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Operational Support

AOML has worked under the auspices of the NOAA Diving Program and numerous academic, government and other institutional organizations to develop an innovative approach to the installation of temporary, yet extremely robust, dynamic pylons for purposes of in situ monitoring of environmental conditions that influence coral reef ecoystems. These instrumented arrays, called Coral Reef Early Warning System (CREWS) stations, have been deployed in the Caribbean and, as of August 2011, in Saipan.

Field Operations are also supported for the Coastal Oceanography program and other AOML field operations.

Key field support personnel include Mike Jankulak (data logger programming, instrument installation, systems administrator), Mike Shoemaker (Electronics Technician), Rachel Kotkowski (NOAA Corps), Joe Bishop (Captain), Cheryl Brown, and Jack Stamates.


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