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The base station for the sensor network is located on water tank tower at the Orpheus Island Research Station run by the University of Sydney.

The base station collects data from the outlying sensor stations (RP1-RP3) within the lagoon of One Tree Island as well as having a LiCor 192 PAR sensor.

The base station consists of a Campbell Scientific CR1000 logger that talks back to the mainland via a 5m mast located on the top of the tower and a Cybertec nextG modem, and to the rest of the equipment in the lagoon via a 900 MHz spread-spectrum Campbell RF411 radio.

The station is powered off the research station power supply but has its own solar panel and battery supply in case of power outages.

Notes

The base station collects and syncronises data with the three monitoring stations (RP1 to RP3) within the lagoon of One Tree Reef and sends the data back to the mainland via a Telstra nextG connection. The station also has a light (PAR) sensor and potentially can have other sensors connected.
Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS)
Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS). IMOS is a national collaborative research infrastructure, supported by the Australian Government.
Queensland Department of State Development
Tropical Marine Network (TMN)
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Created: 03 2010

Data time period: 03 2010

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152.0915,-23.507

152.0915,-23.507

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