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1. Collaborative Research: Sloccum Glider in Western Antarctic Peninsula Continental Shelf Waters Pilot Study [martinson_0701232]
The Antarctic Peninsula (AP) is characterized by (1) the most rapid recent regional (winter) warming (5.35 times global mean), (2) a loss of nearly all its perennial sea ice cover on its western margin, ...


2. Floating Buoy Tracks [ocean3_rutgers]
Daily 4-Day Buoy tracks are available for the Gulf Stream Area,Gulf of Mexico, Florida Current, and LEO-15 Area online.


3. Real Time Satellite Images of Chlorophyll Concentration [CHL_COOL_RUTGERS]
The ocean color images in this database are created using data collected by China's FY1-D satellite. Approximately 2 of these passes per day are recorded with an L-Band satellite dish. The FY1-D satellite ...


4. Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUVs) Data from Coastal Ocean Observation Lab at Rutgers University [GLIDER_RUTGERS]
The Coastal Ocean Observation Lab at Rutgers University Institute of Marine & Coastal Sciences (IMCS) and Webb Research Corporation are currently focusing on the development and deployment of a fleet ...


5. Raptorscope, web-based mapping application for real-time oceanographic data. [raptorscope_RUTGERS]
RAPTORscope is a web-based mapping application that allows a user to view real-time oceanographic data. Future research and instrument deployments will be based on real-time data so that assets can ...


6. Real-Time Coastal Current Images off the New Jersey Coast [coastal_rutgers]
Real-time images of currents off the New Jersey coast are available online. "Long-range" data measures currents over an area larger than the size of New Jersey! While the data within the "Standard" ...


7. Real-Time Underwater Node Data from New Jersey [undersea_rutgers]
Real-time Underwater data for New Jersey coast are available online. The data includes underwater temperature, salinity, water depth, wave height, and wave period.


8. Real-Time Wave Heights from New Jersey beaches [wave_rutgers]
Real-time wave height measurements from several New Jersey beaches are available online. These waves are actually measured from Rutgers University Coastal Radars from about 1/2 mile offshore.


9. Real-time Weather Information from Great Bay Inlet [gbi_rutgers]
Real-time winds speed, direction and temperatures from Great Bay Inlet outside of Tuckerton, NJ. Data is updated every 15 minutes.


10. CODAR Real time Long range vector fields [ocean5_rutgers]
CODAR is used to measure the surface currents of the coastal ocean. A transmitter sends out a radio frequency that bounces off the ocean surface and back to a receiver antenna. Using this information ...


11. CODAR Real time vector fields: standard [ocean4_rutgers]
CODAR is used to measure the surface currents of the coastal ocean. A transmitter sends out a radio frequency that bounces off the ocean surface and back to a receiver antenna. Using this information ...


12. CODAR Real time wave data [ocean9_rutgers]
Coastal Ocean Dynamics Applications Radar(CODAR) Real-Time Sea State Measurements are available online. Data includes: Significant Wave Height Peak Wave Period CODAR is used to measure ...


13. CODAR Satellite Overlays: Long Range [ocean8_rutgers]
Rutgers University Marine Remote Sensing Mid Atlantic Bight - Currents & Temperatures are available online through CODAR (Coastal Ocean RADAR) Overlays on SST Satellite images. The satellite images ...


14. CODAR Satellite Overlays: Standard [ocean7_rutgers]
CODAR (Coastal Ocean RADAR) Overlays on SST Satellite images The satellite images that correspond with the CODAR (Coastal Ocean Radar) data, is described in detail in the following online documentation: ...


15. Coastal Ocean Radar (CODAR) Site Locations [ocean10_rutgers]
CODAR is used to measure the surface currents of the coastal ocean. A transmitter sends out a radio frequency that bounces off the ocean surface and back to areceiver antenna. Using this information ...


16. Real-Time and Archived Underwater Data from LEO-15 [ocean11_rutgers]
Real-Time and Archived Underwater Data from LEO-15 including temperature, wave height, salinity etc is available online. The LEO-15 Nodes are the center of our underwater research and are located ...


17. Standard CODAR Real-Time Archive Data [ocean6_rutgers]
CODAR is used to measure the surface currents of the coastal ocean. A transmitter sends out a radio frequency that bounces off the ocean surface and back to areceiver antenna. Using this information ...


18. Underwater Data from the LEO-15 Nodes: Profile Data from Node B [ocean12_rutgers]
The LEO-15 Nodes are the center of our underwater research and are located 3 (Node A) and 4.5 (Node B) miles off the New Jersey coast near Tuckerton. The nodes record data on water temperatures, salinity, ...


19. Weekly Plots of Node B CTD Data Weekly Plots of Node B CTD Data [ocean2_rutgers]
The LEO-15 Nodes are the center of our underwater research and are located 3 (Node A) and 4.5 (Node B) miles off the New Jersey coast near Tuckerton. The nodes record data on water temperatures, salinity, ...


20. Real Time Satellite Images of Ocean Temperature [SST_COOL_RUTGERS]
The images in our database are from the AVHRR (advanced very high resolution radiometer). Record approximately 9 of these passes per day. These images are just a small sample of the area that can ...


21. Temperature & Salinity Fields for the Gulf Stream Region & Gulf Stream Features from the Data Assimilation and Model Evaluation Experiment (DAMEE) [DAMEE]
Under the sponsorship of the Navy Ocean Modeling and Prediction (NOMP) Program, the Institute for Naval Oceanographic Research (INO), in cooperation with the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) and several ...


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