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The former uses drifting objects such as buoys or dyes. Although seemingly primitive, modern drifting buoys may use the global positioning system (GPS) for position updates and may employ satellite communication for data transfer providing exceptional data. Subsurface buoys may be tracked acoustically and fluorescent dye plumes may be detected at low concentration at great distance. Euler methods consist of dynamic and static sensors; for example, rotating vane devices such as the propeller and Savonius rotor, or static devices like the pressure plate, arrested rotor, and pitot tube.

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