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https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_114_003 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_114_003.graph PacIOOS Ocean Gliders: SeaGlider 114: Mission 3 As a part of PacIOOS, ocean gliders provide very detailed information about the physical and chemical condition of the waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, these data get used in computer models to make predictions about currents. Ocean gliders are small, free-swimming, unmanned vehicles that can cruise the ocean for several months gathering information about the temperature, salinity, and other water properties between the surface and 1000 m depth. A pressure sensor on the glider is able to record the depth throughout the dive. Because gliders are unmanned, they communicate with scientists on land when they are at the surface using an antenna on the end of the glider. The SeaGlider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed at the University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). These data are taken from Mission 3 of SeaGlider 114.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nconductivity (S m-1)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1e-3)\ndensity (kg m-3)\npressure (dbar)\ndive_number (1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sg_114_003_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sg_114_003_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/sg_114_003/index.htmlTable http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/seagliders/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/sg_114_003.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sg_114_003&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) sg_114_003
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_114_004 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_114_004.graph PacIOOS Ocean Gliders: SeaGlider 114: Mission 4 As a part of PacIOOS, ocean gliders provide very detailed information about the physical and chemical condition of the waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, these data get used in computer models to make predictions about currents. Ocean gliders are small, free-swimming, unmanned vehicles that can cruise the ocean for several months gathering information about the temperature, salinity, and other water properties between the surface and 1000 m depth. A pressure sensor on the glider is able to record the depth throughout the dive. Because gliders are unmanned, they communicate with scientists on land when they are at the surface using an antenna on the end of the glider. The SeaGlider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed at the University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). These data are taken from Mission 4 of SeaGlider 114.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nconductivity (S m-1)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1e-3)\ndensity (kg m-3)\npressure (dbar)\ndive_number (1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sg_114_004_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sg_114_004_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/sg_114_004/index.htmlTable http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/seagliders/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/sg_114_004.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sg_114_004&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) sg_114_004
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_001 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_001.graph PacIOOS Ocean Gliders: SeaGlider 139: Mission 1 As a part of PacIOOS, ocean gliders provide very detailed information about the physical and chemical condition of the waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, these data get used in computer models to make predictions about currents. Ocean gliders are small, free-swimming, unmanned vehicles that can cruise the ocean for several months gathering information about the temperature, salinity, and other water properties between the surface and 1000 m depth. A pressure sensor on the glider is able to record the depth throughout the dive. Because gliders are unmanned, they communicate with scientists on land when they are at the surface using an antenna on the end of the glider. The SeaGlider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed at the University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). These data are taken from Mission 1 of SeaGlider 139.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nconductivity (S m-1)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1e-3)\ndensity (kg m-3)\npressure (dbar)\ndive_number (1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sg_139_001_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sg_139_001_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/sg_139_001/index.htmlTable http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/seagliders/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/sg_139_001.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sg_139_001&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) sg_139_001
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_002 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_002.graph PacIOOS Ocean Gliders: SeaGlider 139: Mission 2 As a part of PacIOOS, ocean gliders provide very detailed information about the physical and chemical condition of the waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, these data get used in computer models to make predictions about currents. Ocean gliders are small, free-swimming, unmanned vehicles that can cruise the ocean for several months gathering information about the temperature, salinity, and other water properties between the surface and 1000 m depth. A pressure sensor on the glider is able to record the depth throughout the dive. Because gliders are unmanned, they communicate with scientists on land when they are at the surface using an antenna on the end of the glider. The SeaGlider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed at the University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). These data are taken from Mission 2 of SeaGlider 139.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nconductivity (S m-1)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1e-3)\ndensity (kg m-3)\npressure (dbar)\ndive_number (1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sg_139_002_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sg_139_002_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/sg_139_002/index.htmlTable http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/seagliders/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/sg_139_002.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sg_139_002&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) sg_139_002
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_003 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_003.graph PacIOOS Ocean Gliders: SeaGlider 139: Mission 3 As a part of PacIOOS, ocean gliders provide very detailed information about the physical and chemical condition of the waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, these data get used in computer models to make predictions about currents. Ocean gliders are small, free-swimming, unmanned vehicles that can cruise the ocean for several months gathering information about the temperature, salinity, and other water properties between the surface and 1000 m depth. A pressure sensor on the glider is able to record the depth throughout the dive. Because gliders are unmanned, they communicate with scientists on land when they are at the surface using an antenna on the end of the glider. The SeaGlider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed at the University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). These data are taken from Mission 3 of SeaGlider 139.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nconductivity (S m-1)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1e-3)\ndensity (kg m-3)\npressure (dbar)\ndive_number (1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sg_139_003_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sg_139_003_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/sg_139_003/index.htmlTable http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/seagliders/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/sg_139_003.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sg_139_003&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) sg_139_003
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_006 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_006.graph PacIOOS Ocean Gliders: SeaGlider 139: Mission 6 As a part of PacIOOS, ocean gliders provide very detailed information about the physical and chemical condition of the waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, these data get used in computer models to make predictions about currents. Ocean gliders are small, free-swimming, unmanned vehicles that can cruise the ocean for several months gathering information about the temperature, salinity, and other water properties between the surface and 1000 m depth. A pressure sensor on the glider is able to record the depth throughout the dive. Because gliders are unmanned, they communicate with scientists on land when they are at the surface using an antenna on the end of the glider. The SeaGlider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed at the University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). These data are taken from Mission 6 of SeaGlider 139.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nconductivity (S m-1)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1e-3)\ndensity (kg m-3)\npressure (dbar)\ndive_number (1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sg_139_006_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sg_139_006_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/sg_139_006/index.htmlTable http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/seagliders/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/sg_139_006.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sg_139_006&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) sg_139_006
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_007 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_007.graph PacIOOS Ocean Gliders: SeaGlider 139: Mission 7 As a part of PacIOOS, ocean gliders provide very detailed information about the physical and chemical condition of the waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, these data get used in computer models to make predictions about currents. Ocean gliders are small, free-swimming, unmanned vehicles that can cruise the ocean for several months gathering information about the temperature, salinity, and other water properties between the surface and 1000 m depth. A pressure sensor on the glider is able to record the depth throughout the dive. Because gliders are unmanned, they communicate with scientists on land when they are at the surface using an antenna on the end of the glider. The SeaGlider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed at the University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). These data are taken from Mission 7 of SeaGlider 139.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nconductivity (S m-1)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1e-3)\ndensity (kg m-3)\npressure (dbar)\ndive_number (1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sg_139_007_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sg_139_007_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/sg_139_007/index.htmlTable http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/seagliders/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/sg_139_007.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sg_139_007&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) sg_139_007
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_008 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_008.graph PacIOOS Ocean Gliders: SeaGlider 139: Mission 8 As a part of PacIOOS, ocean gliders provide very detailed information about the physical and chemical condition of the waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, these data get used in computer models to make predictions about currents. Ocean gliders are small, free-swimming, unmanned vehicles that can cruise the ocean for several months gathering information about the temperature, salinity, and other water properties between the surface and 1000 m depth. A pressure sensor on the glider is able to record the depth throughout the dive. Because gliders are unmanned, they communicate with scientists on land when they are at the surface using an antenna on the end of the glider. The SeaGlider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed at the University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). These data are taken from Mission 8 of SeaGlider 139.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nconductivity (S m-1)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1e-3)\ndensity (kg m-3)\npressure (dbar)\ndive_number (1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sg_139_008_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sg_139_008_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/sg_139_008/index.htmlTable http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/seagliders/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/sg_139_008.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sg_139_008&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) sg_139_008
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_009 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_139_009.graph PacIOOS Ocean Gliders: SeaGlider 139: Mission 9 As a part of PacIOOS, ocean gliders provide very detailed information about the physical and chemical condition of the waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, these data get used in computer models to make predictions about currents. Ocean gliders are small, free-swimming, unmanned vehicles that can cruise the ocean for several months gathering information about the temperature, salinity, and other water properties between the surface and 1000 m depth. A pressure sensor on the glider is able to record the depth throughout the dive. Because gliders are unmanned, they communicate with scientists on land when they are at the surface using an antenna on the end of the glider. The SeaGlider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed at the University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). These data are taken from Mission 9 of SeaGlider 139.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nconductivity (S m-1)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1e-3)\ndensity (kg m-3)\npressure (dbar)\ndive_number (1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sg_139_009_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sg_139_009_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/sg_139_009/index.htmlTable http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/seagliders/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/sg_139_009.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sg_139_009&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) sg_139_009
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_523_001 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_523_001.graph PacIOOS Ocean Gliders: SeaGlider 523: Mission 1 As a part of PacIOOS, ocean gliders provide very detailed information about the physical and chemical condition of the waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, these data get used in computer models to make predictions about currents. Ocean gliders are small, free-swimming, unmanned vehicles that can cruise the ocean for several months gathering information about the temperature, salinity, and other water properties between the surface and 1000 m depth. A pressure sensor on the glider is able to record the depth throughout the dive. Because gliders are unmanned, they communicate with scientists on land when they are at the surface using an antenna on the end of the glider. The SeaGlider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed at the University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). These data are taken from Mission 1 of SeaGlider 523.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nconductivity (S m-1)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1e-3)\ndensity (kg m-3)\npressure (dbar)\ndive_number (1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sg_523_001_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sg_523_001_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/sg_523_001/index.htmlTable http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/seagliders/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/sg_523_001.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sg_523_001&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) sg_523_001
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_523_003 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_523_003.graph PacIOOS Ocean Gliders: SeaGlider 523: Mission 3 As a part of PacIOOS, ocean gliders provide very detailed information about the physical and chemical condition of the waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, these data get used in computer models to make predictions about currents. Ocean gliders are small, free-swimming, unmanned vehicles that can cruise the ocean for several months gathering information about the temperature, salinity, and other water properties between the surface and 1000 m depth. A pressure sensor on the glider is able to record the depth throughout the dive. Because gliders are unmanned, they communicate with scientists on land when they are at the surface using an antenna on the end of the glider. The SeaGlider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed at the University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). These data are taken from Mission 3 of SeaGlider 523.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nconductivity (S m-1)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1e-3)\ndensity (kg m-3)\npressure (dbar)\ndive_number (1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sg_523_003_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sg_523_003_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/sg_523_003/index.htmlTable http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/seagliders/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/sg_523_003.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sg_523_003&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) sg_523_003
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_523_004 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_523_004.graph PacIOOS Ocean Gliders: SeaGlider 523: Mission 4 As a part of PacIOOS, ocean gliders provide very detailed information about the physical and chemical condition of the waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, these data get used in computer models to make predictions about currents. Ocean gliders are small, free-swimming, unmanned vehicles that can cruise the ocean for several months gathering information about the temperature, salinity, and other water properties between the surface and 1000 m depth. A pressure sensor on the glider is able to record the depth throughout the dive. Because gliders are unmanned, they communicate with scientists on land when they are at the surface using an antenna on the end of the glider. The SeaGlider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed at the University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). These data are taken from Mission 4 of SeaGlider 523.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nconductivity (S m-1)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1e-3)\ndensity (kg m-3)\npressure (dbar)\ndive_number (1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sg_523_004_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sg_523_004_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/sg_523_004/index.htmlTable http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/seagliders/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/sg_523_004.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sg_523_004&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) sg_523_004
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_523_006 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/sg_523_006.graph PacIOOS Ocean Gliders: SeaGlider 523: Mission 6 As a part of PacIOOS, ocean gliders provide very detailed information about the physical and chemical condition of the waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Additionally, these data get used in computer models to make predictions about ocean conditions. Ocean gliders are small, free-swimming, unmanned vehicles that can cruise the ocean for several months gathering information about the temperature, salinity, and other water properties between the surface and 1000 m depth. A pressure sensor on the glider is able to record the depth throughout the dive. Because gliders are unmanned, they communicate with scientists on land when they are at the surface using an antenna on the end of the glider. The SeaGlider autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) was designed at the University of Washington (UW) Applied Physics Laboratory (APL). These data are taken from Mission 6 of SeaGlider 523.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntrajectory\nglider (seaglider)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naltitude (m)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nconductivity (S m-1)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1e-3)\ndensity (kg m-3)\npressure (dbar)\ndive_number (1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sg_523_006_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sg_523_006_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/sg_523_006/index.htmlTable http://hahana.soest.hawaii.edu/seagliders/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/sg_523_006.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sg_523_006&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) sg_523_006
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_marig https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_marig.graph https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/wms/roms_marig/request Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS): Guam: 3-D Variables Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) 6-day, 3-hourly forecast for the region surrounding Guam and parts of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) at approximately 2-km resolution. Boundary conditions provided by the wider ROMS model for the region surrounding the Western North Pacific (roms_mari) at approximately 4-km resolution. Atmospheric forcing generated by the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model for the region surrounding Guam and parts of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) (wrf_guam) at approximately 3-km resolution. Tide forcing uses the Oregon State University (OSU) Tidal Prediction Software (OTPS) TOPEX/Poseidon global inverse solution (TPXO) to derive barotropic tidal elevation and velocity. Data are assimilated over the previous 3 days using all available observations to improve the model estimate of current ocean state (its nowcast) before forecasts are run. Assimilated observations may include satellite-based sea surface temperatures from MODIS, AVHRR, or OSTIA; satellite-based sea surface height from AVISO; and in-situ water temperature and salinity profiles from ARGO floats. While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.\n\ncdm_data_type = Grid\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):\ntemp (potential temperature, Celsius)\nsalt (salinity, 1e-3)\nu (u-velocity component, meter second-1)\nv (v-velocity component, meter second-1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/roms_marig_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/roms_marig_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/roms_marig/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/currents/model-mariana/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/roms_marig.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=roms_marig&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) roms_marig
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_hiig https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_hiig.graph https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/wms/roms_hiig/request Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS): Main Hawaiian Islands: 3-D Variables Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) 7-day, 3-hourly forecast for the region surrounding the main Hawaiian Islands at approximately 4-km resolution. Boundary conditions provided by the global, 1/12-degree (~9-km) HYbrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM). Atmospheric forcing generated by the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model for the region surrounding the main Hawaiian Islands (wrf_hi) at approximately 6-km resolution. Tide forcing uses the Oregon State University (OSU) Tidal Prediction Software (OTPS) TOPEX/Poseidon global inverse solution (TPXO) to derive barotropic tidal elevation and velocity. Data are assimilated over the previous 3 days using all available observations to improve the model estimate of current ocean state (its nowcast) before forecasts are run. Assimilated observations may include satellite-based sea surface temperatures from MODIS, AVHRR, or OSTIA; satellite-based sea surface height from AVISO; surface currents from PacIOOS high-frequency radios (HFR); and in-situ water temperature and salinity profiles from ARGO floats and ocean glider autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV). While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.\n\ncdm_data_type = Grid\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):\ntemp (potential temperature, Celsius)\nsalt (salinity, 1e-3)\nu (u-velocity component, meter second-1)\nv (v-velocity component, meter second-1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/roms_hiig_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/roms_hiig_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/roms_hiig/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/currents/model-hawaii/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/roms_hiig.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=roms_hiig&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) roms_hiig
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_hiig_assim https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_hiig_assim.graph https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/wms/roms_hiig_assim/request Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS): Main Hawaiian Islands: Data Assimilating: 3-D Variables Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) 3-day, 3-hourly data assimilating hindcast for the region surrounding the main Hawaiian Islands at approximately 4-km resolution. Boundary conditions provided by the global, 1/12-degree (~9-km) HYbrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM). Atmospheric forcing generated by the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model for the region surrounding the main Hawaiian Islands (wrf_hi) at approximately 6-km resolution. Tide forcing uses the Oregon State University (OSU) Tidal Prediction Software (OTPS) TOPEX/Poseidon global inverse solution (TPXO) to derive barotropic tidal elevation and velocity. Data are assimilated over the previous 3 days using all available observations to improve the model estimate of current ocean state (its nowcast). Assimilated observations may include satellite-based sea surface temperatures from MODIS, AVHRR, or OSTIA; satellite-based sea surface height from AVISO; surface currents from PacIOOS high-frequency radios (HFR); and in-situ water temperature and salinity profiles from ARGO floats and ocean glider autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV). While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.\n\ncdm_data_type = Grid\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):\ntemp (potential temperature, Celsius)\nsalt (salinity, 1e-3)\nu (u-velocity component, meter second-1)\nv (v-velocity component, meter second-1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/roms_hiig_assim_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/roms_hiig_assim_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/roms_hiig_assim/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/metadata/roms_hiig_assim.html (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/roms_hiig_assim.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=roms_hiig_assim&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) roms_hiig_assim
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_hiig_reanalysis https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_hiig_reanalysis.graph https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/wms/roms_hiig_reanalysis/request Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS): Main Hawaiian Islands: Reanalysis: 3-D Variables Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) 3-hourly data assimilating reanalysis for the region surrounding the main Hawaiian Islands at approximately 4-km resolution. Boundary conditions provided by the global, 1/12-degree (~9-km) HYbrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM). Atmospheric forcing generated by the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model for the region surrounding the main Hawaiian Islands (wrf_hi) at approximately 6-km resolution. Tide forcing uses the Oregon State University (OSU) Tidal Prediction Software (OTPS) TOPEX/Poseidon global inverse solution (TPXO) to derive barotropic tidal elevation and velocity. Data are assimilated over the previous 3 days using all available observations to improve the model estimate of current ocean state (its nowcast). Assimilated observations may include satellite-based sea surface temperatures from MODIS, AVHRR, or OSTIA; satellite-based sea surface height from AVISO; surface currents from PacIOOS high-frequency radios (HFR); and in-situ water temperature and salinity profiles from ARGO floats and ocean glider autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV). While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.\n\ncdm_data_type = Grid\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):\ntemp (potential temperature, Celsius)\nsalt (salinity, 1e-3)\nu (u-velocity component, meter second-1)\nv (v-velocity component, meter second-1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/roms_hiig_reanalysis_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/roms_hiig_reanalysis_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/roms_hiig_reanalysis/index.htmlTable https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-2018-98 (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/roms_hiig_reanalysis.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=roms_hiig_reanalysis&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) roms_hiig_reanalysis
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_hiomsg https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_hiomsg.graph https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/wms/roms_hiomsg/request Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS): Oahu South Shore: 3-D Variables Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) 3-day, 3-hourly forecast for the region surrounding the south shore of the island of Oahu at approximately 200-m resolution. Boundary conditions provided by the wider ROMS model for the region surrounding the island of Oahu (roms_hiog) at approximately 1-km resolution. Atmospheric forcing generated by the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model for the region surrounding the island of Oahu (wrf_oa) at approximately 1.5-km resolution. Tide forcing uses the Oregon State University (OSU) Tidal Prediction Software (OTPS) TOPEX/Poseidon global inverse solution (TPXO) to derive barotropic tidal elevation and velocity. Data are assimilated over the previous 3 days using all available observations to improve the model estimate of current ocean state (its nowcast) before forecasts are run. Assimilated observations may include satellite-based sea surface temperatures from MODIS, AVHRR, or OSTIA; satellite-based sea surface height from AVISO; surface currents from PacIOOS high-frequency radios (HFR); and in-situ water temperature and salinity profiles from ARGO floats and ocean glider autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV). While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.\n\ncdm_data_type = Grid\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):\ntemp (potential temperature, Celsius)\nsalt (salinity, 1e-3)\nu (u-velocity component, meter second-1)\nv (v-velocity component, meter second-1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/roms_hiomsg_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/roms_hiomsg_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/roms_hiomsg/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/currents/model-southoahu/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/roms_hiomsg.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=roms_hiomsg&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) roms_hiomsg
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_samoa https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_samoa.graph https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/wms/roms_samoa/request Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS): Samoa: 3-D Variables Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) 7-day, 3-hourly forecast for the region surrounding the islands of Samoa at approximately 3-km resolution. Boundary conditions provided by the global, 1/12-degree (~9-km) HYbrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM). Atmospheric forcing generated by the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model for the region surrounding the islands of Samoa (wrf_samoa) at approximately 3-km resolution. Tide forcing uses the Oregon State University (OSU) Tidal Prediction Software (OTPS) TOPEX/Poseidon global inverse solution (TPXO) to derive barotropic tidal elevation and velocity. Data are assimilated over the previous 3 days using all available observations to improve the model estimate of current ocean state (its nowcast) before forecasts are run. Assimilated observations may include satellite-based sea surface temperatures from MODIS, AVHRR, or OSTIA; satellite-based sea surface height from AVISO; and in-situ water temperature and salinity profiles from ARGO floats. While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.\n\ncdm_data_type = Grid\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):\ntemp (potential temperature, Celsius)\nsalt (salinity, 1e-3)\nu (u-velocity component, meter second-1)\nv (v-velocity component, meter second-1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/roms_samoa_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/roms_samoa_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/roms_samoa/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/currents/model-samoa/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/roms_samoa.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=roms_samoa&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) roms_samoa
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_samoa_assim https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_samoa_assim.graph https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/wms/roms_samoa_assim/request Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS): Samoa: Data Assimilating: 3-D Variables Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) 3-day, 3-hourly data assimilating hindcast for the region surrounding the islands of Samoa at approximately 3-km resolution. Boundary conditions provided by the global, 1/12-degree (~9-km) HYbrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM). Atmospheric forcing generated by the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model for the region surrounding the islands of Samoa (wrf_samoa) at approximately 3-km resolution. Tide forcing uses the Oregon State University (OSU) Tidal Prediction Software (OTPS) TOPEX/Poseidon global inverse solution (TPXO) to derive barotropic tidal elevation and velocity. Data are assimilated over the previous 3 days using all available observations to improve the model estimate of current ocean state (its nowcast). Assimilated observations may include satellite-based sea surface temperatures from MODIS, AVHRR, or OSTIA; satellite-based sea surface height from AVISO; and in-situ water temperature and salinity profiles from ARGO floats. While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.\n\ncdm_data_type = Grid\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):\ntemp (potential temperature, Celsius)\nsalt (salinity, 1e-3)\nu (u-velocity component, meter second-1)\nv (v-velocity component, meter second-1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/roms_samoa_assim_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/roms_samoa_assim_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/roms_samoa_assim/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/metadata/roms_samoa_assim.html (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/roms_samoa_assim.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=roms_samoa_assim&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) roms_samoa_assim
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_wpac https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_wpac.graph https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/wms/roms_wpac/request Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS): Western North Pacific: 3-D Variables Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) 7-day, 3-hourly forecast for the region surrounding the Western North Pacific at approximately 8-km resolution. Boundary conditions provided by the global, 1/12-degree (~9-km) HYbrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM). Atmospheric forcing generated by the NOAA/NCEP Global Forecast System (GFS) model for the region surrounding the Western North Pacific at approximately 25-km resolution. Tide forcing uses the Oregon State University (OSU) Tidal Prediction Software (OTPS) TOPEX/Poseidon global inverse solution (TPXO) to derive barotropic tidal elevation and velocity. Data are assimilated over the previous 5 days using all available observations to improve the model estimate of current ocean state (its nowcast) before forecasts are run. Assimilated observations are collected independently of PacIOOS and may include satellite-based sea surface temperatures from MODIS, AVHRR, or OSTIA; satellite-based sea surface height from AVISO; surface currents around Palau from CORDC High Frequency Radars (HFR), Scripps Institute of Oceanography; and in-situ water temperature and salinity profiles from ARGO floats. While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.\n\ncdm_data_type = Grid\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):\ntemp (potential temperature, Celsius)\nsalt (salinity, 1e-3)\nu (u-velocity component, meter second-1)\nv (v-velocity component, meter second-1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/roms_wpac_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/roms_wpac_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/roms_wpac/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/currents/model-wnpacific/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/roms_wpac.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=roms_wpac&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) roms_wpac
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_wpac_assim https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/roms_wpac_assim.graph https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/wms/roms_wpac_assim/request Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS): Western North Pacific: Data Assimilating: 3-D Variables Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS) 5-day, 3-hourly data assimilating hindcast for the region surrounding the Western North Pacific at approximately 8-km resolution. Boundary conditions provided by the global, 1/12-degree (~9-km) HYbrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM). Atmospheric forcing generated by the NOAA/NCEP Global Forecast System (GFS) model for the region surrounding the Western North Pacific at approximately 25-km resolution. Tide forcing uses the Oregon State University (OSU) Tidal Prediction Software (OTPS) TOPEX/Poseidon global inverse solution (TPXO) to derive barotropic tidal elevation and velocity. Data are assimilated over the previous 5 days using all available observations to improve the model estimate of current ocean state (its nowcast). Assimilated observations are collected independently of PacIOOS and may include satellite-based sea surface temperatures from MODIS, AVHRR, or OSTIA; satellite-based sea surface height from AVISO; surface currents around Palau from CORDC High Frequency Radars (HFR), Scripps Institute of Oceanography; and in-situ water temperature and salinity profiles from ARGO floats. While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.\n\ncdm_data_type = Grid\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):\ntemp (potential temperature, Celsius)\nsalt (salinity, 1e-3)\nu (u-velocity component, meter second-1)\nv (v-velocity component, meter second-1)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/roms_wpac_assim_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/roms_wpac_assim_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/roms_wpac_assim/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/metadata/roms_wpac_assim.html (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/roms_wpac_assim.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=roms_wpac_assim&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) roms_wpac_assim

 
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