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griddap Subset tabledap Make A Graph wms files Title Summary FGDC ISO 19115 Info Background Info RSS Institution Dataset ID AIS Met Hydro Met Hydro data collected from Marine Institute AIS antenna\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\nmmsi\nstation_id\ntime (Recordedtime, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\naccuracy\nairtemp\ncdepth2\ncdepth3\ncdir\ncdir2\ncdir3\nclass\ncspeed\ncspeed2\ncspeed3\ndac\ndevice\ndewpoint\nfid\nflowtimestamp (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nhumidity\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nleveltrend\nlongitude (degrees_east)\npreciptype\npressure\npressuretend\nrepeat\n... (19 more variables)\n (external link) Marine Institute ais_met_hydro Argo Float Vertical Profiles Argo float vertical profiles from Coriolis Global Data Assembly Centres\n(GDAC). Argo is an international collaboration that collects high-quality\ntemperature and salinity profiles from the upper 2000m of the ice-free\nglobal ocean and currents from intermediate depths. The data come from\nbattery-powered autonomous floats that spend most of their life drifting\nat depth where they are stabilised by being neutrally buoyant at the\n\"parking depth\" pressure by having a density equal to the ambient pressure\nand a compressibility that is less than that of sea water. At present there\nare several models of profiling float used in Argo. All work in a similar\nfashion but differ somewhat in their design characteristics. At typically\n10-day intervals, the floats pump fluid into an external bladder and rise\nto the surface over about 6 hours while measuring temperature and salinity.\nSatellites or GPS determine the position of the floats when they surface,\nand the floats transmit their data to the satellites. The bladder then\ndeflates and the float returns to its original density and sinks to drift\nuntil the cycle is repeated. Floats are designed to make about 150 such\ncycles.\nData Management URL:\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\nfileNumber (File Number)\ndata_type\nformat_version (File format version)\nhandbook_version (Data handbook version)\nreference_date_time (Date of reference for Julian days, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndate_creation (Date of file creation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndate_update (Date of update of this file, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nplatform_number (Float unique identifier)\nproject_name (Name of the project)\npi_name (Name of the principal investigator)\n... (37 more variables)\n (external link) Argo argoFloats AWQMS Feeagh AWQMS Water Quality Monitoring Lough Feeagh, freshwater, Lake Newport Marine Institute\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nstation_name\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nstation\nlnstationid (Ln Station ID)\ntime (Detection Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nyear\nmonth\nday\nwater_temp_2pt5m (Fresh Water Temperature, degree_C)\nwater_temp_5m (Fresh Water Temperature, degree_C)\nwater_temp_8m (Fresh Water Temperature, degree_C)\nwater_temp_11m (Fresh Water Temperature, degree_C)\nwater_temp_14m (Fresh Water Temperature, degree_C)\nwater_temp_16m (Fresh Water Temperature, degree_C)\nwater_temp_18m (Fresh Water Temperature, degree_C)\nwater_temp_20m (Fresh Water Temperature, degree_C)\nwater_temp_22m (Fresh Water Temperature, degree_C)\nwater_temp_27m (Fresh Water Temperature, degree_C)\nwater_temp_32m (Fresh Water Temperature, degree_C)\nwater_temp_42m (Fresh Water Temperature, degree_C)\nairtemperature (Air Temperature, degree_C)\nbarometric_pressure_1 (Air Pressure)\nchlorophyll_a (Concentration Of Chlorophyll In Sea Water)\nnephelometer (water_turbidity, NTU)\ncdom (Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Material)\npyranometer\n... (16 more variables)\n (external link) Marine Institute IMINewportBuoys AWQMS Furnace (Depth profile) AWQMS Lough Furnace Water Quality Sonde depth profile. Newport\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nlnstationid\ntime (Tmstamp, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ncable_position\ncorrected_sonde_depth\nday\ndrum_position\nfeed_cable_position_change\nfeed_drum_position_change\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nmonth\nrecnum\nrot_encs_response\nsonde_chla_corr (Concentration Of Chlorophyll In Sea Water)\nsonde_chla_v (Concentration Of Chlorophyll In Sea Water)\nsonde_depth\nsonde_do_mgl\nsonde_dopc\nsonde_ph\nsonde_salinity (Sea Water Practical Salinity, PSU)\nsonde_self_clean\nsonde_spco\nsonde_temperature\nstation\nstation_name (Stationname)\ntime_sec_id\nwinch_status_response\nyear\n (external link) Marine Institute imifurnaceawqmsdepthprofile AWQMS Furnace (Surface) AWQMS Lough Furnace Water Quality. Marine Institute Newport\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nstation_name\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nstation\nlnstationid (Ln Station ID)\ntime (Detection Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nyear\nmonth\nday\nairtemperature (Air Temperature)\nbarometric_pressure_1 (Air Pressure)\nchlorophyll_a (Concentration Of Chlorophyll In Sea Water)\nnephelometer\npyranometer\nsurface_pfd\nanemometer\nanemometer_squared\nanemometer_cubed\nbearing\nwind_vane\ncorrected_wind_direction (Wind From Direction)\nsonde_chla_corr (Concentration Of Chlorophyll In Sea Water)\nsonde_chla_v (Concentration Of Chlorophyll In Sea Water)\nsonde_depth\nsonde_do_mgl (mg/l)\nsonde_dopc (percent)\nsonde_ph (Ph Reported On Total Scale, pH)\nsonde_salinity (Sea Water Practical Salinity, PSU)\nsonde_spco (Sonde Sp Co)\nsonde_temperature\n (external link) Marine Institute imifurnaceawqms Compass Mace Head Observation Buoy INTERREG VA COMPASS Project Observation Mooring data from three moored buoys \noff the coasts of Ireland. One at Mace Head, Galaway, Ireland. One at Belfast Pile8, Northern Ireland, \nUK. One at Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland, UK.\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ntime (TIMESTAMP, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nair_pressure_avg (Air Pressure)\nair_temperature (Air Temperature Avg)\nairmar_air_temperature (Airmar Air Temperature Avg)\nairmar_atmospheric_pressure (Air Pressure)\nairmar_dd_lat\nairmar_dd_lat_avg\nairmar_dd_long\nairmar_dd_long_avg\nairmar_day\nairmar_gps_quality\nairmar_latitude (Latitude, degrees_north)\nairmar_longitude (Longitude, degrees_east)\nairmar_month\nairmar_no_of_satelites_used\nairmar_pitch_max\nairmar_pitch_min\nairmar_roll_max\nairmar_roll_min\nairmar_time_gps\nairmar_wind_gust_max (Wind Speed Of Gust)\nairmar_wind_speed_avg (Wind Speed)\n... (82 more variables)\n (external link) Marine Institute compass_mace_head Ireland's Marine Institute CTD profiles CTD (Conductivity Temperature Depth) station measurements of sea temperature, conductivity and salinity binned to 1 \nmetre profiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = Profile\nVARIABLES:\nmidgid (Marine Institute Data Granule Identifier)\nsdn_local_cdi_id (SeaDataNet local CDI ID)\nSeaVox_SeaArea (SeaVox Sea-Area)\nICES_ecoregion\nICES_area\nICES_statistical_rectangle\nMSFD_region (Marine Strategy Framework Directive region)\nMSFD_subregion (Marine Strategy Framework Directive sub-region)\nWFD_waterbody_type (Water Framework Directive waterbody type)\nWFD_waterbody_name (Water Framework Directive waterbody name)\nSWD_shellfish_waterbody (Shellfish Water Directive shellfish water)\nstation_id (Station name)\nsite_bathy_depth (sea floor depth below sea surface, m)\nsdn_csrref_global (SeaDataNet global CSRREF)\ncruise (cruise name)\nplatform_name\nices_platform_code\nplatform_category\nplatform_category_code\nctd_model_name (CTD instrument make and model)\nctd_model_urn (SeaVox Device code for the CTD instrument make and model)\nyear\nmonth\ntime (time of measurement, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndepth (depth of measurement, m)\n... (18 more variables)\n (external link) Marine Institute IMI_CTD MESTECH Multiparameter Sonde data Environmental Sensors. Dublin City University data from a local source.\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\ninstrument_id\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nbattery (Battery Voltage, V)\nclock_date\nclock_time\nconductivity (microSiemens/cm)\ndepth (m)\ndissolved_oxygen (mg/l)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nph (Sea Water Ph Reported On Total Scale, pH)\nph_mv (Sea Water pH mV, mV)\nsalinity (Sea Water Practical Salinity, ppt)\nsite_id\nSeaTemperature (Sea Surface Temperature, degree_C)\nturbidity (NTU)\n (external link) Dublin City University mestech South Rockall Trough Sub-surface Mooring Pilot Deployment (October 2018 - May 2019) - CTD Data This dataset contains raw water temperature, conductivity (derived salinity) and pressure data from CTD instruments from a pilot deep water mooring deployed at a site (15.52 degrees West, 52.999 degrees North) in the South Rockall Trough close to the M6 met-ocean buoy. The pilot sub-surface mooring was deployed in October 2018, then retrieved in May 2019 and consisted of an array of 10 Sea-Bird SBE 37 CTD sensors at a series of fixed depths below the surface (500m, 625m, 750m, 1000m, 1250m, 1500m, 1750m, 2000m, 2500m, 3000m). This subsurface mooring pilot deployment collected data providing a short intra-annual time-series (~8 months) and complements the annual Marine Institute oceanographic survey to the South Rockall Trough, which has taken place since 2004 weather conditions permitting. The CTD sensors were fully calibrated by Sea-Bird in Germany both pre and post deployment. Additional sensors on the mooring include ADCP sensors to measure ocean currents and direction. The mooring was built, deployed and managed by the Marine Institute through discretionary Marine Institute funding and loan of sensors from the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG). At present there are no operational or project funds available to maintain a continuous series of moorings at the South Rockall Trough location but when logistics and infrastructure are available future deployments may take place. The data from the deployment help understand the variability in the water column not visible at the surface and provide context to CTD profile data collected at 12-18 month resolution in the South Rockall Trough. These data are vital in understanding the likely impact of future ocean climate scenarios on key marine sectors as well as understanding possible impacts on ecosystem in the North East Atlantic Ocean.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nmidgid (Marine Institute Data Granule Identifier)\nsdn_local_cdi_id (SeaDataNet local CDI ID)\narray (Array of stations and platforms deployed at these stations.)\nstation_id (Station name)\nsite_bathy_depth (sea floor depth below sea surface, m)\nplatform_name\nplatform_category\nplatform_category_code\nwmo_platform_code\n... (14 more variables)\n (external link) Marine Institute SouthRockallTrough

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