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.
The basic configuration of the IOEB consists of a surface apex and 110 m of suspended mooring instrumentation.</p.
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.