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Paper presented at the The Twenty-second International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, June 17–22, 2012
Paper Number: ISOPE-I-12-383
... buoys (hereinafter, GB) that are moored at a spot of 100–400 m in water depth and 10–20 km off the coast and measure the water level every second using real-time kinematic GPS technology; seabed wave gauges (WG) that measure the water level using the water pressure and ultrasonic waves every 0.5 s...
Paper presented at the The Twenty-first International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, June 19–24, 2011
Paper Number: ISOPE-I-11-349
... than 50 min. Due to the coastal bathymetry, the tsunami components of longer than 30 min were amplified from the GPS buoy sites to their nearby seabed wave gauge sites at 30–50 m in water depth and then the shorter components of 10–20 min were significantly amplified to the coastal tide gauge sites...
Paper presented at the The Eighteenth International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, July 6–11, 2008
Paper Number: ISOPE-I-08-240
... shallower seabed wave gauges, accentuating the importance of deep-sea wave observation to estimate offshore wave characteristics. INTRODUCTION Two sets of the GPS buoy system were installed off the Northern Pacific Coast of Japan, one in March and the other in April 2007 by the Ports and Airports...
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