Publications using SEAKEYS monitoring station data
F.Kelmo at plymouth.ac.uk
Mon Jan 31 17:38:15 EST 2000
I am afraid to ask this (I might be sounding arrongant and/or/even
pretentiuos), but: Are you sure that this system works?
How a delicated, complicated and little understood ecosystem can be
monitored in this way?
Many thanks for your comments, Frank.
> Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 21:28:41 GMT
> From: Sandra Vargo <svargo at seas.marine.usf.edu>
> To: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
> Cc: Deborah Haynes <dhaynes at seas.marine.usf.edu>,
> ogden <jogden at seas.marine.usf.edu>,
> milliken <milliken at seas.marine.usf.edu>
> Subject: Publications using SEAKEYS monitoring station data
> Reply-to: Sandra Vargo <svargo at seas.marine.usf.edu>
> The SEAKEYS network is a series of 7 automated environmental monitoring
> stations located along the Florida Reef Tract and in Florida Bay. The
> data is transmitted by satellite and can be viewed on bulletin boards
> maintained by NOAA/AOML and Dept. of Marine Science/University of South
> Florida. The URLs are http://www.coral.noaa.gov/cman and
> http://comps.marine.usf.edu. This network is supported by grant funds. We
> need your help in compiling a list of users of the SEAKEYS data and any
> publications which may have resulted. Please e-mail or send by mail a
> list of your publications which may utilize this data to Deborah Haynes
> (dhaynes at marine.usf.edu), Fax 727/553-1109, and mailing address FIO, 830
> First Street S., St. Petersburg, FL 33712.
> Thanks for your help.
> Sandy Vargo
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