Tas, the next buoy in line from that one...probably the most important one is sitting on a dock someplace waiting to be reconnected to its mooring line sometime in April 2006.(thanks Katrina!) So enjoy what you're seeing because the next buoy readings you're gonna see are at the mouths of rivers/ports.
It seems like any station thats on an oil platform is completely nonfunctional. Dunno if thats post Katrina or just bastard oil companies who don't service scientific gear.
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