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The end of the rope was carefully lashed to it; and, left solely to the rise and fall of the billows, the buoy would not sensibly deviate from the spot.
As fast as we hooked a net the two ends of it, buoy and boat, came together as they dragged out astern; and so many buoys and boats, coming together at such breakneck speed, kept the fishermen on the jump to avoid smashing into one another.
He fastened the straps for her, then, with the pistol belt, buckled himself across one shoulder to the outside of the buoy.
For half an hour they maintained silence, Duncan, his head resting on the arm that was on the buoy, seemed asleep.
Thailand has also had a plan to put deep-sea buoys in the Andaman Sea to detect undersea earthquakes and tidal waves, but it has not been materialized, Smith said.
50pm that eagle-eyed RAF officers using a thermal imaging camera from the emergency helicopter spotted him on the Breaksea light buoy three-and-a-half miles out to sea.
SAIC will provide engineering, operational, logistical and information technology support to operate and maintain the Marine Observation Network, NOAA's focal point for coastal data buoy and associated meteorological and environmental monitoring.
The ocean buoy has specialized, optical radiation instruments that measure both the incident solar flux and the water-leaving radiance at sea level and at depths of 1 m, 5 m, 9 m, and 12 m.
From below, the buoy measures water temperature, clarity, mineral content, dissolved gases, pH and chlorophyll.
Mr Buoy admitted he was so drunk at the housewarming party in Cambridge that he couldn't remember what had happened.
The company is driven by work done for the Coast Guard on a national buoy program," Slate explains.
Almost all of the buoys around Middlesbrough's Hudson Quay, near the Riverside Stadium, were tampered with on Sunday, with several thrown into the water.