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griddap Subset tabledap Make A Graph wms files Accessible Title Summary FGDC ISO 19115 Info Background Info RSS Email Institution Dataset ID public Argo float synthetic vertical profiles : BGC data Argo float synthetic vertical profiles : BGC data\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\nwmo_inst_type (Coded instrument type)\ndata_type\ndate_update (Date of update of this file, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\npi_name (Name of the principal investigator)\nbbp470 (Particle backscattering at 470 nanometers, m-1)\nbbp470_qc\nbbp470_adjusted\nbbp470_adjusted_qc\nbbp470_adjusted_error\nbbp532 (Particle backscattering at 532 nanometers, m-1)\nbbp532_qc\nbbp532_adjusted\nbbp532_adjusted_qc\nbbp532_adjusted_error\nbbp700 (Particle backscattering at 700 nanometers, m-1)\nbbp700_qc (quality flag)\nbbp700_adjusted (Particle backscattering at 700 nanometers, m-1)\nbbp700_adjusted_qc (quality flag)\nbbp700_adjusted_error (Contains the error on the adjusted values as determined by the delayed mode QC process, m-1)\nbbp700_2 (Particle backscattering at 700 nanometers, m-1)\nbbp700_2_qc\nbbp700_2_adjusted\nbbp700_2_adjusted_qc\nbbp700_2_adjusted_error\nbisulfide (micromole/kg)\nbisulfide_qc\nbisulfide_adjusted\n... (168 more variables)\n (external link) Argo ArgoFloats-synthetic-BGC public Argo, Profile Classification Model, North-Atlantic, Temperature PCM results. Ifremer/LOPS data from a local source.\n\ncdm_data_type = Point\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (Latitude of the station, best estimate, degrees_north)\nlongitude (Longitude of the station, best estimate, degrees_east)\ntime (Time of the station, best estimate, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nPOST (Probability of a profile to be in a class)\nACTI (Gaussian value of profiles for a class)\nMODELPDF (Model PDF for the dataset)\nLABEL (ID of the most probable class)\nROBUST (Labeling metric for the attributed class)\n (external link) Ifremer/LOPS PCM-Argo public Global Drifter Program - 1 Hour Interpolated QC Drifter Data Global Drifter Program hourly drifting buoy collection. Quality control interpolated (interpolation via mathematical model fitting) data. Hourly Drifter data product exists from early 2000's to present, well suited for observing smaller-scale oceanic processes. NOAA-Atlantic Oceanographic & Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) data from a local source.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nID (Global Drifter Program Buoy ID)\nWMO (World Meteorological Organization buoy identification number)\nexpno (Experiment number, count)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\nlon360 (Longitude, degrees_east)\nsst (fitted sea water temperature, Kelvin)\nsst1 (fitted non-diurnal sea water temperature, Kelvin)\nsst2 (fitted diurnal sea water temperature, Kelvin)\nerr_sst (standard uncertainty of fitted sea water temperature, Kelvin)\nerr_sst1 (standard uncertainty of fitted non-diurnal sea water temperature, Kelvin)\nerr_sst2 (standard uncertainty of fitted diurnal sea water temperature, Kelvin)\nflg_sst (fitted sea water temperature quality flag, dimensionless)\nflg_sst1 (fitted non-diurnal sea water temperature quality flag, dimensionless)\nflg_sst2 (fitted diurnal sea water temperature quality flag, dimensionless)\nve (Eastward velocity, m/s)\nvn (Northward velocity, m/s)\nerr_lat (95% confidence interval in latitude, degrees_north)\nerr_lon (95% confidence interval in longitude, degrees_east)\nerr_ve (95% confidence interval in eastward velocity, m/s)\nerr_vn (95% confidence interval in northward velocity, m/s)\ntypebuoy (Buoy type (see\ngap (time interval between previous and next location fix, seconds)\n... (30 more variables)\n (external link) NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory drifter_hourly_qc

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