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Weather Station: Honolulu Harbor Entrance, Oahu, HawaiiHIMB Weather Station: Moku o Loe (Coconut Island), Oahu, HawaiiCRRF Weather Station: Palau: Koror: Ngeanges IslandWaveWatch III (WW3) Hawaii Regional Wave ModelWaveWatch III (WW3) Samoa Regional Wave ModelWaveWatch III (WW3) Mariana Regional Wave ModelWaveWatch III (WW3) Hawaii Regional Wave Model, Lon+/-180WaveWatch III (WW3) Samoa Regional Wave Model, Lon+/-180WaveWatch III (WW3) Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI) Regional Wave ModelWaveWatch III (WW3) Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI) Regional Wave Model, Lon+/-180WaveWatch III (WW3) Global Wave ModelWaveWatch III (WW3) Global Wave Model, Lon+/-180NEOWAVE Regional Tsunami Model: Hawaii: Kauai: Port AllenNEOWAVE Regional Tsunami Model: Hawaii: Lanai: KaumalapauNEOWAVE Regional Tsunami Model: Hawaii: Kauai: NawiliwiliNEOWAVE Regional Tsunami Model: Hawaii: Molokai: KaunakakaiNEOWAVE Regional Tsunami Model: Hawaii: Oahu: Pearl HarborNEOWAVE Regional Tsunami Model: American Samoa: Tutuila: Pago PagoNEOWAVE Regional Tsunami Model: Guam: Apra HarborNEOWAVE Regional Tsunami Model: Guam: Agana and Tumon BaysNEOWAVE Regional Tsunami Model: American Samoa: Auasi and Aunuu HarborsNEOWAVE Regional Tsunami Model: Guam: Agat MarinaNEOWAVE Regional Tsunami Model: Guam: Agat BayThe Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS) operates a Davis Instruments automatic weather station (AWS) near the entrance to Honolulu Harbor on the leeward (western) coast of Oahu in Hawaii to aid with navigation. The station records measurements every 5 minutes of air temperature, wind speed and direction, precipitation, relative humidity, and air pressure. Sensors are located at Pier 1, installed on a tower at an elevation of 64 feet (19.5 meters) above sea level. The station is owned by the Hawaii Pilots Association (HPA). PacIOOS maintains the station and provides data access.
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VARIABLES:
time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)
latitude (degrees_north)
longitude (degrees_east)
altitude (Distance above mean sea level, m)
station_name (station)
air_temperature (air temperature (processed), Celsius)
wind_speed (wind speed (processed), m/s)
gust_speed (gust speed (processed), m/s)
wind_from_direction (wind direction (processed), degrees)
rainfall_rate (rain rate (processed), mm/h)
relative_humidity (relative humidity (processed), %)
air_pressure (air pressure (processed), millibars)
air_temperature_raw (air temperature (raw), Celsius)
air_temperature_dm_qd (air temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)
air_temperature_qc_agg (QARTOD Aggregate/Rollup Test (processed), 1)
air_temperature_qc_gap (QARTOD Gap Test (processed), 1)
air_temperature_qc_syn (QARTOD Syntax Test (processed), 1)
air_temperature_qc_loc (QARTOD Location Test (processed), 1)
air_temperature_qc_rng (QARTOD Gross Range Test (processed), 1)
air_temperature_qc_clm (QARTOD Climatology Test (processed), 1)
air_temperature_qc_spk (QARTOD Spike Test (processed), 1)
... (92 more variables)
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.
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VARIABLES:
time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)
latitude (degrees_north)
longitude (degrees_east)
altitude (Distance above mean sea level, m)
station_name (station)
air_temperature (air temperature (processed), Celsius)
sea_water_temperature (water temperature (processed), Celsius)
wind_speed (wind speed (processed), m/s)
gust_speed (gust speed (processed), m/s)
wind_from_direction (wind direction (processed), degrees)
wind_from_direction_std (standard deviation of wind direction (processed), degrees)
rainfall_amount (total rainfall (processed), mm)
shortwave_radiation (downwelling shortwave radiation (processed), W/m2)
ultraviolet_radiation (ultraviolet radiation (processed), W/m2)
photosynthetic_radiation (photosynthetically active radiation (processed), umol m-2 s-1)
air_temperature_raw (air temperature (raw), Celsius)
air_temperature_dm_qd (air temperature delayed-mode quality descriptor, 1)
air_temperature_qc_agg (QARTOD Aggregate/Rollup Test (processed), 1)
air_temperature_qc_atn (QARTOD Attenuated Signal Test (processed), 1)
air_temperature_qc_clm (QARTOD Climatology Test (processed), 1)
air_temperature_qc_flt (QARTOD Flat Line Test (processed), 1)
... (139 more variables)
Since 2007, the Coral Reef Research Foundation (CRRF) has operated a Campbell Scientific automatic weather station (AWS) in Palau designed to measure meteorological/atmospheric conditions relevant to Koror State's Rock Islands Southern Lagoon, a World Heritage Site. With little flat land in the Rock Islands, the weather station is located on a 40-ft tower situated on a karst ridge on Ngeanges Island at 100 ft elevation, about 5.4 km (3.5 mi) from CRRF's study site at Jellyfish Lake. It measures a suite of atmospheric conditions for comparison with CRRF's temporary, floating weather station located on a tripod in Jellyfish Lake, and provides vital data for studying how local weather conditions and ENSO events affect the marine lake environment.
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VARIABLES:
time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)
latitude (degrees_north)
longitude (degrees_east)
altitude (Distance above mean sea level, m)
station_name (station)
air_temperature (Celsius)
air_temperature_max (maximum air temperature, Celsius)
air_temperature_max_time (maximum air temperature: observation time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)
air_temperature_min (minimum air temperature, Celsius)
air_temperature_min_time (minimum air temperature: observation time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)
air_temperature_std (air temperature standard deviation, Celsius)
wind_speed (m/s)
wind_speed_max (gust speed, m/s)
wind_speed_max_time (gust speed: observation time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)
wind_speed_min (minimum wind speed, m/s)
wind_speed_min_time (minimum wind speed: observation time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)
wind_speed_std (wind speed standard deviation, m/s)
wind_from_direction (wind direction, degrees)
wind_from_direction_std (wind direction standard deviation, degrees)
rainfall_amount (total rainfall, mm)
... (23 more variables)
Through a collaborative effort with NOAA/NCEP and NWS Honolulu, the University of Hawaii has implemented a global-scale WaveWatch III (WW3) model (ww3_global), which in turn provides boundary conditions for this Hawaii regional WW3: a 7-day model with a 5-day hourly forecast at approximately 5-km or 0.05-deg resolution. The primary purpose of this regional model is to capture island effects such as island shadowing, refraction, and accurate modeling of local wind waves. Hawaii WW3 is forced with winds from the University of Hawaii Meteorology Department's operational mesoscale model, which has a more suitable spatial resolution than the global scale wind field. The Hawaii regional WW3 also provides boundary conditions for nearshore island-scale models via Simulating WAves Nearshore (SWAN). While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):
Tdir (peak wave direction, degrees)
Tper (peak wave period, second)
Thgt (significant wave height, meters)
sdir (swell peak wave direction, degrees)
sper (swell peak wave period, seconds)
shgt (swell significant wave height, meters)
wdir (wind peak wave direction, degrees)
wper (wind peak wave period, seconds)
whgt (wind significant wave height, meters)
Through a collaborative effort with NOAA/NCEP and NWS Honolulu, the University of Hawaii has implemented a global-scale WaveWatch III (WW3) model (ww3_global), which in turn provides boundary conditions for this Samoa regional WW3: a 7-day model with a 5-day hourly forecast at approximately 5-km or 0.05-deg resolution. The primary purpose of this regional model is to capture island effects such as island shadowing, refraction, and accurate modeling of local wind waves. The Samoa regional WW3 also provides boundary conditions for nearshore island-scale models via Simulating WAves Nearshore (SWAN). While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):
Tdir (peak wave direction, degrees)
Tper (peak wave period, second)
Thgt (significant wave height, meters)
sdir (swell peak wave direction, degrees)
sper (swell peak wave period, seconds)
shgt (swell significant wave height, meters)
wdir (wind peak wave direction, degrees)
wper (wind peak wave period, seconds)
whgt (wind significant wave height, meters)
Through a collaborative effort with NOAA/NCEP and NWS Honolulu, the University of Hawaii has implemented a global-scale WaveWatch III (WW3) model (ww3_global), which in turn provides boundary conditions for this Mariana Islands regional WW3: a 7-day model with a 5-day hourly forecast at approximately 5-km or 0.05-deg resolution. The primary purpose of this regional model is to capture island effects such as island shadowing, refraction, and accurate modeling of local wind waves. The Mariana regional WW3 also provides boundary conditions for nearshore island-scale models via Simulating WAves Nearshore (SWAN). While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):
Tdir (peak wave direction, degrees)
Tper (peak wave period, second)
Thgt (significant wave height, meters)
sdir (swell peak wave direction, degrees)
sper (swell peak wave period, seconds)
shgt (swell significant wave height, meters)
wdir (wind peak wave direction, degrees)
wper (wind peak wave period, seconds)
whgt (wind significant wave height, meters)
Through a collaborative effort with NOAA/NCEP and NWS Honolulu, the University of Hawaii has implemented a global-scale WaveWatch III (WW3) model (ww3_global), which in turn provides boundary conditions for this Hawaii regional WW3: a 7-day model with a 5-day hourly forecast at approximately 5-km or 0.05-deg resolution. The primary purpose of this regional model is to capture island effects such as island shadowing, refraction, and accurate modeling of local wind waves. Hawaii WW3 is forced with winds from the University of Hawaii Meteorology Department's operational mesoscale model, which has a more suitable spatial resolution than the global scale wind field. The Hawaii regional WW3 also provides boundary conditions for nearshore island-scale models via Simulating WAves Nearshore (SWAN). While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):
Tdir (peak wave direction, degrees)
Tper (peak wave period, second)
Thgt (significant wave height, meters)
sdir (swell peak wave direction, degrees)
sper (swell peak wave period, seconds)
shgt (swell significant wave height, meters)
wdir (wind peak wave direction, degrees)
wper (wind peak wave period, seconds)
whgt (wind significant wave height, meters)
Through a collaborative effort with NOAA/NCEP and NWS Honolulu, the University of Hawaii has implemented a global-scale WaveWatch III (WW3) model (ww3_global), which in turn provides boundary conditions for this Samoa regional WW3: a 7-day model with a 5-day hourly forecast at approximately 5-km or 0.05-deg resolution. The primary purpose of this regional model is to capture island effects such as island shadowing, refraction, and accurate modeling of local wind waves. The Samoa regional WW3 also provides boundary conditions for nearshore island-scale models via Simulating WAves Nearshore (SWAN). While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):
Tdir (peak wave direction, degrees)
Tper (peak wave period, second)
Thgt (significant wave height, meters)
sdir (swell peak wave direction, degrees)
sper (swell peak wave period, seconds)
shgt (swell significant wave height, meters)
wdir (wind peak wave direction, degrees)
wper (wind peak wave period, seconds)
whgt (wind significant wave height, meters)
Through a collaborative effort with NOAA/NCEP and NWS Honolulu, the University of Hawaii has implemented a global-scale WaveWatch III (WW3) model (ww3_global), which in turn provides boundary conditions for this Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI) regional WW3: a 7-day model with a 5-day hourly forecast at approximately 5-km or 0.05-deg resolution. The primary purpose of this regional model is to capture island effects such as island shadowing, refraction, and accurate modeling of local wind waves. NWHI WW3 is forced with winds from the University of Hawaii Meteorology Department's operational mesoscale model, which has a more suitable spatial resolution than the global scale wind field. While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):
Tdir (peak wave direction, degrees)
Tper (peak wave period, second)
Thgt (significant wave height, meters)
sdir (swell peak wave direction, degrees)
sper (swell peak wave period, seconds)
shgt (swell significant wave height, meters)
wdir (wind peak wave direction, degrees)
wper (wind peak wave period, seconds)
whgt (wind significant wave height, meters)
Through a collaborative effort with NOAA/NCEP and NWS Honolulu, the University of Hawaii has implemented a global-scale WaveWatch III (WW3) model (ww3_global), which in turn provides boundary conditions for this Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI) regional WW3: a 7-day model with a 5-day hourly forecast at approximately 5-km or 0.05-deg resolution. The primary purpose of this regional model is to capture island effects such as island shadowing, refraction, and accurate modeling of local wind waves. NWHI WW3 is forced with winds from the University of Hawaii Meteorology Department's operational mesoscale model, which has a more suitable spatial resolution than the global scale wind field. While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):
Tdir (peak wave direction, degrees)
Tper (peak wave period, second)
Thgt (significant wave height, meters)
sdir (swell peak wave direction, degrees)
sper (swell peak wave period, seconds)
shgt (swell significant wave height, meters)
wdir (wind peak wave direction, degrees)
wper (wind peak wave period, seconds)
whgt (wind significant wave height, meters)
Through a collaborative effort with NOAA/NCEP and NWS Honolulu, the University of Hawaii has implemented a global-scale WaveWatch III (WW3) 7-day model with a 5-day hourly forecast at approximately 50-km or 0.5-deg resolution. The global model is forced with NOAA/NCEP's Global Forecast System (GFS) winds. This model is designed to capture the large-scale ocean waves and provide spectral boundary conditions for the Hawaii and other Pacific regional WW3 models. While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.
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VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):
Tdir (peak wave direction, degrees)
Tper (peak wave period, second)
Thgt (significant wave height, meters)
sdir (swell peak wave direction, degrees)
sper (swell peak wave period, seconds)
shgt (swell significant wave height, meters)
wdir (wind peak wave direction, degrees)
wper (wind peak wave period, seconds)
whgt (wind significant wave height, meters)
Through a collaborative effort with NOAA/NCEP and NWS Honolulu, the University of Hawaii has implemented a global-scale WaveWatch III (WW3) 7-day model with a 5-day hourly forecast at approximately 50-km or 0.5-deg resolution. The global model is forced with NOAA/NCEP's Global Forecast System (GFS) winds. This model is designed to capture the large-scale ocean waves and provide spectral boundary conditions for the Hawaii and other Pacific regional WW3 models. While considerable effort has been made to implement all model components in a thorough, correct, and accurate manner, numerous sources of error are possible. As such, please use these data with the caution appropriate for any ocean related activity.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth][latitude][longitude]):
Tdir (peak wave direction, degrees)
Tper (peak wave period, second)
Thgt (significant wave height, meters)
sdir (swell peak wave direction, degrees)
sper (swell peak wave period, seconds)
shgt (swell significant wave height, meters)
wdir (wind peak wave direction, degrees)
wper (wind peak wave period, seconds)
whgt (wind significant wave height, meters)
Non-hydrostatic Evolution of Ocean WAVEs (NEOWAVE) regional tsunami model for Port Allen on the southwest coast of the island of Kauai in the state of Hawaii, categorized by earthquake magnitude and subduction zone. Includes nearshore hazard maps of surge, drawdown, and current for hypothetical advisory and warning-level tsunamis from potential sources at the Aleutian, Kuril-Kamchatka, and Peru-Chile subduction zones. Data are gridded at approximately 9-m resolution referenced to the WGS84 coordinate system and use a vertical datum of mean sea level (MSL). This shock-capturing, dispersive wave model computes tsunami generation, propagation, and inundation for complex flow patterns in shelf and reef environments. It has been validated with analytical, laboratory, and field benchmarks and is approved by the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program. These hazard maps cover tsunamis only; other potential hazards such as wind waves and swells would be additive to the surge, drawdown, and current described by these data.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [latitude][longitude]):
current_event01 (current from Aleutians Mw 7.8, meters second-1)
current_event02 (current from Aleutians Mw 8.0, meters second-1)
current_event03 (current from Aleutians Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
current_event04 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.3, meters second-1)
current_event05 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.5, meters second-1)
current_event06 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.7, meters second-1)
current_event07 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.0, meters second-1)
current_event08 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
current_event09 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.4, meters second-1)
drawdown_event01 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 7.8, meters)
drawdown_event02 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 8.0, meters)
drawdown_event03 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 8.2, meters)
drawdown_event04 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 8.3, meters)
drawdown_event05 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 8.5, meters)
drawdown_event06 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 8.7, meters)
drawdown_event07 (drawdown from Kamchatka Mw 8.0, meters)
drawdown_event08 (drawdown from Kamchatka Mw 8.2, meters)
... (10 more variables)
Non-hydrostatic Evolution of Ocean WAVEs (NEOWAVE) regional tsunami model for Kaumalapau Harbor on the west coast of the island of Lanai in the state of Hawaii, categorized by earthquake magnitude and subduction zone. Includes nearshore hazard maps of surge, drawdown, and current for hypothetical advisory and warning-level tsunamis from potential sources at the Aleutian, Kuril-Kamchatka, and Peru-Chile subduction zones. Data are gridded at approximately 3-m resolution referenced to the WGS84 coordinate system and use a vertical datum of mean sea level (MSL). This shock-capturing, dispersive wave model computes tsunami generation, propagation, and inundation for complex flow patterns in shelf and reef environments. It has been validated with analytical, laboratory, and field benchmarks and is approved by the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program. These hazard maps cover tsunamis only; other potential hazards such as wind waves and swells would be additive to the surge, drawdown, and current described by these data.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [latitude][longitude]):
current_event01 (current from Aleutians Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
current_event02 (current from Aleutians Mw 8.4, meters second-1)
current_event03 (current from Aleutians Mw 8.6, meters second-1)
current_event04 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.8, meters second-1)
current_event05 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 9.0, meters second-1)
current_event06 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 9.2, meters second-1)
current_event07 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.6, meters second-1)
current_event08 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.8, meters second-1)
current_event09 (current from Kamchatka Mw 9.0, meters second-1)
drawdown_event01 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 8.2, meters)
drawdown_event02 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 8.4, meters)
drawdown_event03 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 8.6, meters)
drawdown_event04 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 8.8, meters)
drawdown_event05 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 9.0, meters)
drawdown_event06 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 9.2, meters)
drawdown_event07 (drawdown from Kamchatka Mw 8.6, meters)
drawdown_event08 (drawdown from Kamchatka Mw 8.8, meters)
... (10 more variables)
Non-hydrostatic Evolution of Ocean WAVEs (NEOWAVE) regional tsunami model for Nawiliwili Harbor on the southeast coast of the island of Kauai in the state of Hawaii, categorized by earthquake magnitude and subduction zone. Includes nearshore hazard maps of surge, drawdown, and current for hypothetical advisory and warning-level tsunamis from potential sources at the Aleutian, Kuril-Kamchatka, and Peru-Chile subduction zones. Data are gridded at approximately 9-m resolution referenced to the WGS84 coordinate system and use a vertical datum of mean sea level (MSL). This shock-capturing, dispersive wave model computes tsunami generation, propagation, and inundation for complex flow patterns in shelf and reef environments. It has been validated with analytical, laboratory, and field benchmarks and is approved by the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program. These hazard maps cover tsunamis only; other potential hazards such as wind waves and swells would be additive to the surge, drawdown, and current described by these data.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [latitude][longitude]):
current_event01 (current from Aleutians Mw 7.6, meters second-1)
current_event02 (current from Aleutians Mw 7.8, meters second-1)
current_event03 (current from Aleutians Mw 8.0, meters second-1)
current_event04 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.3, meters second-1)
current_event05 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.5, meters second-1)
current_event06 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.7, meters second-1)
current_event07 (current from Kamchatka Mw 7.8, meters second-1)
current_event08 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.0, meters second-1)
current_event09 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
drawdown_event01 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 7.6, meters)
drawdown_event02 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 7.8, meters)
drawdown_event03 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 8.0, meters)
drawdown_event04 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 8.3, meters)
drawdown_event05 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 8.5, meters)
drawdown_event06 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 8.7, meters)
drawdown_event07 (drawdown from Kamchatka Mw 7.8, meters)
drawdown_event08 (drawdown from Kamchatka Mw 8.0, meters)
... (10 more variables)
Non-hydrostatic Evolution of Ocean WAVEs (NEOWAVE) regional tsunami model for Kaunakakai Harbor on the south coast of the island of Molokai in the state of Hawaii, categorized by earthquake magnitude and subduction zone. Includes nearshore hazard maps of surge, drawdown, and current for hypothetical advisory and warning-level tsunamis from potential sources at the Aleutian, Kuril-Kamchatka, and Peru-Chile subduction zones. Data are gridded at approximately 3-m resolution referenced to the WGS84 coordinate system and use a vertical datum of mean sea level (MSL). This shock-capturing, dispersive wave model computes tsunami generation, propagation, and inundation for complex flow patterns in shelf and reef environments. It has been validated with analytical, laboratory, and field benchmarks and is approved by the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program. These hazard maps cover tsunamis only; other potential hazards such as wind waves and swells would be additive to the surge, drawdown, and current described by these data.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [latitude][longitude]):
current_event01 (current from Aleutians Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
current_event02 (current from Aleutians Mw 8.4, meters second-1)
current_event03 (current from Aleutians Mw 8.6, meters second-1)
current_event04 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.8, meters second-1)
current_event05 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 9.0, meters second-1)
current_event06 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 9.2, meters second-1)
current_event07 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.6, meters second-1)
current_event08 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.8, meters second-1)
current_event09 (current from Kamchatka Mw 9.0, meters second-1)
drawdown_event01 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 8.2, meters)
drawdown_event02 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 8.4, meters)
drawdown_event03 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 8.6, meters)
drawdown_event04 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 8.8, meters)
drawdown_event05 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 9.0, meters)
drawdown_event06 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 9.2, meters)
drawdown_event07 (drawdown from Kamchatka Mw 8.6, meters)
drawdown_event08 (drawdown from Kamchatka Mw 8.8, meters)
... (10 more variables)
Non-hydrostatic Evolution of Ocean WAVEs (NEOWAVE) regional tsunami model for Pearl Harbor on the south coast of the island of Oahu in the state of Hawaii, categorized by earthquake magnitude and subduction zone. Includes nearshore hazard maps of surge, drawdown, and current for hypothetical advisory and warning-level tsunamis from potential sources at the Aleutian, Kuril-Kamchatka, and Peru-Chile subduction zones. Data are gridded at approximately 9-m resolution referenced to the WGS84 coordinate system and use a vertical datum of mean sea level (MSL). This shock-capturing, dispersive wave model computes tsunami generation, propagation, and inundation for complex flow patterns in shelf and reef environments. It has been validated with analytical, laboratory, and field benchmarks and is approved by the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program. These hazard maps cover tsunamis only; other potential hazards such as wind waves and swells would be additive to the surge, drawdown, and current described by these data.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [latitude][longitude]):
current_event01 (current from Aleutians Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
current_event02 (current from Aleutians Mw 8.4, meters second-1)
current_event03 (current from Aleutians Mw 8.6, meters second-1)
current_event04 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.8, meters second-1)
current_event05 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 9.0, meters second-1)
current_event06 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 9.2, meters second-1)
current_event07 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.6, meters second-1)
current_event08 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.8, meters second-1)
current_event09 (current from Kamchatka Mw 9.0, meters second-1)
drawdown_event01 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 8.2, meters)
drawdown_event02 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 8.4, meters)
drawdown_event03 (drawdown from Aleutians Mw 8.6, meters)
drawdown_event04 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 8.8, meters)
drawdown_event05 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 9.0, meters)
drawdown_event06 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 9.2, meters)
drawdown_event07 (drawdown from Kamchatka Mw 8.6, meters)
drawdown_event08 (drawdown from Kamchatka Mw 8.8, meters)
... (10 more variables)
Non-hydrostatic Evolution of Ocean WAVEs (NEOWAVE) regional tsunami model for Pago Pago Harbor on the island of Tutuila in American Samoa, categorized by earthquake magnitude and subduction zone. Includes nearshore hazard maps of surge, drawdown, and current for hypothetical advisory and warning-level tsunamis from potential sources at the Kuril-Kamchatka, New Hebrides, Tonga, and Peru-Chile subduction zones. Data are gridded at approximately 9-m resolution referenced to the WGS84 coordinate system and use a vertical datum of mean sea level (MSL). This shock-capturing, dispersive wave model computes tsunami generation, propagation, and inundation for complex flow patterns in shelf and reef environments. It has been validated with analytical, laboratory, and field benchmarks and is approved by the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program. These hazard maps cover tsunamis only; other potential hazards such as wind waves and swells would be additive to the surge, drawdown, and current described by these data.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [latitude][longitude]):
current_event01 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.0, meters second-1)
current_event02 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.1, meters second-1)
current_event03 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
current_event04 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.3, meters second-1)
current_event05 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.4, meters second-1)
current_event06 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.5, meters second-1)
current_event07 (current from New Hebrides Mw 8.6, meters second-1)
current_event08 (current from New Hebrides Mw 8.7, meters second-1)
current_event09 (current from New Hebrides Mw 8.8, meters second-1)
current_event10 (current from Tonga Mw 7.4, meters second-1)
current_event11 (current from Tonga Mw 7.5, meters second-1)
current_event12 (current from Tonga Mw 7.6, meters second-1)
drawdown_event01 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 8.0, meters)
drawdown_event02 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 8.1, meters)
drawdown_event03 (drawdown from Peru-Chile Mw 8.2, meters)
drawdown_event04 (drawdown from Kamchatka Mw 8.3, meters)
drawdown_event05 (drawdown from Kamchatka Mw 8.4, meters)
... (19 more variables)
Non-hydrostatic Evolution of Ocean WAVEs (NEOWAVE) regional tsunami model for Apra Harbor on the island of Guam, categorized by earthquake magnitude and subduction zone. Offshore data are gridded at approximately 90-m resolution while in-harbor data are approximately 9-m resolution. Includes offshore surge and current based on maximum considered tsunamis as well as in-harbor hazard maps of surge, drawdown, and current for hypothetical advisory and warning-level tsunamis from potential sources at the Mariana, Nankai, Philippine, and New Guinea subduction zones. Data are referenced to the WGS84 coordinate system, and the vertical datum is mean sea level (MSL). This shock-capturing, dispersive wave model computes tsunami generation, propagation, and inundation for complex flow patterns in shelf and reef environments. It has been validated with analytical, laboratory, and field benchmarks and is approved by the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program. These hazard maps cover tsunamis only; other potential hazards such as wind waves and swells would be additive to the surge, drawdown, and current described by these data.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [latitude][longitude]):
current_event01 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.1, meters second-1)
current_event02 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.3, meters second-1)
current_event03 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.5, meters second-1)
current_event04 (current from Mariana Mw 7.6, meters second-1)
current_event05 (current from Mariana Mw 7.8, meters second-1)
current_event06 (current from Mariana Mw 8.0, meters second-1)
current_event07 (current from Nankai Mw 8.3, meters second-1)
current_event08 (current from Nankai Mw 8.5, meters second-1)
current_event09 (current from Nankai Mw 8.7, meters second-1)
current_event10 (current from New Guinea Mw 8.4, meters second-1)
current_event11 (current from New Guinea Mw 8.6, meters second-1)
current_event12 (current from New Guinea Mw 8.8, meters second-1)
drawdown_event01 (drawdown from East Philippines Mw 8.1, meters)
drawdown_event02 (drawdown from East Philippines Mw 8.3, meters)
drawdown_event03 (drawdown from East Philippines Mw 8.5, meters)
drawdown_event04 (drawdown from Mariana Mw 7.6, meters)
... (20 more variables)
Non-hydrostatic Evolution of Ocean WAVEs (NEOWAVE) regional tsunami model for adjacent Agana and Tumon Bays along the northwest shore of the island of Guam, categorized by earthquake magnitude and subduction zone. Offshore data are gridded at approximately 90-m resolution while in-harbor data are approximately 9-m resolution. Includes offshore surge and current based on maximum considered tsunamis as well as in-harbor hazard maps of surge, drawdown, and current for hypothetical advisory and warning-level tsunamis from potential sources at the Mariana, Nankai, Philippine, and New Guinea subduction zones. Data are referenced to the WGS84 coordinate system, and the vertical datum is mean sea level (MSL). This shock-capturing, dispersive wave model computes tsunami generation, propagation, and inundation for complex flow patterns in shelf and reef environments. It has been validated with analytical, laboratory, and field benchmarks and is approved by the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program. These hazard maps cover tsunamis only; other potential hazards such as wind waves and swells would be additive to the surge, drawdown, and current described by these data.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [latitude][longitude]):
current_event01 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.0, meters second-1)
current_event02 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
current_event03 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.4, meters second-1)
current_event04 (current from Mariana Mw 7.8, meters second-1)
current_event05 (current from Mariana Mw 8.0, meters second-1)
current_event06 (current from Mariana Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
current_event07 (current from Nankai Mw 8.3, meters second-1)
current_event08 (current from Nankai Mw 8.5, meters second-1)
current_event09 (current from Nankai Mw 8.7, meters second-1)
current_event10 (current from New Guinea Mw 8.4, meters second-1)
current_event11 (current from New Guinea Mw 8.6, meters second-1)
current_event12 (current from New Guinea Mw 8.8, meters second-1)
drawdown_event01 (drawdown from East Philippines Mw 8.0, meters)
drawdown_event02 (drawdown from East Philippines Mw 8.2, meters)
drawdown_event03 (drawdown from East Philippines Mw 8.4, meters)
... (21 more variables)
Non-hydrostatic Evolution of Ocean WAVEs (NEOWAVE) regional tsunami model for adjacent Auasi and Aunuu Small Boat Harbors near the eastern tip of the island of Tutuila in American Samoa, categorized by earthquake magnitude and subduction zone. Includes nearshore hazard maps of surge, drawdown, and current for hypothetical advisory and warning-level tsunamis from potential sources at the Kuril-Kamchatka, New Hebrides, Tonga, and Peru-Chile subduction zones. Data are gridded at approximately 5-m resolution referenced to the WGS84 coordinate system and use a vertical datum of mean sea level (MSL). This shock-capturing, dispersive wave model computes tsunami generation, propagation, and inundation for complex flow patterns in shelf and reef environments. It has been validated with analytical, laboratory, and field benchmarks and is approved by the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program. These hazard maps cover tsunamis only; other potential hazards such as wind waves and swells would be additive to the surge, drawdown, and current described by these data.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [latitude][longitude]):
current_event01 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
current_event02 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.4, meters second-1)
current_event03 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.6, meters second-1)
current_event04 (current from Peru-Chile Mw 8.8, meters second-1)
current_event05 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.0, meters second-1)
current_event06 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
current_event07 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.4, meters second-1)
current_event08 (current from Kamchatka Mw 8.6, meters second-1)
current_event09 (current from New Hebrides Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
current_event10 (current from New Hebrides Mw 8.4, meters second-1)
current_event11 (current from New Hebrides Mw 8.6, meters second-1)
current_event12 (current from New Hebrides Mw 8.8, meters second-1)
current_event13 (current from Tonga Mw 6.6, meters second-1)
current_event14 (current from Tonga Mw 6.8, meters second-1)
current_event15 (current from Tonga Mw 7.0, meters second-1)
current_event16 (current from Tonga Mw 7.2, meters second-1)
... (32 more variables)
Non-hydrostatic Evolution of Ocean WAVEs (NEOWAVE) regional tsunami model for Agat Marina along the southwest shore of the island of Guam, categorized by earthquake magnitude and subduction zone. Includes nearshore hazard maps of surge, drawdown, and current for hypothetical advisory and warning-level tsunamis from potential sources at the Mariana, Nankai, Philippine, and New Guinea subduction zones. Data are gridded at approximately 5-m resolution referenced to the WGS84 coordinate system and use a vertical datum of mean sea level (MSL). This shock-capturing, dispersive wave model computes tsunami generation, propagation, and inundation for complex flow patterns in shelf and reef environments. It has been validated with analytical, laboratory, and field benchmarks and is approved by the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program. These hazard maps cover tsunamis only; other potential hazards such as wind waves and swells would be additive to the surge, drawdown, and current described by these data.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [latitude][longitude]):
current_event01 (current from East Philippines Mw 7.6, meters second-1)
current_event02 (current from East Philippines Mw 7.7, meters second-1)
current_event03 (current from East Philippines Mw 7.8, meters second-1)
current_event04 (current from East Philippines Mw 7.9, meters second-1)
current_event05 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.0, meters second-1)
current_event06 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.1, meters second-1)
current_event07 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
current_event08 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.3, meters second-1)
current_event09 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.4, meters second-1)
current_event10 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.5, meters second-1)
current_event11 (current from Mariana Mw 7.2, meters second-1)
current_event12 (current from Mariana Mw 7.3, meters second-1)
current_event13 (current from Mariana Mw 7.4, meters second-1)
current_event14 (current from Mariana Mw 7.5, meters second-1)
current_event15 (current from Mariana Mw 7.6, meters second-1)
current_event16 (current from Mariana Mw 7.7, meters second-1)
current_event17 (current from Mariana Mw 7.8, meters second-1)
... (124 more variables)
Non-hydrostatic Evolution of Ocean WAVEs (NEOWAVE) regional tsunami model for Agat Bay along the southwest shore of the island of Guam, categorized by earthquake magnitude and subduction zone. Includes nearshore hazard maps of surge, drawdown, and current for hypothetical advisory and warning-level tsunamis from potential sources at the Mariana, Nankai, Philippine, and New Guinea subduction zones. Data are gridded at approximately 20-m resolution referenced to the WGS84 coordinate system and use a vertical datum of mean sea level (MSL). This shock-capturing, dispersive wave model computes tsunami generation, propagation, and inundation for complex flow patterns in shelf and reef environments. It has been validated with analytical, laboratory, and field benchmarks and is approved by the National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program. These hazard maps cover tsunamis only; other potential hazards such as wind waves and swells would be additive to the surge, drawdown, and current described by these data.
cdm_data_type = Grid
VARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [latitude][longitude]):
current_event01 (current from East Philippines Mw 7.6, meters second-1)
current_event02 (current from East Philippines Mw 7.7, meters second-1)
current_event03 (current from East Philippines Mw 7.8, meters second-1)
current_event04 (current from East Philippines Mw 7.9, meters second-1)
current_event05 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.0, meters second-1)
current_event06 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.1, meters second-1)
current_event07 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.2, meters second-1)
current_event08 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.3, meters second-1)
current_event09 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.4, meters second-1)
current_event10 (current from East Philippines Mw 8.5, meters second-1)
current_event11 (current from Mariana Mw 7.2, meters second-1)
current_event12 (current from Mariana Mw 7.3, meters second-1)
current_event13 (current from Mariana Mw 7.4, meters second-1)
current_event14 (current from Mariana Mw 7.5, meters second-1)
current_event15 (current from Mariana Mw 7.6, meters second-1)
current_event16 (current from Mariana Mw 7.7, meters second-1)
current_event17 (current from Mariana Mw 7.8, meters second-1)
... (124 more variables)
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