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As Harvey’s huge rains flow towards fragile coral reefs, this surfing robot is tracking water data

As Harvey’s huge rains flow towards fragile coral reefs, this surfing robot is tracking water data

While you read this, an unmanned Wave Glider surface vehicle is riding swells alone in the Gulf of Mexico, collecting critically needed post-Hurricane Harvey water quality data. 

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Texas’ eyes and ears in the Gulf of Mexico: state-funded buoy system streamed real-time Harvey data to shore

Texas’ eyes and ears in the Gulf of Mexico: state-funded buoy system streamed real-time Harvey data to shore

When a hurricane is rolling towards land, accurate real-time data can be a matter of life and death.

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This Texas A&M crew weathered Hurricane Harvey at sea

This Texas A&M crew weathered Hurricane Harvey at sea

On Monday Aug. 21, as the sky dimmed in Texas and the whole country paused to watch a solar eclipse, a crew of buoy technicians from Texas A&M University embarked out of Port Arthur on a routine cruise into the Gulf of Mexico to repair and replace data-collection buoys.

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