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China News Service, Qingdao, January 16 (Reporter Hu Yaojie) The Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences announced on the 16th that China’s first super-large three-anchor buoy integrated observation platform with long-term, fixed-point and intelligent profile observation functions (referred to as ” The “Three Anchor Platform”) was successfully deployed in the East China Sea and officially joined the observation array of the East China Sea Ocean Observation and Research Station of the Chinese Academy of Sciences Offshore Ocean Observation and Research Network. The operation of this facility puts an end to the history of the lack of long-term, fixed-point, and real-time profile water observation facilities in the offshore waters of China, enhances the network observation capabilities of the East China Sea Station, and increases the richness of observation parameters, which will provide more powerful marine scientific research. The supporting role.
China News Service, Beijing, December 1. The Institute of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, Chinese Academy of Sciences announced on December 1 that after more than 20 years of hard work, researcher Ma Yaoming from the Institute of Geo-Atmosphere and Climate Effects, the latest research and integration of the first set of high time resolution The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau land-atmosphere interaction long-term comprehensive observation data set has recently been released to the world, and related research results have also been published in the international journal Earth System Science Data.