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Recommendations for in-situ data Near Real Time Quality Control. [Version 1.2].
With the construction of operational oceanography systems, the need for real-time has become more and more important. A lot of work had been done in the past, within National Data Centres ...
The European HF radar inventory. Publication date 15 Sep 2016 (Updated version 30 Jan 2017).
The inventory of the different HF radar systems operating in Europe has been gathered thanks to the survey launched by the EuroGOOS HFR Task Team, in the framework of INCREASE and JERICO-NEXT projects. We are very grateful ...
HF Radar Activity in European Coastal Seas: Next Steps toward a Pan-European HF Radar Network.
High Frequency Radar (HFR) is a land-based remote sensing instrument offering a unique insight to coastal ocean variability, by providing synoptic, high frequency and high resolution data at the ocean atmosphere interface. ...
Best Practices on High Frequency Radar Deployment and Operation for Ocean Current Measurement.
High Frequency Radar (HFR) technology refers to land based remote sensing instruments capable of measuring surface currents and ocean waves at ranges up to 200 km or more. HFR technology is widely acknowledged as a ...
Recommendations for CMEMS on standard NetCdf format for tide gauge data: EuroGOOS Tide Gauge Task Team (In collaboration with GLOSS and CMEMS representatives), October 2017, Update to May 2017 version.
(EUROGOOS, Brussels, Belgium, 2017)
The EuroGOOS Tide Gauge Task Team has discussed with CMEMS and GLOSS (Global Sea Level Observing System) representatives about adoption of commonNetCdf standards for sea level data from tide gauges.
Operational Modeling Capacity in European Seas — An EuroGOOS Perspective and Recommendations for Improvement.
An overview of the current European capacity in terms of operational modeling of marine and coastal systems is presented. This overview is compiled from a survey conducted in 2018–2019 among members of EuroGOOS and its ...