SeaGuard recorded 1014 days of data at Hawaiian deep-water coral site
A SeaGuard instrument deployed at a deep-water coral site off the westernmost point of the Big Island of Hawaii recorded nearly 3 years of high quality current and suspended particles information at a 20-minute interval using its internal batteries.
The Hawaiian Archipelago is home to the largest coral reef habitats in the USA. The spectacular shallow water coral reefs are known to many, but further down in deeper waters thrives a less known and less studied coral world... Continue Reading...
<< Back to News page