Copernicus Marine In Situ TAC

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Thanks to a fruitful collaboration between OceanOps and the EuroGOOS High Frequency Radar Node, WMO codes were allocated for HFR stations. The codes are now reported in each datafile in…

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On 2024-01-29, data from the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) data portal have been added to the following Copernicus Marine Service products : INSITU_GLO_PHYBGCWAV_DISCRETE_MYNRT_013_030INSITU_ARC_PHYBGCWAV_DISCRETE_MYNRT_013_031INSITU_BAL_PHYBGCWAV_DISCRETE_MYNRT_013_032INSITU_IBI_PHYBGCWAV_DISCRETE_MYNRT_013_033INSITU_MED_PHYBGCWAV_DISCRETE_MYNRT_013_035INSITU_NWS_PHYBGCWAV_DISCRETE_MYNRT_013_036 The data…

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The International Arctic Buoy Programme (IABP), a network of drifting buoys in the Arctic and Antarctic Oceans has been provided meteorological and oceanographic data for more than 20 years. This…

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Nutrients are building blocks at the bottom of the food chain and determine the productivity of marine ecosystems. The Nordic and Barents seas is a highly productive region that hosts…

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In operation since 2002, CEFAS WaveNet collects and processes data from the Cefas-operated Datawell Directional Waverider buoys, tethered at strategic locations around the UK coastline. Currently, the network comprises a…

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In Situ TAC changes its file format from November 29th. From this date and during 2 months, the old format will be available to ensure a smooth transition to our users.

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Discover more about three HFR networks installed in Norway, Spain and South Africa, an online outage reporting tool for HFR (HOORT), joint research initiatives and contributions to conferences and workshops. You will also be able to find current and upcoming funding opportunities for your research, jobs and fellowships, and upcoming events. Enjoy reading!

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Thanks to EuroSea collaboration framework between Marine Institute, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), AVRAMAR, Mowi Ireland (formerly Marine Harvest) and Xylem / Aanderaa Data Instruments, two ,MOTUS wave buoys have…

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It has been organized the Copernicus Marine Service Online Training Workshop dedicated to the Iberia-Biscay-Ireland Region on February 27th and 28th and March 22th. The sessions have been designed to…

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The Copernicus Marine Service has launched its new Sea Level Reprocessed product based on in situ coastal observations. These data are measured by tide gauges operated by national providers and aggregated through the…

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