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EMODnet Physics - NRT Sea Ice Extend Antarctic Sea - GridSeriesObservation - based on the CMEMS-SEAICE_GLO_SEAICE_L4_NRT_OBSERVATIONS_011_001 - Arctic and Antarctic - Ocean. The OSI SAF delivers three global sea ice products in operational mode: sea ice concentration, sea ice edge, sea ice type (OSI-401 OSI-402 and OSI-403). These products are delivered daily at 10km resolution in a polar stereographic projection covering the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere. It is the Sea Ice operational nominal product for the Global Ocean. In addition, a sea ice drift product is delivered at 60km resolution in a polar stereographic projection covering the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. The sea ice motion vectors have a time-span of 2 days. Developed by SIW-METNO-OSLO-NO
Global relative Sea Level Trends. Trend is presented by means of false color arrows. This product 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 PSMSL database includes approx 2000 stations, however, many stations have historically only been measured for some months or years. The trend is available for stations with at least 30 years of measurements. The product supports the definition of the time range for extracting the trend: viewparams=yearrange:19002015 more info@ https://github.com/EMODnet/EMODnet-Physics-Documentation
World Sea Basins
This product shows the locations of all stations in the PSMSL database (approximately 2000) for which monthly and annual mean sea level information is available. However, many stations have historically only been measured for some months or years. The geographical distribution of longer RLR records contains significant geographical bias towards the Northern Hemisphere (Europe, Japan and USA). Additionally tide gauge records do not cover the same time period
EMODnet Physics DB of the mooring. Global collection. A mooring in oceanography is a collection of devices, connected to a wire and anchored on the sea floor. Since a mooring is stationary at a fixed location, it is also the Eulerian way of measuring ocean currents. The mooring is held up in the water column with various devices recording temperature, salinity, currents, etc.
EMODnet Physics DB of the Tide Gauge . Global collection. Autonomous measuring systems on Tide Gauge allow measurement of standard oceanographic parameters (sea level)
EMODnet Physics - Impulsive Noise events Registry Pulse Days - GridSeriesObservation - Data supplied by contracting parties to OSPAR (North East Atlantic), HELCOM (Baltic Sea), and Barcelona and ACCOBAMS (Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea). The data are collated nationally from registers of licenced events such as pile driving, controlled explosions from naval operations and other activities that release energy. This registry is specifically purposed with supporting OSPAR and HELCOM in providing information that will feed their regional assessments, and in reporting by its contracting parties to MSFD descriptor 11.1.1 (Low and mid frequency impulsive noise). HELCOM and OSPAR impulsive noise events registry is hosted and managed by ICES (http://ices.dk/marine-data/data-portals/Pages/underwater-noise.aspx)
This product integrates the Impulsive Noise Registries of the European Sea Regional Conventions: OSPAR (North East Atlantic), HELCOM (Baltic Sea), and Barcelona and ACCOBAMS (Mediterranean Sea, Black Sea). Data (pulse block - days) is presented in an harmonized grid (10' latitude x 20' longitude grid). This registry is purposed with supporting SRCs in providing information that will feed their regional assessments, and in reporting by its contracting parties to MSFD descriptor 11.1.1 (Low and mid frequency impulsive noise). Impulsive noise events are collected nationally and integrated at SRC level. ICES (https://underwaternoise.ices.dk/map.aspx)is hosting OSPAR and HELCOM registries. Mediterranean data are integrated from the ACCOBAMS demonstrator (http://accobams.noiseregister.org/).
EMODnet Physics DB of the platforms in the Arctic Sea.
EMODnet Physics DB of the platforms collecting Optical data. Global collection.
Global Sea Level Anomalies - this product uses the PSMSL relative sea level trends. It shows annual variation compared to a long term trend (at least 30 years of recordings). Use "viewparams" parameter to specify: (1) syear (start year) from 1900 to 2015 (2) eyear (end year) from 1900 to 2015 (3) ayear (anomaly year) from 1900 to 2015 --- Note1: syear < eyear, syear <= ayear <= eyear --- Note2: eyear - syear >=30 -- Example: viewparams=syear:1900;eyear:2015;ayear:1900