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griddap Subset tabledap Make A Graph wms files Title Summary FGDC ISO 19115 Info Background Info RSS Email Institution Dataset ID TimeSeries - R4.x260.204.0003 - 2015-buoy-rmyoung - 30.04N, 88.65W - 2015-04-03 Meteorological and Oceanographic data collected by the CenGOOS Buoy, 2015. This datasets will contain data collected by the Central Gulf Ocean Observing System (CenGoos) buoy in 2015. This buoy is moored south of Horn Island in 20 m of water at 30.0424 ?N and 88.6473?W. The buoy collects both meteorological and oceanographic data including air temperature, relative humidity, wind speed and direction, barometric pressure, sea surface temperature and salinity, current speed and direction, current profiles, and significant wave height and period. This dataset is related to GRIIDC dataset R4.x260.204:0013 which will contain data from the CenGOOS buoy collected in 2016, and GRIIDC dataset R4.x260.204:0014 which will contain data from the CenGOOS buoy collected in 2017. All datasets are archived by USM. The meteorological and near-sea surface temperature, salinity, and waves data are also served through National Data Buoy Center (NDBC) (identified as Station 42067) and archived by that organization. The datasets will be bundled by year and archived at GRIID-C.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntimeSeries (2015-buoy-rmyoung)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Depth of instrument below the buoy waterline, m)\nheight (Height above sea surface, m)\nheading (Compass direction, degree)\nwind_direction (degree)\nwind_speed (m s-1)\ngust_direction (degree)\ngust_speed (m s-1)\ncorrected_wind_direction (degree)\ncorrected_gust_direction (degree)\nplatform\ninstrument (ADCP)\ninstrument1 (CTD)\ninstrument2 (Anenometer)\n... (4 more variables)\n (external link) UNKNOWN R4_x260_204_0003_2015_buoy_rmyoung TimeSeries - R4.x265.000.0015 - CO-OPS_8723214_from_20150723_to_20150723_met - 25.73N, 80.16W - 2015-07-23 Lagrangian Submesoscale Experiment (LASER) drifter calibration. The LASER drifter is a new surface drifter that is compact, cost-effective, and biodegradable. It accurately follows the current over the upper 0.60m, with very limited influence of the wind or waves. A series of experiments was carried out in the ASIST wind-wave flume to evaluate the water following capabilities of the drifter in the presence of strong winds and waves. The trajectories of the CODE drifter and the LASER drifter were compared during short deployments in the ocean. This dataset contains the drifter's velocity measured in the tank under different current, wind and waves conditions. It also contains the trajectories of the drifters in the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntimeSeries (CO-OPS_8723214_from_20150723_to_20150723_met)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\naltitude (altitude above mean sea level, m)\nair_pressure (hPa)\nair_temperature (Air Temperature), degree_Celsius)\nwind_direction (Wind Direction from in degrees clockwise from true N, degree)\nwind_speed (m s-1)\naverage_wind_direction (Wind Direction from in degrees clockwise from true N, degree)\ngust_speed (m s-1)\nplatform\ninstrument (CODE drifter)\ninstrument1 (LASER drifter)\ncrs\n (external link) University of Miami / Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science R4_x265_000_0015_CO_OPS_8723214_from_20150723_to_20150723_met Trajectory - R4.x265.237.0005 - bow_data_10 - -86.19N, 27.84W - 2016-01-19 Along-track measurements made on board the R/V Walton Smith as part of the LASER experiment during January-February 2016 in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Data includes meteorological flux measurements made from twin masts mounted on the bow of the R/V Walton Smith, water surface elevation measurements made from an array of Ultrasonic Distance Meters, and standard ship-board data provided from the R/V Walton Smith UDAS. The meteorological masts were mounted on the starboard and port prows on the bow of the R/V Walton Smith (a SWATH vessel). Each mast was equipped with a vertical profile of anemometers. The port tower is #1 and the starboard tower is #2. The anemometers are coded from bottom to top of the profile 1-3. The 1 and 2 anemometers on both towers were RM Young 3D sonic anemometers. The 3 anemometers on each tower were Campbell Scientific IRGASONs. The UDMs were arranged with one sensor on each prow, and then 3 sensors arranged in a triplet configuration on a centerline truss mounted in between the two prows and extending ~1 m forward of the furthest edge of the prows. 6-degree vessel motion was acquired from a motion pack fastened to a bench in the R/V Walton Smith scientific lab. A Global Positioning System (GPS) and magnetometer (1 Hz) were also deployed and used for all of the data processing. All systems were synced using a local NTP server.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory (Bow Data 10)\ntime (Numerical GMT time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nspeed_over_ground_north (northward speed over ground speed [knots], m s-1)\nspeed_over_ground_east (eastward speed over ground speed [knots], m s-1)\nheading (platform heading, degree)\nbowFreeboard (Height from water line to Main ship deck at bow, m)\nair_temperature (degree_Celsius)\nrelative_humidity (relative Humidity [%], percent)\nair_pressure (mbar)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_Celsius)\nheading_1_1 (Heading rel. to Wind Direction Flag, degree)\n... (108 more variables)\n (external link) UNKNOWN R4_x265_237_0005_bow_data_10

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