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2011 IEEE/OES 10th Current, Waves and Turbulence Measurements (CWTM)
Personal knowledge of the author stretches from the Geodyne 850 current meter, predecessor of the VACM in 1969 to his own development of MAVS and its recent innovations. Housings, recording media, velocity sensors, and compasses have changed most noticeably. Applications of current measurements are next most striking about the developments in our field over the last 40 years. Where and how current meters are deployed have migrated from ship lowered or fixed moorings to bottom tripods, profilersdoi:10.1109/cwtm.2011.5759515 fatcat:adnogif24zejjmuk6x7iavzlva