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You can attend a CG bouy tender skimming demonstration
And that the young couple was there to bouy my spirits a bit afterwards.
It would seem like an ideal location to deploy such a system, as the Linear bouy generator described here.
I think that was just a way to say, ‘get rid of Murphy’ and to bouy up some of his business.
Some of us latch onto a bouy in the ocean, and hang onto it so as not to drown.
I checked the data bouy closest to Humberto very close by the way and the max winds had been in the 20 to 22 knot range.
I do both ocean and bouy, although I now live in Bozeman, Montana, where large bodies of water and fleets of boats are scarce.
If readjustments were made based on land, sea, bouy or air recon info, then it is warranted; otherwise, the person is guessing.
I am trying to understand how to access historical data beginning Jan 1, 2007 thru Dec 31, 2008 on wave heights on a day by day basis for the NOAA bouy located near Corpus Christi, Tx.
The submerged bouy system eliminates the need for liquid natural gas ships to enter American ports or facilities near major population centres.
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