The Ice-Ocean Environmental Buoy (IOEB) is to acquire air, ice and upper ocean observations in the Arctic pack-ice.
LEADEX ice camp
One IOEB was deployed from the LEADEX ice camp in the spring of 1992, approximately 150 miles north of Deadhorse, Alaska.
About the Ice-Ocean Environmental Buoy
The Ice-Ocean Environmental Buoy (IOEB) was developed at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution with support from the U.S. Office of Naval Research and by the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology to acquire air, ice, and upper ocean observations in the Arctic pack-ice in the 1990s.