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Persistent Remote Sensing

Water quality sampling throughout many watersheds is performed in a variety of methods, and often is not continuous. Data currently collected represents point sampling, which does not allow for complete monitoring. Even data that has been collected at 15-minute intervals is typically collected over short time periods or in a limited number of locations, yielding small data sets. By sampling at 15-minute intervals on a 24/7 basis we expect to be able to capture the impact of fleeting events, such as rain deluges or moving turbidity plumes, and define effects of cyclical variations. 

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Marine Science Foundation (MSF) is conducting a 10-year Persistent Water Quality Monitoring Research Project in the Palm Beach County, FL area.
Multi-phased project:
  • Sensor Development & Deployment
  • Data Ingestion & Engineering
  • Large-scale Data Analytics
  • Advanced Analytics using Machine Learning & Data Mining


MSF Conducts Artificial & Natural Reef Surveillance Diving.

With a Full-time Resident Dive Locker, MSF Conducts Mixed Gas, Closed/Open Circuit Diving Operations to Support Scientific Monitoring  Projects.

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