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Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!

 
BringOnTheDoom
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Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
What does this mean?! Too close together to be a coincidence.


[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
Tsunami buoys go into event mode when the sensor detects a faster moving seismic wave moving through the sea floor. At this point it begins to report information every minute for four hours. If no more seismic events are recorded in those four hours the buoy returns to standard mode. In standard mode it records data every 15 minutes.
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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
Tsunami buoys go into event mode when the sensor detects a faster moving seismic wave moving through the sea floor. At this point it begins to report information every minute for four hours. If no more seismic events are recorded in those four hours the buoy returns to standard mode. In standard mode it records data every 15 minutes.
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Wow!

Awesome response, thank you!
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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
You are welcome. A few weeks ago someone was in here talking about the buoys so I looked up some info about them. hf
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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
Tsunami buoys go into event mode when the sensor detects a faster moving seismic wave moving through the sea floor. At this point it begins to report information every minute for four hours. If no more seismic events are recorded in those four hours the buoy returns to standard mode. In standard mode it records data every 15 minutes.
 Quoting: Nostalgic Rain


I did not know that. Thanks for the info!

hf


How large of a seismic wave are we looking at, then?! :o
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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
reports coming in on twitter say that Michel Moore has falling overboard on an Asian cruise.
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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
bumpbump
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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
Tsunami station in event mode
(within previous 24 hours)!

6.9 this MORNING!
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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
Why do Americans call buoys "boo-ees", when the rest of the world pronounces them buoys (phonetically, 'boys')?
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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
Why do Americans call buoys "boo-ees", when the rest of the world pronounces them buoys (phonetically, 'boys')?
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Because then my thread would be about young, male children. That's just not how I roll, man.
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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
Just went back and looked and they are still in event mode. It has been almost 3 hours and according to the info I read they don't stay in event mode unless there is activity happening.

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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
By the way I went back and found the link where I got my info, in case anyone wanted to read for themselves.
[link to www.bom.gov.au]
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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
This is exciting! I just bought deep snorkels.
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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
Why do Americans call buoys "boo-ees", when the rest of the world pronounces them buoys (phonetically, 'boys')?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12541857


Just the accent.
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Re: Four buoys off coast of Asia all in event mode!!
Now it's only down to one, buoy 52402.

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