After the successful INSTANT Program in 2003-2006, all moorings in the Indonesian Seas have been recovered. Only single mooring in the Makassar Strait that has been redeployed up to now. The first turn around recovery and redeployement was carried out in July 2009 and was recovered in August 2011. Mooring was redeployed in August 2013. Research Supported by NSF and then NOAA
Figure 1. Map of Indonesian throughflow pathways. Makassar Strait mooring location (red arrow). Other on-going field measurements are at Karimata and Sunda Straits (red boxes). See SITE:Karimata and Sunda Strait.
Figure 2. Figure 2. Mooring configuration in the Makassar Strait.