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Hong Kong media: the first batch of 8 domestic Chinese buoy deployment in the South China Sea docking Beidou – Sohu military channel page first: the first batch of 8 China buoy deployment in the South China Sea [Abstract] Hong Kong media said, Chinese has set up the first batch of 8 domestic buoys in South Chinese heib, as part of an international observation network, which will enhance the Chinese of this dispute the waters of scientific understanding. China Argo scientists said, Argo plans to float every 5 days will automatically dive to 2000 meters deep ocean data collection, these data will be transmitted to the Beidou navigation satellite China in return water buoy. According to Hongkong’s "South China Morning Post" website reported on October 13th, in charge of the project’s scientists said that Beijing plans to early next year to maintain about 20 buoys in the South China sea, which will make the civilian and military users are able to use their own satellite monitoring system Chinese deep to the surface to 2000 meters below the ocean environment. Data figure: July 18, 2016, "Zhang Jian", the team put Argo buoy in the South China Sea cloth. Reference News Network reported on October 14th: Hong Kong media said, Chinese has set up the first batch of 8 domestic buoys in South Chinese heib, as part of an international observation network. Analysts say it will boost China’s scientific understanding of the disputed waters. According to Hongkong’s "South China Morning Post" website reported on October 13th, in charge of the project’s scientists said that Beijing plans to early next year to maintain about 20 buoys in the South China sea, which will make the civilian and military users are able to use their own satellite monitoring system Chinese deep to the surface to 2000 meters below the ocean environment. All of these Chinese buoys are part of the international Argo program. The international Argo program is a global observation program involving dozens of countries and regions that monitor about 4000 buoys scattered around the world’s oceans. The relevant information is shared by all countries and regions involved in the program. The height of about 2 meters and weighing about 30 kilograms of the cylindrical buoy is usually about 1000 meters below the surface of the water drift, but regularly dive to depths, then float to the surface. In this process, they will always record the data, such as water temperature, salinity, oxygen concentration and current situation for ocean and climate research. Extended reading: Chinese like UFO in the waters of the Diaoyu Islands laid a large shape (Figure) buoy instrument transformation a large mountain buoy " FZF4-1" South Sea Chinese guarding the second page: data will be transmitted to the Beidou satellite according to the Chinese Argo official website saying, these data can also be used to help predict the typhoon, also contribute to fisheries and transport activity. China Argo scientists said, Argo plans to float every 5 days will automatically dive to 2000 meters deep ocean data collection, these data will be transmitted to the Beidou navigation satellite China in return water buoy. Data figure: Chinese Navy auxiliary ship put buoy. According to the official website of China’s Argo program, the data can also be used to help predict typhoons, but also contribute to fisheries and transport activities. China Arg.相关的主题文章: