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New High Frequency Radar Improves Ocean Surface Current Measure

Newly deployed SeaSondes in lower Florida Keys measure surface currents in the Straits of Florida, aimed to help increase understanding of the Gulf of Mexico’s powerful and dynamic loop current.  This network includes SeaSondes outfitted with the recently developed 5.26 MHz combined transmit-receive antenna design, having the smallest equipment footprint for any long-range oceanographic HF system. 

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