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Water current meter installed at Picnic Rocks
MARQUETTE — Marquette city crews installed underwater current monitoring equipment in the channel between shore and Picnic Rocks on Monday. Members of the Marquette City Police Department's dive team helped lower the current meter, which will measure the velocity and direction of water currents using Doppler sonar, to the bottom of the lake. It was placed in 15 to 20 feet of water, about 150 feet away from Picnic Rocks and held down with three 50-pound weights. It is powered by a solar panel and a rechargeable battery and will send out data every 15 minutes. Dave Guenther, a meteorologist who recently retired from the National Weather Service, said the NWS will use data gathered from the meter and corresponding weather readings from the U.S. Coast Guard and locations at Northern Michigan University's campus and K.I. Sawyer to try to establish weather patterns that may correlate with strong current. He said there's no other meter like it on the Great Lakes being used to measure channel currents.
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WPT University Place - Wisconsin Agriculture: A History
Jerry Apps, Author, "Wisconsin Agriculture: A History," explores the interconnection of landscape, weather, settlement patterns, governmental regulations, policies, research and education depict the history of agriculture in Wisconsin. Explore the full archive of WPT's University Place lectures online at http://wpt.org/universityplace .

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