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Stennis Space Center Salinity Drifter Project. A Collaborative Project with Hancock High School, Kiln, MSPresentation topics include: importance of salinity of coastal waters, habitat switching algorithm, habitat switching module, salinity estimates from Landsat for Sabine Calcasieu Basin, percent of time inundated in 2006, salinity data, prototyping the system, system as packaged for field tests, salinity probe and casing, opening for water flow, cellular antenna used to transmit data, preparing to launch, system is launched in the Pearl River at Stennis Space Center, data are transmitted to Twitter by cell phone modem every 15 minutes, Google spreadsheet I used to import the data from the Twitter feed and to compute salinity (from conductivity) and display charts of salinity and temperature, results are uploaded to NASA's Applied Science and Technology Project Office Webpage.
Document ID
20110008620
Document Type
Presentation
Authors
Kalcic, Maria (Computer Sciences Corp. MS, United States)
Turowski, Mark (Jacobs Technology Stennis Space Center, MS, United States)
Hall, Callie (NASA Stennis Space Center Stennis Space Center, MS, United States)
Date Acquired
August 25, 2013
Publication Date
December 22, 2010
Subject Category
Environment Pollution
Report/Patent Number
SSTI-2220-0216
Funding Number(s)
TASK: NNS04AB67T
CONTRACT_GRANT: NNS10AA35C
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Public Use Permitted.

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