PhOG, School of Marine Science, University of Maine Mooring VI201: Download
Physical Oceanography Group
School of Marine Sciences
University of Maine

Available Data for Buoy Location VI2

Instrument Description Geophysical Parameters
diagnostics Diagnostic measurements concerning buoy health
GPS Latitude
GPS Longitude
doppler Accoustic Doppler Current Profiler
Current Direction
Current Speed
East Current Velocity
North Current Velocity
met Surface meteorological observations
Air Temperature
Barometric Pressure
Relative Humidity
Wind Direction
Wind Gust
Wind Speed
waves Wave information
Dominant Wave Period
Maximum Wave Height
Mean Wave Direction Spread
Mean Wave Height
Significant Wave Height
wqm Water Quality Meter
Average Chlorophyll Concentration
Dissolved Oxygen
Water Temperature
Sea water Turbidity

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