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https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/allDatasets.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/allDatasets https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/allDatasets.graph * The List of All Active Datasets in this ERDDAP * This dataset is a table which has a row of information for each dataset currently active in this ERDDAP.\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\ndatasetID (Dataset ID)\naccessible\ninstitution\ndataStructure (Data Structure)\ncdm_data_type (Common Data Model Type)\nclass (ERDDAP Class)\ntitle\nminLongitude (Minimum Longitude, degrees_east)\nmaxLongitude (Maximum Longitude, degrees_east)\nlongitudeSpacing (Average Grid Longitude Spacing, degrees_east)\nminLatitude (Minimum Latitude, degrees_north)\nmaxLatitude (Maximum Latitude, degrees_north)\nlatitudeSpacing (Average Grid Latitude Spacing, degrees_north)\nminAltitude (Minimum Altitude (or negative Depth), m)\nmaxAltitude (Maximum Altitude (or negative Depth), m)\nminTime (Minimum Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nmaxTime (Maximum Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntimeSpacing (Average Grid Time Spacing, seconds)\ngriddap (Base URL of OPeNDAP Grid Service)\nsubset (URL of Subset Web Page)\ntabledap (Base URL of OPeNDAP Table/Sequence Service)\nMakeAGraph (URL of Make-A-Graph Web Page)\nsos (Base URL of SOS Service)\nwcs (Base URL of WCS Service)\nwms (Base URL of WMS Service)\nfiles (Base URL of \"files\" Service)\n... (10 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/allDatasets/index.htmlTable https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap Axiom Docker Install allDatasets
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/wind-bel.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/wind-bel https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/wind-bel.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/wind-bel/ Bellingham Bay Meteorological Station. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Bellingham Bay Meteorological Station. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nboardbatt (Logger board battery voltage, V)\nboardtemp (Logger board temperature, degree_C)\nsignalpct (Cellular signal strength, percent)\nDm (Wind From Direction, degree)\nSm (Wind Speed, m s-1)\nPa (Air Pressure, hPa)\nTa (Air Temperature, degree_C)\nUa (Relative Humidity, percent)\nRc (Rainfall Amount, mm)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/wind-bel_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/wind-bel_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/wind-bel/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/wind-bel.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=wind-bel&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey wind-bel
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-bel.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-bel https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-bel.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/waves-bel/ Bellingham Bay Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Bellingham Bay Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsignificantWaveHeight (Sea Surface Wave Significant Height, m)\npeakPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Period At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, s)\nmeanPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Mean Period, s)\npeakDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\npeakDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\nmeanDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction, degree)\nmeanDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread, degree)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/waves-bel_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/waves-bel_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/waves-bel/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/waves-bel.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=waves-bel&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey waves-bel
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M01ct.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M01ct https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M01ct.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/AMS15M1M01ct/ Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015, AMS15M1M01ct Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015 - AMS15M1M01ct. In 2015, U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) and U.S. National Park Service (Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)) researchers began a collaborative study to determine coastal circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila, in an area focused on NPSA's Tutuila Unit and its coral reef ecosystem. The continuous measurements of waves, currents, tides, and water-column properties (temperature and salinity) from these instrument deployments, coupled with available meteorological measurements of wind and rainfall, provide information on nearshore circulation and the variability in these hydrodynamic properties for NPSA's Tutuila Unit. These data will complement ongoing and future water quality efforts along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA that will provide baseline information to determine impacts resulting from management and (or) climate change.\n\nThe field experiment included collection of continuous oceanographic data, as well as spatially extensive shipboard surveys and drifter deployments in NPSA from February through July 2015. The goals of the experiment were to understand controls on flow patterns and water-column properties in the NPSA. To do this, the USGS and NPS set out to complete the following tasks: \n\nMeasure temporal variability in wave heights, wave periods, wave directions, current speeds, current directions, temperature, and salinity.\nMeasure spatial variability in current speeds, current directions, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, turbidity, and light transmission.\nTrack pathways of Lagrangian ocean surface current drifters to understand transport pathways of buoyant surface material (coral larvae, debris, search-and rescue, etc).\nCompile modeled deep-water wave height, wave period, and wave direction data and locally-measured wind speed, wind direction, rainfall and barometric pressure.\nDetermine the influence of oceanographic and meteorologic forcing on circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA waters.\nThis data release includes data from acoustic doppler current profilers, conductivity-temperature-depth profilers, satellite-tracked Lagrangian surface-current drifters, and other time-series oceanographic data. A full description of the data and findings of the study are included in a USGS Open File Report:\nStorlazzi, C.D., Cheriton, O.M., Rosenberger, K.J., Logan, J.B., and Clark, T.B., 2017, Coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2017-1060, 104 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171060.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AMS15M1M01ct_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AMS15M1M01ct_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/AMS15M1M01ct/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7RN362H (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/AMS15M1M01ct.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AMS15M1M01ct&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program AMS15M1M01ct
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M21tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M21tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M21tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/AMS15M1M21tl/ Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015, AMS15M1M21tl Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015 - AMS15M1M21tl. In 2015, U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) and U.S. National Park Service (Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)) researchers began a collaborative study to determine coastal circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila, in an area focused on NPSA's Tutuila Unit and its coral reef ecosystem. The continuous measurements of waves, currents, tides, and water-column properties (temperature and salinity) from these instrument deployments, coupled with available meteorological measurements of wind and rainfall, provide information on nearshore circulation and the variability in these hydrodynamic properties for NPSA's Tutuila Unit. These data will complement ongoing and future water quality efforts along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA that will provide baseline information to determine impacts resulting from management and (or) climate change.\n\nThe field experiment included collection of continuous oceanographic data, as well as spatially extensive shipboard surveys and drifter deployments in NPSA from February through July 2015. The goals of the experiment were to understand controls on flow patterns and water-column properties in the NPSA. To do this, the USGS and NPS set out to complete the following tasks: \n\nMeasure temporal variability in wave heights, wave periods, wave directions, current speeds, current directions, temperature, and salinity.\nMeasure spatial variability in current speeds, current directions, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, turbidity, and light transmission.\nTrack pathways of Lagrangian ocean surface current drifters to understand transport pathways of buoyant surface material (coral larvae, debris, search-and rescue, etc).\nCompile modeled deep-water wave height, wave period, and wave direction data and locally-measured wind speed, wind direction, rainfall and barometric pressure.\nDetermine the influence of oceanographic and meteorologic forcing on circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA waters.\nThis data release includes data from acoustic doppler current profilers, conductivity-temperature-depth profilers, satellite-tracked Lagrangian surface-current drifters, and other time-series oceanographic data. A full description of the data and findings of the study are included in a USGS Open File Report:\nStorlazzi, C.D., Cheriton, O.M., Rosenberger, K.J., Logan, J.B., and Clark, T.B., 2017, Coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2017-1060, 104 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171060.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (5 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AMS15M1M21tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AMS15M1M21tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/AMS15M1M21tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7RN362H (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/AMS15M1M21tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AMS15M1M21tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program AMS15M1M21tl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M22tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M22tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M22tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/AMS15M1M22tl/ Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015, AMS15M1M22tl Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015 - AMS15M1M22tl. In 2015, U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) and U.S. National Park Service (Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)) researchers began a collaborative study to determine coastal circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila, in an area focused on NPSA's Tutuila Unit and its coral reef ecosystem. The continuous measurements of waves, currents, tides, and water-column properties (temperature and salinity) from these instrument deployments, coupled with available meteorological measurements of wind and rainfall, provide information on nearshore circulation and the variability in these hydrodynamic properties for NPSA's Tutuila Unit. These data will complement ongoing and future water quality efforts along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA that will provide baseline information to determine impacts resulting from management and (or) climate change.\n\nThe field experiment included collection of continuous oceanographic data, as well as spatially extensive shipboard surveys and drifter deployments in NPSA from February through July 2015. The goals of the experiment were to understand controls on flow patterns and water-column properties in the NPSA. To do this, the USGS and NPS set out to complete the following tasks: \n\nMeasure temporal variability in wave heights, wave periods, wave directions, current speeds, current directions, temperature, and salinity.\nMeasure spatial variability in current speeds, current directions, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, turbidity, and light transmission.\nTrack pathways of Lagrangian ocean surface current drifters to understand transport pathways of buoyant surface material (coral larvae, debris, search-and rescue, etc).\nCompile modeled deep-water wave height, wave period, and wave direction data and locally-measured wind speed, wind direction, rainfall and barometric pressure.\nDetermine the influence of oceanographic and meteorologic forcing on circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA waters.\nThis data release includes data from acoustic doppler current profilers, conductivity-temperature-depth profilers, satellite-tracked Lagrangian surface-current drifters, and other time-series oceanographic data. A full description of the data and findings of the study are included in a USGS Open File Report:\nStorlazzi, C.D., Cheriton, O.M., Rosenberger, K.J., Logan, J.B., and Clark, T.B., 2017, Coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2017-1060, 104 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171060.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (5 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AMS15M1M22tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AMS15M1M22tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/AMS15M1M22tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7RN362H (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/AMS15M1M22tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AMS15M1M22tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program AMS15M1M22tl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M31tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M31tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M31tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/AMS15M1M31tl/ Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015, AMS15M1M31tl Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015 - AMS15M1M31tl. In 2015, U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) and U.S. National Park Service (Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)) researchers began a collaborative study to determine coastal circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila, in an area focused on NPSA's Tutuila Unit and its coral reef ecosystem. The continuous measurements of waves, currents, tides, and water-column properties (temperature and salinity) from these instrument deployments, coupled with available meteorological measurements of wind and rainfall, provide information on nearshore circulation and the variability in these hydrodynamic properties for NPSA's Tutuila Unit. These data will complement ongoing and future water quality efforts along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA that will provide baseline information to determine impacts resulting from management and (or) climate change.\n\nThe field experiment included collection of continuous oceanographic data, as well as spatially extensive shipboard surveys and drifter deployments in NPSA from February through July 2015. The goals of the experiment were to understand controls on flow patterns and water-column properties in the NPSA. To do this, the USGS and NPS set out to complete the following tasks: \n\nMeasure temporal variability in wave heights, wave periods, wave directions, current speeds, current directions, temperature, and salinity.\nMeasure spatial variability in current speeds, current directions, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, turbidity, and light transmission.\nTrack pathways of Lagrangian ocean surface current drifters to understand transport pathways of buoyant surface material (coral larvae, debris, search-and rescue, etc).\nCompile modeled deep-water wave height, wave period, and wave direction data and locally-measured wind speed, wind direction, rainfall and barometric pressure.\nDetermine the influence of oceanographic and meteorologic forcing on circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA waters.\nThis data release includes data from acoustic doppler current profilers, conductivity-temperature-depth profilers, satellite-tracked Lagrangian surface-current drifters, and other time-series oceanographic data. A full description of the data and findings of the study are included in a USGS Open File Report:\nStorlazzi, C.D., Cheriton, O.M., Rosenberger, K.J., Logan, J.B., and Clark, T.B., 2017, Coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2017-1060, 104 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171060.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (5 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AMS15M1M31tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AMS15M1M31tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/AMS15M1M31tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7RN362H (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/AMS15M1M31tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AMS15M1M31tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program AMS15M1M31tl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M32tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M32tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M32tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/AMS15M1M32tl/ Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015, AMS15M1M32tl Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015 - AMS15M1M32tl. In 2015, U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) and U.S. National Park Service (Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)) researchers began a collaborative study to determine coastal circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila, in an area focused on NPSA's Tutuila Unit and its coral reef ecosystem. The continuous measurements of waves, currents, tides, and water-column properties (temperature and salinity) from these instrument deployments, coupled with available meteorological measurements of wind and rainfall, provide information on nearshore circulation and the variability in these hydrodynamic properties for NPSA's Tutuila Unit. These data will complement ongoing and future water quality efforts along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA that will provide baseline information to determine impacts resulting from management and (or) climate change.\n\nThe field experiment included collection of continuous oceanographic data, as well as spatially extensive shipboard surveys and drifter deployments in NPSA from February through July 2015. The goals of the experiment were to understand controls on flow patterns and water-column properties in the NPSA. To do this, the USGS and NPS set out to complete the following tasks: \n\nMeasure temporal variability in wave heights, wave periods, wave directions, current speeds, current directions, temperature, and salinity.\nMeasure spatial variability in current speeds, current directions, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, turbidity, and light transmission.\nTrack pathways of Lagrangian ocean surface current drifters to understand transport pathways of buoyant surface material (coral larvae, debris, search-and rescue, etc).\nCompile modeled deep-water wave height, wave period, and wave direction data and locally-measured wind speed, wind direction, rainfall and barometric pressure.\nDetermine the influence of oceanographic and meteorologic forcing on circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA waters.\nThis data release includes data from acoustic doppler current profilers, conductivity-temperature-depth profilers, satellite-tracked Lagrangian surface-current drifters, and other time-series oceanographic data. A full description of the data and findings of the study are included in a USGS Open File Report:\nStorlazzi, C.D., Cheriton, O.M., Rosenberger, K.J., Logan, J.B., and Clark, T.B., 2017, Coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2017-1060, 104 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171060.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (5 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AMS15M1M32tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AMS15M1M32tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/AMS15M1M32tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7RN362H (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/AMS15M1M32tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AMS15M1M32tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program AMS15M1M32tl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M41tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M41tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M41tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/AMS15M1M41tl/ Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015, AMS15M1M41tl Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015 - AMS15M1M41tl. In 2015, U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) and U.S. National Park Service (Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)) researchers began a collaborative study to determine coastal circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila, in an area focused on NPSA's Tutuila Unit and its coral reef ecosystem. The continuous measurements of waves, currents, tides, and water-column properties (temperature and salinity) from these instrument deployments, coupled with available meteorological measurements of wind and rainfall, provide information on nearshore circulation and the variability in these hydrodynamic properties for NPSA's Tutuila Unit. These data will complement ongoing and future water quality efforts along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA that will provide baseline information to determine impacts resulting from management and (or) climate change.\n\nThe field experiment included collection of continuous oceanographic data, as well as spatially extensive shipboard surveys and drifter deployments in NPSA from February through July 2015. The goals of the experiment were to understand controls on flow patterns and water-column properties in the NPSA. To do this, the USGS and NPS set out to complete the following tasks: \n\nMeasure temporal variability in wave heights, wave periods, wave directions, current speeds, current directions, temperature, and salinity.\nMeasure spatial variability in current speeds, current directions, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, turbidity, and light transmission.\nTrack pathways of Lagrangian ocean surface current drifters to understand transport pathways of buoyant surface material (coral larvae, debris, search-and rescue, etc).\nCompile modeled deep-water wave height, wave period, and wave direction data and locally-measured wind speed, wind direction, rainfall and barometric pressure.\nDetermine the influence of oceanographic and meteorologic forcing on circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA waters.\nThis data release includes data from acoustic doppler current profilers, conductivity-temperature-depth profilers, satellite-tracked Lagrangian surface-current drifters, and other time-series oceanographic data. A full description of the data and findings of the study are included in a USGS Open File Report:\nStorlazzi, C.D., Cheriton, O.M., Rosenberger, K.J., Logan, J.B., and Clark, T.B., 2017, Coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2017-1060, 104 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171060.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (5 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AMS15M1M41tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AMS15M1M41tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/AMS15M1M41tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7RN362H (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/AMS15M1M41tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AMS15M1M41tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program AMS15M1M41tl
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https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M52tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M52tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M1M52tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/AMS15M1M52tl/ Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015, AMS15M1M52tl Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015 - AMS15M1M52tl. In 2015, U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) and U.S. National Park Service (Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)) researchers began a collaborative study to determine coastal circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila, in an area focused on NPSA's Tutuila Unit and its coral reef ecosystem. The continuous measurements of waves, currents, tides, and water-column properties (temperature and salinity) from these instrument deployments, coupled with available meteorological measurements of wind and rainfall, provide information on nearshore circulation and the variability in these hydrodynamic properties for NPSA's Tutuila Unit. These data will complement ongoing and future water quality efforts along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA that will provide baseline information to determine impacts resulting from management and (or) climate change.\n\nThe field experiment included collection of continuous oceanographic data, as well as spatially extensive shipboard surveys and drifter deployments in NPSA from February through July 2015. The goals of the experiment were to understand controls on flow patterns and water-column properties in the NPSA. To do this, the USGS and NPS set out to complete the following tasks: \n\nMeasure temporal variability in wave heights, wave periods, wave directions, current speeds, current directions, temperature, and salinity.\nMeasure spatial variability in current speeds, current directions, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, turbidity, and light transmission.\nTrack pathways of Lagrangian ocean surface current drifters to understand transport pathways of buoyant surface material (coral larvae, debris, search-and rescue, etc).\nCompile modeled deep-water wave height, wave period, and wave direction data and locally-measured wind speed, wind direction, rainfall and barometric pressure.\nDetermine the influence of oceanographic and meteorologic forcing on circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA waters.\nThis data release includes data from acoustic doppler current profilers, conductivity-temperature-depth profilers, satellite-tracked Lagrangian surface-current drifters, and other time-series oceanographic data. A full description of the data and findings of the study are included in a USGS Open File Report:\nStorlazzi, C.D., Cheriton, O.M., Rosenberger, K.J., Logan, J.B., and Clark, T.B., 2017, Coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2017-1060, 104 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171060.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (5 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AMS15M1M52tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AMS15M1M52tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/AMS15M1M52tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7RN362H (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/AMS15M1M52tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AMS15M1M52tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program AMS15M1M52tl
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https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M2T01adc.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M2T01adc https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M2T01adc.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/AMS15M2T01adc/ Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015, AMS15M2T01adc Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015 - AMS15M2T01adc. In 2015, U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) and U.S. National Park Service (Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)) researchers began a collaborative study to determine coastal circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila, in an area focused on NPSA's Tutuila Unit and its coral reef ecosystem. The continuous measurements of waves, currents, tides, and water-column properties (temperature and salinity) from these instrument deployments, coupled with available meteorological measurements of wind and rainfall, provide information on nearshore circulation and the variability in these hydrodynamic properties for NPSA's Tutuila Unit. These data will complement ongoing and future water quality efforts along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA that will provide baseline information to determine impacts resulting from management and (or) climate change.\n\nThe field experiment included collection of continuous oceanographic data, as well as spatially extensive shipboard surveys and drifter deployments in NPSA from February through July 2015. The goals of the experiment were to understand controls on flow patterns and water-column properties in the NPSA. To do this, the USGS and NPS set out to complete the following tasks: \n\nMeasure temporal variability in wave heights, wave periods, wave directions, current speeds, current directions, temperature, and salinity.\nMeasure spatial variability in current speeds, current directions, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, turbidity, and light transmission.\nTrack pathways of Lagrangian ocean surface current drifters to understand transport pathways of buoyant surface material (coral larvae, debris, search-and rescue, etc).\nCompile modeled deep-water wave height, wave period, and wave direction data and locally-measured wind speed, wind direction, rainfall and barometric pressure.\nDetermine the influence of oceanographic and meteorologic forcing on circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA waters.\nThis data release includes data from acoustic doppler current profilers, conductivity-temperature-depth profilers, satellite-tracked Lagrangian surface-current drifters, and other time-series oceanographic data. A full description of the data and findings of the study are included in a USGS Open File Report:\nStorlazzi, C.D., Cheriton, O.M., Rosenberger, K.J., Logan, J.B., and Clark, T.B., 2017, Coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2017-1060, 104 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171060.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AMS15M2T01adc_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AMS15M2T01adc_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/AMS15M2T01adc/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7RN362H (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/AMS15M2T01adc.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AMS15M2T01adc&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program AMS15M2T01adc
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M2T01adc-wvs-p.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M2T01adc-wvs-p https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M2T01adc-wvs-p.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/AMS15M2T01adc-wvs-p/ Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015, AMS15M2T01adc-wvs-p Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015 - AMS15M2T01adc-wvs-p. In 2015, U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) and U.S. National Park Service (Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)) researchers began a collaborative study to determine coastal circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila, in an area focused on NPSA's Tutuila Unit and its coral reef ecosystem. The continuous measurements of waves, currents, tides, and water-column properties (temperature and salinity) from these instrument deployments, coupled with available meteorological measurements of wind and rainfall, provide information on nearshore circulation and the variability in these hydrodynamic properties for NPSA's Tutuila Unit. These data will complement ongoing and future water quality efforts along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA that will provide baseline information to determine impacts resulting from management and (or) climate change.\n\nThe field experiment included collection of continuous oceanographic data, as well as spatially extensive shipboard surveys and drifter deployments in NPSA from February through July 2015. The goals of the experiment were to understand controls on flow patterns and water-column properties in the NPSA. To do this, the USGS and NPS set out to complete the following tasks: \n\nMeasure temporal variability in wave heights, wave periods, wave directions, current speeds, current directions, temperature, and salinity.\nMeasure spatial variability in current speeds, current directions, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, turbidity, and light transmission.\nTrack pathways of Lagrangian ocean surface current drifters to understand transport pathways of buoyant surface material (coral larvae, debris, search-and rescue, etc).\nCompile modeled deep-water wave height, wave period, and wave direction data and locally-measured wind speed, wind direction, rainfall and barometric pressure.\nDetermine the influence of oceanographic and meteorologic forcing on circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA waters.\nThis data release includes data from acoustic doppler current profilers, conductivity-temperature-depth profilers, satellite-tracked Lagrangian surface-current drifters, and other time-series oceanographic data. A full description of the data and findings of the study are included in a USGS Open File Report:\nStorlazzi, C.D., Cheriton, O.M., Rosenberger, K.J., Logan, J.B., and Clark, T.B., 2017, Coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2017-1060, 104 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171060.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (10 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AMS15M2T01adc-wvs-p_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AMS15M2T01adc-wvs-p_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/AMS15M2T01adc-wvs-p/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7RN362H (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/AMS15M2T01adc-wvs-p.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AMS15M2T01adc-wvs-p&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program AMS15M2T01adc-wvs-p
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https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M3M52tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M3M52tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M3M52tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/AMS15M3M52tl/ Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015, AMS15M3M52tl Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015 - AMS15M3M52tl. In 2015, U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) and U.S. National Park Service (Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)) researchers began a collaborative study to determine coastal circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila, in an area focused on NPSA's Tutuila Unit and its coral reef ecosystem. The continuous measurements of waves, currents, tides, and water-column properties (temperature and salinity) from these instrument deployments, coupled with available meteorological measurements of wind and rainfall, provide information on nearshore circulation and the variability in these hydrodynamic properties for NPSA's Tutuila Unit. These data will complement ongoing and future water quality efforts along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA that will provide baseline information to determine impacts resulting from management and (or) climate change.\n\nThe field experiment included collection of continuous oceanographic data, as well as spatially extensive shipboard surveys and drifter deployments in NPSA from February through July 2015. The goals of the experiment were to understand controls on flow patterns and water-column properties in the NPSA. To do this, the USGS and NPS set out to complete the following tasks: \n\nMeasure temporal variability in wave heights, wave periods, wave directions, current speeds, current directions, temperature, and salinity.\nMeasure spatial variability in current speeds, current directions, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, turbidity, and light transmission.\nTrack pathways of Lagrangian ocean surface current drifters to understand transport pathways of buoyant surface material (coral larvae, debris, search-and rescue, etc).\nCompile modeled deep-water wave height, wave period, and wave direction data and locally-measured wind speed, wind direction, rainfall and barometric pressure.\nDetermine the influence of oceanographic and meteorologic forcing on circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA waters.\nThis data release includes data from acoustic doppler current profilers, conductivity-temperature-depth profilers, satellite-tracked Lagrangian surface-current drifters, and other time-series oceanographic data. A full description of the data and findings of the study are included in a USGS Open File Report:\nStorlazzi, C.D., Cheriton, O.M., Rosenberger, K.J., Logan, J.B., and Clark, T.B., 2017, Coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2017-1060, 104 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171060.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (5 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AMS15M3M52tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AMS15M3M52tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/AMS15M3M52tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7RN362H (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/AMS15M3M52tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AMS15M3M52tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program AMS15M3M52tl
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https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M5M52tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M5M52tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M5M52tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/AMS15M5M52tl/ Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015, AMS15M5M52tl Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015 - AMS15M5M52tl. In 2015, U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) and U.S. National Park Service (Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)) researchers began a collaborative study to determine coastal circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila, in an area focused on NPSA's Tutuila Unit and its coral reef ecosystem. The continuous measurements of waves, currents, tides, and water-column properties (temperature and salinity) from these instrument deployments, coupled with available meteorological measurements of wind and rainfall, provide information on nearshore circulation and the variability in these hydrodynamic properties for NPSA's Tutuila Unit. These data will complement ongoing and future water quality efforts along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA that will provide baseline information to determine impacts resulting from management and (or) climate change.\n\nThe field experiment included collection of continuous oceanographic data, as well as spatially extensive shipboard surveys and drifter deployments in NPSA from February through July 2015. The goals of the experiment were to understand controls on flow patterns and water-column properties in the NPSA. To do this, the USGS and NPS set out to complete the following tasks: \n\nMeasure temporal variability in wave heights, wave periods, wave directions, current speeds, current directions, temperature, and salinity.\nMeasure spatial variability in current speeds, current directions, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, turbidity, and light transmission.\nTrack pathways of Lagrangian ocean surface current drifters to understand transport pathways of buoyant surface material (coral larvae, debris, search-and rescue, etc).\nCompile modeled deep-water wave height, wave period, and wave direction data and locally-measured wind speed, wind direction, rainfall and barometric pressure.\nDetermine the influence of oceanographic and meteorologic forcing on circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA waters.\nThis data release includes data from acoustic doppler current profilers, conductivity-temperature-depth profilers, satellite-tracked Lagrangian surface-current drifters, and other time-series oceanographic data. A full description of the data and findings of the study are included in a USGS Open File Report:\nStorlazzi, C.D., Cheriton, O.M., Rosenberger, K.J., Logan, J.B., and Clark, T.B., 2017, Coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2017-1060, 104 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171060.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (5 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AMS15M5M52tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AMS15M5M52tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/AMS15M5M52tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7RN362H (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/AMS15M5M52tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AMS15M5M52tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program AMS15M5M52tl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M5T01adc.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M5T01adc https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M5T01adc.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/AMS15M5T01adc/ Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015, AMS15M5T01adc Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015 - AMS15M5T01adc. In 2015, U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) and U.S. National Park Service (Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)) researchers began a collaborative study to determine coastal circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila, in an area focused on NPSA's Tutuila Unit and its coral reef ecosystem. The continuous measurements of waves, currents, tides, and water-column properties (temperature and salinity) from these instrument deployments, coupled with available meteorological measurements of wind and rainfall, provide information on nearshore circulation and the variability in these hydrodynamic properties for NPSA's Tutuila Unit. These data will complement ongoing and future water quality efforts along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA that will provide baseline information to determine impacts resulting from management and (or) climate change.\n\nThe field experiment included collection of continuous oceanographic data, as well as spatially extensive shipboard surveys and drifter deployments in NPSA from February through July 2015. The goals of the experiment were to understand controls on flow patterns and water-column properties in the NPSA. To do this, the USGS and NPS set out to complete the following tasks: \n\nMeasure temporal variability in wave heights, wave periods, wave directions, current speeds, current directions, temperature, and salinity.\nMeasure spatial variability in current speeds, current directions, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, turbidity, and light transmission.\nTrack pathways of Lagrangian ocean surface current drifters to understand transport pathways of buoyant surface material (coral larvae, debris, search-and rescue, etc).\nCompile modeled deep-water wave height, wave period, and wave direction data and locally-measured wind speed, wind direction, rainfall and barometric pressure.\nDetermine the influence of oceanographic and meteorologic forcing on circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA waters.\nThis data release includes data from acoustic doppler current profilers, conductivity-temperature-depth profilers, satellite-tracked Lagrangian surface-current drifters, and other time-series oceanographic data. A full description of the data and findings of the study are included in a USGS Open File Report:\nStorlazzi, C.D., Cheriton, O.M., Rosenberger, K.J., Logan, J.B., and Clark, T.B., 2017, Coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2017-1060, 104 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171060.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AMS15M5T01adc_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AMS15M5T01adc_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/AMS15M5T01adc/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7RN362H (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/AMS15M5T01adc.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AMS15M5T01adc&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program AMS15M5T01adc
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https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M5T02ct.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M5T02ct https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/AMS15M5T02ct.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/AMS15M5T02ct/ Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015, AMS15M5T02ct Data from coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015 - AMS15M5T02ct. In 2015, U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) and U.S. National Park Service (Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)) researchers began a collaborative study to determine coastal circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila, in an area focused on NPSA's Tutuila Unit and its coral reef ecosystem. The continuous measurements of waves, currents, tides, and water-column properties (temperature and salinity) from these instrument deployments, coupled with available meteorological measurements of wind and rainfall, provide information on nearshore circulation and the variability in these hydrodynamic properties for NPSA's Tutuila Unit. These data will complement ongoing and future water quality efforts along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA that will provide baseline information to determine impacts resulting from management and (or) climate change.\n\nThe field experiment included collection of continuous oceanographic data, as well as spatially extensive shipboard surveys and drifter deployments in NPSA from February through July 2015. The goals of the experiment were to understand controls on flow patterns and water-column properties in the NPSA. To do this, the USGS and NPS set out to complete the following tasks: \n\nMeasure temporal variability in wave heights, wave periods, wave directions, current speeds, current directions, temperature, and salinity.\nMeasure spatial variability in current speeds, current directions, temperature, salinity, chlorophyll, turbidity, and light transmission.\nTrack pathways of Lagrangian ocean surface current drifters to understand transport pathways of buoyant surface material (coral larvae, debris, search-and rescue, etc).\nCompile modeled deep-water wave height, wave period, and wave direction data and locally-measured wind speed, wind direction, rainfall and barometric pressure.\nDetermine the influence of oceanographic and meteorologic forcing on circulation patterns and water-column properties along north-central Tutuila and in NPSA waters.\nThis data release includes data from acoustic doppler current profilers, conductivity-temperature-depth profilers, satellite-tracked Lagrangian surface-current drifters, and other time-series oceanographic data. A full description of the data and findings of the study are included in a USGS Open File Report:\nStorlazzi, C.D., Cheriton, O.M., Rosenberger, K.J., Logan, J.B., and Clark, T.B., 2017, Coastal circulation and water-column properties in the National Park of American Samoa, February-July 2015: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2017-1060, 104 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171060.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AMS15M5T02ct_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AMS15M5T02ct_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/AMS15M5T02ct/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7RN362H (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/AMS15M5T02ct.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AMS15M5T02ct&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program AMS15M5T02ct
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https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-guam-orig.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-guam-orig https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-guam-orig.graph Guam Smart Mooring. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Guam Smart Mooring. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nsignificantWaveHeight (Sea Surface Wave Significant Height, m)\npeakPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Period At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, s)\nmeanPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Mean Period, s)\npeakDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\npeakDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\nmeanDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction, degree)\nmeanDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread, degree)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nrbrcoda3_meantemperature_20bits_lower (degree_C)\nrbrcoda3_meanpressure_21bits (dbar)\nrbrcoda3_meantemperature_20bits_upper (degree_C)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/waves-guam-orig_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/waves-guam-orig_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/waves-guam-orig/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/waves-guam-orig.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=waves-guam-orig&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey waves-guam-orig
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-wapa.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-wapa https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-wapa.graph Guam Spotter Buoy (WAPA). PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Guam Spotter Buoy (WAPA). PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nsignificantWaveHeight (Sea Surface Wave Significant Height, m)\npeakPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Period At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, s)\nmeanPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Mean Period, s)\npeakDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\npeakDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\nmeanDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction, degree)\nmeanDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread, degree)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nprocessing_source\nsurfaceTemp (Sea Surface Temperature, degree_C)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/waves-wapa_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/waves-wapa_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/waves-wapa/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/waves-wapa.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=waves-wapa&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey waves-wapa
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-guam.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-guam https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-guam.graph Guam Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Guam Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nsignificantWaveHeight (Sea Surface Wave Significant Height, m)\npeakPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Period At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, s)\nmeanPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Mean Period, s)\npeakDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\npeakDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\nmeanDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction, degree)\nmeanDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread, degree)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nprocessing_source\nsurfaceTemp (Sea Surface Temperature, degree_C)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/waves-guam_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/waves-guam_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/waves-guam/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/waves-guam.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=waves-guam&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey waves-guam
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-nuvuk.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-nuvuk https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-nuvuk.graph Nuvuk (Point Barrow), Utqiagvik, AK Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Nuvuk (Point Barrow), Utqiagvik, AK Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nsignificantWaveHeight (Sea Surface Wave Significant Height, m)\npeakPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Period At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, s)\nmeanPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Mean Period, s)\npeakDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\npeakDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\nmeanDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction, degree)\nmeanDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread, degree)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nprocessing_source\nsurfaceTemp (Sea Surface Temperature, degree_C)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/waves-nuvuk_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/waves-nuvuk_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/waves-nuvuk/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/waves-nuvuk.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=waves-nuvuk&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey waves-nuvuk
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves_1841_b2a7_6461.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves_1841_b2a7_6461 https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves_1841_b2a7_6461.graph Nuvuk (Point Barrow), Utqiagvik, AK Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Nuvuk (Point Barrow), Utqiagvik, AK Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nsignificantWaveHeight (Sea Surface Wave Significant Height, m)\npeakPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Period At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, s)\nmeanPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Mean Period, s)\npeakDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\npeakDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\nmeanDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction, degree)\nmeanDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread, degree)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nprocessing_source\nsurfaceTemp (Sea Surface Temperature, degree_C)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/waves_1841_b2a7_6461_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/waves_1841_b2a7_6461_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/waves_1841_b2a7_6461/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/waves_1841_b2a7_6461.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=waves_1841_b2a7_6461&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey waves_1841_b2a7_6461
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/UFK14RBR77750p-trm.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/UFK14RBR77750p-trm https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/UFK14RBR77750p-trm.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/UFK14RBR77750p-trm/ Ocean Currents and Pressure Time Series at the Upper Florida Keys: Crocker Reef, FL: Site RBR RBR pressure logger; pressure time series\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (station name)\ndepth (water depth, m)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\nz (water depth - instrument height (adjust to atmospheric press), meters)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\npressure (Seawater Pressure, dbar)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/UFK14RBR77750p-trm_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/UFK14RBR77750p-trm_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/UFK14RBR77750p-trm/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7VD6XBF (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/UFK14RBR77750p-trm.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=UFK14RBR77750p-trm&showErrors=false&email= United States Geological Survey, Department of Interior UFK14RBR77750p-trm
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PSB_ts_data https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PSB_ts_data.graph Oceanographic measurements measured by bottom-mounted sensors in Port Susan, Washington, USA from March 2014 to July 2015 Oceanographic measurements measured by bottom-mounted sensors in Port Susan, Washington, USA from March 2014 to July 2015\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nwl (Sea Surface Height Above Geopotential Datum, m)\nsalinity (Sea Water Practical Salinity, PSU)\ntemperature (Sea Water Temperature, degree_C)\nturbidity (Sea Water Turbidity, NTU)\nstage (Sea Surface Height, m)\nindexvel (breach flow velocity into/out of restoration area; positive ebb, m s-1)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PSB_ts_data/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PSB_ts_data.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PSB_ts_data&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey PSB_ts_data
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW10A1T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW10A1T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW10A1T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW10A1T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW10A1T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW10A1T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW10A1T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW10A1T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW10A1T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW10A1T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW10A1T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW10A1T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW10A1T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW10A1T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW10A1T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW10A1T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW10A1T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW10A1T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW10A1T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW10A1T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW10A1T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW10A1T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW10A1T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW10A1T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A2T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A2T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A2T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW11A2T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW11A2T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW11A2T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW11A2T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW11A2T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW11A2T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW11A2T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW11A2T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW11A2T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A2T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A2T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A2T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW11A2T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW11A2T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW11A2T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW11A2T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW11A2T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW11A2T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW11A2T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW11A2T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW11A2T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A3T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A3T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A3T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW11A3T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW11A3T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW11A3T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW11A3T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW11A3T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW11A3T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW11A3T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW11A3T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW11A3T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A3T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A3T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A3T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW11A3T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW11A3T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW11A3T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW11A3T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW11A3T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW11A3T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW11A3T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW11A3T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW11A3T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A3T03aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A3T03aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A3T03aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW11A3T03aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW11A3T03aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW11A3T03aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW11A3T03aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW11A3T03aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW11A3T03aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW11A3T03aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW11A3T03aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW11A3T03aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A3T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A3T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11A3T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW11A3T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW11A3T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW11A3T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW11A3T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW11A3T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW11A3T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW11A3T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW11A3T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW11A3T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B2T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B2T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B2T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW11B2T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW11B2T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW11B2T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW11B2T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW11B2T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW11B2T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW11B2T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW11B2T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW11B2T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B2T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B2T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B2T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW11B2T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW11B2T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW11B2T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW11B2T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW11B2T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW11B2T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW11B2T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW11B2T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW11B2T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B3T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B3T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B3T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW11B3T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW11B3T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW11B3T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW11B3T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW11B3T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW11B3T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW11B3T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW11B3T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW11B3T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B3T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B3T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B3T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW11B3T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW11B3T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW11B3T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW11B3T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW11B3T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW11B3T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW11B3T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW11B3T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW11B3T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B3T03aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B3T03aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B3T03aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW11B3T03aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW11B3T03aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW11B3T03aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW11B3T03aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW11B3T03aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW11B3T03aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW11B3T03aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW11B3T03aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW11B3T03aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B3T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B3T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW11B3T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW11B3T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW11B3T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW11B3T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW11B3T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW11B3T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW11B3T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW11B3T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW11B3T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW11B3T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A4T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A4T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A4T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12A4T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12A4T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12A4T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12A4T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12A4T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12A4T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12A4T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12A4T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12A4T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A4T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A4T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A4T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12A4T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12A4T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12A4T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12A4T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12A4T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12A4T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12A4T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12A4T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12A4T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A5T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A5T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A5T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12A5T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12A5T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12A5T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12A5T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12A5T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12A5T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12A5T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12A5T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12A5T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A5T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A5T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A5T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12A5T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12A5T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12A5T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12A5T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12A5T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12A5T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12A5T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12A5T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12A5T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A5T03aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A5T03aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A5T03aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12A5T03aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12A5T03aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12A5T03aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12A5T03aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12A5T03aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12A5T03aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12A5T03aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12A5T03aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12A5T03aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A5T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A5T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12A5T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12A5T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12A5T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12A5T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12A5T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12A5T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12A5T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12A5T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12A5T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12A5T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B4T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B4T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B4T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12B4T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12B4T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12B4T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12B4T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12B4T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12B4T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12B4T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12B4T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12B4T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B4T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B4T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B4T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12B4T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12B4T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12B4T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12B4T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12B4T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12B4T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12B4T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12B4T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12B4T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5M01bl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5M01bl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5M01bl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12B5M01bl/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12B5M01bl Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12B5M01bl. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (10 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12B5M01bl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12B5M01bl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12B5M01bl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12B5M01bl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12B5M01bl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12B5M01bl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12B5T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12B5T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12B5T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12B5T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12B5T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12B5T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12B5T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12B5T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12B5T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12B5T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12B5T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12B5T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12B5T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12B5T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12B5T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12B5T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12B5T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12B5T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5T03aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5T03aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5T03aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12B5T03aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12B5T03aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12B5T03aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12B5T03aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12B5T03aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12B5T03aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12B5T03aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12B5T03aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12B5T03aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12B5T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12B5T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12B5T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12B5T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12B5T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12B5T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12B5T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12B5T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12B5T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12B5T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12C5T03sc.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12C5T03sc https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12C5T03sc.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12C5T03sc/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12C5T03sc Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12C5T03sc. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12C5T03sc_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12C5T03sc_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12C5T03sc/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12C5T03sc.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12C5T03sc&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12C5T03sc
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12C5T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12C5T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12C5T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12C5T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12C5T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12C5T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12C5T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12C5T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12C5T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12C5T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12C5T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12C5T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12C5T05aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12C5T05aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW12C5T05aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW12C5T05aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW12C5T05aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW12C5T05aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW12C5T05aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW12C5T05aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW12C5T05aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW12C5T05aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW12C5T05aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW12C5T05aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13A6T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13A6T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13A6T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13A6T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13A6T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13A6T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13A6T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13A6T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13A6T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13A6T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13A6T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13A6T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13A6T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13A6T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13A6T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13A6T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13A6T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13A6T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13A6T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13A6T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13A6T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13A6T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13A6T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13A6T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13A6T03aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13A6T03aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13A6T03aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13A6T03aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13A6T03aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13A6T03aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13A6T03aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13A6T03aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13A6T03aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13A6T03aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13A6T03aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13A6T03aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13A6T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13A6T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13A6T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13A6T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13A6T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13A6T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13A6T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13A6T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13A6T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13A6T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13A6T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13A6T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6M02bl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6M02bl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6M02bl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B6M02bl/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B6M02bl Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B6M02bl. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (10 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B6M02bl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B6M02bl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B6M02bl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B6M02bl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B6M02bl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B6M02bl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B6T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B6T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B6T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B6T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B6T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B6T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B6T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B6T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B6T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B6T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B6T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B6T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B6T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B6T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B6T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B6T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B6T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B6T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6T03aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6T03aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6T03aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B6T03aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B6T03aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B6T03aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B6T03aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B6T03aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B6T03aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B6T03aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B6T03aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B6T03aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B6T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B6T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B6T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B6T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B6T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B6T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B6T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B6T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B6T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B6T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B7M02bl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B7M02bl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B7M02bl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B7M02bl/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B7M02bl Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B7M02bl. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (10 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B7M02bl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B7M02bl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B7M02bl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B7M02bl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B7M02bl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B7M02bl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B7T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B7T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B7T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B7T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B7T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B7T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B7T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B7T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B7T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B7T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B7T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B7T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B7T03aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B7T03aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B7T03aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B7T03aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B7T03aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B7T03aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B7T03aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B7T03aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B7T03aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B7T03aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B7T03aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B7T03aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B7T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B7T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B7T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B7T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B7T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B7T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B7T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B7T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B7T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B7T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B7T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B7T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8M02bl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8M02bl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8M02bl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B8M02bl/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B8M02bl Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B8M02bl. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B8M02bl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B8M02bl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B8M02bl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B8M02bl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B8M02bl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B8M02bl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B8T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B8T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B8T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B8T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B8T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B8T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B8T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B8T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B8T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B8T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B8T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B8T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B8T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B8T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B8T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B8T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B8T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B8T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8T03aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8T03aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8T03aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B8T03aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B8T03aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B8T03aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B8T03aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B8T03aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B8T03aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B8T03aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B8T03aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B8T03aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13B8T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13B8T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13B8T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13B8T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13B8T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13B8T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13B8T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13B8T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13B8T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13B8T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D6T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D6T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D6T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13D6T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13D6T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13D6T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13D6T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13D6T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13D6T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13D6T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13D6T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13D6T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D6T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D6T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D6T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13D6T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13D6T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13D6T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13D6T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13D6T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13D6T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13D6T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13D6T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13D6T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D6T03aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D6T03aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D6T03aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13D6T03aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13D6T03aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13D6T03aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13D6T03aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13D6T03aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13D6T03aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13D6T03aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13D6T03aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13D6T03aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D6T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D6T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D6T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13D6T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13D6T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13D6T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13D6T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13D6T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13D6T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13D6T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13D6T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13D6T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13D7T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13D7T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13D7T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13D7T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13D7T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13D7T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13D7T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13D7T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13D7T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13D7T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13D7T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13D7T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13D7T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13D7T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13D7T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13D7T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13D7T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13D7T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T03aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T03aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T03aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13D7T03aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13D7T03aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13D7T03aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13D7T03aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13D7T03aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13D7T03aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13D7T03aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13D7T03aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13D7T03aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13D7T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13D7T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13D7T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13D7T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13D7T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13D7T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13D7T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13D7T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13D7T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T10nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T10nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D7T10nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13D7T10nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13D7T10nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13D7T10nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13D7T10nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13D7T10nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13D7T10nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13D7T10nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13D7T10nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13D7T10nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D8T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D8T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D8T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13D8T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13D8T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13D8T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13D8T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13D8T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13D8T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13D8T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13D8T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13D8T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D8T02nx.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D8T02nx https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D8T02nx.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13D8T02nx/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13D8T02nx Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13D8T02nx. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13D8T02nx_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13D8T02nx_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13D8T02nx/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13D8T02nx.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13D8T02nx&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13D8T02nx
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D8T03aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D8T03aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D8T03aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13D8T03aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13D8T03aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13D8T03aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13D8T03aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13D8T03aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13D8T03aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13D8T03aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13D8T03aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13D8T03aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D8T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D8T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW13D8T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW13D8T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW13D8T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW13D8T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW13D8T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW13D8T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW13D8T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW13D8T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW13D8T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW13D8T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14B9M02bl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14B9M02bl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14B9M02bl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW14B9M02bl/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW14B9M02bl Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW14B9M02bl. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW14B9M02bl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW14B9M02bl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW14B9M02bl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW14B9M02bl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW14B9M02bl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW14B9M02bl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14B9T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14B9T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14B9T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW14B9T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW14B9T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW14B9T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW14B9T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW14B9T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW14B9T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW14B9T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW14B9T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW14B9T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14B9T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14B9T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14B9T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW14B9T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW14B9T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW14B9T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (8 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW14B9T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW14B9T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW14B9T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW14B9T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW14B9T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW14B9T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14D9T01wh.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14D9T01wh https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14D9T01wh.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW14D9T01wh/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW14D9T01wh Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW14D9T01wh. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (21 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW14D9T01wh_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW14D9T01wh_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW14D9T01wh/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW14D9T01wh.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW14D9T01wh&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW14D9T01wh
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14D9T03aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14D9T03aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14D9T03aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW14D9T03aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW14D9T03aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW14D9T03aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW14D9T03aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW14D9T03aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW14D9T03aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW14D9T03aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW14D9T03aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW14D9T03aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14D9T04aq.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14D9T04aq https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/ELW14D9T04aq.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/ELW14D9T04aq/ Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014, ELW14D9T04aq Oceanographic measurements obtained offshore of the Elwha River delta in coordination with the Elwha River Restoration Project, Washington, USA, 2010-2014 - ELW14D9T04aq. First Release: Aug 2017\nRevised: May 2018 (ver. 1.1)\n\nTime-series data of velocity, pressure, turbidity, conductivity, and temperature were collected near the mouth of the Elwha River, Washington, USA, from December 2010 through October 2014, for the Department of Interior's Elwha River Restoration project. As part of this project, the U.S. Geological Survey studied the effects of renewed sediment supplies on the coastal ecosystems before, during, and following the removal of two dams, Elwha and Glines Canyon, from the Elwha River. Removal of the dams reintroduced sediment stored in the reservoirs to the river, and the river moved much of this sediment to the coast. \n \nSeveral benthic tripods were instrumented with oceanographic sensors to collect the time-series data. Initial deployment in December 2010 consisted of one tripod about 1 km east of the Elwha River mouth (Tripod A). In March of 2011, an identical tripod (Tripod B) was placed about 1 km west of the river mouth. A mooring was added to the western site in July 2012 to measure turbidity and conductivity near the surface. A third tripod was placed in deeper water (50 m) directly offshore of the river mouth in an attempt to characterize sediment gravity flows near the seafloor if they occurred (Tripod C). Exceptional sedimentation was observed near the original tripod site A during the winter of 2013-2014. As a result, the tripod was relocated further east in April 2013 and renamed Tripod D.\n\nPlease check metadata and instrument information carefully for applicable time periods of specific data, as individual instrument deployment times and duration of the time series vary.\n\nThe naming convention for the Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) files included in this release is a 12-character alphanumeric code (ELWYYJKLNNXX.nc) where:\n\nELW is a 3-digit alphabetic-code for this experiment located at the mouth of the Elwha River\nYY is the 2 digit year at the time of deployment\nJ is the location with respect to the river mouth [A, East (December 2010 to April 2013); B, West; C, Offshore; D, East (April 2013 to March 2014)]\nK is the deployment number (1-9; beginning and ending dates of each deployment are given below)\nL is the instrument package type (T, tripod; M, surface mooring)\nNN indicates the position of instrument on the surface mooring (01, nearest the surface; NN increases with depth)\nXX denotes the instrument or data type (wh, RDInstruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) current data; wv, RDInstruments ADCP derived wave parameters; nx, Falmouth Scientific NXIC Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD); aq, Aquatec Aqualogger OBS; bl, RBR, Ltd CTD; sc, SeaBird Electonics SBE16+ CT)\n\nSome derived parameters are included in these data.\n\nDeployment dates:\n1. Dec 2010 to Mar 2011\n2. Mar 2011 to Sep 2011\n3. Sep 2011 to Mar 2012\n4. Mar 2012 to Aug 2012\n5. Aug 2012 to Jan 2013\n6. Jan 2013 to Jun 2013\n7. Jun 2013 to Dec 2013\n8. Dec 2013 to Mar 2014\n9. Mar 2014 to Oct 2014\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ELW14D9T04aq_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ELW14D9T04aq_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/ELW14D9T04aq/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CR5RW8 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/ELW14D9T04aq.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ELW14D9T04aq&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program ELW14D9T04aq
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-bel.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-bel https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-bel.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/pswl-bel/ PSWL Bellingham. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. PSWL Bellingham. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nboardbatt (Logger board battery voltage, V)\nboardtemp (Logger board temperature, degree_C)\npressure (Pressure of water at pressure transducer, kilopascal)\nconductivity (Sea Water Electrical Conductivity, uS cm-1)\ntemperature (Sea Water Temperature, degree_C)\nsalinity (Sea Water Practical Salinity, 1)\ndensity (Sea Water Density, kg m-3)\ng (Gravitational acceleration, m s-2)\ndepth (m)\nwaterlevel (Water level relative to NAVD88, m)\nlpwaterlevel (Low-pass filtered water level relative to NAVD88. 5th order Butterworth filter with cutoff frequency of 1/48h., m)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/pswl-bel_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/pswl-bel_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/pswl-bel/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/pswl-bel.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=pswl-bel&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey pswl-bel
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-edm.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-edm https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-edm.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/pswl-edm/ PSWL Edmonds. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. PSWL Edmonds. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\npressure (Pressure of water at pressure transducer, kilopascal)\ntemperature (Sea Water Temperature, degree_C)\nconductivity (Sea Water Electrical Conductivity, uS cm-1)\nboardbatt (Logger board battery voltage, V)\nboardtemp (Logger board temperature, degree_C)\nsalinity (Sea Water Practical Salinity, 1)\ndensity (Sea Water Density, kg m-3)\ng (Gravitational acceleration, m s-2)\ndepth (m)\nwaterlevel (Water level relative to NAVD88, m)\nlpwaterlevel (Low-pass filtered water level relative to NAVD88. 5th order Butterworth filter with cutoff frequency of 1/48h., m)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/pswl-edm_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/pswl-edm_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/pswl-edm/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/pswl-edm.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=pswl-edm&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey pswl-edm
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-hoo.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-hoo https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-hoo.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/pswl-hoo/ PSWL Hoodsport. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. PSWL Hoodsport. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nconductivity (Sea Water Electrical Conductivity, uS cm-1)\npressure (Pressure of water at pressure transducer, kilopascal)\ntemperature (Sea Water Temperature, degree_C)\ntimestamp (Seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00, s)\nsalinity (Sea Water Practical Salinity, 1)\ndensity (Sea Water Density, kg m-3)\ng (Gravitational acceleration, m s-2)\ndepth (m)\nwaterlevel (Water level relative to NAVD88, m)\nlpwaterlevel (Low-pass filtered water level relative to NAVD88. 5th order Butterworth filter with cutoff frequency of 1/48h., m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/pswl-hoo_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/pswl-hoo_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/pswl-hoo/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/pswl-hoo.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=pswl-hoo&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey pswl-hoo
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-lof.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-lof https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-lof.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/pswl-lof/ PSWL Lofall. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. PSWL Lofall. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\npressure (Pressure of water at pressure transducer, kilopascal)\ntemperature (Sea Water Temperature, degree_C)\nconductivity (Sea Water Electrical Conductivity, uS cm-1)\nboardbatt (Logger board battery voltage, V)\nboardtemp (Logger board temperature, degree_C)\nsalinity (Sea Water Practical Salinity, 1)\ndensity (Sea Water Density, kg m-3)\ng (Gravitational acceleration, m s-2)\ndepth (m)\nwaterlevel (Water level relative to NAVD88, m)\nlpwaterlevel (Low-pass filtered water level relative to NAVD88. 5th order Butterworth filter with cutoff frequency of 1/48h., m)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/pswl-lof_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/pswl-lof_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/pswl-lof/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/pswl-lof.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=pswl-lof&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey pswl-lof
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-oak.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-oak https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-oak.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/pswl-oak/ PSWL Oak Harbor. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. PSWL Oak Harbor. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\npressure (Pressure of water at pressure transducer, kilopascal)\ntemperature (Sea Water Temperature, degree_C)\nconductivity (Sea Water Electrical Conductivity, uS cm-1)\nboardbatt (Logger board battery voltage, V)\nboardtemp (Logger board temperature, degree_C)\nsalinity (Sea Water Practical Salinity, 1)\ndensity (Sea Water Density, kg m-3)\ng (Gravitational acceleration, m s-2)\ndepth (m)\nwaterlevel (Water level relative to NAVD88, m)\nlpwaterlevel (Low-pass filtered water level relative to NAVD88. 5th order Butterworth filter with cutoff frequency of 1/48h., m)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/pswl-oak_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/pswl-oak_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/pswl-oak/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/pswl-oak.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=pswl-oak&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey pswl-oak
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-oly.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-oly https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-oly.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/pswl-oly/ PSWL Olympia. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. PSWL Olympia. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntimestamp (Seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00, s)\ntemperature (Sea Water Temperature, degree_C)\ndepthtmp (Depth)\npressure (Pressure of water at pressure transducer, kilopascal)\nconductivity (Sea Water Electrical Conductivity, uS cm-1)\nsalinity (Sea Water Practical Salinity, 1)\ndensity (Sea Water Density, kg m-3)\ng (Gravitational acceleration, m s-2)\ndepth (m)\nwaterlevel (Water level relative to NAVD88, m)\nlpwaterlevel (Low-pass filtered water level relative to NAVD88. 5th order Butterworth filter with cutoff frequency of 1/48h., m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/pswl-oly_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/pswl-oly_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/pswl-oly/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/pswl-oly.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=pswl-oly&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey pswl-oly
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-ste.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-ste https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/pswl-ste.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/pswl-ste/ PSWL Steilacoom. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. PSWL Steilacoom. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\npressure (Pressure of water at pressure transducer, kilopascal)\ntemperature (Sea Water Temperature, degree_C)\nconductivity (Sea Water Electrical Conductivity, uS cm-1)\nboardbatt (Logger board battery voltage, V)\nboardtemp (Logger board temperature, degree_C)\nsalinity (Sea Water Practical Salinity, 1)\ndensity (Sea Water Density, kg m-3)\ng (Gravitational acceleration, m s-2)\ndepth (m)\nwaterlevel (Water level relative to NAVD88, m)\nlpwaterlevel (Low-pass filtered water level relative to NAVD88. 5th order Butterworth filter with cutoff frequency of 1/48h., m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/pswl-ste_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/pswl-ste_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/pswl-ste/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/pswl-ste.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=pswl-ste&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey pswl-ste
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/barometricPressure-Dorado.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/barometricPressure-Dorado https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/barometricPressure-Dorado.graph STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nunits\nvalue\nunit_type\ndata_type_name\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/barometricPressure-Dorado_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/barometricPressure-Dorado_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/barometricPressure-Dorado/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/barometricPressure-Dorado.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=barometricPressure-Dorado&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey barometricPressure-Dorado
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/barometricPressure-IslaVerde.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/barometricPressure-IslaVerde https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/barometricPressure-IslaVerde.graph STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nunits\nvalue\nunit_type\ndata_type_name\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/barometricPressure-IslaVerde_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/barometricPressure-IslaVerde_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/barometricPressure-IslaVerde/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/barometricPressure-IslaVerde.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=barometricPressure-IslaVerde&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey barometricPressure-IslaVerde
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/barometricPressure-MadBeach.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/barometricPressure-MadBeach https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/barometricPressure-MadBeach.graph STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nunits\nvalue\nunit_type\ndata_type_name\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/barometricPressure-MadBeach_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/barometricPressure-MadBeach_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/barometricPressure-MadBeach/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/barometricPressure-MadBeach.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=barometricPressure-MadBeach&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey barometricPressure-MadBeach
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/Dorado.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/Dorado https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/Dorado.graph STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. STP Spotter Buoy SPOT-30030R. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nmeanpressure (Mean Pressure)\nstdevpressure (Standard Deviation Pressure)\nmeantemperature (Mean Temperature)\ntemperature\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Dorado_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Dorado_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/Dorado/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/Dorado.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Dorado&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey Dorado
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/IslaVerde.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/IslaVerde https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/IslaVerde.graph STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. STP Spotter Buoy SPOT-30030R. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nmeanpressure (Mean Pressure)\nstdevpressure (Standard Deviation Pressure)\nmeantemperature (Mean Temperature)\ntemperature\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/IslaVerde_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/IslaVerde_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/IslaVerde/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/IslaVerde.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=IslaVerde&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey IslaVerde
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/MadBeach.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/MadBeach https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/MadBeach.graph STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. STP Spotter Buoy SPOT-1353. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nmeanpressure (Mean Pressure)\nstdevpressure (Standard Deviation Pressure)\nmeantemperature (Mean Temperature)\ntemperature\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/MadBeach_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/MadBeach_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/MadBeach/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/MadBeach.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=MadBeach&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey MadBeach
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-Dorado.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-Dorado https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-Dorado.graph STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsignificantWaveHeight (Sea Surface Wave Significant Height)\npeakPeriod (Peak Period)\nmeanPeriod (Mean Period)\npeakDirection (Peak Direction)\npeakDirectionalSpread (Peak Directional Spread)\nmeanDirection (Mean Direction)\nmeanDirectionalSpread (Mean Directional Spread)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/waves-Dorado_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/waves-Dorado_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/waves-Dorado/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/waves-Dorado.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=waves-Dorado&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey waves-Dorado
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-IslaVerde.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-IslaVerde https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-IslaVerde.graph STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsignificantWaveHeight (Sea Surface Wave Significant Height)\npeakPeriod (Peak Period)\nmeanPeriod (Mean Period)\npeakDirection (Peak Direction)\npeakDirectionalSpread (Peak Directional Spread)\nmeanDirection (Mean Direction)\nmeanDirectionalSpread (Mean Directional Spread)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/waves-IslaVerde_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/waves-IslaVerde_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/waves-IslaVerde/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/waves-IslaVerde.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=waves-IslaVerde&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey waves-IslaVerde
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-MadBeach.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-MadBeach https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-MadBeach.graph STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsignificantWaveHeight (Sea Surface Wave Significant Height)\npeakPeriod (Peak Period)\nmeanPeriod (Mean Period)\npeakDirection (Peak Direction)\npeakDirectionalSpread (Peak Directional Spread)\nmeanDirection (Mean Direction)\nmeanDirectionalSpread (Mean Directional Spread)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/waves-MadBeach_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/waves-MadBeach_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/waves-MadBeach/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/waves-MadBeach.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=waves-MadBeach&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey waves-MadBeach
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/wind-Dorado.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/wind-Dorado https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/wind-Dorado.graph STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nspeed\ndirection\nseasurfaceId (Seasurface Id)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/wind-Dorado_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/wind-Dorado_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/wind-Dorado/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/wind-Dorado.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=wind-Dorado&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey wind-Dorado
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/wind-IslaVerde.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/wind-IslaVerde https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/wind-IslaVerde.graph STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nspeed\ndirection\nseasurfaceId (Seasurface Id)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/wind-IslaVerde_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/wind-IslaVerde_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/wind-IslaVerde/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/wind-IslaVerde.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=wind-IslaVerde&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey wind-IslaVerde
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/wind-MadBeach.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/wind-MadBeach https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/wind-MadBeach.graph STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. STP Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nspeed\ndirection\nseasurfaceId (Seasurface Id)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/wind-MadBeach_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/wind-MadBeach_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/wind-MadBeach/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/wind-MadBeach.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=wind-MadBeach&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey wind-MadBeach
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM01ct.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM01ct https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM01ct.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17HWM01ct/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17HWM01ct Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17HWM01ct. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nC_51 (CONDUCTIVITY, S/m)\nS_41 (SALINITY (PSU), PSU)\nST_70 (SIGMA-T (KG/M**3), kg m-3)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17HWM01ct_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17HWM01ct_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17HWM01ct/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17HWM01ct.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17HWM01ct&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17HWM01ct
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https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM07tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM07tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM07tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17HWM07tl/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17HWM07tl Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17HWM07tl. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17HWM07tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17HWM07tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17HWM07tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17HWM07tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17HWM07tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17HWM07tl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM08tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM08tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM08tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17HWM08tl/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17HWM08tl Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17HWM08tl. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17HWM08tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17HWM08tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17HWM08tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17HWM08tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17HWM08tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17HWM08tl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM09tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM09tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM09tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17HWM09tl/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17HWM09tl Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17HWM09tl. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17HWM09tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17HWM09tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17HWM09tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17HWM09tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17HWM09tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17HWM09tl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM10tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM10tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWM10tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17HWM10tl/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17HWM10tl Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17HWM10tl. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17HWM10tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17HWM10tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17HWM10tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17HWM10tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17HWM10tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17HWM10tl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWP02vec-s.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWP02vec-s https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWP02vec-s.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17HWP02vec-s/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17HWP02vec-s Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17HWP02vec-s. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nburst (Burst Number, 1)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nu_1205 (Eastward Velocity, cm/s)\nv_1206 (Northward Velocity, cm/s)\nw_1204 (Vertical Velocity, cm/s)\nP_4023 (AVERAGE BURST PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nSDP_850 (STAND. DEV. (PRESS), dbar)\nAGC1_1221 (Average Echo Intensity (AGC) Beam 1, count)\nAGC2_1222 (Average Echo Intensity (AGC) Beam 1, count)\nAGC3_1223 (Average Echo Intensity (AGC) Beam 1, count)\nCOR1_1285 (Beam 1 Correlation, percent)\nCOR2_1286 (Beam 2 Correlation, percent)\nCOR3_1287 (Beam 3 Correlation, percent)\nbrange (Sensor Range to Boundary, m)\nvrange (Volume Range to Boundary, m)\nUSTD_4097 (Mean east Velocity, cm/s)\nVSTD_4098 (Mean north Velocity, cm/s)\n... (14 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17HWP02vec-s_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17HWP02vec-s_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17HWP02vec-s/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17HWP02vec-s.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17HWP02vec-s&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17HWP02vec-s
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWP03ct.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWP03ct https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17HWP03ct.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17HWP03ct/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17HWP03ct Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17HWP03ct. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nC_51 (CONDUCTIVITY, S/m)\nS_41 (SALINITY (PSU), PSU)\nST_70 (SIGMA-T (KG/M**3), kg m-3)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17HWP03ct_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17HWP03ct_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17HWP03ct/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17HWP03ct.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17HWP03ct&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17HWP03ct
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0303rbr-wvs.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0303rbr-wvs https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0303rbr-wvs.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17S0303rbr-wvs/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17S0303rbr-wvs Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17S0303rbr-wvs. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nburst (Burst Number, 1)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nTs (Significant Wave Period (Ts) (s), s)\nHavg (Mean 1/3 Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_4060 (Mean Wave Period (s), s)\nmwh_4064 (Maximum Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_peak (Peak Wave Period (s), s)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nT10 (Mean 1/10 Period (T10) (s), s)\nhght_18 (Height of the Sea Surface (m), m)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17S0303rbr-wvs_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17S0303rbr-wvs_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17S0303rbr-wvs/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17S0303rbr-wvs.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17S0303rbr-wvs&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17S0303rbr-wvs
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0503rbr-wvs.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0503rbr-wvs https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0503rbr-wvs.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17S0503rbr-wvs/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17S0503rbr-wvs Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17S0503rbr-wvs. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nburst (Burst Number, 1)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nTs (Significant Wave Period (Ts) (s), s)\nHavg (Mean 1/3 Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_4060 (Mean Wave Period (s), s)\nmwh_4064 (Maximum Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_peak (Peak Wave Period (s), s)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nT10 (Mean 1/10 Period (T10) (s), s)\nhght_18 (Height of the Sea Surface (m), m)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17S0503rbr-wvs_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17S0503rbr-wvs_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17S0503rbr-wvs/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17S0503rbr-wvs.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17S0503rbr-wvs&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17S0503rbr-wvs
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0603rbr-wvs.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0603rbr-wvs https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0603rbr-wvs.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17S0603rbr-wvs/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17S0603rbr-wvs Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17S0603rbr-wvs. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nburst (Burst Number, 1)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nTs (Significant Wave Period (Ts) (s), s)\nHavg (Mean 1/3 Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_4060 (Mean Wave Period (s), s)\nmwh_4064 (Maximum Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_peak (Peak Wave Period (s), s)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nT10 (Mean 1/10 Period (T10) (s), s)\nhght_18 (Height of the Sea Surface (m), m)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17S0603rbr-wvs_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17S0603rbr-wvs_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17S0603rbr-wvs/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17S0603rbr-wvs.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17S0603rbr-wvs&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17S0603rbr-wvs
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0703rbr-wvs.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0703rbr-wvs https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0703rbr-wvs.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17S0703rbr-wvs/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17S0703rbr-wvs Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17S0703rbr-wvs. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nburst (Burst Number, 1)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nTs (Significant Wave Period (Ts) (s), s)\nHavg (Mean 1/3 Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_4060 (Mean Wave Period (s), s)\nmwh_4064 (Maximum Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_peak (Peak Wave Period (s), s)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nT10 (Mean 1/10 Period (T10) (s), s)\nhght_18 (Height of the Sea Surface (m), m)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17S0703rbr-wvs_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17S0703rbr-wvs_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17S0703rbr-wvs/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17S0703rbr-wvs.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17S0703rbr-wvs&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17S0703rbr-wvs
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0803rbr-wvs.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0803rbr-wvs https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S0803rbr-wvs.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17S0803rbr-wvs/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17S0803rbr-wvs Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17S0803rbr-wvs. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nburst (Burst Number, 1)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nTs (Significant Wave Period (Ts) (s), s)\nHavg (Mean 1/3 Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_4060 (Mean Wave Period (s), s)\nmwh_4064 (Maximum Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_peak (Peak Wave Period (s), s)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nT10 (Mean 1/10 Period (T10) (s), s)\nhght_18 (Height of the Sea Surface (m), m)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17S0803rbr-wvs_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17S0803rbr-wvs_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17S0803rbr-wvs/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17S0803rbr-wvs.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17S0803rbr-wvs&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17S0803rbr-wvs
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S1003rbr-wvs.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S1003rbr-wvs https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S1003rbr-wvs.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17S1003rbr-wvs/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17S1003rbr-wvs Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17S1003rbr-wvs. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nburst (Burst Number, 1)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nTs (Significant Wave Period (Ts) (s), s)\nHavg (Mean 1/3 Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_4060 (Mean Wave Period (s), s)\nmwh_4064 (Maximum Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_peak (Peak Wave Period (s), s)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nT10 (Mean 1/10 Period (T10) (s), s)\nhght_18 (Height of the Sea Surface (m), m)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17S1003rbr-wvs_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17S1003rbr-wvs_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17S1003rbr-wvs/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17S1003rbr-wvs.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17S1003rbr-wvs&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17S1003rbr-wvs
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S1103rbr-wvs.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S1103rbr-wvs https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S1103rbr-wvs.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17S1103rbr-wvs/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17S1103rbr-wvs Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17S1103rbr-wvs. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nburst (Burst Number, 1)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nTs (Significant Wave Period (Ts) (s), s)\nHavg (Mean 1/3 Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_4060 (Mean Wave Period (s), s)\nmwh_4064 (Maximum Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_peak (Peak Wave Period (s), s)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nT10 (Mean 1/10 Period (T10) (s), s)\nhght_18 (Height of the Sea Surface (m), m)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17S1103rbr-wvs_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17S1103rbr-wvs_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17S1103rbr-wvs/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17S1103rbr-wvs.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17S1103rbr-wvs&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17S1103rbr-wvs
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S1201awWVS-p.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S1201awWVS-p https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17S1201awWVS-p.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17S1201awWVS-p/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17S1201awWVS-p Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17S1201awWVS-p. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nH3 (Mean 1/3 Wave Height (m), m)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_4060 (Mean Wave Period (s), s)\nTz (Mean Wave Zero Crossing Period (s), s)\nmwh_4064 (Maximum Wave Height (m), m)\nhght_18 (Height of the Sea Surface (m), m)\nwp_peak (Peak Wave Period (s), s)\nwvdir (Peak Wave Direction (degrees true North), degrees T)\nmwvdir (Mean Wave Direction (degrees true North), degrees T)\nSpr1 (Directional Spreading (degrees), degrees T)\nCS_300 (CURRENT SPEED (CM/S) of surface track cell, cm s-1)\nCD_310 (CURRENT DIRECTION (T) of surface track cell, degrees)\nHmean (Mean Wave Height (m), m)\nT3 (Mean 1/3 Period (T3) (s), s)\nT10 (Mean 1/10 Period (T10) (s), s)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17S1201awWVS-p_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17S1201awWVS-p_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17S1201awWVS-p/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17S1201awWVS-p.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17S1201awWVS-p&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17S1201awWVS-p
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17SBM01tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17SBM01tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17SBM01tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17SBM01tl/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17SBM01tl Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17SBM01tl. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17SBM01tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17SBM01tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17SBM01tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17SBM01tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17SBM01tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17SBM01tl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17SBM02tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17SBM02tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17SBM02tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17SBM02tl/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17SBM02tl Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17SBM02tl. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17SBM02tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17SBM02tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17SBM02tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17SBM02tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17SBM02tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17SBM02tl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17SBT03rbr-wvs.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17SBT03rbr-wvs https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17SBT03rbr-wvs.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17SBT03rbr-wvs/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17SBT03rbr-wvs Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17SBT03rbr-wvs. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nburst (Burst Number, 1)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nTs (Significant Wave Period (Ts) (s), s)\nHavg (Mean 1/3 Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_4060 (Mean Wave Period (s), s)\nmwh_4064 (Maximum Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_peak (Peak Wave Period (s), s)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nT10 (Mean 1/10 Period (T10) (s), s)\nhght_18 (Height of the Sea Surface (m), m)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17SBT03rbr-wvs_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17SBT03rbr-wvs_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17SBT03rbr-wvs/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17SBT03rbr-wvs.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17SBT03rbr-wvs&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17SBT03rbr-wvs
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17SBT03tl.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17SBT03tl https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/PRI17SBT03tl.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/PRI17SBT03tl/ Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment, PRI17SBT03tl Time series data of oceanographic conditions from La Parguera, Puerto Rico, 2017-2018 Coral Reef Circulation and Sediment Dynamics Experiment - PRI17SBT03tl. Time-series data of water surface elevation, waves, currents, temperature, and salinity collected between 17 May 2017 and 17 Jan 2018 off the southwest coast of Puerto Rico in support of a study on circulation and sediment transport dynamics over coral reefs. The data are available in Network Common Data Format (NetCDF) format, grouped together in zip files by instrument site location. A README.txt file details the files contained within each zip, including the file names, type of data collected, instrument that collected the data, depth, and start and end dates/times.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/PRI17SBT03tl_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/PRI17SBT03tl_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/PRI17SBT03tl/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P9IXOHID (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/PRI17SBT03tl.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=PRI17SBT03tl&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program PRI17SBT03tl
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/Gulf-of-Mexico-C12-OCSv3-Data-10252018-to-01292020.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/Gulf-of-Mexico-C12-OCSv3-Data-10252018-to-01292020 https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/Gulf-of-Mexico-C12-OCSv3-Data-10252018-to-01292020.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/Gulf-of-Mexico-C12-OCSv3-Data-10252018-to-01292020/ Time series of carbonate system parameters in Eastern Gulf of Mexico near Tampa Bay, Florida, USA, Gulf-of-Mexico-C12-OCSv3-Data-10252018-to-01292020 Time series of carbonate system parameters in Eastern Gulf of Mexico near Tampa Bay, Florida, USA - Gulf-of-Mexico-C12-OCSv3-Data-10252018-to-01292020. This data set contains time series measurements of carbonate system parameters including water temperature (°C), pressure (dbars), salinity, pHT (pH on the total scale), carbon dioxide (ppm), dissolved oxygen (milligrams/L), and photosynthetically active radiation (microEinsteins). These data were collected in the eastern Gulf of Mexico near Tampa Bay, Florida, at the University of South Florida Coastal Ocean and Monitoring Prediction System (COMPS) Buoy C12 by the U.S. Geological Survey (United States Geological Survey (USGS)) St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center using an autonomous instrument package called the Ocean Carbon System version 3 (OCSv3). The OCSv3 consists of four sensors integrated using a Sea-Bird Stor-X data logger including a Sea-Bird SeapHOx pH sensor, a Sea-Bird SBE 37-SMP-ODO MicroCAT C-T-ODO (P) Recorder, a Pro-Oceanus CO2-Pro CV sensor, and a Wetlabs Eco-Photosynthetically Available Radiation (PAR) sensor. Each parameter was measured hourly over multiple twenty-four hour time periods, ranging from weeks to months.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nTW_C (Sea Water Temperature, degree_C)\nQF_TW (A numeric value that indicates the quality of the reported data)\nPRESS_dbar (Sea Water Pressure, dbar)\nQF_PRESS (A numeric value that indicates the quality of the reported data)\nSALINITY (Sea Water Practical Salinity, PSU)\nQF_SALINITY (A numeric value that indicates the quality of the reported data)\npHT (Sea Water Ph Reported On Total Scale, 1)\nQF_pHT (A numeric value that indicates the quality of the reported data)\nCO2ppm (concentration of CO2 in parts per million by volume., ppm)\nQF_CO2 (A numeric value that indicates the quality of the reported data)\nPRESIRGA_mbar (pressure in the sampling chamber of the infrared gas analyzer of the CO2 sensor, mbar)\nQF_PRESIRGA (A numeric value that indicates the quality of the reported data)\nOXYGEN_mg_L (Mass Concentration Of Oxygen In Sea Water, mg L-1)\nQF_OXYGEN (A numeric value that indicates the quality of the reported data)\n... (5 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Gulf-of-Mexico-C12-OCSv3-Data-10252018-to-01292020_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Gulf-of-Mexico-C12-OCSv3-Data-10252018-to-01292020_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/Gulf-of-Mexico-C12-OCSv3-Data-10252018-to-01292020/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/P91T185R (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/Gulf-of-Mexico-C12-OCSv3-Data-10252018-to-01292020.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Gulf-of-Mexico-C12-OCSv3-Data-10252018-to-01292020&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program Gulf-of-Mexico-C12-OCSv3-Data-10252018-to-01292020
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/NMB14M1T01awWvs-p.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/NMB14M1T01awWvs-p https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/NMB14M1T01awWvs-p.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/NMB14M1T01awWvs-p/ Time-Series data on currents, waves and sediment transport off Santa Cruz, CA, 2014-2015: Site M1T Time-Series data on currents, waves and sediment transport off Santa Cruz, CA, 2014-2015: Site M1T\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nTz (Mean Wave Zero Crossing Period (s), s)\nwp_peak (Peak Wave Period (s), s)\nHmean (Mean Wave Height (m), m)\nz (Height)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/NMB14M1T01awWvs-p_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/NMB14M1T01awWvs-p_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/NMB14M1T01awWvs-p/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F71C1W36 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/NMB14M1T01awWvs-p.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=NMB14M1T01awWvs-p&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program NMB14M1T01awWvs-p
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/NMB15M1T03aqd.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/NMB15M1T03aqd https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/NMB15M1T03aqd.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/NMB15M1T03aqd/ Time-Series data on currents, waves and sediment transport off Santa Cruz, CA, 2014-2015: Site M1T Time-Series data on currents, waves and sediment transport off Santa Cruz, CA, 2014-2015: Site M1T\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\nz (mean water depth, m)\nu_1205 (Eastward Velocity, cm/s)\nv_1206 (Northward Velocity, cm/s)\nw_1204 (Vertical Velocity, cm/s)\nP_4023 (AVERAGE BURST PRESSURE   , dbar)\nHdg_1215 (INST Heading             , degrees)\nPtch_1216 (INST Pitch             , degrees)\nRoll_1217 (INST Roll             , degrees)\nTrb1_980 (TURBIDITY (NTU), NTU)\nfeature_type_instance\nprofile_index\ndepth (m)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/NMB15M1T03aqd_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/NMB15M1T03aqd_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/NMB15M1T03aqd/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F71C1W36 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/NMB15M1T03aqd.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=NMB15M1T03aqd&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program NMB15M1T03aqd
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/NMB14SCW01rbrWvs-p.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/NMB14SCW01rbrWvs-p https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/NMB14SCW01rbrWvs-p.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/NMB14SCW01rbrWvs-p/ Time-Series data on currents, waves and sediment transport off Santa Cruz, CA, 2014-2015: Site Santa Cruz Wharf Time-Series data on currents, waves and sediment transport off Santa Cruz, CA, 2014-2015: Site Santa Cruz Wharf\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_peak (Peak Wave Period (s), s)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nz (Height)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/NMB14SCW01rbrWvs-p_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/NMB14SCW01rbrWvs-p_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/NMB14SCW01rbrWvs-p/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F71C1W36 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/NMB14SCW01rbrWvs-p.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=NMB14SCW01rbrWvs-p&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program NMB14SCW01rbrWvs-p
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/NMB15SCW01rbrWvs-p.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/NMB15SCW01rbrWvs-p https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/NMB15SCW01rbrWvs-p.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/NMB15SCW01rbrWvs-p/ Time-Series data on currents, waves and sediment transport off Santa Cruz, CA, 2014-2015: Site Santa Cruz Wharf Time-Series data on currents, waves and sediment transport off Santa Cruz, CA, 2014-2015: Site Santa Cruz Wharf\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_peak (Peak Wave Period (s), s)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nz (Height)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/NMB15SCW01rbrWvs-p_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/NMB15SCW01rbrWvs-p_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/NMB15SCW01rbrWvs-p/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F71C1W36 (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/NMB15SCW01rbrWvs-p.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=NMB15SCW01rbrWvs-p&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program NMB15SCW01rbrWvs-p
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0A01aw.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0A01aw https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0A01aw.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M0A01aw/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M0A01aw Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M0A01aw. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nu_1205 (Eastward Velocity, cm/s)\nv_1206 (Northward Velocity, cm/s)\nw_1204 (Vertical Velocity, cm/s)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nTx_1211 (instrument Transducer Temp., degree_C)\nAGC_1202 (Average Echo Intensity (AGC), count)\nHdg_1215 (INST Heading, degrees)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M0A01aw_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M0A01aw_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M0A01aw/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M0A01aw.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M0A01aw&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M0A01aw
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0A01awWvs.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0A01awWvs https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0A01awWvs.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M0A01awWvs/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M0A01awWvs Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M0A01awWvs. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nH3 (Mean 1/3 Wave Height (m), m)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_4060 (Mean Wave Period (s), s)\nTz (Mean Wave Zero Crossing Period (s), s)\nmwh_4064 (Maximum Wave Height (m), m)\n... (19 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M0A01awWvs_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M0A01awWvs_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M0A01awWvs/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M0A01awWvs.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M0A01awWvs&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M0A01awWvs
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0B01aw.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0B01aw https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0B01aw.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M0B01aw/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M0B01aw Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M0B01aw. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nu_1205 (Eastward Velocity, cm/s)\nv_1206 (Northward Velocity, cm/s)\nw_1204 (Vertical Velocity, cm/s)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nTx_1211 (instrument Transducer Temp., degree_C)\nAGC_1202 (Average Echo Intensity (AGC), count)\nHdg_1215 (INST Heading, degrees)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M0B01aw_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M0B01aw_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M0B01aw/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M0B01aw.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M0B01aw&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M0B01aw
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0B01awWvs.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0B01awWvs https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0B01awWvs.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M0B01awWvs/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M0B01awWvs Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M0B01awWvs. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nH3 (Mean 1/3 Wave Height (m), m)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_4060 (Mean Wave Period (s), s)\nTz (Mean Wave Zero Crossing Period (s), s)\nmwh_4064 (Maximum Wave Height (m), m)\n... (19 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M0B01awWvs_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M0B01awWvs_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M0B01awWvs/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M0B01awWvs.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M0B01awWvs&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M0B01awWvs
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0C01aw.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0C01aw https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0C01aw.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M0C01aw/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M0C01aw Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M0C01aw. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nu_1205 (Eastward Velocity, cm/s)\nv_1206 (Northward Velocity, cm/s)\nw_1204 (Vertical Velocity, cm/s)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nTx_1211 (instrument Transducer Temp., degree_C)\nAGC_1202 (Average Echo Intensity (AGC), count)\nHdg_1215 (INST Heading, degrees)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M0C01aw_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M0C01aw_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M0C01aw/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M0C01aw.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M0C01aw&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M0C01aw
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0C01awWvs.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0C01awWvs https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M0C01awWvs.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M0C01awWvs/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M0C01awWvs Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M0C01awWvs. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height (m), m)\nH3 (Mean 1/3 Wave Height (m), m)\nH10 (Mean 1/10 Wave Height (m), m)\nwp_4060 (Mean Wave Period (s), s)\nTz (Mean Wave Zero Crossing Period (s), s)\nmwh_4064 (Maximum Wave Height (m), m)\n... (19 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M0C01awWvs_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M0C01awWvs_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M0C01awWvs/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M0C01awWvs.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M0C01awWvs&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M0C01awWvs
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A01tu.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A01tu https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A01tu.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M1A01tu/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M1A01tu Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M1A01tu. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nTrb_980 (TURBIDITY (NTU), NTU)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M1A01tu_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M1A01tu_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M1A01tu/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M1A01tu.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M1A01tu&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M1A01tu
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A02pt.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A02pt https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A02pt.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M1A02pt/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M1A02pt Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M1A02pt. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndepth (depth of sensor below mean water level, m)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M1A02pt_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M1A02pt_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M1A02pt/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M1A02pt.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M1A02pt&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M1A02pt
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A05tu.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A05tu https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A05tu.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M1A05tu/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M1A05tu Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M1A05tu. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nTrb_980 (TURBIDITY (NTU), NTU)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M1A05tu_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M1A05tu_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M1A05tu/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M1A05tu.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M1A05tu&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M1A05tu
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A06cttu.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A06cttu https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A06cttu.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M1A06cttu/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M1A06cttu Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M1A06cttu. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nC_51 (CONDUCTIVITY, S/m)\nS_41 (SALINITY (PSU), PSU)\nST_70 (SIGMA-T (KG/M**3), kg m-3)\nNEP_56 (BACKSCATTER INTENSITY, volts)\nTrb_980 (TURBIDITY (NTU), NTU)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M1A06cttu_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M1A06cttu_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M1A06cttu/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M1A06cttu.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M1A06cttu&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M1A06cttu
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A08aqd.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A08aqd https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1A08aqd.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M1A08aqd/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M1A08aqd Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M1A08aqd. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nbindist (distance from transducer head, m)\nu_1205 (Eastward Velocity, cm/s)\nv_1206 (Northward Velocity, cm/s)\nw_1204 (Vertical Velocity, cm/s)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nTx_1211 (instrument Transducer Temp., degree_C)\nAGC_1202 (Average Echo Intensity (AGC), count)\n... (5 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M1A08aqd_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M1A08aqd_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M1A08aqd/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M1A08aqd.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M1A08aqd&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M1A08aqd
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1B01pt.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1B01pt https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1B01pt.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M1B01pt/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M1B01pt Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M1B01pt. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndepth (depth of sensor below mean water level, m)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M1B01pt_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M1B01pt_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M1B01pt/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M1B01pt.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M1B01pt&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M1B01pt
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1B03ct.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1B03ct https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1B03ct.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M1B03ct/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M1B03ct Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M1B03ct. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndepth (depth of sensor below mean water level, m)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nC_51 (CONDUCTIVITY, S/m)\nS_41 (SALINITY (PSU), PSU)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M1B03ct_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M1B03ct_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M1B03ct/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M1B03ct.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M1B03ct&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M1B03ct
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1B04tu.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1B04tu https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1B04tu.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M1B04tu/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M1B04tu Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M1B04tu. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nNEP_56 (BACKSCATTER INTENSITY, volts)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M1B04tu_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M1B04tu_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M1B04tu/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M1B04tu.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M1B04tu&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M1B04tu
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C01tu.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C01tu https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C01tu.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M1C01tu/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M1C01tu Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M1C01tu. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nTrb_980 (TURBIDITY (NTU), NTU)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M1C01tu_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M1C01tu_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M1C01tu/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M1C01tu.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M1C01tu&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M1C01tu
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C02pt.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C02pt https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C02pt.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M1C02pt/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M1C02pt Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M1C02pt. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndepth (depth of sensor below mean water level, m)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M1C02pt_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M1C02pt_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M1C02pt/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M1C02pt.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M1C02pt&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M1C02pt
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C06tu.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C06tu https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C06tu.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M1C06tu/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M1C06tu Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M1C06tu. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nTrb_980 (TURBIDITY (NTU), NTU)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M1C06tu_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M1C06tu_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M1C06tu/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M1C06tu.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M1C06tu&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M1C06tu
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C08ct.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C08ct https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C08ct.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M1C08ct/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M1C08ct Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M1C08ct. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndepth (depth of sensor below mean water level, m)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nC_51 (CONDUCTIVITY, S/m)\nS_41 (SALINITY (PSU), PSU)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M1C08ct_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M1C08ct_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M1C08ct/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M1C08ct.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M1C08ct&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M1C08ct
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C10aqd.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C10aqd https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M1C10aqd.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M1C10aqd/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M1C10aqd Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M1C10aqd. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nbindist (distance from transducer head, m)\nu_1205 (Eastward Velocity, cm/s)\nv_1206 (Northward Velocity, cm/s)\nw_1204 (Vertical Velocity, cm/s)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nTx_1211 (instrument Transducer Temp., degree_C)\nAGC_1202 (Average Echo Intensity (AGC), count)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M1C10aqd_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M1C10aqd_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M1C10aqd/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M1C10aqd.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M1C10aqd&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M1C10aqd
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2A02tu.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2A02tu https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2A02tu.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M2A02tu/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M2A02tu Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M2A02tu. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nNEP_56 (BACKSCATTER INTENSITY, volts)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M2A02tu_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M2A02tu_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M2A02tu/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M2A02tu.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M2A02tu&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M2A02tu
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2A03ctd.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2A03ctd https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2A03ctd.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M2A03ctd/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M2A03ctd Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M2A03ctd. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndepth (depth of sensor below mean water level, m)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nC_51 (CONDUCTIVITY, S/m)\nS_41 (SALINITY (PSU), PSU)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nST_70 (SIGMA-T (KG/M**3), kg m-3)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M2A03ctd_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M2A03ctd_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M2A03ctd/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M2A03ctd.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M2A03ctd&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M2A03ctd
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2B02tu.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2B02tu https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2B02tu.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M2B02tu/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M2B02tu Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M2B02tu. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nNEP_56 (BACKSCATTER INTENSITY, volts)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M2B02tu_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M2B02tu_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M2B02tu/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M2B02tu.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M2B02tu&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M2B02tu
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2B03ctd.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2B03ctd https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2B03ctd.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M2B03ctd/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M2B03ctd Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M2B03ctd. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndepth (depth of sensor below mean water level, m)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nC_51 (CONDUCTIVITY, S/m)\nS_41 (SALINITY (PSU), PSU)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nST_70 (SIGMA-T (KG/M**3), kg m-3)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M2B03ctd_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M2B03ctd_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M2B03ctd/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M2B03ctd.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M2B03ctd&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M2B03ctd
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2C02tu.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2C02tu https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2C02tu.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M2C02tu/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M2C02tu Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M2C02tu. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nNEP_56 (BACKSCATTER INTENSITY, volts)\ntran_4010 (TRANSMISSION (VOLTS), volts)\nATTN_55 (ATTENUATION, m-1)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M2C02tu_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M2C02tu_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M2C02tu/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M2C02tu.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M2C02tu&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M2C02tu
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2C03ctd.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2C03ctd https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M2C03ctd.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M2C03ctd/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M2C03ctd Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M2C03ctd. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndepth (depth of sensor below mean water level, m)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nSpC_48 (Specific Conductance, mS/cm)\nS_41 (SALINITY (PSU), PSU)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M2C03ctd_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M2C03ctd_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M2C03ctd/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M2C03ctd.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M2C03ctd&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M2C03ctd
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3A02tu.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3A02tu https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3A02tu.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M3A02tu/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M3A02tu Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M3A02tu. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\ntran_4010 (TRANSMISSION (VOLTS), volts)\nATTN_55 (ATTENUATION, m-1)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M3A02tu_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M3A02tu_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M3A02tu/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M3A02tu.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M3A02tu&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M3A02tu
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3A03ct.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3A03ct https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3A03ct.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M3A03ct/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M3A03ct Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M3A03ct. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndepth (depth of sensor below mean water level, m)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nC_51 (CONDUCTIVITY, S/m)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M3A03ct_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M3A03ct_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M3A03ct/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M3A03ct.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M3A03ct&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M3A03ct
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3A04aqd.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3A04aqd https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3A04aqd.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M3A04aqd/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M3A04aqd Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M3A04aqd. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nbindist (distance from transducer head, m)\nu_1205 (Eastward Velocity, cm/s)\nv_1206 (Northward Velocity, cm/s)\nw_1204 (Vertical Velocity, cm/s)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nTx_1211 (instrument Transducer Temp., degree_C)\nAGC_1202 (Average Echo Intensity (AGC), count)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M3A04aqd_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M3A04aqd_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M3A04aqd/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M3A04aqd.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M3A04aqd&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M3A04aqd
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3B02tu.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3B02tu https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3B02tu.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M3B02tu/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M3B02tu Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M3B02tu. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\ntran_4010 (TRANSMISSION (VOLTS), volts)\nATTN_55 (ATTENUATION, m-1)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M3B02tu_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M3B02tu_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M3B02tu/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M3B02tu.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M3B02tu&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M3B02tu
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3B03ct.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3B03ct https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3B03ct.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M3B03ct/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M3B03ct Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M3B03ct. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nC_51 (CONDUCTIVITY, S/m)\nS_41 (SALINITY (PSU), PSU)\nST_70 (SIGMA-T (KG/M**3), kg m-3)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M3B03ct_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M3B03ct_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M3B03ct/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M3B03ct.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M3B03ct&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M3B03ct
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3B04aqd.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3B04aqd https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3B04aqd.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M3B04aqd/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M3B04aqd Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M3B04aqd. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nbindist (distance from transducer head, m)\nu_1205 (Eastward Velocity, cm/s)\nv_1206 (Northward Velocity, cm/s)\nw_1204 (Vertical Velocity, cm/s)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nTx_1211 (instrument Transducer Temp., degree_C)\nAGC_1202 (Average Echo Intensity (AGC), count)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M3B04aqd_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M3B04aqd_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M3B04aqd/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M3B04aqd.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M3B04aqd&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M3B04aqd
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3C02tu.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3C02tu https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3C02tu.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M3C02tu/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M3C02tu Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M3C02tu. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nNEP_56 (BACKSCATTER INTENSITY, volts)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M3C02tu_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M3C02tu_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M3C02tu/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M3C02tu.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M3C02tu&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M3C02tu
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3C03tu.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3C03tu https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3C03tu.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M3C03tu/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M3C03tu Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M3C03tu. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\ntran_4010 (TRANSMISSION (VOLTS), volts)\nATTN_55 (ATTENUATION, m-1)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M3C03tu_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M3C03tu_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M3C03tu/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M3C03tu.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M3C03tu&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M3C03tu
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3C04ctd.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3C04ctd https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3C04ctd.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M3C04ctd/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M3C04ctd Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M3C04ctd. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndepth (depth of sensor below mean water level, m)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\nT_28 (TEMPERATURE (C), degree_C)\nC_51 (CONDUCTIVITY, S/m)\nS_41 (SALINITY (PSU), PSU)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nfeature_type_instance\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M3C04ctd_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M3C04ctd_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M3C04ctd/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M3C04ctd.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M3C04ctd&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M3C04ctd
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3C05aqd.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3C05aqd https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/CCE15M3C05aqd.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/CCE15M3C05aqd/ Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015, March 2017, CCE15M3C05aqd Time-series oceanographic data from the Monterey Canyon, CA October 2015 - March 2017 - CCE15M3C05aqd. Time-series data of water depth, velocity, turbidity, and temperature were acquired between 5 October 2015 and 21 March 2017 within the Monterey Canyon off of Monterey, CA, USA.\n\nIn order to better understand the triggering, progression and evolution of turbidity currents in Monterey Submarine Canyon, an experiment was designed to directly measure velocity, suspended sediment and physical water properties (temperature, salinity and density) along the canyon axis during an 18-month period.\n\nThree moorings in the upper canyon (MS1, MS2, MS3) containing oceanographic instruments and Anderson- type sediment traps were deployed during three consecutive six-month periods (A: October 2015 - April 2016; B: April - October 2016; C: October 2016 - March 2017). In addition, a bottom platform to the South of the canyon head (MS0) housed instrumentation to measure currents and waves on the adjacent shelf. The mooring diagram image files are a generalized representation of the deployed instrumentation at each site, and are included as a visual aid for understanding the sampling environment. A text file of the specific sensors listing the parameters measured is also included.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (mean water depth, m)\nbindist (distance from transducer head, m)\nu_1205 (Eastward Velocity, cm/s)\nv_1206 (Northward Velocity, cm/s)\nw_1204 (Vertical Velocity, cm/s)\nP_1 (PRESSURE (DB), dbar)\nTx_1211 (instrument Transducer Temp., degree_C)\nAGC_1202 (Average Echo Intensity (AGC), count)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CCE15M3C05aqd_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CCE15M3C05aqd_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/CCE15M3C05aqd/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5066/F7FT8J7Q (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/CCE15M3C05aqd.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CCE15M3C05aqd&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program CCE15M3C05aqd
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-unk.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-unk https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/waves-unk.graph Unalakleet, AK Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Unalakleet, AK Spotter Buoy. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nsignificantWaveHeight (Sea Surface Wave Significant Height, m)\npeakPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Period At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, s)\nmeanPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Mean Period, s)\npeakDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\npeakDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\nmeanDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction, degree)\nmeanDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread, degree)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nprocessing_source\nsurfaceTemp (Sea Surface Temperature, degree_C)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nfeature_type_instance (station code)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/waves-unk_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/waves-unk_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/waves-unk/index.htmlTable https://www.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/waves-unk.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=waves-unk&showErrors=false&email= U.S. Geological Survey waves-unk
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9031ysi-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9031ysi-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9031ysi-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/9031ysi-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: BW2011 - 903 - 9031ysi-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 903 and package 9031ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 903 and package 9031ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nBAT_106 (battery voltage  , V)\nC_51 (Conductivity, S/m)\nS_40 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nSpC_48 (Specific Conductance (conductivity with temperature compensated to 25°C), S/m)\nT_28 (Water Temperature, degree_Celsius)\npH_159 (pH, 1)\nturbidity (NTU)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/9031ysi-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/9031ysi-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/9031ysi-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/9031ysi-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=9031ysi-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 9031ysi-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9041ysi-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9041ysi-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9041ysi-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/9041ysi-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: BW2011 - 904 - 9041ysi-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 904 and package 9041ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 904 and package 9041ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nBAT_106 (battery voltage  , V)\nC_51 (Conductivity, S/m)\nS_40 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nSpC_48 (Specific Conductance (conductivity with temperature compensated to 25°C), S/m)\nT_28 (Water Temperature, degree_Celsius)\npH_159 (pH, 1)\nturbidity (NTU)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/9041ysi-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/9041ysi-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/9041ysi-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/9041ysi-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=9041ysi-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 9041ysi-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9051ysi-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9051ysi-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9051ysi-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/9051ysi-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: BW2011 - 905 - 9051ysi-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 905 and package 9051ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 905 and package 9051ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nBAT_106 (battery voltage  , V)\nC_51 (Conductivity, S/m)\nS_40 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nSpC_48 (Specific Conductance (conductivity with temperature compensated to 25°C), S/m)\nT_28 (Water Temperature, degree_Celsius)\npH_159 (pH, 1)\nturbidity (NTU)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/9051ysi-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/9051ysi-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/9051ysi-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/9051ysi-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=9051ysi-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 9051ysi-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9061ysi-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9061ysi-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9061ysi-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/9061ysi-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: BW2011 - 906 - 9061ysi-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 906 and package 9061ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 906 and package 9061ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nBAT_106 (battery voltage  , V)\nC_51 (Conductivity, S/m)\nS_40 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nSpC_48 (Specific Conductance (conductivity with temperature compensated to 25°C), S/m)\nT_28 (Water Temperature, degree_Celsius)\npH_159 (pH, 1)\nturbidity (NTU)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/9061ysi-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/9061ysi-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/9061ysi-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/9061ysi-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=9061ysi-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 9061ysi-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9071ysi-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9071ysi-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9071ysi-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/9071ysi-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: BW2011 - 907 - 9071ysi-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 907 and package 9071ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 907 and package 9071ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nBAT_106 (battery voltage  , V)\nC_51 (Conductivity, S/m)\nS_40 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nSpC_48 (Specific Conductance (conductivity with temperature compensated to 25°C), S/m)\nT_28 (Water Temperature, degree_Celsius)\npH_159 (pH, 1)\nturbidity (NTU)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/9071ysi-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/9071ysi-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/9071ysi-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/9071ysi-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=9071ysi-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 9071ysi-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9081ysi-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9081ysi-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9081ysi-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/9081ysi-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: BW2011 - 908 - 9081ysi-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 908 and package 9081ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 908 and package 9081ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nBAT_106 (battery voltage  , V)\nC_51 (Conductivity, S/m)\nS_40 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nSpC_48 (Specific Conductance (conductivity with temperature compensated to 25°C), S/m)\nT_28 (Water Temperature, degree_Celsius)\npH_159 (pH, 1)\nturbidity (NTU)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/9081ysi-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/9081ysi-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/9081ysi-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/9081ysi-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=9081ysi-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 9081ysi-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9151ysi-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9151ysi-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9151ysi-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/9151ysi-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: BW2011 - 915 - 9151ysi-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 915 and package 9151ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 915 and package 9151ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nBAT_106 (battery voltage  , V)\nBPR_1301 (Sea Water Pressure, dbar)\nC_51 (Conductivity, S/m)\nDO (DISSOLVED OXYGEN (mg/L)            , kg/m^3)\nD_3 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nOST_62 (Dissolved Oxygen (saturation), percent)\nS_40 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nSpC_48 (Specific Conductance (conductivity with temperature compensated to 25°C), S/m)\nT_28 (Water Temperature, degree_Celsius)\nturbidity (NTU)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/9151ysi-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/9151ysi-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/9151ysi-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/9151ysi-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=9151ysi-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 9151ysi-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9161ysi-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9161ysi-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9161ysi-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/9161ysi-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: BW2011 - 916 - 9161ysi-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 916 and package 9161ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 916 and package 9161ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nBAT_106 (battery voltage  , V)\nBPR_1301 (Sea Water Pressure, dbar)\nC_51 (Conductivity, S/m)\nDO (DISSOLVED OXYGEN (mg/L)            , kg/m^3)\nD_3 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nOST_62 (Dissolved Oxygen (saturation), percent)\nS_40 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nSpC_48 (Specific Conductance (conductivity with temperature compensated to 25°C), S/m)\nT_28 (Water Temperature, degree_Celsius)\nturbidity (NTU)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/9161ysi-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/9161ysi-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/9161ysi-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/9161ysi-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=9161ysi-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 9161ysi-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9171eco-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9171eco-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9171eco-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/9171eco-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: BW2011 - 917 - 9171eco-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 917 and package 9171eco-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 917 and package 9171eco-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nraw_signal (counts)\ntherm (laser temperature factor, counts)\nturbidity (NTU)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/9171eco-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/9171eco-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/9171eco-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/9171eco-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=9171eco-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 9171eco-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9181eco-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9181eco-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9181eco-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/9181eco-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: BW2011 - 918 - 9181eco-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 918 and package 9181eco-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Blackwater 2011 project, mooring 918 and package 9181eco-a. Oceanographic and Water-Quality Measurements made at several sites in 2 watersheds in Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nraw_signal (counts)\ntherm (laser temperature factor, counts)\nturbidity (NTU)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/9181eco-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/9181eco-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/9181eco-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/9181eco-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=9181eco-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 9181eco-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9821ysi-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9821ysi-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9821ysi-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/9821ysi-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: CALCSTWET - 982 - 9821ysi-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the California Coastal Wetlands, 2013-2014 project, mooring 982 and package 9821ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water Quality Measurements in two Southern California Coastal Wetlands, 2013-2014.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the California Coastal Wetlands, 2013-2014 project, mooring 982 and package 9821ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water Quality Measurements in two Southern California Coastal Wetlands, 2013-2014.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nBat_106 (Battery voltage (v), V)\nC_51 (Conductivity, S/m)\nS_40 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nSpC_48 (Specific Conductance (conductivity with temperature compensated to 25°C), S/m)\nT_28 (Water Temperature, degree_Celsius)\nTurb (Turbidity, NTU)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/9821ysi-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/9821ysi-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/9821ysi-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/9821ysi-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=9821ysi-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 9821ysi-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9841ysi-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9841ysi-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/9841ysi-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/9841ysi-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: CALCSTWET - 984 - 9841ysi-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the California Coastal Wetlands, 2013-2014 project, mooring 984 and package 9841ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water Quality Measurements in two Southern California Coastal Wetlands, 2013-2014.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the California Coastal Wetlands, 2013-2014 project, mooring 984 and package 9841ysi-a. Oceanographic and Water Quality Measurements in two Southern California Coastal Wetlands, 2013-2014.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nBat_106 (Battery voltage (v), V)\nC_51 (Conductivity, S/m)\nS_40 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nSpC_48 (Specific Conductance (conductivity with temperature compensated to 25°C), S/m)\nT_28 (Water Temperature, degree_Celsius)\nTurb (Turbidity, NTU)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/9841ysi-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/9841ysi-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/9841ysi-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/9841ysi-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=9841ysi-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 9841ysi-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Adws-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Adws-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Adws-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/10192Adws-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: CHINCOTEAGUE - 1019 - 10192Adws-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10192Adws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10192Adws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nburst (Burst Number, count)\nfrequency (Hz)\npspec (Pressure derived Non-directional Wave Energy Spectrum (m^2/Hz), m^2/Hz)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/10192Adws-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/10192Adws-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/10192Adws-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/10192Adws-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=10192Adws-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 10192Adws-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Adws-a_z1.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Adws-a_z1 https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Adws-a_z1.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/10192Adws-a_z1/ USGS-CMG time-series data: CHINCOTEAGUE - 1019 - 10192Adws-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10192Adws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10192Adws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nwater_depth (Total Water Depth, m)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height, m)\nwp_4060 (Average Wave Period, s)\nwp_peak (Dominant Wave Period, s)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/10192Adws-a_z1_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/10192Adws-a_z1_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/10192Adws-a_z1/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/10192Adws-a_z1.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=10192Adws-a_z1&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 10192Adws-a_z1
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Bdws-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Bdws-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Bdws-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/10192Bdws-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: CHINCOTEAGUE - 1019 - 10192Bdws-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10192Bdws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10192Bdws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nburst (Burst Number, count)\nfrequency (Hz)\npspec (Pressure derived Non-directional Wave Energy Spectrum (m^2/Hz), m^2/Hz)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/10192Bdws-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/10192Bdws-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/10192Bdws-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/10192Bdws-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=10192Bdws-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 10192Bdws-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Bdws-a_z1.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Bdws-a_z1 https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Bdws-a_z1.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/10192Bdws-a_z1/ USGS-CMG time-series data: CHINCOTEAGUE - 1019 - 10192Bdws-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10192Bdws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10192Bdws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nwater_depth (Total Water Depth, m)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height, m)\nwp_4060 (Average Wave Period, s)\nwp_peak (Dominant Wave Period, s)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/10192Bdws-a_z1_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/10192Bdws-a_z1_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/10192Bdws-a_z1/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/10192Bdws-a_z1.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=10192Bdws-a_z1&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 10192Bdws-a_z1
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Cdws-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Cdws-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Cdws-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/10192Cdws-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: CHINCOTEAGUE - 1019 - 10192Cdws-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10192Cdws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10192Cdws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nburst (Burst Number, count)\nfrequency (Hz)\npspec (Pressure derived Non-directional Wave Energy Spectrum (m^2/Hz), m^2/Hz)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/10192Cdws-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/10192Cdws-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/10192Cdws-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/10192Cdws-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=10192Cdws-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 10192Cdws-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Cdws-a_z1.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Cdws-a_z1 https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10192Cdws-a_z1.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/10192Cdws-a_z1/ USGS-CMG time-series data: CHINCOTEAGUE - 1019 - 10192Cdws-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10192Cdws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10192Cdws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nwater_depth (Total Water Depth, m)\nwh_4061 (Significant Wave Height, m)\nwp_4060 (Average Wave Period, s)\nwp_peak (Dominant Wave Period, s)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/10192Cdws-a_z1_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/10192Cdws-a_z1_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/10192Cdws-a_z1/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/10192Cdws-a_z1.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=10192Cdws-a_z1&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 10192Cdws-a_z1
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10194Bmc-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10194Bmc-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10194Bmc-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/10194Bmc-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: CHINCOTEAGUE - 1019 - 10194Bmc-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10194Bmc-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10194Bmc-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nC_51 (Conductivity, S/m)\nS_41 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nT_28 (Water Temperature, degree_Celsius)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/10194Bmc-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/10194Bmc-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/10194Bmc-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/10194Bmc-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=10194Bmc-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 10194Bmc-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10194Cmc-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10194Cmc-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10194Cmc-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/10194Cmc-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: CHINCOTEAGUE - 1019 - 10194Cmc-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10194Cmc-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1019 and package 10194Cmc-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nC_51 (Conductivity, S/m)\nS_41 (Salinity, 1e-3)\nT_28 (Water Temperature, degree_Celsius)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/10194Cmc-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/10194Cmc-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/10194Cmc-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/10194Cmc-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=10194Cmc-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 10194Cmc-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10204Adws-a.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10204Adws-a https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10204Adws-a.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/10204Adws-a/ USGS-CMG time-series data: CHINCOTEAGUE - 1020 - 10204Adws-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1020 and package 10204Adws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (sensor longitude, degrees_east)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nplatform (USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1020 and package 10204Adws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.)\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (z of the sensor relative to the water surface, m)\nburst (Burst Number, count)\nfrequency (Hz)\npspec (Pressure derived Non-directional Wave Energy Spectrum (m^2/Hz), m^2/Hz)\n https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/10204Adws-a_fgdc.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/10204Adws-a_iso19115.xml https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/info/10204Adws-a/index.htmlTable https://stellwagen.er.usgs.gov/ (external link) https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/rss/10204Adws-a.rss https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=10204Adws-a&showErrors=false&email= USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program 10204Adws-a
https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10204Adws-a_z1.subset https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10204Adws-a_z1 https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/tabledap/10204Adws-a_z1.graph https://geoport.usgs.esipfed.org/erddap/files/10204Adws-a_z1/ USGS-CMG time-series data: CHINCOTEAGUE - 1020 - 10204Adws-a USGS-CMG time-series data from the Estuarine Physical Response to Storms (EPR), Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 project, mooring 1020 and package 10204Adws-a. Oceanographic, and water-quality observations made in in Chincoteague Bay, Maryland/Virginia, 2014-2015 to characterize the processes that affect sediment transport to tidal wetlands.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nfeature_type_instance (Identifier for each feature type instance)\nlatitude (sensor latitude, degrees_north)\nlongit