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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 International Arctic Buoy Programme meteorological and oceanographic buoys The International Arctic Buoy Programme (IABP) maintais a network of data buoys in the entire Arctic Ocean to provide meteorological, sea ice and oceanographic data for real-time operational requirements and research purposes. Buoy data files are updated daily. Values provided are confined to surface temperature, atmospheric temperature, and barometric pressure when these values are available. All buoy files contain at least a date and position. Buoys that are no longer reporting remain available. PolarWatch harvests these data from See the IABP web page for more information\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ntime (Iso Date, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nbp (Atmospheric Pressure, mBars)\nsurface_temp (Surface Temperature, degree_C)\nair_temp (Surface Air Temperature, degree_C)\nhas_bp (Has Barometric Pressure)\nhas_surface_temp (Has Surface Temperature)\nhas_air_temp (Has Air Temperature)\nbuoy_id\nbuoy_type\nbuoy_owner\nlogistics (Deployment Group)\nhemisphere (Northern or Southern Hemisphere Deployment)\nyear\nhour\nminute\nday_of_year\n \"\" International Arctic Buoy Programme iabpv2_buoys NDBC Standard Meteorological Buoy Data, 1970-present The National Data Buoy Center (NDBC) distributes meteorological data from\nmoored buoys maintained by NDBC and others. Moored buoys are the weather\nsentinels of the sea. They are deployed in the coastal and offshore waters\nfrom the western Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean around Hawaii, and from the\nBering Sea to the South Pacific. NDBC's moored buoys measure and transmit\nbarometric pressure; wind direction, speed, and gust; air and sea\ntemperature; and wave energy spectra from which significant wave height,\ndominant wave period, and average wave period are derived. Even the\ndirection of wave propagation is measured on many moored buoys. See\n for a description of the measurements.\n\nThe source data from NOAA NDBC has different column names, different units,\nand different missing values in different files, and other problems\n(notably, lots of rows with duplicate or different values for the same time\npoint). This dataset is a standardized, reformatted, and lightly edited\nversion of that source data, created by NOAA NMFS SWFSC ERD (email:\ at Before 2020-01-29, this dataset only had the data\nthat was closest to a given hour, rounded to the nearest hour. Now, this\ndataset has all of the data available from NDBC with the original time\nvalues. If there are multiple source rows for a given buoy for a given\ntime, only the row with the most non-NaN data values is kept. If there is\na gap in the data, a row of missing values is inserted (which causes a nice\ngap when the data is graphed). Also, some impossible data values are\nremoved, but this data is not perfectly clean. This dataset is now updated\nevery 5 minutes.\n\nThis dataset has both historical data (quality controlled, before\n2022-10-01T00:00:00Z) and near real time data (less quality controlled,\nwhich may change at any time, from 2022-10-01T00:00:00Z on).\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nstation (Station Identifier)\n... (19 more variables)\n (external link) NOAA NDBC, NOAA NMFS SWFSC ERD cwwcNDBCMet

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