A National Science Foundation sponsored research project on cross-shelf transport in a wind-driven system.



More information:


COAS research note

Physical oceanography

Newport weather links

Hatfield Marine Science Center

College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences

Oregon State University

Heads Up! COAST buoy locations (updated 12 Jan 2003):
  • 45 deg. 0.257' N, 124 deg. 12.704' W (71 fm)
  • 45 deg. 0.250' N, 124 deg. 8.665' W (52 fm)
  • 45 deg. 0.240' N, 124 deg. 9.620' W (52 fm)
  • 45 deg. 0.248' N, 124 deg. 4.097' W (27 fm)
  • 44 deg. 38.621' N, 124 deg. 18.380' W (44 fm)

COAST Jan-Feb 2003 Experiment Updates:

  • 14 Jan 2003 - COAST buoys successfully deployed, see locations above
    
  • 2 Jan 2003 - COAST scientists continue to prepare for the
    wintertime experiment by constructing moored buoy gear, testing
    towed measurement systems and assembling gear for shipping and
    loading on the research vessels.