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NDBC to recover grounded Edgecumbe buoy

SITKA, ALASKA The National Data Buoy Center is making plans to recover the Cape Edgecumbe weather buoy. The buoy went adrift in December gales, and has gone ashore in the northern gulf, near Kayak Island — 350 miles off station.
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