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https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/aco_adcp_temp https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/aco_adcp_temp.graph ALOHA Cabled Observatory (ACO): Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP): Temperature The University of Hawaii's ALOHA (\"A Long-term Oligotrophic Habitat Assessment\") Cabled Observatory (ACO) is located 100 km north of the island of Oahu, Hawaii (22 45'N, 158W) in the North Pacific Ocean. It provides real-time oceanographic observations from a depth of about 4,800 m via a submarine fiber optic cable that comes ashore at Makaha on Oahu. This data set provides measurements of sea water temperature at the ACO at 1.83 m above the ocean bottom for the most recent 7 days.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nstation_name\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_Celsius)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/aco_adcp_temp_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/aco_adcp_temp_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/aco_adcp_temp/index.htmlTable http://aco-ssds.soest.hawaii.edu (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/aco_adcp_temp.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=aco_adcp_temp&showErrors=false&email= University of Hawaii at Manoa aco_adcp_temp
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/cwb_water_quality.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/cwb_water_quality https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/cwb_water_quality.graph Hawaii Clean Water Branch (CWB) Beach Water Quality Data Exposure to sewage contaminated recreational waters may cause gastrointestinal illnesses in swimmers. The State of Hawaii Department of Health (HIDOH) Clean Water Branch (CWB) monitors the waters of Hawaii's beaches for concentrations of Enterococcus, which acts as an indicator of pathogens. The CWB also uses Clostridium perfringens as a secondary tracer of sewage contamination. Results of this monitoring are evaluated using a decision rule to determine whether a beach is safe (\"Compliant\") or not safe (on \"Alert\") for swimming and other water contact activities. If a beach is found to be on \"Alert\" due to elevated indicator bacteria levels, the CWB issues public warnings and alerts and determines whether resampling of the area is necessary.\n\nUnder the U.S. BEACH Act, the State of Hawaii receives an annual grant to implement its beach monitoring program. This requires the State to conduct a monitoring and notification program that is consistent with performance criteria published by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2002. In March 2010, the EPA approved amendments to the Hawaii Administrative Rules (HAR), Chapter 11-54, Water Quality Standards (CWB QAPrgP, HIDOH 2011, Appendix D), which revised the previous State Enterococcus criteria of a geometric mean (GM) of 7 colony-forming units (CFU) per 100 mL and a single sample maximum (SSM) of 100 CFU/100 mL to meet current EPA guidelines. The State of Hawaii now uses the EPA recommended Enterococcus GM and SSM for recreational waters consistent in the 1986 Ambient Water Quality Criteria for Bacteria. The criterion lists the GM and SSM for marine waters as 35 CFU/100 mL and 104 CFU/100 mL, respectively.\n\nThe CWB utilizes Clostridium perfringens as a secondary tracer in addition to the Enterococcus indicator to help distinguish between sewage and non-sewage sources of elevated Enterococcus levels in marine coastal waters. The reliability of Enterococcus as an indicator organism in tropical environments has been questioned. This issue was formally documented in the report, Tropical Water Quality Indicator Workshop (Fujioka and Byappanahalli, 2003).\n\nOne of the limitations of all available and EPA-approved test methods is that the sample must be incubated for about 24 hours. As a result, the public finds out today when they shouldn't have gone in the water yesterday. As a result, warning signs on the beach may or may not be reflective of actual water quality because they are based on tests performed one or more days ago.\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (12 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/cwb_water_quality_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/cwb_water_quality_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/cwb_water_quality/index.htmlTable http://www.beachapedia.org/State_of_the_Beach/State_Reports/HI/Water_Quality (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/cwb_water_quality.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=cwb_water_quality&showErrors=false&email= State of Hawaii Clean Water Branch (CWB) cwb_water_quality
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/aws_himb.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/aws_himb https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/aws_himb.graph HIMB Weather Station: Moku o Loe (Coconut Island), Oahu, Hawaii The Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB) automatic weather station (AWS) records hourly measurements of precipitation, air temperature, wind speed and direction, and irradiance. Sensors include an Eppley 295-385 nm ultraviolet (UV) radiometer, a LiCor 200SZ Pyranometer, and a LiCor Quantameter (400-700 nm). The sensors are located on the roof of HIMB's Coral Reef Ecology Laboratory (Point Lab) on Moku o Loe (Coconut Island) in Kaneohe Bay on the windward (eastern) coast of Oahu in Hawaii. An accompanying sea water temperature sensor is located less than 10 m offshore of the weather station at a shallow depth of approximately 1 m.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\naltitude (Distance above mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\nair_temperature (air temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsea_water_temperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nwind_speed (wind speed (processed), m/s)\ngust_speed (gust speed (processed), m/s)\nwind_from_direction (wind direction (processed), degrees)\nwind_from_direction_std (standard deviation of wind direction (processed), degrees)\nrainfall_amount (total rainfall (processed), mm)\nshortwave_radiation (downwelling shortwave radiation (processed), W/m2)\nultraviolet_radiation (ultraviolet radiation (processed), W/m2)\nphotosynthetic_radiation (photosynthetically active radiation (processed), umol m-2 s-1)\nair_temperature_raw (air temperature (raw), Celsius)\nair_temperature_dm_qd (air temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nair_temperature_qc_agg (QARTOD Aggregate/Rollup Test (processed), 1)\nair_temperature_qc_atn (QARTOD Attenuated Signal Test (processed), 1)\nair_temperature_qc_clm (QARTOD Climatology Test (processed), 1)\nair_temperature_qc_flt (QARTOD Flat Line Test (processed), 1)\n... (139 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/aws_himb_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/aws_himb_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/aws_himb/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/weather/obs-mokuoloe/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/aws_himb.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=aws_himb&showErrors=false&email= Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB) aws_himb
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/hui_water_quality.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/hui_water_quality https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/hui_water_quality.graph Hui O Ka Wai Ola Water Quality Data The goal of the Hui O Ka Wai Ola (Association Of The Living Waters) citizen-science based water quality program is to increase the capacity for monitoring water quality in Maui (2016-) and Lanai (2023-) coastal waters by generating reliable data to assess long-term water-quality conditions and detect temporal trends. These data augment the data produced by the Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) Clean Water Branch (CWB) beach monitoring program.\n    \nData are collected and analyzed every two or three weeks for physical and chemical parameters, including ocean salinity, pH, temperature, organic nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorous compounds), dissolved oxygen (DO), and total suspended sediment (TSS). Some water samples are immediately tested at mobile labs while others are processed for testing at University of Hawaii and/or other labs.\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nlocation_id (sampling site identifier)\nlocation_name\nsample_id (sample identifier)\nsession_id (sampling session identifier)\nwater_temperature (Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU, 1)\nph (1)\noxygen (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\noxygen_saturation (dissolved oxygen saturation, %)\nnitrogen (total dissolved nitrogen, ug/L)\nphosphorus (total dissolved phosphorus, ug/L)\nphosphate (phosphorus as orthophosphate, ug/L)\nsilicate (ug/L)\nnitrate_nitrite (nitrate plus nitrite, ug/L)\nammonia (ug/L)\nqa_comments (quality assurance issues or comments)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/hui_water_quality_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/hui_water_quality_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/hui_water_quality/index.htmlTable https://www.huiokawaiola.com (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/hui_water_quality.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=hui_water_quality&showErrors=false&email= Hui O Ka Wai Ola hui_water_quality
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/maui_water_quality.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/maui_water_quality https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/maui_water_quality.graph Maui Citizen Science Coastal Water Quality Data A network of citizen science volunteers periodically monitored water quality at several beaches across the island of Maui in the State of Hawaii during the years 2010-2016. This community-based monitoring effort provided valuable data for resource management purposes. Informed volunteer networks can serve as a community's \"eyes and ears\" and will often provide the first indications of changes to a system. In addition to the value of early detection, it is important to maintain ongoing monitoring efforts to compile data and document resource conditions.\n\nIn addition to water temperature, salinity, turbidity (water clarity), and pH, sampling sites were also monitored for harmful bacteria levels of Enterococcus through 2014-06-26. This indicator bacteria has been correlated with the presence of human pathogens (disease-causing organisms) and therefore with human illnesses such as gastroenteritis, diarrhea, and various infections in epidemiological studies. As such, it is commonly measured in beach water quality monitoring programs. For reference, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 1986 Ambient Water Quality Criteria for Bacteria recommends that a water quality alert is posted if either: (a.) the latest water sample exceeds 104 CFU/100 mL of Enterococcus, or (b.) the geometric mean of the past 30 days of water samples exceeds 35 CFU/100 mL. One of the limitations of all available and EPA-approved test methods is that the sample must be incubated for about 24 hours.\n\nData were managed through an online repository, the Coral Reef Monitoring Data Portal (now defunct), developed and coordinated by the Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) and its partners with funding provided by the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Data collection was coordinated by the Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources (DAR), the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary (HIHWNMS), Aquanimity Now, the Digital Bus, Save Honolua Coalition, Project S.E.A.-Link, and other local organizations and agencies. Data are publicly distributed by the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS).\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\n... (9 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/maui_water_quality_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/maui_water_quality_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/maui_water_quality/index.htmlTable https://coral.org/maui/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/maui_water_quality.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=maui_water_quality&showErrors=false&email= Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) maui_water_quality
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_001.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_001 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_001.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 001: Waikiki Yacht Club, Oahu, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_001 was located at the bridge pier of the Waikiki Yacht Club at Ala Wai Harbor by the mouth of the Ala Wai Canal near Waikiki on the South Shore of Oahu in the state of Hawaii. The sensor package was fixed to a piling at about 1.0 meter depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\nchlorophyll_dm_qd (chlorophyll delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\npressure_raw (water pressure (raw), dbar)\npressure_dm_qd (water pressure delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nplatform1 (platform)\ninstrument1 (instrument)\ncrs (coordinate reference system)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_001_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_001_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_001/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-waikiki/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_001.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_001&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_001
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_002.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_002 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_002.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 002: Hawaii Yacht Club, Oahu, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_002 is located at a floating dock off of the Hawaii Yacht Club at Ala Wai Harbor by the mouth of the Ala Wai Canal near Waikiki on the South Shore of Oahu in the State of Hawaii. The sensor package is fixed to the floating dock just below the ocean surface at about 0.5 meter depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\ntemperature_qc_agg (QARTOD Aggregate/Rollup Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_gap (QARTOD Gap Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_syn (QARTOD Syntax Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_loc (QARTOD Location Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_rng (QARTOD Gross Range Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_clm (QARTOD Climatology Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_spk (QARTOD Spike Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_rtc (QARTOD Rate of Change Test (processed), 1)\n... (67 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_002_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_002_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_002/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-hawaiiyachtclub/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_002.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_002&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_002
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_003.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_003 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_003.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 003: Atlantis Submarine Dock, Oahu, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_003 is located at the Atlantis Submarine dock adjacent to Kahanamoku Lagoon and the Hilton Hawaiian Village near Waikiki on the South Shore of Oahu in the State of Hawaii. The sensor package is fixed to the pier at approximately 2 meters below mean sea level. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\ntemperature_qc_agg (QARTOD Aggregate/Rollup Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_gap (QARTOD Gap Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_syn (QARTOD Syntax Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_loc (QARTOD Location Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_rng (QARTOD Gross Range Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_clm (QARTOD Climatology Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_spk (QARTOD Spike Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_rtc (QARTOD Rate of Change Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_flt (QARTOD Flat Line Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_mvr (QARTOD Multi-Variate Test (processed), 1)\n... (37 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_003_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_003_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_003/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-atlantis/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_003.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_003&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_003
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_004.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_004 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_004.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 004: Waikiki Aquarium, Oahu, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_004 is located near Waikiki Aquarium on the South Shore of Oahu in the State of Hawaii. The sensor package is mounted to the sea floor at approximately 2.0 meters depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\ntemperature_qc_agg (QARTOD Aggregate/Rollup Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_gap (QARTOD Gap Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_syn (QARTOD Syntax Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_loc (QARTOD Location Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_rng (QARTOD Gross Range Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_clm (QARTOD Climatology Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_spk (QARTOD Spike Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_rtc (QARTOD Rate of Change Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_flt (QARTOD Flat Line Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_mvr (QARTOD Multi-Variate Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_atn (QARTOD Attenuated Signal Test (processed), 1)\n... (36 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_004_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_004_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_004/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-waikikiaquarium/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_004.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_004&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_004
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_005.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_005 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_005.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 005: Pago Pago, Tutuila, American Samoa The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_005 is located at the dock of the Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources (DMWR) in Pago Pago Harbor on the island of Tutuila in American Samoa. The sensor package is mounted to the sea floor at approximately 2 meters depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\nchlorophyll_dm_qd (chlorophyll delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\npressure_raw (water pressure (raw), dbar)\npressure_dm_qd (water pressure delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nplatform1 (platform)\ninstrument1 (instrument)\ncrs (coordinate reference system)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_005_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_005_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_005/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-pagopago/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_005.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_005&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_005
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_006.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_006 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_006.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 006: Pohnpei, FSM The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_006 is located at the Kangaroo Court dock inside the lagoon near Kolonia on the north shore of Pohnpei in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). The sensor package is mounted to the dock at approximately 1 meter depth. For a limited time period between August 2011 and May 2014, the sensor package was relocated approximately 275 meters further down the coast to a floating dock at the Pohnpei Surf Club. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\nchlorophyll_dm_qd (chlorophyll delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\npressure_raw (water pressure (raw), dbar)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_006_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_006_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_006/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-pohnpei/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_006.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_006&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_006
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_007.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_007 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_007.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 007: Majuro, Marshall Islands The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_007 is located at the Uliga dock inside the lagoon on the eastern edge of Majuro Atoll in the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI). The sensor package is mounted to the sea floor at approximately 2 meters depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\nchlorophyll_dm_qd (chlorophyll delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\npressure_raw (water pressure (raw), dbar)\npressure_dm_qd (water pressure delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nplatform1 (platform)\ninstrument1 (instrument)\ncrs (coordinate reference system)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_007_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_007_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_007/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-majuro/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_007.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_007&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_007
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_008.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_008 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_008.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 008: Koror, Palau The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_008 was located at the dock of the Palau International Coral Reef Center (PICRC) in Koror in southern Palau. The sensor package was mounted to the sea floor at approximately 3.5 meters depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\nchlorophyll_dm_qd (chlorophyll delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\npressure_raw (water pressure (raw), dbar)\npressure_dm_qd (water pressure delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nplatform1 (platform)\ninstrument1 (instrument)\ncrs (coordinate reference system)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_008_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_008_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_008/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-koror/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_008.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_008&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_008
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_009.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_009 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_009.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 009: Cetti Bay, Guam The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_009 was located approximately 70 meters offshore of Cetti Bay near Umatac on the southwest coast of Guam. The sensor package was mounted to the sea floor at approximately 3 meters depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\nchlorophyll_dm_qd (chlorophyll delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\npressure_raw (water pressure (raw), dbar)\npressure_dm_qd (water pressure delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nplatform1 (platform)\ninstrument1 (instrument)\ncrs (coordinate reference system)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_009_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_009_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_009/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-cetti/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_009.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_009&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_009
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_010.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_010 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_010.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 010: Maunalua Bay, Oahu, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_010 is located off the old pier in Maunalua Bay in Hawaii Kai on the South Shore of Oahu in the State of Hawaii. The sensor package is fixed to the pier at about 2 meters depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\ntemperature_qc_agg (QARTOD Aggregate/Rollup Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_gap (QARTOD Gap Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_syn (QARTOD Syntax Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_loc (QARTOD Location Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_rng (QARTOD Gross Range Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_clm (QARTOD Climatology Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_spk (QARTOD Spike Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_rtc (QARTOD Rate of Change Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_flt (QARTOD Flat Line Test (processed), 1)\n... (66 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_010_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_010_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_010/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-maunalua/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_010.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_010&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_010
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_011.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_011 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_011.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 011: Laolao Bay, Saipan, CNMI The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_011 was located approximately 70 meters offshore of Puntan Babpot near the golf course at Laolao Bay on the east shore of Saipan in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI). The sensor package was mounted to the sea floor at approximately 3 meters depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\nchlorophyll_dm_qd (chlorophyll delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\npressure_raw (water pressure (raw), dbar)\npressure_dm_qd (water pressure delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nplatform1 (platform)\ninstrument1 (instrument)\ncrs (coordinate reference system)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_011_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_011_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_011/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-saipan/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_011.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_011&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_011
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_012.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_012 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_012.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 012: Kalama Beach Park, Maui, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_012 is located at Kalama Beach Park in Kihei along the south shore of Maui in the State of Hawaii. The sensor package is fixed to a mooring at about 1.5 meters depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\nsensor_depth (Sensor depth (processed), m)\nph (pH (processed), 1)\noxygen (dissolved oxygen concentration (processed), mg/L)\noxygen_saturation (dissolved oxygen saturation (processed), %)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\n... (14 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_012_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_012_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_012/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-kalama/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_012.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_012&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_012
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_013.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_013 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_013.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 013: Kahului, Maui, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_013 was located in Kahului Harbor on the north shore of Maui in the State of Hawaii. The sensor package was fixed to a piling at about 1.5 meters depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\nsensor_depth (Sensor depth (processed), m)\nph (pH (processed), 1)\noxygen (dissolved oxygen concentration (processed), mg/L)\noxygen_saturation (dissolved oxygen saturation (processed), %)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\nchlorophyll_dm_qd (chlorophyll delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_013_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_013_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_013/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-kahului/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_013.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_013&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_013
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_015.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_015 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_015.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 015: Pago Bay, Guam The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_015 located in Pago Bay near the mouth of the Pago River on the eastern shore of Guam. The sensor package is mounted to the sea floor at approximately 1.5 meters depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\nchlorophyll_dm_qd (chlorophyll delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\npressure_raw (water pressure (raw), dbar)\npressure_dm_qd (water pressure delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nplatform1 (platform)\ninstrument1 (instrument)\ncrs (coordinate reference system)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_015_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_015_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_015/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-pago/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_015.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_015&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_015
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_016.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_016 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_016.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor 016: Wailupe, Oahu, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_016 was located off Wailupe in Maunalua Bay in Aina Haina on the South Shore of Oahu in the State of Hawaii. The sensor package was fixed to a pier at about 1 meter depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\nchlorophyll_dm_qd (chlorophyll delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\npressure_raw (water pressure (raw), dbar)\npressure_dm_qd (water pressure delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nplatform1 (platform)\ninstrument1 (instrument)\ncrs (coordinate reference system)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_016_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_016_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_016/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-wailupe/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_016.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_016&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_016
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_cwb_001.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_cwb_001 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_cwb_001.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor Clean Water Branch 001: Waialae, Oahu, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_cwb_001 was located 0.85 mi (1.4 km) offshore of Waialae Beach Park in Maunalua Bay on the South Shore of Oahu in the State of Hawaii for the Department of Health (DOH) Clean Water Branch (CWB). Originally mounted on an inline mooring at about 6 meters depth, the sensor package was later moved to about 9 meters depth on August 27, 2019. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\nchlorophyll_dm_qd (chlorophyll delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\npressure_raw (water pressure (raw), dbar)\npressure_dm_qd (water pressure delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nplatform1 (platform)\ninstrument1 (instrument)\ncrs (coordinate reference system)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_cwb_001_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_cwb_001_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_cwb_001/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-waialae/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_cwb_001.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_cwb_001&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_cwb_001
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_cwb_002.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_cwb_002 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_cwb_002.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor Clean Water Branch 002: Kawaikui Beach Park, Oahu, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_cwb_002 was located approximately 350 m south/southwest of Kawaikui Beach Park in Maunalua Bay on the South Shore of Oahu in the State of Hawaii for the Department of Health (DOH) Clean Water Branch (CWB). The sensor package was mounted on a cement block at about 1.5 meters depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\nchlorophyll_dm_qd (chlorophyll delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\npressure_raw (water pressure (raw), dbar)\npressure_dm_qd (water pressure delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nplatform1 (platform)\ninstrument1 (instrument)\ncrs (coordinate reference system)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_cwb_002_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_cwb_002_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_cwb_002/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-kawaikui/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_cwb_002.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_cwb_002&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_cwb_002
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_cwb_003.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_cwb_003 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_cwb_003.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor Clean Water Branch 003: Hawaii Kai Boat Channel, Oahu, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_cwb_003 was located about 0.5 mi (0.8 km) offshore of Kalanianaole Highway Bridge at the Kui Boat Channel that provides access between Maunalua Bay and Hawaii Kai Marina on the South Shore of Oahu in the State of Hawaii for the Department of Health (DOH) Clean Water Branch (CWB). The sensor package was mounted on a channel marker at approximately 4 meters depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nchlorophyll_raw (chlorophyll (raw), ug/L)\nchlorophyll_dm_qd (chlorophyll delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\npressure_raw (water pressure (raw), dbar)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_cwb_003_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_cwb_003_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_cwb_003/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-hawaiikai/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_cwb_003.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_cwb_003&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_cwb_003
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_cwb_004.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_cwb_004 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_cwb_004.graph PacIOOS Nearshore Sensor Clean Water Branch 004: Keehi Lagoon, Oahu, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. nss_cwb_004 was located separately at two locations within Keehi Lagoon near Keehi Lagoon Beach Park and the Interstate H-1 freeway on the South Shore of Oahu in the State of Hawaii for the Department of Health (DOH) Clean Water Branch (CWB). The CWB collected these data to assess water quality in the lagoon to determine whether state water quality standards are being met and to monitor how the water quality is changing over time. Due to the triangle shape of the boat canal and multiple islands within the lagoon, water circulation is limited, in particular in the vicinity of the stream mouths. The sensor package was mounted to a PVC mooring at approximately 2.5 meters depth. PacIOOS nearshore sensors monitor coastal water conditions to help provide early indications of potentially polluted run-off from storm drainage, sewage spills, and soil erosion from land-based waterways such as streams and other outflows that lead directly into the ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nturbidity_raw (turbidity NTU (raw), 1)\nturbidity_dm_qd (turbidity NTU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_cwb_004_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_cwb_004_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_cwb_004/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-keehi/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_cwb_004.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_cwb_004&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_cwb_004
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/tabledap/wqb_04.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/wqb_04 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/wqb_04.graph PacIOOS Water Quality Buoy 04: Hilo Bay, Big Island, Hawaii The water quality buoys are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. wqb_04 is located in Hilo Bay on the east side of the Big Island. Continuous sampling of this area provides a record of baseline conditions of the chemical and biological environment for comparison when there are pollution events such as storm runoff or a sewage spill.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity FNU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\noxygen (dissolved oxygen concentration (processed), mg/L)\noxygen_saturation (dissolved oxygen saturation (processed), %)\nph (pH (processed), 1)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\ntemperature_qc_agg (QARTOD Aggregate/Rollup Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_gap (QARTOD Gap Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_syn (QARTOD Syntax Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_loc (QARTOD Location Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_rng (QARTOD Gross Range Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_clm (QARTOD Climatology Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_spk (QARTOD Spike Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_rtc (QARTOD Rate of Change Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_flt (QARTOD Flat Line Test (processed), 1)\n... (94 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/wqb_04_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/wqb_04_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/wqb_04/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/wqbuoy-hilo/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/wqb_04.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=wqb_04&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) wqb_04
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/wqb_05.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/wqb_05 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/wqb_05.graph PacIOOS Water Quality Buoy 05: Pelekane Bay, Big Island, Hawaii The water quality buoys are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed points. wqb_05 is located in Pelekane Bay near Kawaihae Harbor on the west side of the Big Island. Continuous sampling of this area provides a record of baseline conditions of the chemical and biological environment for comparison when there are pollution events such as storm runoff or a sewage spill.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity FNU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\noxygen (dissolved oxygen concentration (processed), mg/L)\noxygen_saturation (dissolved oxygen saturation (processed), %)\nph (pH (processed), 1)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\ntemperature_qc_agg (QARTOD Aggregate/Rollup Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_gap (QARTOD Gap Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_syn (QARTOD Syntax Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_loc (QARTOD Location Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_rng (QARTOD Gross Range Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_clm (QARTOD Climatology Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_spk (QARTOD Spike Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_rtc (QARTOD Rate of Change Test (processed), 1)\ntemperature_qc_flt (QARTOD Flat Line Test (processed), 1)\n... (94 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/wqb_05_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/wqb_05_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/wqb_05/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/wqbuoy-pelekane/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/wqb_05.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=wqb_05&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) wqb_05
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_002.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_002 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_002.graph PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program 002: Kephara, Pohnpei, FSM The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. The PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program (WQSPP) supports scientists and natural resource managers to collect water quality data in order to inform research, conservation, planning, and resource management projects in the U.S. Insular Pacific region. Comprised of a network of \"roving\" water quality nearshore sensors, the WQSPP provides participating partners with sensors, data management, and technical capacity-building to allow for robust data collection. nss_wqspp_002 was located approximately 1 km north of Kephara Island and 75 meters offshore of the barrier reef along the southwest shore of Pohnpei in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). The sensor package was mounted to the sea floor at approximately 40 meters depth. Data were recorded hourly. Dr. Kevin Rhodes of the Micronesia Islands Nature Alliance (MINA) deployed this nearshore sensor within the Kephara Marine Sanctuary near Kephara Island and Black Coral Island to examine environmental parameters in association with grouper (Epinephelidae) spawning aggregations. Water temperature measurements collected by the sensor also served to monitor and reveal triggers for coral bleaching events.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\nsalinity_dm_qd (salinity PSU delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_wqspp_002_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_wqspp_002_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_wqspp_002/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-kephara/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_wqspp_002.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_wqspp_002&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_wqspp_002
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_003.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_003 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_003.graph PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program 003: Palmyra Atoll The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. The PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program (WQSPP) supports scientists and natural resource managers to collect water quality data in order to inform research, conservation, planning, and resource management projects in the U.S. Insular Pacific region. Comprised of a network of \"roving\" water quality nearshore sensors, the WQSPP provides participating partners with sensors, data management, and technical capacity-building to allow for robust data collection. nss_wqspp_003 was located approximately 350 meters southwest of Sand Island and 350 meters northwest of Penguin Spit along the western shores of Palmyra Atoll in the equatorial Northern Pacific Ocean. The sensor package was mounted to the sea floor at approximately 4 meters depth. Data were recorded every 7 minutes. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), with the help of Dr. Jennifer E. Smith from Scripps Institution of Oceanography of the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), deployed this nearshore sensor at Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge to support reef recovery efforts. USFWS removed a large shipwreck from Palmyra Atoll in 2013. The shipwreck had devastating impacts on the reef as the wreck's iron fostered the growth of corallimorph, an invasive organism that smothered a large amount of the once healthy reef. Over time, coral diversity diminished and the reef turned into a \"black reef\", dominated by this single, invasive species. The successful removal of the shipwreck was followed by the removal of invasive species and the restoration of vital coral reef habitat. Post-removal surveys of coral growth, health, and recolonization were conducted, but drastic fluctuations in turbidity due to resuspension and occasional temperature elevations triggered seasonal coral bleaching. Data collected by this sensor helped to increase the understanding of oceanographic conditions and associated impacts for ongoing and future coral reef restoration efforts.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\n... (18 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_wqspp_003_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_wqspp_003_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_wqspp_003/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-palmyra/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_wqspp_003.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_wqspp_003&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_wqspp_003
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_004.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_004 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_004.graph PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program 004: Kewalo Basin, Oahu, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. The PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program (WQSPP) supports scientists and natural resource managers to collect water quality data in order to inform research, conservation, planning, and resource management projects in the U.S. Insular Pacific region. Comprised of a network of \"roving\" water quality nearshore sensors, the WQSPP provides participating partners with sensors, data management, and technical capacity-building to allow for robust data collection. nss_wqspp_004 was located within the Kewalo Basin Harbor channel entrance approximately 85 meters from Point Panic just offshore of the Kewalo Marine Laboratory of the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Kewalo Basin is located along Oahu's South Shore, situated between Kaka'ako Waterfront Park to its north and popular Ala Moana Beach Park to its south. The sensor package was mounted to the sea floor at approximately 1.5 meters depth. As part of the WQSPP, the Friends of Kewalos (FOK) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to receive a PacIOOS nearshore sensor for a limited time. The non-profit organization, whose mission is to protect and preserve Kewalo Basin Park, used the sensor to monitor water quality conditions before and during a construction project in Kewalo Basin Harbor. The Kewalo Basin Pier Repair-Improvement and Boat Slip Addition had the potential to stir up bottom sediments and alter the water quality conditions within the basin and the channel entrance with potential impacts on nearshore and offshore ocean users.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\n... (13 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_wqspp_004_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_wqspp_004_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_wqspp_004/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-kewalo/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_wqspp_004.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_wqspp_004&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_wqspp_004
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_005.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_005 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_005.graph PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program 005: Kahala, Oahu, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. The PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program (WQSPP) supports scientists and natural resource managers to collect water quality data in order to inform research, conservation, planning, and resource management projects in the U.S. Insular Pacific region. Comprised of a network of \"roving\" water quality nearshore sensors, the WQSPP provides participating partners with sensors, data management, and technical capacity-building to allow for robust data collection. nss_wqspp_005 was located approximately 100 meters offshore of Waialae Beach Park in Kahala along the west side of Maunalua Bay on the South Shore of Oahu in the State of Hawaii. The sensor package was mounted to the sea floor at approximately 1.5 meters depth. As part of the WQSPP, Malama Maunalua was awarded use of this nearshore sensor to enhance water quality monitoring efforts in Maunalua Bay. Malama Maunalua is a community-based, non-profit stewardship organization committed to conserving and restoring a healthy and productive Maunalua Bay. The sensor collected critical parameters at Waialae Stream mouth and stormwater outlet to assess sediment loads and water input. The data helped to inform ongoing work at Paiko Restoration Area, which is adversely impacted by invasive algae. The sensor also complemented the existing PacIOOS sensor on the eastern side of Maunalua Bay (NSS-010) to improve the understanding of bay-wide, land-based inputs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\n... (12 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_wqspp_005_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_wqspp_005_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_wqspp_005/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-kahala/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_wqspp_005.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_wqspp_005&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_wqspp_005
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_006.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_006 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_006.graph PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program 006: Ngaremlengui, Babeldoab, Palau The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. The PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program (WQSPP) supports scientists and natural resource managers to collect water quality data in order to inform research, conservation, planning, and resource management projects in the U.S. Insular Pacific region. Comprised of a network of \"roving\" water quality nearshore sensors, the WQSPP provides participating partners with sensors, data management, and technical capacity-building to allow for robust data collection. nss_wqspp_006 was located at Ngaremlengui dock along the Chometubet River in the village of Ngermetengel on the west coast of the island of Babeldoab in the Republic of Palau. The sensor package was originally mounted to the dock at approximately 1 meter depth but was later redeployed at approximately 2 meters depth on October 8, 2020. Data were recorded every 8 or 10 minutes. The Forest and Watershed Restoration Program of the Ebiil Society of Palau replanted vegetative cover in an upland development area above the dock and adjacent river. As part of the WQSPP, the Ebiil Society deployed this PacIOOS nearshore water quality sensor to monitor sediment run-off in the downstream and reef area and thereby assess the success of the revegetation efforts.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\nsalinity_raw (salinity PSU (raw), 1)\n... (10 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_wqspp_006_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_wqspp_006_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_wqspp_006/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-ngaremlengui/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_wqspp_006.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_wqspp_006&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_wqspp_006
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_007.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_007 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_007.graph PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program 007: Dausokele Estuary, Pohnpei, FSM The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. The PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program (WQSPP) supports scientists and natural resource managers to collect water quality data in order to inform research, conservation, planning, and resource management projects in the U.S. Insular Pacific region. Comprised of a network of \"roving\" water quality nearshore sensors, the WQSPP provides participating partners with sensors, data management, and technical capacity-building to allow for robust data collection. As part of the WQSPP, the Conservation Society of Pohnpei (CSP) deployed a nearshore sensor 170 meters northeast of the Pohnpei International Airport runway within Dausokele Estuary within the lagoon along the northern shores of Pohnpei in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). The sensor package was mounted to the sea floor at approximately 9.5 meters depth. Data were recorded every 8 minutes. Land-based sedimentation can have severe impacts on the surrounding watersheds, compromising the water quality and the coastal habitat of coral reefs and fish. Inland development activities have purportedly increased in recent years, prompting the need to monitor sediment run-off from key watersheds. Measuring water quality conditions with an accurate sensor will allow CSP to better understand the variations in water quality during different weather conditions, especially periods of heavy rain.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\npressure (water pressure (processed), dbar)\ntemperature_raw (water temperature (raw), Celsius)\ntemperature_dm_qd (water temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_wqspp_007_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_wqspp_007_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_wqspp_007/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-dausokele/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_wqspp_007.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_wqspp_007&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_wqspp_007
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_008.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_008 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_008.graph PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program 008: Maalaea Harbor, Maui, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. The PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program (WQSPP) supports scientists and natural resource managers to collect water quality data in order to inform research, conservation, planning, and resource management projects in the U.S. Insular Pacific region. Comprised of a network of \"roving\" water quality nearshore sensors, the WQSPP provides participating partners with sensors, data management, and technical capacity-building to allow for robust data collection. As part of the WQSPP, the Maui Nui Marine Resource Council (MNMRC) deployed a nearshore sensor at Maalaea Harbor, Maui. The non-profit organization is interested to learn more about the effects of tides, wind, and swell on water quality in the harbor, and monitor water quality variability over time. The data will help inform the watershed management plan \"Vision for Pohakea\", which aims to reduce sediment and pollutants in Maalaea Bay and its harbor. MNMRC is also partnering with Waterkeepers Hawaiian Islands to utilize several thousand oysters in the harbor to help improve water quality. Rotating at approximately monthly intervals to various locations within the harbor, the instrument is a Sea-Bird Scientific SBE 16plus V2 SeaCAT CTD coupled with a Sea-Bird Scientific ECO FLNTU optical sensor.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU, 1)\nchlorophyll (ug/L)\npressure (water pressure, dbar)\nplatform1 (platform)\ninstrument1 (instrument)\ncrs (coordinate reference system)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_wqspp_008_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_wqspp_008_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_wqspp_008/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-maalaea/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_wqspp_008.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_wqspp_008&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_wqspp_008
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_009.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_009 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/nss_wqspp_009.graph PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program 009: Nomilo Fishpond, Kauai, Hawaii The nearshore sensors are part of the Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) and are designed to measure a variety of ocean parameters at fixed point locations. The PacIOOS Water Quality Sensor Partnership Program (WQSPP) supports scientists and natural resource managers to collect water quality data in order to inform research, conservation, planning, and resource management projects in the U.S. Insular Pacific region. Comprised of a network of \"roving\" water quality nearshore sensors, the WQSPP provides participating partners with sensors, data management, and technical capacity-building to allow for robust data collection. As part of the WQSPP, Kauai Sea Farm deployed a nearshore sensor at Nomilo Fishpond along the south shore of Kauai. The fishpond is a naturally-formed resource within an ancient volcanic caldera located in Kalaheo and has a centuries-long history of food production. However, it has been underutilized in the past 100 years and is undergoing a renaissance. To reduce excessive phytoplankton and prevent oxygen depletion events, the seawater channel between the pond and ocean has been restored and shellfish farming has been introduced. A research project is also expected to introduce native sea cucumber aquaculture to better cycle nutrients along the pond bottom. The PacIOOS water quality sensor has been utilized to measure changes in four areas of the pond throughout the 10-month deployment to assist with spatial planning and optimization of aquaculture activities and to determine potential impacts of these activities on the aquatic environment of the fishpond. The instrument is a Sea-Bird Scientific SBE 16plus V2 SeaCAT CTD coupled with a Sea-Bird Scientific ECO FLNTU optical sensor.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (Distance below mean sea level, m)\nstation_name (station)\ntemperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU (processed), 1)\nturbidity (turbidity NTU (processed), 1)\nchlorophyll (chlorophyll (processed), ug/L)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nss_wqspp_009_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nss_wqspp_009_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/nss_wqspp_009/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/water/sensor-nomilo/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/nss_wqspp_009.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nss_wqspp_009&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) nss_wqspp_009
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/infinite_float_00001_ctd.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/infinite_float_00001_ctd https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/infinite_float_00001_ctd.graph Seatrec infiniTE Float: Deployment 1: CTD: Kona, Hawaii Island, Hawaii The Seatrec infiniTE (Infinite Thermal Energy) float is the first subsurface ocean profiling platform powered by clean, renewable energy to address the power constraints of traditional floats. By combining an autonomous profiling float with a proprietary energy harvesting system, the infiniTE float generates electricity from the ocean's temperature differences to power sensors that are not feasible on existing profiling floats. Its baseline configuration includes a conductivity, temperature, depth (CTD) sensor and can profile three times a day to a depth of approximately 1000 meters.\n\ncdm_data_type = Profile\nVARIABLES:\nprofile_number\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\ndepth (m)\ntemperature (water temperature, Celsius)\nsalinity (salinity PSU, 1)\nenergy_used (J)\nenergy_generated (J)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/infinite_float_00001_ctd_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/infinite_float_00001_ctd_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/infinite_float_00001_ctd/index.htmlTable https://seatrec.com (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/infinite_float_00001_ctd.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=infinite_float_00001_ctd&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) infinite_float_00001_ctd
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_171406.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_171406 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_171406.graph Shark-Borne Temperature Profiles: Tiger Shark 171406 Ocean temperature depth profiles as measured via a tagged tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Data are transmitted via satellite when the shark's dorsal fin surfaces the water, including ocean temperatures at 15 depths distributed across the most recent ascending profile. The timestamp and spatial coordinates of each surface transmission are assigned to the entire profile.\n\ncdm_data_type = Profile\nVARIABLES:\nprofile_id (profile identifier)\ntime (surface/transmission time of profile, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\naltitude (m)\ntemperature (mean temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_min (minimum temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_max (maximum temperature, Celsius)\nlocation_time (surface/transmission time of latitude/longitude position, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlocation_source (source of latitude/longitude surface position, 1)\nlocation_class (positional accuracy flag, 1)\nerror_radius (radius in meters of Argos estimated geolocation error, m)\nerror_semi_major_axis (semi-major axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_semi_minor_axis (semi-minor axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_ellipse_orientation (orientation from true north of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, degrees)\nfastloc_residual (quality indicator of Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nfastloc_time_error (estimated error of observed time of Fastloc geolocation, seconds)\ngps_satellites (number of GPS satellites used in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\ngps_bad_satellites (number of GPS satellites discarded in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nptt (Argos PTT tag identifier, 0)\ndeployment_id (deployment identifier, 0)\nspecies_scientific (species scientific name, 0)\nspecies_common (species common name, 0)\nspecimen_sex (1)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/himb_shark_profiles_171406_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/himb_shark_profiles_171406_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/himb_shark_profiles_171406/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/projects/sharks/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/himb_shark_profiles_171406.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=himb_shark_profiles_171406&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) himb_shark_profiles_171406
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_171409.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_171409 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_171409.graph Shark-Borne Temperature Profiles: Tiger Shark 171409 Ocean temperature depth profiles as measured via a tagged tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Data are transmitted via satellite when the shark's dorsal fin surfaces the water, including ocean temperatures at 15 depths distributed across the most recent ascending profile. The timestamp and spatial coordinates of each surface transmission are assigned to the entire profile.\n\ncdm_data_type = Profile\nVARIABLES:\nprofile_id (profile identifier)\ntime (surface/transmission time of profile, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\naltitude (m)\ntemperature (mean temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_min (minimum temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_max (maximum temperature, Celsius)\nlocation_time (surface/transmission time of latitude/longitude position, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlocation_source (source of latitude/longitude surface position, 1)\nlocation_class (positional accuracy flag, 1)\nerror_radius (radius in meters of Argos estimated geolocation error, m)\nerror_semi_major_axis (semi-major axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_semi_minor_axis (semi-minor axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_ellipse_orientation (orientation from true north of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, degrees)\nfastloc_residual (quality indicator of Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nfastloc_time_error (estimated error of observed time of Fastloc geolocation, seconds)\ngps_satellites (number of GPS satellites used in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\ngps_bad_satellites (number of GPS satellites discarded in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nptt (Argos PTT tag identifier, 0)\ndeployment_id (deployment identifier, 0)\nspecies_scientific (species scientific name, 0)\nspecies_common (species common name, 0)\nspecimen_sex (1)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/himb_shark_profiles_171409_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/himb_shark_profiles_171409_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/himb_shark_profiles_171409/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/projects/sharks/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/himb_shark_profiles_171409.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=himb_shark_profiles_171409&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) himb_shark_profiles_171409
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_176025.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_176025 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_176025.graph Shark-Borne Temperature Profiles: Tiger Shark 176025 Ocean temperature depth profiles as measured via a tagged tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Data are transmitted via satellite when the shark's dorsal fin surfaces the water, including ocean temperatures at 15 depths distributed across the most recent ascending profile. The timestamp and spatial coordinates of each surface transmission are assigned to the entire profile.\n\ncdm_data_type = Profile\nVARIABLES:\nprofile_id (profile identifier)\ntime (surface/transmission time of profile, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\naltitude (m)\ntemperature (mean temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_min (minimum temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_max (maximum temperature, Celsius)\nlocation_time (surface/transmission time of latitude/longitude position, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlocation_source (source of latitude/longitude surface position, 1)\nlocation_class (positional accuracy flag, 1)\nerror_radius (radius in meters of Argos estimated geolocation error, m)\nerror_semi_major_axis (semi-major axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_semi_minor_axis (semi-minor axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_ellipse_orientation (orientation from true north of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, degrees)\nfastloc_residual (quality indicator of Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nfastloc_time_error (estimated error of observed time of Fastloc geolocation, seconds)\ngps_satellites (number of GPS satellites used in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\ngps_bad_satellites (number of GPS satellites discarded in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nptt (Argos PTT tag identifier, 0)\ndeployment_id (deployment identifier, 0)\nspecies_scientific (species scientific name, 0)\nspecies_common (species common name, 0)\nspecimen_sex (1)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/himb_shark_profiles_176025_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/himb_shark_profiles_176025_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/himb_shark_profiles_176025/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/projects/sharks/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/himb_shark_profiles_176025.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=himb_shark_profiles_176025&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) himb_shark_profiles_176025
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_176027.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_176027 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_176027.graph Shark-Borne Temperature Profiles: Tiger Shark 176027 Ocean temperature depth profiles as measured via a tagged tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Data are transmitted via satellite when the shark's dorsal fin surfaces the water, including ocean temperatures at 15 depths distributed across the most recent ascending profile. The timestamp and spatial coordinates of each surface transmission are assigned to the entire profile.\n\ncdm_data_type = Profile\nVARIABLES:\nprofile_id (profile identifier)\ntime (surface/transmission time of profile, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\naltitude (m)\ntemperature (mean temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_min (minimum temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_max (maximum temperature, Celsius)\nlocation_time (surface/transmission time of latitude/longitude position, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlocation_source (source of latitude/longitude surface position, 1)\nlocation_class (positional accuracy flag, 1)\nerror_radius (radius in meters of Argos estimated geolocation error, m)\nerror_semi_major_axis (semi-major axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_semi_minor_axis (semi-minor axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_ellipse_orientation (orientation from true north of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, degrees)\nfastloc_residual (quality indicator of Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nfastloc_time_error (estimated error of observed time of Fastloc geolocation, seconds)\ngps_satellites (number of GPS satellites used in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\ngps_bad_satellites (number of GPS satellites discarded in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nptt (Argos PTT tag identifier, 0)\ndeployment_id (deployment identifier, 0)\nspecies_scientific (species scientific name, 0)\nspecies_common (species common name, 0)\nspecimen_sex (1)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/himb_shark_profiles_176027_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/himb_shark_profiles_176027_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/himb_shark_profiles_176027/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/projects/sharks/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/himb_shark_profiles_176027.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=himb_shark_profiles_176027&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) himb_shark_profiles_176027
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_176028.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_176028 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_176028.graph Shark-Borne Temperature Profiles: Tiger Shark 176028 Ocean temperature depth profiles as measured via a tagged tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Data are transmitted via satellite when the shark's dorsal fin surfaces the water, including ocean temperatures at 15 depths distributed across the most recent ascending profile. The timestamp and spatial coordinates of each surface transmission are assigned to the entire profile.\n\ncdm_data_type = Profile\nVARIABLES:\nprofile_id (profile identifier)\ntime (surface/transmission time of profile, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\naltitude (m)\ntemperature (mean temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_min (minimum temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_max (maximum temperature, Celsius)\nlocation_time (surface/transmission time of latitude/longitude position, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlocation_source (source of latitude/longitude surface position, 1)\nlocation_class (positional accuracy flag, 1)\nerror_radius (radius in meters of Argos estimated geolocation error, m)\nerror_semi_major_axis (semi-major axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_semi_minor_axis (semi-minor axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_ellipse_orientation (orientation from true north of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, degrees)\nfastloc_residual (quality indicator of Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nfastloc_time_error (estimated error of observed time of Fastloc geolocation, seconds)\ngps_satellites (number of GPS satellites used in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\ngps_bad_satellites (number of GPS satellites discarded in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nptt (Argos PTT tag identifier, 0)\ndeployment_id (deployment identifier, 0)\nspecies_scientific (species scientific name, 0)\nspecies_common (species common name, 0)\nspecimen_sex (1)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/himb_shark_profiles_176028_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/himb_shark_profiles_176028_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/himb_shark_profiles_176028/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/projects/sharks/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/himb_shark_profiles_176028.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=himb_shark_profiles_176028&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) himb_shark_profiles_176028
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_176029.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_176029 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_176029.graph Shark-Borne Temperature Profiles: Tiger Shark 176029 Ocean temperature depth profiles as measured via a tagged tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Data are transmitted via satellite when the shark's dorsal fin surfaces the water, including ocean temperatures at 15 depths distributed across the most recent ascending profile. The timestamp and spatial coordinates of each surface transmission are assigned to the entire profile.\n\ncdm_data_type = Profile\nVARIABLES:\nprofile_id (profile identifier)\ntime (surface/transmission time of profile, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\naltitude (m)\ntemperature (mean temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_min (minimum temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_max (maximum temperature, Celsius)\nlocation_time (surface/transmission time of latitude/longitude position, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlocation_source (source of latitude/longitude surface position, 1)\nlocation_class (positional accuracy flag, 1)\nerror_radius (radius in meters of Argos estimated geolocation error, m)\nerror_semi_major_axis (semi-major axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_semi_minor_axis (semi-minor axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_ellipse_orientation (orientation from true north of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, degrees)\nfastloc_residual (quality indicator of Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nfastloc_time_error (estimated error of observed time of Fastloc geolocation, seconds)\ngps_satellites (number of GPS satellites used in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\ngps_bad_satellites (number of GPS satellites discarded in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nptt (Argos PTT tag identifier, 0)\ndeployment_id (deployment identifier, 0)\nspecies_scientific (species scientific name, 0)\nspecies_common (species common name, 0)\nspecimen_sex (1)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/himb_shark_profiles_176029_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/himb_shark_profiles_176029_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/himb_shark_profiles_176029/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/projects/sharks/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/himb_shark_profiles_176029.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=himb_shark_profiles_176029&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) himb_shark_profiles_176029
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_204412.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_204412 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_204412.graph Shark-Borne Temperature Profiles: Tiger Shark 204412 Ocean temperature depth profiles as measured via a tagged tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Data are transmitted via satellite when the shark's dorsal fin surfaces the water, including ocean temperatures at 15 depths distributed across the most recent ascending profile. The timestamp and spatial coordinates of each surface transmission are assigned to the entire profile.\n\ncdm_data_type = Profile\nVARIABLES:\nprofile_id (profile identifier)\ntime (surface/transmission time of profile, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\naltitude (m)\ntemperature (mean temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_min (minimum temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_max (maximum temperature, Celsius)\nlocation_time (surface/transmission time of latitude/longitude position, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlocation_source (source of latitude/longitude surface position, 1)\nlocation_class (positional accuracy flag, 1)\nerror_radius (radius in meters of Argos estimated geolocation error, m)\nerror_semi_major_axis (semi-major axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_semi_minor_axis (semi-minor axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_ellipse_orientation (orientation from true north of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, degrees)\nfastloc_residual (quality indicator of Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nfastloc_time_error (estimated error of observed time of Fastloc geolocation, seconds)\ngps_satellites (number of GPS satellites used in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\ngps_bad_satellites (number of GPS satellites discarded in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nptt (Argos PTT tag identifier, 0)\ndeployment_id (deployment identifier, 0)\nspecies_scientific (species scientific name, 0)\nspecies_common (species common name, 0)\nspecimen_sex (1)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/himb_shark_profiles_204412_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/himb_shark_profiles_204412_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/himb_shark_profiles_204412/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/projects/sharks/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/himb_shark_profiles_204412.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=himb_shark_profiles_204412&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) himb_shark_profiles_204412
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_244397.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_244397 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_244397.graph Shark-Borne Temperature Profiles: Tiger Shark 244397 Ocean temperature depth profiles as measured via a tagged tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Data are transmitted via satellite when the shark's dorsal fin surfaces the water, including ocean temperatures at 15 depths distributed across the most recent ascending profile. The timestamp and spatial coordinates of each surface transmission are assigned to the entire profile.\n\ncdm_data_type = Profile\nVARIABLES:\nprofile_id (profile identifier)\ntime (surface/transmission time of profile, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\naltitude (m)\ntemperature (mean temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_min (minimum temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_max (maximum temperature, Celsius)\nlocation_time (surface/transmission time of latitude/longitude position, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlocation_source (source of latitude/longitude surface position, 1)\nlocation_class (positional accuracy flag, 1)\nerror_radius (radius in meters of Argos estimated geolocation error, m)\nerror_semi_major_axis (semi-major axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_semi_minor_axis (semi-minor axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_ellipse_orientation (orientation from true north of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, degrees)\nfastloc_residual (quality indicator of Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nfastloc_time_error (estimated error of observed time of Fastloc geolocation, seconds)\ngps_satellites (number of GPS satellites used in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\ngps_bad_satellites (number of GPS satellites discarded in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nptt (Argos PTT tag identifier, 0)\ndeployment_id (deployment identifier, 0)\nspecies_scientific (species scientific name, 0)\nspecies_common (species common name, 0)\nspecimen_sex (1)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/himb_shark_profiles_244397_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/himb_shark_profiles_244397_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/himb_shark_profiles_244397/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/projects/sharks/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/himb_shark_profiles_244397.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=himb_shark_profiles_244397&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) himb_shark_profiles_244397
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_244399.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_244399 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_244399.graph Shark-Borne Temperature Profiles: Tiger Shark 244399 Ocean temperature depth profiles as measured via a tagged tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Data are transmitted via satellite when the shark's dorsal fin surfaces the water, including ocean temperatures at 15 depths distributed across the most recent ascending profile. The timestamp and spatial coordinates of each surface transmission are assigned to the entire profile.\n\ncdm_data_type = Profile\nVARIABLES:\nprofile_id (profile identifier)\ntime (surface/transmission time of profile, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\naltitude (m)\ntemperature (mean temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_min (minimum temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_max (maximum temperature, Celsius)\nlocation_time (surface/transmission time of latitude/longitude position, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlocation_source (source of latitude/longitude surface position, 1)\nlocation_class (positional accuracy flag, 1)\nerror_radius (radius in meters of Argos estimated geolocation error, m)\nerror_semi_major_axis (semi-major axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_semi_minor_axis (semi-minor axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_ellipse_orientation (orientation from true north of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, degrees)\nfastloc_residual (quality indicator of Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nfastloc_time_error (estimated error of observed time of Fastloc geolocation, seconds)\ngps_satellites (number of GPS satellites used in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\ngps_bad_satellites (number of GPS satellites discarded in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nptt (Argos PTT tag identifier, 0)\ndeployment_id (deployment identifier, 0)\nspecies_scientific (species scientific name, 0)\nspecies_common (species common name, 0)\nspecimen_sex (1)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/himb_shark_profiles_244399_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/himb_shark_profiles_244399_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/himb_shark_profiles_244399/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/projects/sharks/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/himb_shark_profiles_244399.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=himb_shark_profiles_244399&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) himb_shark_profiles_244399
https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_244400.subset https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_244400 https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/tabledap/himb_shark_profiles_244400.graph Shark-Borne Temperature Profiles: Tiger Shark 244400 Ocean temperature depth profiles as measured via a tagged tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier). Data are transmitted via satellite when the shark's dorsal fin surfaces the water, including ocean temperatures at 15 depths distributed across the most recent ascending profile. The timestamp and spatial coordinates of each surface transmission are assigned to the entire profile.\n\ncdm_data_type = Profile\nVARIABLES:\nprofile_id (profile identifier)\ntime (surface/transmission time of profile, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\naltitude (m)\ntemperature (mean temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_min (minimum temperature, Celsius)\ntemperature_max (maximum temperature, Celsius)\nlocation_time (surface/transmission time of latitude/longitude position, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlocation_source (source of latitude/longitude surface position, 1)\nlocation_class (positional accuracy flag, 1)\nerror_radius (radius in meters of Argos estimated geolocation error, m)\nerror_semi_major_axis (semi-major axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_semi_minor_axis (semi-minor axis of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, m)\nerror_ellipse_orientation (orientation from true north of Argos estimated geolocation error ellipse, degrees)\nfastloc_residual (quality indicator of Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nfastloc_time_error (estimated error of observed time of Fastloc geolocation, seconds)\ngps_satellites (number of GPS satellites used in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\ngps_bad_satellites (number of GPS satellites discarded in Fastloc geolocation, 1)\nptt (Argos PTT tag identifier, 0)\ndeployment_id (deployment identifier, 0)\nspecies_scientific (species scientific name, 0)\nspecies_common (species common name, 0)\nspecimen_sex (1)\n... (4 more variables)\n https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/himb_shark_profiles_244400_fgdc.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/himb_shark_profiles_244400_iso19115.xml https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/info/himb_shark_profiles_244400/index.htmlTable https://www.pacioos.hawaii.edu/projects/sharks/ (external link) https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/rss/himb_shark_profiles_244400.rss https://pae-paha.pacioos.hawaii.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=himb_shark_profiles_244400&showErrors=false&email= Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) himb_shark_profiles_244400

 
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