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    EMODnet Physics - SLEV007 - The page presents the distribution of the sea level stations in the PSMSL database and the distribution and temporal extension of the Revised Local Reference - RLR - that is the sea level timeseries (monthly resolution) reduced to a common datum https://www.psmsl.org/data/obtaining/psmsl.hel. The longer the timeseries the bigger the indicator. The product is based on PSMSL aggregated dataset. Data Retrived 30/06/2020 from http://www.psmsl.org/data/obtaining. Solid dots indicate in situ stations. The indicator dimension and colors change according the selected layer. The product includes three layers that are providing the users with information about the length, completeness and when the last data is dated back.

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    EMODnet Physics - EINR_001 - This map presents information about the impulsive noise events. These data are collected at national level and contribute to the Sea Regional Convention events registry. OSPAR (North East Atlantic), HELCOM(Baltic Sea) are organized by ICES and made availbel to EMODnet Physics. Barcelona Convention (Mediterranean) registry is under discussion together with the Agreement on the Conservation of Cetaceans of the Black Sea, MediterraneanSea and contiguous Atlantic area (ACCOBAMS) which currently are providing EMODnet Physics with a demonstrator of their registry.

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    EMODnet Physics - WIND_001. The page integrates global winds at sea level ground and in situ data. The product provides the user with data for latest 60 days from GFS (nowcast) and in situ platforms. Wind velocity is presente in false-color, solid arrows indicate in situ platforms. By clicking a given position, a popup shows lates available data, if there is a platform available, the user can also access and plot latest in situ data.

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    EMODnet Physics - SLEV_001 - The page presents Relative Sea Level Trends since 1900. The product is based on PSMSL aggregated dataset. Data Retrived 30/04/2019 from http://www.psmsl.org/data/obtaining

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    EMODnet Physics - SLEV_005 - using EMODnet Physics available PSMSL RLR monthly data, we discuss sea level trends calculated over 3 recent baseline periods, i.e. 2000-2019, 2005-2019, 2010-2019.

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    EMODnet Physics - SLEV_004 - The page presents the relative sea level rise versus a recent baseline. It is based on PSMSL RLR monthly data - baseline periods, i.e. 2000-2019, 2005-2019, 2010-2019.

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    EMODnet Physics - EINR_003 - This product presents the Value Codes of the impulsive noise events within the cell-grid. The product applies a common grid (10' latitude x 20' longitude) to harmonize the Regional Conventions events DBs. These data are collected at national level and contribute to the Sea Regional Convention events registry. OSPAR (North East Atlantic), HELCOM(Baltic Sea) are organized by ICES and made availbel to EMODnet Physics. Barcelona Convention (Mediterranean) registry is under discussion together with the Agreement on the Conservation of Cetaceans of the Black Sea, MediterraneanSea and contiguous Atlantic area (ACCOBAMS) which currently are providing EMODnet Physics with a demonstrator of their registry.

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    EMODnet Physics - WAVE_001. The page integrates global waves and in situ data. The product provides the user data for latest 60 days in situ platforms superimposed with the nowcast data. Wave intensity is presented in false-color, solid dots indicate in situ platforms. By clicking a given position, a popup shows latest available data, if there is a platform available, the user can also access and plot latest in situ data.

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    EMODnet Physics - SLEV_003 - the product Anomalies from the Relative Sea Level data. It is based on PSMSL aggregated dataset. http://www.psmsl.org/data/obtaining

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    EMODnet Physics River PROXY – The product is 1D MOHID model that represent estuaries (i.e. proxy) schematically. The estuary is represented in the model by 10 grid cells in only one direction; 12x3 cells domain including the ocean open boundary and the land limits. In the open boundary, the model receives tides and water properties such as salinity and temperature. The model includes the local tides since the grid open boundary is georeferred and we can use global tidal models to provide realistic tides for each estuary. Tides were imposed using the Finite Element Solution 2014 (FES2014; Carrère et al., 2016) as the global tidal solution. In the land boundary, the model is forced in the innermost cell by river flow and temperature. River salinity values were considered as freshwater (0.01). Atmospheric forcing was not included.