Since 2011, two high-frequency radar stations have been built by SCSIO at Bohe, Maoming (21.44[degrees]N, 111.39[degrees]E), and Zhanjiang (20.88[degrees]N, 110.12[degrees]E), Guangdong Province.
Besides the cruises and stations mentioned in the section titled "Establishment and development of the observation network," the SCSIO has also been an active participant in, or coorganized, several cruises conducted by other institutes.
For example, the radar station at Maoming, established by the SCSIO, was built inside the MMSEB.
With the various multi-institution collaborations that took place during 2004-13, the observation network has archived data from seven buoys, three stations, and three platforms, as well as a total of 30 cruises in the SCS, including 10 SCSIO open cruises in the northern SCS, 4 Xisha cruises, 5 southern SCS cruises, 4 NSFC open cruises, and 7 other cruises (Tables 1 and 2; Fig.
ADCP and CTD data during the 2005 SCSIO open cruise confirmed the deflection.
Topography-induced upwelling was also observed in the northern SCS using observations from four SCSIO open cruises when the upwelling-favoring wind retreated (Wang et al.
In August 2007, three anticyclonic eddies moved across E4-1 during the observational period of that year's SCSIO open cruise.
Using observations from the SCSIO open cruises, Qiu et al.
Based on GPS sounding data from the SCSIO open cruises, Shi et al.