The Flemish Banks Monitoring Network consists of a nautical Monitoring Network, weather forecasting centres on the shore and a computer network in Ostend. The monitoring network is made up of measuring pillars and wave data buoys, fitted with hydro-meteo sensors. Link to service.
A hydrodynamic model describes the distribution of three-dimensional currents and the height of the surface of the sea. This takes account of the influence of the moon and the stars on the movement of the water as well as the effect of the meteorological conditions (wind and pressure). At the moment it provides forecasts over… Read more »
MUMM’s OSERIT oil drift and fate model interface is a 24/7 accessible support tool for evaluation of an oil spill report by MUMM duty personnel, Coast Guard Centres and other governmental authorities involved in oil pollution response at sea or the follow-up of a (presumed) illegal pollution. More about OSERIT here.
The Coriolis observing system. Credit: Ifremer A system for operational oceanography has been developed in France to monitor and forecast the ocean behaviour. It is composed of three components: Sea-surface observation using satellite sensors, In situ measurements from ships, moored or drifting autonomous systems, Assimilation of in-situ and satellite data in an ocean… Read more »
Significant wave height, output from PREVIMER model. Credit: Ifremer PREVIMER is a system aiming to provide a wide range of users, from private individuals to professionals, with daily observations and short-term forecasts about the coastal environment along the French coastlines bordering the English Channel, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Mediterranean Sea.
Mercator Ocean has set up different services to meet a variety of user needs. Link to services.
Mercator Ocean Reference Products are classified in 2 categories: “Real Time” Reference Products represent the recent past, present and future ocean state updated daily or weekly. The recent past ocean state is 1, 14 or 21 days old. 5, 7 or 14 days forecasts are provided. “Delayed Time” Reference Products represent the past ocean state older than… Read more »
By establishing a network of observation buoys and the creation of a specialized operational center for the processing of the data collected and the production of forecasts, POSEIDON is an infrastructure at the leading edge of modern oceanography in Europe. The network of observation buoys records continuously the physical, biological and chemical parameters of… Read more »
The National Marine Data Centre of Ireland consists of hosted online data services including descriptive metadata to find data, maps and graphs to view data; and services to download data. The Digital Ocean concept acts as the one-stop-shop to all data related to marine matters including all the activities, programmes and services provided by the… Read more »
This is the electronic report of the MFS state of progress in predictions/simulations/analysis. Every day a new 10 days forecast is released. The analysis are computed once a week and the last seven days of analysis are released. Daily mean maps are an average from 12:00 to 12:00 of the next day. The model code is… Read more »
The Italian national data buoy network (RON – Rete Ondametrica Nazionale) measures sea wind waves. Real time data are available at: www.telemisura.it. RON includes 15 directional wave buoys and the corresponding land based receiving stations collecting real time series of wave and meteorological parameters every 30 minutes. It provides data needed to define… Read more »
The Italian national tide gauge network (RMN – Rete Mareografica Nazionale) continuously monitors the sea level and a number of related meteorological and physical parameters. Data (real time and time series) are available at: www.mareografico.it/?syslng=ing RMN includes 36 coastal stations. It is the hugest network for sea level measurement in the Mediterranean, collecting… Read more »
The Venice Lagoon and North Adriatic tide gauge network (RMLV) supports the local real-time storm surge prediction and warning system (7 tide stations in the North Adriatic Sea and coastal lagoons). The data collected (tide level, wind speed and direction, atmospheric pressure, air temperature, precipitation, humidity, wave height and period) are published in nearly real… Read more »
The model was made for the government Rijkswaterstaat, and has been running operationally since September 2013. Dutch Continental Shelf Model. Credit: Deltares
Near Real-Time Algal Bloom and Water Quality Monitoring Service for the North Sea and Skagerrak Provided by NERSC. Link to service.
Arctic ice concentration maps from SSMI data based on the NORSEX algorithm. Link to service.
Beach and Ports: http://www.ipma.pt/en/maritima/costeira/ Waves: http://www.ipma.pt/en/maritima/cartas/ Marine Weather Forecast: http://www.ipma.pt/en/maritima/boletins/ Surface Currents Forecast: http://www.ipma.pt/en/maritima/stream/ Sea Surface Temperature Forecast: http://www.ipma.pt/en/maritima/sst/ Sea Surface Height Forecast: http://www.ipma.pt/en/maritima/ssh/ Satellite SST and Chlorophyll: http://www.ipma.pt/en/maritima/satelite/ UV index: http://www.ipma.pt/en/ambiente/uv/ Cascais Watch: http://www.st.nmfs.noaa.gov/nauplius/media/time-series/site__iberian-portugal-cascais/index.html Marine biotoxines (Bivalves):
A brief description of the coastal oceanographic buoy ‘Vida’ Stainless-steel buoy Vida was manufactured and deployed in operation in 2008 by the company Manta d.o.o.. The buoy’s hull is made of stainless steal 6 mm thick. It is 2.5 m in diameter and the height of the upper-most sensor (the anemometer) is 5 m…. Read more »
This oceano-meteorological buoy was deployed on September 27, 2007, at the position 43º50’N 3º47’W, located 22 miles North of Cabo Mayor in Santander. Water depth at the buoy is 2850 meters. This mooring complements other studies related to climate variability in Atlantic and Bay of Biscay waters which have been carried out by the Instituto Español… Read more »
Data from thermosalinometers that monitor continuous properties of water in the subsurface are available through the IEO data centre. Link to service.
OceanWeb is a web application that has been developed at SMHI for the visualization of ocean observations and forecasts for the sea areas around Sweden. OceanWeb presents graphs showing sea level observations and forecasts at specific points around the coast, for both Sweden and other Baltic countries…. Read more »
SMHI products delivered to the Baltic Operational Oceanography System. Link to data.
Real-time observations of oceanographic parameters. Link to data.