Improved meteorological measurements from buoys and ships (IMET) : preliminary analysis of solar radiation and motion data from IMET test buoy
Crescenti, Gennaro H.
Weller, Robert A.
Hosom, David S.
Prada, Kenneth E.
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Data are analyzed from a test buoy equipped with a motion sensor (Hippy) and two different pyranometers in order to understand and quantify motion induced errors in meteorological data. The Hippy measures pitch, roll, heave and acceleration of the buoy. Probability density functions and spectra of buoy motion and insolation are constructed and discussed.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Crescenti, Gennaro H., Weller, Robert A., Hosom, David S., Prada, Kenneth E., "Improved meteorological measurements from buoys and ships (IMET) : preliminary analysis of solar radiation and motion data from IMET test buoy", 1989-10, DOI:10.1575/1912/6443, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/6443
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