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EMODnet Physics – RFVL_001 - The page presents the sea surface currents field are recorded by High Frequency Radars. HFR is a unique technology mapping the speed and direction of ocean surface currents in near real time (along with other variables) over wide areas with high spatial and temporal resolution. Currents in the ocean are equivalent to winds in the atmosphere because they move things from one location to another. These currents carry nutrients as well pollutants, so it is important to know the currents for ecological and economic reasons. The page integrates the European HFR node product (see also http://eurogoos.eu/high-frequency-radar-task-team/) with international sources of HFR data (Global HFR network).
This product displays the fixed stations and transects to assess continuous noise. Data are collected from ICES DB (https://www.ices.dk/data/data-portals/Pages/Continuous-Noise.aspx), the JOMOPANS (https://jomopansgestool.au.dk/en/about) project and QUIETSEA (https://quietseas.eu/).
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EMODnet Physics - TEMP_002 - Near real-time temperature of the water column from multi-platform observations. The product presents the latest 7, 60 days and 12 months of measurements from fixed and moving platforms.
Global mapped climatologies of temperature using the Data Interpolating Variational Analysis (DIVA) mapping method. This product covers all ocean basins over the years 1972 to 2013, and provides vertically interpolated data onto 33 standard depth surfaces, and gridded by bin averaging in each 1° × 1° grid cell. This product is based on the GLODAP (Global Ocean Data Analysis Project) dataset v2.2016b, built with surface-to-bottom ocean biogeochemical bottle data
EMODnet Physics - PSAL_007 - Collection of the salinity profiles collected by animal bourn instrumentation. The marine mammal data were collected and made freely available by the International MEOP Consortium and the national programs that contribute to it (http://www.meop.net)
EMODnet Physics collection of in situ data (time-series, profiles and datasets) as recorded by platforms (tide gauge, river stations, CTDs, etc.). The product offers near real time and delayed mode data. It integrates data from major marine and oceanographic initiatives and data repositories (EuroGOOS ROOS, CMS INSTAC, SeaDataNet NODCs, ICES, PANGAEA, etc.)
EMODnet Physics - TSM_BalticSea - Concentration of total suspended matter (conc_tsm, mg/l) is a product of the Coastcolour L2W Concentrations Data, obtained from the OC4 algorithm for clear and moderate turbid waters, and from the CoastColour v1 neural network.The L2W product was then remapped on a regular grid, maintaining the 300 m full resolution, in order to obtain L3 products over the Baltic Sea and monthly averaged. Developed by EMODnet Physics.
EMODnet Physics - PSAL_002 - near real time salinity in the water column from multi platforms observations. The product presents the latest 7, 60 days and 12 months of measurements from fixed and moving platforms.
In Situ Relative Sea Level Trends. Trend is presented by means of false color arrows. This product (developed for EMODnet Physics) uses the Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL) data bank on sea level data from the global network of tide gauges since 1900. The trend is available for stations with at least 30 years of measurements.