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https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/allDatasets.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/allDatasets https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/allDatasets.graph * The List of All Active Datasets in this ERDDAP * This dataset is a table which has a row of information for each dataset currently active in this ERDDAP.\n\ncdm_data_type = Other\nVARIABLES:\ndatasetID (Dataset ID)\naccessible\ninstitution\ndataStructure (Data Structure)\ncdm_data_type (Common Data Model Type)\nclass (ERDDAP Class)\ntitle\nminLongitude (Minimum Longitude, degrees_east)\nmaxLongitude (Maximum Longitude, degrees_east)\nlongitudeSpacing (Average Grid Longitude Spacing, degrees_east)\nminLatitude (Minimum Latitude, degrees_north)\nmaxLatitude (Maximum Latitude, degrees_north)\nlatitudeSpacing (Average Grid Latitude Spacing, degrees_north)\nminAltitude (Minimum Altitude (or negative Depth), m)\nmaxAltitude (Maximum Altitude (or negative Depth), m)\nminTime (Minimum Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nmaxTime (Maximum Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntimeSpacing (Average Grid Time Spacing, seconds)\ngriddap (Base URL of OPeNDAP Grid Service)\nsubset (URL of Subset Web Page)\ntabledap (Base URL of OPeNDAP Table/Sequence Service)\nMakeAGraph (URL of Make-A-Graph Web Page)\nsos (Base URL of SOS Service)\nwcs (Base URL of WCS Service)\nwms (Base URL of WMS Service)\nfiles (Base URL of \"files\" Service)\n... (10 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/allDatasets/index.htmlTable http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physics Lab allDatasets
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/nemo-chaba_met.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/nemo-chaba_met https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/nemo-chaba_met.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/nemo-chaba_met/ NEMO - ChaBa Meteorlogical - Gill Metpak Pro NEMO - ChaBa Meteorlogical - Gill Metpak Pro\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (Sample Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndeployment_name\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nsurface_air_pressure (Pa)\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_agg\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_tests\nair_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature_qc_tests (Sea Water Temperaure Qc Tests)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nrelative_humidity_qc_agg\nrelative_humidity_qc_tests\ndew_point_temperature (degress C)\ndew_point_temperature_qc_agg\ndew_point_temperature_qc_tests\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air (W * m^-2)\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_agg\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_tests\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nemo-chaba_met_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nemo-chaba_met_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/nemo-chaba_met/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/nemo-chaba_met.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nemo-chaba_met&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at the University of Washington - Applied Physics Laboratory nemo-chaba_met
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/nemo-chaba_winds.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/nemo-chaba_winds https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/nemo-chaba_winds.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/nemo-chaba_winds/ NEMO - Chaba Wind - Vaisala WMT 700 Anemometer NEMO - ChaBa Wind - Vaisala WMT 700 Anemometer\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (Sample Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndeployment_name\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nwind_speed (m * s^-1)\nwind_speed_qc_agg\nwind_speed_qc_tests\nwind_speed_of_gust (m * s^-1)\nwind_speed_of_gust_qc_agg\nwind_speed_of_gust_qc_tests\neastward_wind (m * s^-1)\neastward_wind_qc_agg (Eastward Wind Speed Qc Agg)\neastward_wind_qc_tests (Eastward Wind Speed Qc Tests)\nnorthward_wind (m * s^-1)\nnorthward_wind_qc_agg (Northward Wind Speed Qc Agg)\nnorthward_wind_qc_tests (Northward Wind Speed Qc Tests)\nwind_from_direction (degrees)\nwind_from_direction_qc_agg\nwind_from_direction_qc_tests\nair_temperature (degree_C)\nair_temperature_qc_agg\nair_temperature_qc_tests\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nemo-chaba_winds_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nemo-chaba_winds_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/nemo-chaba_winds/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/nemo-chaba_winds.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nemo-chaba_winds&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at the University of Washington - Applied Physics Laboratory nemo-chaba_winds
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/chaba_sbe37_historic.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/chaba_sbe37_historic https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/chaba_sbe37_historic.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/chaba_sbe37_historic/ NEMO Cha'Ba: SBE-37 CTD NEMO Cha'Ba Buoy: SBE-37 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD)\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (Sample Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndeployment_name\ntarget_depth\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\nsea_water_pressure_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure_qc_tests\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_tests\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature_qc_tests (Sea Water Temperaure Qc Tests)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_tests\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/chaba_sbe37_historic_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/chaba_sbe37_historic_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/chaba_sbe37_historic/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/chaba_sbe37_historic.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=chaba_sbe37_historic&showErrors=false&email= NWEM Group chaba_sbe37_historic
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/chaba_wqm_historic.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/chaba_wqm_historic https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/chaba_wqm_historic.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/chaba_wqm_historic/ NEMO Cha'Ba: WQM NEMO Cha'Ba Buoy: WQM\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (Sample Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndeployment_name\ntarget_depth\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\nsea_water_pressure_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure_qc_tests\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_agg (Sea Water Electrical Conductivity Qc Agg)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_tests\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature_qc_tests (Sea Water Temperaure Qc Tests)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_tests\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_tests\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_agg\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_tests\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_qc_agg\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_qc_tests\nsea_water_turbidity (NTU)\nsea_water_turbidity_qc_agg\nsea_water_turbidity_qc_tests\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/chaba_wqm_historic_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/chaba_wqm_historic_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/chaba_wqm_historic/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/chaba_wqm_historic.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=chaba_wqm_historic&showErrors=false&email= NWEM Group chaba_wqm_historic
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/nemo-ss_sbe37_historic.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/nemo-ss_sbe37_historic https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/nemo-ss_sbe37_historic.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/nemo-ss_sbe37_historic/ NEMO Subsurface, Seabird SBE37 CTD, Historical data NEMO Subsurface - Seabird SBE37 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) - Historical data\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (Sample Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndeployment_name\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\nsea_water_pressure_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure_qc_tests\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_tests\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature_qc_tests (Sea Water Temperaure Qc Tests)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_tests\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nemo-ss_sbe37_historic_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nemo-ss_sbe37_historic_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/nemo-ss_sbe37_historic/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/nemo-ss_sbe37_historic.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nemo-ss_sbe37_historic&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physics Laboratory nemo-ss_sbe37_historic
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/nemo-ss_sbe37_nrt.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/nemo-ss_sbe37_nrt https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/nemo-ss_sbe37_nrt.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/nemo-ss_sbe37_nrt/ NEMO Subsurface, Seabird SBE37 CTD, Near-realtime sampling (incomplete data) NEMO Subsurface - Seabird SBE37 Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) - Near-realtime sampling (incomplete data)\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (Sample Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndeployment_name\ntarget_depth\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\nsea_water_pressure_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure_qc_tests\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_tests\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature_qc_tests (Sea Water Temperaure Qc Tests)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_tests\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/nemo-ss_sbe37_nrt_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/nemo-ss_sbe37_nrt_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/nemo-ss_sbe37_nrt/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/nemo-ss_sbe37_nrt.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nemo-ss_sbe37_nrt&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physics Laboratory nemo-ss_sbe37_nrt
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/nemo-ss_adcp https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/nemo-ss_adcp.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/nemo-ss_adcp/ NEMO-SS Velocity Profiler - Upward facing Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) - 60-minute average (DEVELOPMENTAL) NEMO-SS Velocity Profiler - Upward facing Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) - 60-minute average\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\neastward_sea_water_velocity (m/s)\nnorthward_sea_water_velocity (m/s)\nupward_sea_water_velocity (m/s)\necho_intensity_average (m/s)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/nemo-ss_adcp/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/nemo-ss_adcp.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=nemo-ss_adcp&showErrors=false&email= NWEM Group nemo-ss_adcp
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/npby1_L1_profiles https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/npby1_L1_profiles.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby1_L1_profiles/ NPBY1 - Pt Wells - L1 Profile Data The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data contains minimal data processing. The data has been converted \nfrom the raw sensor data (voltages, conductivity) into the respective quantities; \nhowever, no quality control has been performed on this data.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_name\nlongitude (buoy longitude, degrees_east)\nlatitude (buoy latitude, degrees_north)\nsample_number (--)\ncast_number (--)\ntime (Cast Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\nsea_water_pressure_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure_qc_tests\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_tests\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\n... (31 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/npby1_L1_profiles_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/npby1_L1_profiles_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby1_L1_profiles/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby1_L1_profiles.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby1_L1_profiles&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby1_L1_profiles
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L2_gridded_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L2_gridded_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby1_L2_gridded_025/ NPBY1 - Pt Wells - L2 Pressure Gridded Data - 0.25 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][sea_water_pressure]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\ndepth (m)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_agg\n... (9 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby1_L2_gridded_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby1_L2_gridded_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby1_L2_gridded_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby1_L2_gridded_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L2_gridded_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L2_gridded_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby1_L2_gridded_100/ NPBY1 - Pt Wells - L2 Pressure Gridded Data - 1.00 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements,\nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence\n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable$\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][sea_water_pressure]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\ndepth (m)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_agg\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water_qc_agg\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby1_L2_gridded_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby1_L2_gridded_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby1_L2_gridded_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby1_L2_gridded_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L3_depth_climatology_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L3_depth_climatology_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby1_L3_depth_climatology_025/ NPBY1 - Pt Wells - L3 Climatology - Depth Gridded - 0.25 meter (Incomplete) The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby1_L3_depth_climatology_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby1_L3_depth_climatology_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby1_L3_depth_climatology_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby1_L3_depth_climatology_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L3_depth_climatology_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L3_depth_climatology_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby1_L3_depth_climatology_100/ NPBY1 - Pt Wells - L3 Climatology - Depth Gridded - 1.00 meter (Incomplete) The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby1_L3_depth_climatology_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby1_L3_depth_climatology_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby1_L3_depth_climatology_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby1_L3_depth_climatology_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L3_climatology_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L3_climatology_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby1_L3_climatology_025/ NPBY1 - Pt Wells - L3 Climatology - Pressure Gridded - 0.25 dbar (Incomplete) The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][sea_water_pressure]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby1_L3_climatology_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby1_L3_climatology_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby1_L3_climatology_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby1_L3_climatology_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L3_climatology_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L3_climatology_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby1_L3_climatology_100/ NPBY1 - Pt Wells - L3 Climatology - Pressure Gridded - 1.00 dbar (Incomplete) The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][sea_water_pressure]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby1_L3_climatology_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby1_L3_climatology_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby1_L3_climatology_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby1_L3_climatology_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L3_depthgridded_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L3_depthgridded_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby1_L3_depthgridded_025/ NPBY1 - Pt Wells - L3 Depth Gridded Data - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby1_L3_depthgridded_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby1_L3_depthgridded_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby1_L3_depthgridded_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby1_L3_depthgridded_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L3_depthgridded_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L3_depthgridded_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby1_L3_depthgridded_100/ NPBY1 - Pt Wells - L3 Depth Gridded Data - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby1_L3_depthgridded_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby1_L3_depthgridded_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby1_L3_depthgridded_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby1_L3_depthgridded_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L4_anomaly_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L4_anomaly_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby1_L4_anomaly_025/ NPBY1 - Pt Wells - L4 Anomaly - Depth Gridded Data - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\npar (photosynthetically available radiation (PAR), umol photons * m^-2 * sec^-1)\nsea_water_turbidity (NTU)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby1_L4_anomaly_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby1_L4_anomaly_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby1_L4_anomaly_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby1_L4_anomaly_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L4_anomaly_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby1_L4_anomaly_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby1_L4_anomaly_100/ NPBY1 - Pt Wells - L4 Anomaly - Depth Gridded Data - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\npar (photosynthetically available radiation (PAR), umol photons * m^-2 * sec^-1)\nsea_water_turbidity (NTU)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby1_L4_anomaly_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby1_L4_anomaly_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby1_L4_anomaly_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby1_L4_anomaly_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/npby1_met.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/npby1_met https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/npby1_met.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby1_met/ NPBY1 - Pt Wells Meteorological Station Data Meteorological data from the ORCA buoy at Point Wells\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_name\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nmet_package\nsurface_air_pressure (Pa)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nair_temperature (degree_C)\ndew_point_temperature (degree_C)\nwind_speed (m * s^-1)\nwind_from_direction (degrees)\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air (W * m^-2)\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air (mol m^-2 s^-1)\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_aggregate\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_tests\nrelative_humidity_qc_aggregate\nrelative_humidity_qc_tests\nair_temperature_qc_aggregate\nair_temperature_qc_tests\ndew_point_temperature_qc_aggregate\ndew_point_temperature_qc_tests\nwind_speed_qc_aggregate\nwind_speed_qc_tests\nwind_from_direction_qc_aggregate\nwind_from_direction_qc_tests\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_aggregate\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_tests\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air_qc_aggregate\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air_qc_tests\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/npby1_met_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/npby1_met_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby1_met/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby1_met.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby1_met&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby1_met
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/npby2_L1_profiles https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/npby2_L1_profiles.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby2_L1_profiles/ NPBY2 - Carr Inlet - L1 Profile Data The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data contains minimal data processing. The data has been converted \nfrom the raw sensor data (voltages, conductivity) into the respective quantities; \nhowever, no quality control has been performed on this data.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_name\nlongitude (buoy longitude, degrees_east)\nlatitude (buoy latitude, degrees_north)\nsample_number (--)\ncast_number (--)\ntime (Cast Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\nsea_water_pressure_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure_qc_tests\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_tests\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\n... (31 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/npby2_L1_profiles_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/npby2_L1_profiles_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby2_L1_profiles/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby2_L1_profiles.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby2_L1_profiles&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby2_L1_profiles
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L2_gridded_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L2_gridded_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby2_L2_gridded_025/ NPBY2 - Carr Inlet - L2 Pressure Gridded Data - 0.25 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][sea_water_pressure]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\ndepth (m)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_agg\n... (9 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby2_L2_gridded_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby2_L2_gridded_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby2_L2_gridded_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby2_L2_gridded_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L2_gridded_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L2_gridded_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby2_L2_gridded_100/ NPBY2 - Carr Inlet - L2 Pressure Gridded Data - 1.00 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements,\nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence\n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable$\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][sea_water_pressure]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\ndepth (m)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_agg\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water_qc_agg\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby2_L2_gridded_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby2_L2_gridded_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby2_L2_gridded_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby2_L2_gridded_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L3_depth_climatology_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L3_depth_climatology_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby2_L3_depth_climatology_025/ NPBY2 - Carr Inlet - L3 Climatology - Depth Gridded - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby2_L3_depth_climatology_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby2_L3_depth_climatology_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby2_L3_depth_climatology_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby2_L3_depth_climatology_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L3_depth_climatology_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L3_depth_climatology_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby2_L3_depth_climatology_100/ NPBY2 - Carr Inlet - L3 Climatology - Depth Gridded - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby2_L3_depth_climatology_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby2_L3_depth_climatology_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby2_L3_depth_climatology_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby2_L3_depth_climatology_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L3_climatology_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L3_climatology_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby2_L3_climatology_025/ NPBY2 - Carr Inlet - L3 Climatology - Pressure Gridded - 0.25 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][sea_water_pressure]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby2_L3_climatology_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby2_L3_climatology_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby2_L3_climatology_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby2_L3_climatology_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L3_climatology_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L3_climatology_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby2_L3_climatology_100/ NPBY2 - Carr Inlet - L3 Climatology - Pressure Gridded - 1.00 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][sea_water_pressure]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby2_L3_climatology_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby2_L3_climatology_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby2_L3_climatology_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby2_L3_climatology_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L3_depthgridded_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L3_depthgridded_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby2_L3_depthgridded_025/ NPBY2 - Carr Inlet - L3 Depth Gridded Data - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby2_L3_depthgridded_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby2_L3_depthgridded_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby2_L3_depthgridded_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby2_L3_depthgridded_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L3_depthgridded_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L3_depthgridded_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby2_L3_depthgridded_100/ NPBY2 - Carr Inlet - L3 Depth Gridded Data - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby2_L3_depthgridded_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby2_L3_depthgridded_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby2_L3_depthgridded_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby2_L3_depthgridded_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L4_anomaly_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L4_anomaly_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby2_L4_anomaly_025/ NPBY2 - Carr Inlet - L4 Anomaly - Depth Gridded Data - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\npar (photosynthetically available radiation (PAR), umol photons * m^-2 * sec^-1)\nsea_water_turbidity (NTU)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby2_L4_anomaly_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby2_L4_anomaly_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby2_L4_anomaly_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby2_L4_anomaly_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L4_anomaly_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/npby2_L4_anomaly_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby2_L4_anomaly_100/ NPBY2 - Carr Inlet - L4 Anomaly - Depth Gridded Data - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\npar (photosynthetically available radiation (PAR), umol photons * m^-2 * sec^-1)\nsea_water_turbidity (NTU)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby2_L4_anomaly_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby2_L4_anomaly_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby2_L4_anomaly_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby2_L4_anomaly_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/npby2_met.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/npby2_met https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/npby2_met.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/npby2_met/ NPBY2 - Carr Inlet Meteorological Station Data Meteorological data from the ORCA buoy at Carr Inlet\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_name\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nmet_package\nsurface_air_pressure (Pa)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nair_temperature (degree_C)\ndew_point_temperature (degree_C)\nwind_speed (m * s^-1)\nwind_from_direction (degrees)\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air (W * m^-2)\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air (mol m^-2 s^-1)\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_aggregate\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_tests\nrelative_humidity_qc_aggregate\nrelative_humidity_qc_tests\nair_temperature_qc_aggregate\nair_temperature_qc_tests\ndew_point_temperature_qc_aggregate\ndew_point_temperature_qc_tests\nwind_speed_qc_aggregate\nwind_speed_qc_tests\nwind_from_direction_qc_aggregate\nwind_from_direction_qc_tests\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_aggregate\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_tests\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air_qc_aggregate\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air_qc_tests\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/npby2_met_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/npby2_met_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/npby2_met/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/npby2_met.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=npby2_met&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory npby2_met
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca1_L1_profiles https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca1_L1_profiles.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca1_L1_profiles/ ORCA1 - Twanoh - L1 Profile Data The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data contains minimal data processing. The data has been converted \nfrom the raw sensor data (voltages, conductivity) into the respective quantities; \nhowever, no quality control has been performed on this data.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_name\nlongitude (buoy longitude, degrees_east)\nlatitude (buoy latitude, degrees_north)\nsample_number (--)\ncast_number (--)\ntime (Cast Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\nsea_water_pressure_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure_qc_tests\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_tests\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\n... (31 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/orca1_L1_profiles_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/orca1_L1_profiles_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca1_L1_profiles/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca1_L1_profiles.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca1_L1_profiles&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca1_L1_profiles
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L2_gridded_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L2_gridded_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca1_L2_gridded_025/ ORCA1 - Twanoh - L2 Pressure Gridded Data - 0.25 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][sea_water_pressure]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\ndepth (m)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_agg\n... (9 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca1_L2_gridded_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca1_L2_gridded_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca1_L2_gridded_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca1_L2_gridded_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L2_gridded_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L2_gridded_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca1_L2_gridded_100/ ORCA1 - Twanoh - L2 Pressure Gridded Data - 1.00 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements,\nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence\n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable$\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][sea_water_pressure]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\ndepth (m)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_agg\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water_qc_agg\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca1_L2_gridded_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca1_L2_gridded_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca1_L2_gridded_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca1_L2_gridded_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L3_depth_climatology_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L3_depth_climatology_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca1_L3_depth_climatology_025/ ORCA1 - Twanoh - L3 Climatology - Depth Gridded - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca1_L3_depth_climatology_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca1_L3_depth_climatology_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca1_L3_depth_climatology_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca1_L3_depth_climatology_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L3_depth_climatology_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L3_depth_climatology_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca1_L3_depth_climatology_100/ ORCA1 - Twanoh - L3 Climatology - Depth Gridded - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca1_L3_depth_climatology_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca1_L3_depth_climatology_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca1_L3_depth_climatology_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca1_L3_depth_climatology_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L3_climatology_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L3_climatology_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca1_L3_climatology_025/ ORCA1 - Twanoh - L3 Climatology - Pressure Gridded - 0.25 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][sea_water_pressure]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca1_L3_climatology_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca1_L3_climatology_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca1_L3_climatology_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca1_L3_climatology_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L3_climatology_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L3_climatology_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca1_L3_climatology_100/ ORCA1 - Twanoh - L3 Climatology - Pressure Gridded - 1.00 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][sea_water_pressure]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca1_L3_climatology_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca1_L3_climatology_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca1_L3_climatology_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca1_L3_climatology_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L3_depthgridded_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L3_depthgridded_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca1_L3_depthgridded_025/ ORCA1 - Twanoh - L3 Depth Gridded Data - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca1_L3_depthgridded_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca1_L3_depthgridded_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca1_L3_depthgridded_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca1_L3_depthgridded_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L3_depthgridded_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L3_depthgridded_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca1_L3_depthgridded_100/ ORCA1 - Twanoh - L3 Depth Gridded Data - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca1_L3_depthgridded_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca1_L3_depthgridded_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca1_L3_depthgridded_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca1_L3_depthgridded_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L4_anomaly_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L4_anomaly_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca1_L4_anomaly_025/ ORCA1 - Twanoh - L4 Anomaly - Depth Gridded Data - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\npar (photosynthetically available radiation (PAR), umol photons * m^-2 * sec^-1)\nsea_water_turbidity (NTU)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca1_L4_anomaly_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca1_L4_anomaly_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca1_L4_anomaly_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca1_L4_anomaly_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L4_anomaly_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca1_L4_anomaly_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca1_L4_anomaly_100/ ORCA1 - Twanoh - L4 Anomaly - Depth Gridded Data - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\npar (photosynthetically available radiation (PAR), umol photons * m^-2 * sec^-1)\nsea_water_turbidity (NTU)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca1_L4_anomaly_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca1_L4_anomaly_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca1_L4_anomaly_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca1_L4_anomaly_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca1_met.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca1_met https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca1_met.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca1_met/ ORCA1 - Twanoh Meteorological Station Data Meteorological data from the ORCA buoy at Twanoh\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_name\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nmet_package\nsurface_air_pressure (Pa)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nair_temperature (degree_C)\ndew_point_temperature (degree_C)\nwind_speed (m * s^-1)\nwind_from_direction (degrees)\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air (W * m^-2)\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air (mol m^-2 s^-1)\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_aggregate\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_tests\nrelative_humidity_qc_aggregate\nrelative_humidity_qc_tests\nair_temperature_qc_aggregate\nair_temperature_qc_tests\ndew_point_temperature_qc_aggregate\ndew_point_temperature_qc_tests\nwind_speed_qc_aggregate\nwind_speed_qc_tests\nwind_from_direction_qc_aggregate\nwind_from_direction_qc_tests\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_aggregate\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_tests\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air_qc_aggregate\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air_qc_tests\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/orca1_met_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/orca1_met_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca1_met/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca1_met.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca1_met&showErrors=false&email= University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory - NorthWest Environmental Moorings (NWEM) Group orca1_met
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca2_L1_profiles https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca2_L1_profiles.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca2_L1_profiles/ ORCA2 - Hoodsport - L1 Profile Data The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data contains minimal data processing. The data has been converted \nfrom the raw sensor data (voltages, conductivity) into the respective quantities; \nhowever, no quality control has been performed on this data.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_name\nlongitude (buoy longitude, degrees_east)\nlatitude (buoy latitude, degrees_north)\nsample_number (--)\ncast_number (--)\ntime (Cast Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\nsea_water_pressure_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure_qc_tests\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_tests\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\n... (31 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/orca2_L1_profiles_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/orca2_L1_profiles_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca2_L1_profiles/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca2_L1_profiles.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca2_L1_profiles&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca2_L1_profiles
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L2_gridded_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L2_gridded_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca2_L2_gridded_025/ ORCA2 - Hoodsport - L2 Pressure Gridded Data - 0.25 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][sea_water_pressure]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\ndepth (m)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_agg\n... (9 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca2_L2_gridded_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca2_L2_gridded_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca2_L2_gridded_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca2_L2_gridded_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L2_gridded_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L2_gridded_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca2_L2_gridded_100/ ORCA2 - Hoodsport - L2 Pressure Gridded Data - 1.00 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements,\nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence\n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable$\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][sea_water_pressure]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\ndepth (m)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_agg\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water_qc_agg\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca2_L2_gridded_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca2_L2_gridded_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca2_L2_gridded_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca2_L2_gridded_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L3_depth_climatology_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L3_depth_climatology_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca2_L3_depth_climatology_025/ ORCA2 - Hoodsport - L3 Climatology - Depth Gridded - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca2_L3_depth_climatology_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca2_L3_depth_climatology_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca2_L3_depth_climatology_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca2_L3_depth_climatology_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L3_depth_climatology_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L3_depth_climatology_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca2_L3_depth_climatology_100/ ORCA2 - Hoodsport - L3 Climatology - Depth Gridded - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca2_L3_depth_climatology_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca2_L3_depth_climatology_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca2_L3_depth_climatology_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca2_L3_depth_climatology_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L3_climatology_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L3_climatology_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca2_L3_climatology_025/ ORCA2 - Hoodsport - L3 Climatology - Pressure Gridded - 0.25 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][sea_water_pressure]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca2_L3_climatology_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca2_L3_climatology_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca2_L3_climatology_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca2_L3_climatology_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L3_climatology_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L3_climatology_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca2_L3_climatology_100/ ORCA2 - Hoodsport - L3 Climatology - Pressure Gridded - 1.00 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][sea_water_pressure]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca2_L3_climatology_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca2_L3_climatology_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca2_L3_climatology_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca2_L3_climatology_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L3_depthgridded_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L3_depthgridded_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca2_L3_depthgridded_025/ ORCA2 - Hoodsport - L3 Depth Gridded Data - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca2_L3_depthgridded_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca2_L3_depthgridded_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca2_L3_depthgridded_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca2_L3_depthgridded_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L3_depthgridded_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L3_depthgridded_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca2_L3_depthgridded_100/ ORCA2 - Hoodsport - L3 Depth Gridded Data - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca2_L3_depthgridded_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca2_L3_depthgridded_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca2_L3_depthgridded_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca2_L3_depthgridded_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L4_anomaly_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L4_anomaly_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca2_L4_anomaly_025/ ORCA2 - Hoodsport - L4 Anomaly - Depth Gridded Data - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\npar (photosynthetically available radiation (PAR), umol photons * m^-2 * sec^-1)\nsea_water_turbidity (NTU)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca2_L4_anomaly_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca2_L4_anomaly_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca2_L4_anomaly_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca2_L4_anomaly_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L4_anomaly_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca2_L4_anomaly_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca2_L4_anomaly_100/ ORCA2 - Hoodsport - L4 Anomaly - Depth Gridded Data - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\npar (photosynthetically available radiation (PAR), umol photons * m^-2 * sec^-1)\nsea_water_turbidity (NTU)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca2_L4_anomaly_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca2_L4_anomaly_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca2_L4_anomaly_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca2_L4_anomaly_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca2_met.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca2_met https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca2_met.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca2_met/ ORCA2 - Hoodsport Meteorological Station Data Meteorological data from the ORCA buoy at Hoodsport\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_name\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nmet_package\nsurface_air_pressure (Pa)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nair_temperature (degree_C)\ndew_point_temperature (degree_C)\nwind_speed (m * s^-1)\nwind_from_direction (degrees)\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air (W * m^-2)\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air (mol m^-2 s^-1)\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_aggregate\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_tests\nrelative_humidity_qc_aggregate\nrelative_humidity_qc_tests\nair_temperature_qc_aggregate\nair_temperature_qc_tests\ndew_point_temperature_qc_aggregate\ndew_point_temperature_qc_tests\nwind_speed_qc_aggregate\nwind_speed_qc_tests\nwind_from_direction_qc_aggregate\nwind_from_direction_qc_tests\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_aggregate\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_tests\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air_qc_aggregate\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air_qc_tests\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/orca2_met_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/orca2_met_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca2_met/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca2_met.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca2_met&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca2_met
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca3_L1_profiles https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca3_L1_profiles.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca3_L1_profiles/ ORCA3 - Hansville - L1 Profile Data The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data contains minimal data processing. The data has been converted \nfrom the raw sensor data (voltages, conductivity) into the respective quantities; \nhowever, no quality control has been performed on this data.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_name\nlongitude (buoy longitude, degrees_east)\nlatitude (buoy latitude, degrees_north)\nsample_number (--)\ncast_number (--)\ntime (Cast Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\nsea_water_pressure_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure_qc_tests\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_tests\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\n... (31 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/orca3_L1_profiles_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/orca3_L1_profiles_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca3_L1_profiles/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca3_L1_profiles.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca3_L1_profiles&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca3_L1_profiles
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L2_gridded_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L2_gridded_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca3_L2_gridded_025/ ORCA3 - Hansville - L2 Pressure Gridded Data - 0.25 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][sea_water_pressure]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\ndepth (m)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_agg\n... (9 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca3_L2_gridded_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca3_L2_gridded_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca3_L2_gridded_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca3_L2_gridded_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L2_gridded_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L2_gridded_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca3_L2_gridded_100/ ORCA3 - Hansville - L2 Pressure Gridded Data - 1.00 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements,\nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence\n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable$\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][sea_water_pressure]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\ndepth (m)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_agg\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water_qc_agg\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca3_L2_gridded_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca3_L2_gridded_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca3_L2_gridded_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca3_L2_gridded_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L3_depth_climatology_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L3_depth_climatology_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca3_L3_depth_climatology_025/ ORCA3 - Hansville - L3 Climatology - Depth Gridded - 0.25 meter (Incomplete) The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca3_L3_depth_climatology_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca3_L3_depth_climatology_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca3_L3_depth_climatology_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca3_L3_depth_climatology_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L3_depth_climatology_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L3_depth_climatology_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca3_L3_depth_climatology_100/ ORCA3 - Hansville - L3 Climatology - Depth Gridded - 1.00 meter (Incomplete) The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca3_L3_depth_climatology_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca3_L3_depth_climatology_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca3_L3_depth_climatology_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca3_L3_depth_climatology_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L3_climatology_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L3_climatology_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca3_L3_climatology_025/ ORCA3 - Hansville - L3 Climatology - Pressure Gridded - 0.25 dbar (Incomplete) The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][sea_water_pressure]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca3_L3_climatology_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca3_L3_climatology_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca3_L3_climatology_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca3_L3_climatology_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L3_climatology_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L3_climatology_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca3_L3_climatology_100/ ORCA3 - Hansville - L3 Climatology - Pressure Gridded - 1.00 dbar (Incomplete) The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][sea_water_pressure]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca3_L3_climatology_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca3_L3_climatology_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca3_L3_climatology_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca3_L3_climatology_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L3_depthgridded_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L3_depthgridded_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca3_L3_depthgridded_025/ ORCA3 - Hansville - L3 Depth Gridded Data - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca3_L3_depthgridded_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca3_L3_depthgridded_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca3_L3_depthgridded_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca3_L3_depthgridded_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L3_depthgridded_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L3_depthgridded_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca3_L3_depthgridded_100/ ORCA3 - Hansville - L3 Depth Gridded Data - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca3_L3_depthgridded_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca3_L3_depthgridded_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca3_L3_depthgridded_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca3_L3_depthgridded_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L4_anomaly_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L4_anomaly_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca3_L4_anomaly_025/ ORCA3 - Hansville - L4 Anomaly - Depth Gridded Data - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\npar (photosynthetically available radiation (PAR), umol photons * m^-2 * sec^-1)\nsea_water_turbidity (NTU)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca3_L4_anomaly_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca3_L4_anomaly_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca3_L4_anomaly_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca3_L4_anomaly_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L4_anomaly_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca3_L4_anomaly_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca3_L4_anomaly_100/ ORCA3 - Hansville - L4 Anomaly - Depth Gridded Data - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\npar (photosynthetically available radiation (PAR), umol photons * m^-2 * sec^-1)\nsea_water_turbidity (NTU)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca3_L4_anomaly_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca3_L4_anomaly_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca3_L4_anomaly_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca3_L4_anomaly_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca3_met.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca3_met https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca3_met.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca3_met/ ORCA3 - Hansville Meteorological Station Data Meteorological data from the ORCA buoy at Hansville\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_name\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nmet_package\nsurface_air_pressure (Pa)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nair_temperature (degree_C)\ndew_point_temperature (degree_C)\nwind_speed (m * s^-1)\nwind_from_direction (degrees)\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air (W * m^-2)\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air (mol m^-2 s^-1)\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_aggregate\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_tests\nrelative_humidity_qc_aggregate\nrelative_humidity_qc_tests\nair_temperature_qc_aggregate\nair_temperature_qc_tests\ndew_point_temperature_qc_aggregate\ndew_point_temperature_qc_tests\nwind_speed_qc_aggregate\nwind_speed_qc_tests\nwind_from_direction_qc_aggregate\nwind_from_direction_qc_tests\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_aggregate\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_tests\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air_qc_aggregate\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air_qc_tests\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/orca3_met_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/orca3_met_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca3_met/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca3_met.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca3_met&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca3_met
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca4_L1_profiles https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca4_L1_profiles.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca4_L1_profiles/ ORCA4 - Dabob Bay - L1 Profile Data The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data contains minimal data processing. The data has been converted \nfrom the raw sensor data (voltages, conductivity) into the respective quantities; \nhowever, no quality control has been performed on this data.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_name\nlongitude (buoy longitude, degrees_east)\nlatitude (buoy latitude, degrees_north)\nsample_number (--)\ncast_number (--)\ntime (Cast Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\nsea_water_pressure_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure_qc_tests\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_tests\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\n... (31 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/orca4_L1_profiles_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/orca4_L1_profiles_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca4_L1_profiles/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca4_L1_profiles.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca4_L1_profiles&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca4_L1_profiles
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L2_gridded_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L2_gridded_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca4_L2_gridded_025/ ORCA4 - Dabob Bay - L2 Pressure Gridded Data - 0.25 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][sea_water_pressure]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\ndepth (m)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_agg\n... (9 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca4_L2_gridded_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca4_L2_gridded_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca4_L2_gridded_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca4_L2_gridded_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L2_gridded_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L2_gridded_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca4_L2_gridded_100/ ORCA4 - Dabob Bay - L2 Pressure Gridded Data - 1.00 dbar The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements,\nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence\n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable$\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][sea_water_pressure]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\ndepth (m)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water_qc_agg\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water_qc_agg\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca4_L2_gridded_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca4_L2_gridded_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca4_L2_gridded_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca4_L2_gridded_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L3_depth_climatology_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L3_depth_climatology_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca4_L3_depth_climatology_025/ ORCA4 - Dabob Bay - L3 Climatology - Depth Gridded - 0.25 meter (Incomplete) The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca4_L3_depth_climatology_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca4_L3_depth_climatology_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca4_L3_depth_climatology_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca4_L3_depth_climatology_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L3_depth_climatology_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L3_depth_climatology_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca4_L3_depth_climatology_100/ ORCA4 - Dabob Bay - L3 Climatology - Depth Gridded - 1.00 meter (Incomplete) The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca4_L3_depth_climatology_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca4_L3_depth_climatology_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca4_L3_depth_climatology_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca4_L3_depth_climatology_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L3_climatology_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L3_climatology_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca4_L3_climatology_025/ ORCA4 - Dabob Bay - L3 Climatology - Pressure Gridded - 0.25 dbar (Incomplete) The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][sea_water_pressure]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca4_L3_climatology_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca4_L3_climatology_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca4_L3_climatology_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca4_L3_climatology_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L3_climatology_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L3_climatology_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca4_L3_climatology_100/ ORCA4 - Dabob Bay - L3 Climatology - Pressure Gridded - 1.00 dbar (Incomplete) The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis climatology is based upon data taken from casts taken between the years 2010-2022. The data is averaged at each pressure level for each day of a calendar year. After the data is averaged, a 6-week smoothing filter is run over each data level to provide a smoother data record. Climatological averages and standard deviations are provided. When taking the averages, if there is not sufficient data coverage for a given day (i.e., greater than or equal to 80% of the time frame), then no average is taken, and the climatological value for that day at that pressure level is left blank.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][sea_water_pressure]):\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_std (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_std (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_std (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_std (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water_std\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\n... (7 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca4_L3_climatology_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca4_L3_climatology_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca4_L3_climatology_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca4_L3_climatology_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L3_depthgridded_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L3_depthgridded_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca4_L3_depthgridded_025/ ORCA4 - Dabob Bay - L3 Depth Gridded Data - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca4_L3_depthgridded_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca4_L3_depthgridded_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca4_L3_depthgridded_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca4_L3_depthgridded_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L3_depthgridded_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L3_depthgridded_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca4_L3_depthgridded_100/ ORCA4 - Dabob Bay - L3 Depth Gridded Data - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity_qc_agg\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_qc_agg\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_practical_salinity_qc_agg\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nsea_water_sigma_theta_qc_agg\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\n... (11 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca4_L3_depthgridded_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca4_L3_depthgridded_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca4_L3_depthgridded_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca4_L3_depthgridded_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L4_anomaly_025 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L4_anomaly_025.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca4_L4_anomaly_025/ ORCA4 - Dabob Bay - L4 Anomaly - Depth Gridded Data - 0.25 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\npar (photosynthetically available radiation (PAR), umol photons * m^-2 * sec^-1)\nsea_water_turbidity (NTU)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca4_L4_anomaly_025/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca4_L4_anomaly_025.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca4_L4_anomaly_025&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca4_L4_anomaly_025
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L4_anomaly_100 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/orca4_L4_anomaly_100.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca4_L4_anomaly_100/ ORCA4 - Dabob Bay - L4 Anomaly - Depth Gridded Data - 1.00 meter The Northwest Environmental Moorings program maintains\na number of buoys thoughout the Puget Sound region, taking regular profiling\ncasts with a winched CTD attached to a fixed mooring. These profiles measure\nwater pressure, water temperature, and conductivity. Depending on the mooring\nconfiguration, additional instruments are added to take further measurements, \nwhich can include dissolved oxygen, nitrate concentrations, fluoroescence \n(a proxy measurement for chlorophyll concentrations), and turbidity.\n\nThis data has converted raw profiles into a gridded data product. Data from the downcast (i.e., from surface to maximum depth) is extracted, and used to grid each variable to pre-defined pressure levels. Quality control flags are used to improve gridded data quality. Bad data is removed during gridding, while suspect data is flagged. Using the pressure-gridded data, corresponding hydrostatic depths are calculated. From these hydrostatic depths, the data is then interpolated onto fixed depth levels.\n\nThis dataset has historical data, and adds new data shortly after any additional casts\nhave been performed. Data quality delay is usually less than 6 hrs.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [cast_start_time][depth]):\ncast_num (sample number, --)\nsample_time (cast sample time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_a_in_sea_water (mg * m-3)\nmole_concentration_of_nitrate_in_sea_water (umol * kg-1)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent (percent))\npar (photosynthetically available radiation (PAR), umol photons * m^-2 * sec^-1)\nsea_water_turbidity (NTU)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca4_L4_anomaly_100/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca4_L4_anomaly_100.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca4_L4_anomaly_100&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca4_L4_anomaly_100
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca4_met.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca4_met https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/orca4_met.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/orca4_met/ ORCA4 - Dabob Bay Meteorological Station Data Meteorological data from the ORCA buoy at Dabob Bay\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_name\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nmet_package\nsurface_air_pressure (Pa)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nair_temperature (degree_C)\ndew_point_temperature (degree_C)\nwind_speed (m * s^-1)\nwind_from_direction (degrees)\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air (W * m^-2)\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air (mol m^-2 s^-1)\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_aggregate\nsurface_air_pressure_qc_tests\nrelative_humidity_qc_aggregate\nrelative_humidity_qc_tests\nair_temperature_qc_aggregate\nair_temperature_qc_tests\ndew_point_temperature_qc_aggregate\ndew_point_temperature_qc_tests\nwind_speed_qc_aggregate\nwind_speed_qc_tests\nwind_from_direction_qc_aggregate\nwind_from_direction_qc_tests\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_aggregate\nsurface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_qc_tests\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air_qc_aggregate\nsurface_downwelling_photosynthetic_photon_flux_in_air_qc_tests\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/orca4_met_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/orca4_met_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/orca4_met/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/orca4_met.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=orca4_met&showErrors=false&email= Northwest Environmental Moorings Group at University of Washington - Applied Physical Laboratory orca4_met
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/quileute_lander2_adcp https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/quileute_lander2_adcp.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/quileute_lander2_adcp/ Quileute Lander 2 - ADCP Data Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) data at Quileute Lander 2\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\ncorrelation_beam1 (--)\ncorrelation_beam2 (--)\ncorrelation_beam3 (--)\ncorrelation_beam4 (--)\necho_intensity_beam1 (--)\necho_intensity_beam2 (--)\necho_intensity_beam3 (--)\necho_intensity_beam4 (db-)\neastward_sea_water_velocity (m/s)\nnorthward_sea_water_velocity (m/s)\nupward_sea_water_velocity (m/s)\nupward_sea_water_velocity_error (m/s)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/quileute_lander2_adcp/index.htmlTable https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/ http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/quileute_lander2_adcp.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=quileute_lander2_adcp&showErrors=false&email= University of Washington - Applied Physics Laboratory quileute_lander2_adcp
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/quileute_lander2_sbe37.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/quileute_lander2_sbe37 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/quileute_lander2_sbe37.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/quileute_lander2_sbe37/ Quileute Lander 2 - SBE37 CTD Data from a SeaBird SBE37 on the Quileute Lander 2\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlander_name\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ninstrument_time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsample_number (Deployment Sample Record Number, --)\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/quileute_lander2_sbe37_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/quileute_lander2_sbe37_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/quileute_lander2_sbe37/index.htmlTable https://quileutenation.org/ (external link) http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/quileute_lander2_sbe37.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=quileute_lander2_sbe37&showErrors=false&email= Quileute Nation quileute_lander2_sbe37
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/quileute_lander3_adcp https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/griddap/quileute_lander3_adcp.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/quileute_lander3_adcp/ Quileute Lander 3 - ADCP Data Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) data at Quileute Lander 3\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][depth]):\ncorrelation_beam1 (--)\ncorrelation_beam2 (--)\ncorrelation_beam3 (--)\ncorrelation_beam4 (--)\necho_intensity_beam1 (--)\necho_intensity_beam2 (--)\necho_intensity_beam3 (--)\necho_intensity_beam4 (db-)\neastward_sea_water_velocity (m/s)\nnorthward_sea_water_velocity (m/s)\nupward_sea_water_velocity (m/s)\nupward_sea_water_velocity_error (m/s)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/quileute_lander3_adcp/index.htmlTable https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/ http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/quileute_lander3_adcp.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=quileute_lander3_adcp&showErrors=false&email= University of Washington - Applied Physics Laboratory quileute_lander3_adcp
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/quileute_lander3_sbe37.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/quileute_lander3_sbe37 https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/quileute_lander3_sbe37.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/quileute_lander3_sbe37/ Quileute Lander 3 - SBE37 CTD Data from a SeaBird SBE37 on the Quileute Lander 3\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlander_name\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ninstrument_time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsample_number (Deployment Sample Record Number, --)\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (S/m)\nsea_water_practical_salinity (PSU)\nsea_water_sigma_theta (kg * m-3 - 1000)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (mg * L^-1)\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (percent)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/quileute_lander3_sbe37_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/quileute_lander3_sbe37_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/quileute_lander3_sbe37/index.htmlTable https://quileutenation.org/ (external link) http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/quileute_lander3_sbe37.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=quileute_lander3_sbe37&showErrors=false&email= Quileute Nation quileute_lander3_sbe37
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/backyardbuoys_quileute.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/backyardbuoys_quileute https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/backyardbuoys_quileute.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/backyardbuoys_quileute/ Quileute Test Wave Buoy Quileute Test Wave Buoy\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_id (station code)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nprocessing_source\nsignificantWaveHeight (Sea Surface Wave Significant Height, m)\npeakPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Period At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, s)\nmeanPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Mean Period, s)\npeakDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\npeakDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\nmeanDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction, degree)\nmeanDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread, degree)\nsurfaceTemp (Sea Surface Temperature, degree_C)\nsignificantWaveHeight_qc_aggregate\nsignificantWaveHeight_qartod_gross_range_test\nsignificantWaveHeight_qartod_spike_test\nsignificantWaveHeight_qartod_rate_of_change_test\nsignificantWaveHeight_qartod_flat_line_test\npeakPeriod_qc_aggregate\npeakPeriod_qartod_gross_range_test\npeakPeriod_qartod_spike_test\npeakPeriod_qartod_rate_of_change_test\npeakPeriod_qartod_flat_line_test\nmeanPeriod_qc_aggregate\nmeanPeriod_qartod_gross_range_test\nmeanPeriod_qartod_spike_test\nmeanPeriod_qartod_rate_of_change_test\n... (26 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/backyardbuoys_quileute_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/backyardbuoys_quileute_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/backyardbuoys_quileute/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/backyardbuoys_quileute.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=backyardbuoys_quileute&showErrors=false&email= Quileute Tribe, in association with NANOOS backyardbuoys_quileute
https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/backyardbuoys_quinault.subset https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/backyardbuoys_quinault https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/tabledap/backyardbuoys_quinault.graph https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/files/backyardbuoys_quinault/ Quinault Test Wave Buoy Quinault Test Wave Buoy\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\nbuoy_id (station code)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nprocessing_source\nsignificantWaveHeight (Sea Surface Wave Significant Height, m)\npeakPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Period At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, s)\nmeanPeriod (Sea Surface Wave Mean Period, s)\npeakDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\npeakDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread At Variance Spectral Density Maximum, degree)\nmeanDirection (Sea Surface Wave From Direction, degree)\nmeanDirectionalSpread (Sea Surface Wave Directional Spread, degree)\nsurfaceTemp (Sea Surface Temperature, degree_C)\nsignificantWaveHeight_qc_aggregate\nsignificantWaveHeight_qartod_gross_range_test\nsignificantWaveHeight_qartod_spike_test\nsignificantWaveHeight_qartod_rate_of_change_test\nsignificantWaveHeight_qartod_flat_line_test\npeakPeriod_qc_aggregate\npeakPeriod_qartod_gross_range_test\npeakPeriod_qartod_spike_test\npeakPeriod_qartod_rate_of_change_test\npeakPeriod_qartod_flat_line_test\nmeanPeriod_qc_aggregate\nmeanPeriod_qartod_gross_range_test\nmeanPeriod_qartod_spike_test\nmeanPeriod_qartod_rate_of_change_test\n... (26 more variables)\n https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/backyardbuoys_quinault_fgdc.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/backyardbuoys_quinault_iso19115.xml https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/info/backyardbuoys_quinault/index.htmlTable ??? http://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/rss/backyardbuoys_quinault.rss https://nwem.apl.washington.edu/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=backyardbuoys_quinault&showErrors=false&email= Quinault Tribe, in association with NANOOS backyardbuoys_quinault

 
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