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    This dataset represents an initial comparison between several years of hourly wave forecasts (using WAM) on a grid of points located off the Irish coast with corresponding records from a number of buoys installed pre 2005. Based on the level of agreement found the wave...
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    This data comprises wave data collected from the SmartBay buoy moored in Galway Bay. The TRIAXYS Directional Wave Sensor collects wave data and returns the following parameters: No Zero Crossings (Number) HAvg (Average Wave Height) (Meters) Tz (Mean Spectral Period) (Seconds)...
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    The Commissioners of Irish Lights (CIL) maintain a network of buoys collecting metocean data around Ireland. Data collected includes sea temperature, wave profile and meteorological features such as air and atmospheric features.
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    Real time data and services of ocean wave information from moored wave buoy in Cork Harbour. Parameters collected include, dateTime (yyyy-mm-ddThh:mm:ss.sss), Peak Period (secs), Peak Direction (DegreesTrue), Upcross Period (secs) and Significant Wave Height (cm).
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    The Accessible Wave Energy Resource Atlas published in 2005 describes an initial comparison between several years of hourly wave forecasts (using WAM) on a grid of points located off the Irish coast with corresponding records from a number of buoys installed in recent years....
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    This dataset represents an initial comparison between several years of hourly wave forecasts (using WAM) on a grid of points located off the Irish coast with corresponding records from a number of buoys installed pre 2005. Based on the level of agreement found the wave...
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    Monthly mean (average) values for oceanographic parameters in the North Atlantic Ocean SWAN and ROMS models. Mean values have been calculated on a monthly basis include sea surface temperature (degreeCelsius), sea bottom temperature (degreeCelsius), sea surface salinity (PSU),...
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    Waverider buoys have collected observations and measurements on wave characteristics including wave height and period statistics. Waverider buoys are located in the Galway Bay 1/4 Scale Test Site and the Full Scale Atlantic Marine Energy Test Site (AMETS) located off the Erris...
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    This dataset represents an initial comparison between several years of hourly wave forecasts (using WAM) on a grid of points located off the Irish coast with corresponding records from a number of buoys installed pre 2005. Based on the level of agreement found the wave...
  • 178 views
    The Accessible Wave Energy Resource Atlas published in 2005 describes an initial comparison between several years of hourly wave forecasts (using WAM) on a grid of points located off the Irish coast with corresponding records from a number of buoys installed in recent years....
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    SWAN (Simulating Waves Nearshore) is a third-generation wave model which was primarily developed for use in coastal regions. The operational East_Atlantic model used to generate this dataset was an implementation of the SWAN model for Irish waters. The East Atlantic SWAN Wave...
  • The Irish Weather Buoy Network is a network of 5 weather buoys around Ireland. These weather buoys are moored surface buoys with instruments which collect weather and ocean data including air temperature, atmospheric humidity, sea surface temperature, sea temperature and...
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    SWAN (Simulating Waves Nearshore) is a third-generation wave model which was primarily developed for use in coastal regions. The operational East_Atlantic model used to generate this dataset was an implementation of the SWAN model for Irish waters. The East Atlantic SWAN Wave...
  • Irish Wave Rider Buoy Network 30 minutes real time wave data collection. The parameters collected include; Longitude (decimal degrees), Latitude (decimal degrees), dateTime (yyyy-mm-ddThh:mm:ss.sss), Station ID, Peak Period (secs), Peak Direction (Degrees True), Upcross Period...
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    The Accessible Wave Energy Resource Atlas 2005 describes an initial comparison between several years of hourly wave forecasts (using WAM) on a grid of points located off the Irish coast with corresponding records from a number of buoys installed in recent years. The report...
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