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    This dataset contains monthly elements averaged over a 30 year period for some of our synoptic stations. Values for each month include: temperature variables, relative humidity at 09:00 UTC and 15:00 UTC, sunshine in hours, rainfall variables, wind variables and the mean...
  • 79 views
    This dataset contains monthly elements averaged over a 30 year period for some of our synoptic stations. Values for each month include: temperature variables, relative humidity at 09:00 UTC and 15:00 UTC, sunshine in hours, rainfall variables, wind variables and the mean...
  • 155 views
    This dataset contains monthly elements averaged over a 30 year period for some of our synoptic stations. Values for each month include: temperature variables, relative humidity at 09:00 UTC and 15:00 UTC, sunshine in hours, rainfall variables, wind variables and the mean...
  • 762 views
    Data from the underway system includes observations and measurements of meteorological (e.g. air temperature, atmospheric pressure, relative humidity, wind speed and direction) at 10m above sea level and oceanographic (e.g. sea surface temperature/salinity) at approximately 3m...
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    The Automatic Water Quality Monitoring Stations (AWQMS) measure the following parameters at high frequency (sub 10 mins): DateTime, Depth (m), Water temperature (degC), Conductivity (milli Siemens/cm), Salinity (parts per thousand), DOPC (% Saturation), DO (mg/l), pH (pH...
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    Sea surface temperature was collected via permanent scientific equipment on board the MI research vessel RV Celtic Voyager. Data includes temperature from the hull mounted sensor known as 'Hull Sea Temperature' and temperature/salinity from the temperature sensor known as...
  • 71 views
    19 sample stations including CTD, Plankton Net, Boxcore and ROV taken on board the RV Celtic Explorer in April 2011 during the Biodiscovery and deep ocean ecosystems survey. A large instrument package called a CTD is the standard workhorse of oceanographers for acquiring water...
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    38 sample stations including CTD, Zooplankton Net and Phytoplankton Net taken on board the RV Celtic Voyager in September 2008 during the Bright Sparks Award survey. A large instrument package called a CTD is the standard workhorse of oceanographers for acquiring water column...
  • Temperature and salinity measurements taken from the Weather Buoys. Temperature and salinity instrumentation associated with mooring.
  • 35 views
    113 sample stations including Underwater TV Camera, CTD, Zooplankton Net, Phytoplankton Net, Ring Net, Hand Net, Dip Net and Neuston Net taken on board the RV Celtic Voyager in June 2009 during Marine Institute/Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine sponsored survey...
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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.
  • 477 views
    The dataset provides sea surface temperature and sea temperature information from a network of internal logging temperature sensors at 17 locations around the Irish coast. The TidbiT Temperature loggers have recorded hourly at each site providing a comprehensive time series...
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    106 stations including CTD, UWTV, Shippek and Anchor Dredge taken on board the RV Celtic Voyager in August 2013. A large instrument package called a CTD is the standard workhorse of oceanographers for acquiring water column profiles. It is called a CTD because as a minimum it...
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    87 sample stations including CTD, CTD-SAPS, Plankton Net, Boxcore, SAPS and ROV taken on board the RV Celtic Explorer in April 2012 during the BioDiscovery and Deep Ocean Ecosystems Survey. A large instrument package called a CTD is the standard workhorse of oceanographers...
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    The Marine Institute and Met Eireann have jointly operated a manual weather station in Furnace, Newport, Co. Mayo for almost 50 years. In early 2005 this was upgraded to an Automatic Synoptic Weather Station and the data is supplied to the Marine Institute by Met Eireann on a...
  • 51 views
    91 stations including CTD, Lander Deployment Plankton Net, Boxcore and ROV taken on board the RV Celtic Explorer in June 2013 during the Biodiscovery and deep ocean ecosystems survey. A large instrument package called a CTD is the standard workhorse of oceanographers for...
  • 231 views
    This data comprises water quality data collected from the SmartBay buoy moored in Cork Harbour. The SeaBird SBE 37-SM MicroCAT sensor used to collect this data is a high-accuracy conductivity, temperature and pressure recorder.
  • 328 views
    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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    Sea surface temperature is collected via permanent scientific equipment on board the MI research vessel RV Lough Beltra. Data includes temperature from the hull mounted sensor known as 'Hull Sea Temperature' and temperature/salinity from the temperature sensor known as...
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    CTD or Conductivity Temperature Depth stations measure temperature, conductivity and depth of the water column at various depths from the surface to within 10m of the seafloor. A CTD is the oceanographic instrument used to determine the conductivity, temperature, and depth of...
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