Naval Postgraduate School FLUX buoy: data report for the MUSE deployment August - September 2000 Monterey Bay, California
Fredrickson, Paul A.
Davidson, Kenneth L.
Jones, F. Keith
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The Boundary Layer Studies Group (BLSG) of the Department of Meteorology, Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), deployed its 'Flux' buoy in Monterey Bay in July-November 2000 as part of the MUSE collaborative research project. the Flux buoy (FB) is a 2 m diameter disk buoy instrumented with sensors to measure mean environmental parameters, atmospheric turbulence quantities and spectral wave data. This data report provides details of the flux buoy and specific information on the MUSE deployment. The details of the flux buoy MUSE deployment are presented in section 2. The buoy measurements are described in section 3 and the data processing and analysis methods are described in section 4. Finally, the format of the data files is presented in section 5. (from the Introduction)
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