The Indian Island shore station is maintained by the Wiyot Tribe’s Natural Resources Department who share the data with Humboldt State University and CeNCOOS. The station has been operational since 2004 and consists of subsurface sensors mounted rigidly to a piling.
The sensors provide near-real-time observations of water salinity, conductivity, temperature, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, pH, depth, and chlorophyll fluorescence. Near real-time data from the sensor became available 2/19/16 and is available in 15 min increments.
For more information or to access archived water quality data since 12/2004 (chlorophyll fluorescence data since 10/2013) visit the Wiyot Tribe’s website.
YSI Sonde 6600v2 outfitted with salinity, temperature, dissolved oxygen, chlorophyll flourescence, turbidity and pH sensors.
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