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IMOS - Deep Water Moorings - Air Sea Flux Station (ASFS) Sub-Facility, Southern Ocean Flux Station (SOFS) Platform

Integrated Marine Observing System
Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS)
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Any users of IMOS data are required to clearly acknowledge the source of the material derived from IMOS in the format: "Data was sourced from Australia’s Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) – IMOS is enabled by the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure strategy (NCRIS)." If relevant, also credit other organisations involved in collection of this particular datastream (as listed in 'credit' in the metadata record).

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Brief description

SOFS is an observing platform in the Sub-Antarctic Zone, approximately 350 nautical miles southwest of Tasmania. It obtains frequent measurements of the surface and deep ocean properties that control the transfer of heat, moisture, energy and CO2 between the atmosphere and the upper ocean to improve understanding of climate and carbon processes. The mooring was first deployed at (46.7S, 142E) in March 2010 and recovered in April 2011. It was re-deployed in November 2011 at (46.8S, 142E) and recovered in July 2012, it was then re-deployed in August 2012 at (-46.7S, 142E) and recovered in January 2013, it was then re-deployed in May 2013 at (-46.8S, 142E) and recovered in October 2013. The mooring was redeployed in March 2015. The SOFS is equiped with two identical ASIMET systems and telemetry to provide real time data to marine observers and researchers.

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Maintenance and Update Frequency: continual

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Credit
Australia’s Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) is enabled by the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS). It is operated by a consortium of institutions as an unincorporated joint venture, with the University of Tasmania as Lead Agent.

Created: 10 03 2009

Modified: 19 01 2012

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141.98687,-46.77187

141.98687,-46.77187

text: westlimit=141.98687; southlimit=-46.77187; eastlimit=141.98687; northlimit=-46.77187

Other Information
Mooring diagram for first deployment (SOFS_year1_v9.pdf)

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