About SEMAT

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MK2 Prototype Buoy

MK3 Prototype Buoy

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Last updated: Mar 8, 2011

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About SEMAT

About the Sensors

The SEMAT project is using Odyssey Data Recorder sensors supplied by Dataflow Systems. Dataflow Systems is a New Zealand-based company that supplies a range of terrestrial and aquatic logging devices. These are referred to as Odyssey logger...

Deployment

Moreton Bay Goes Wireless from

Project Locations

Overview A trial deployment for SEMAT is currently underway in Deception Bay, Queensland. The goal is to collect data on Lyngbya algae outbreaks in an effort to determine the casual factors a...

SEMAT Media

Media for 2011 Scientists to Revolutionise Climate Change Research ABC Midday Report, April 18

SEMAT Mk2 Prototype Buoy

Overview The SEMAT Mk2 prototype buoy is the first of the basic system to be deployed in the field. It was initially developed as a proof of concept to test the SEMAT system’s hardware and software design in the field. These dev...

SEMAT Mk3 Prototype Buoy

Overview The SEMAT Mk3 prototype buoy aims at hardening and refining the design of the Mk2 buoys.  The Mk3 buoys are engineered to be more robust in harsher marine conditions and therefore can be deployed for longer durations.  T...

SEMAT Personnel

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SEMAT real-time data

The SEMAT system is on trial deployment within Heron Island Lagoon on the Great Barrier Reef. Real-time data can now be viewed

SEMAT-Related Publications

Jarrod Trevathan, Ian Atkinson, Wayne Read, Nigel Sim and Chris Christensen, “