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griddap Subset tabledap Make A Graph wms files Title Summary FGDC ISO 19115 Info Background Info RSS Email Institution Dataset ID OBIS - ARGOS Satellite Tracking of Animals Various species have been tracked using ARGOS PTT trackers since the early 1990's. These include Emperor, King and Adelie pengiuns, Light-mantled Sooty, Grey-headed and Black-browed albatrosses, Antarctic and Australian fur seals, Southern Elephant Seal and Blue and Humpback whales. Note that not all data for any species or locations is or will be exposed to OBIS. Geographic coverage is from Heard Island to the west and Macquarie Island to the east and several islands near the southern end of Chile. The data has been filtered to remove most but not all erroneous positions.\n\n        DiGIR is an engine which takes XML requests for data and returns a data\nsubset stored as XML data (as defined in a schema). For more DiGIR\ninformation, see ,\n ,\nand .\nA list of Digir providers is at\n .\n\nDarwin is the original schema for use with the DiGIR engine.\n\nThe Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS) schema extends\nDarwin. For more OBIS info, see .\nSee the OBIS schema at .\n\nQueries: Although OBIS datasets have many variables, most variables\nhave few values.  The only queries that are likely to succeed MUST\ninclude a constraint for Genus= and MAY include constraints for\nSpecies=, longitude, latitude, and time.\n\nMost OBIS datasets return a maximum of 1000 rows of data per request.\nThe limitation is imposed by the OBIS administrators.\n\n        Available Genera (and number of records): (error)\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\nlongitude (degrees_east)\n... (76 more variables)\n (external link) AADC aadcArgos

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