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SeaSonde

General Specifications
 
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  SeaSonde Site Installation
Schematic

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Related SeaSonde Publications
 
RiverSonde
 
 
 
CODAR HF Radar - SeaSonde User Links Below is a sampling of SeaSonde users who make their data available
to the public via the World Wide Web. 
 
 

Bodega Bay, California


BOON


BOON - Bodega Ocean Observing Node:
http://www.bml.ucdavis.edu/boon/index.shtml



Oregon
Oregon State University:
from this site:
http://bragg.oce.orst.edu/
you can click to the Newport, Columbia River, and Long - Range sites.





New Jersey / New York
Rutgers University
Coastal Ocean Observation Laboratory (COOL)
site:
http://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu/
(this page has many good links)
  Rutgers University CODAR real-time site:
http://marine.rutgers.edu/cool/codar.html


Southern California
   San Diego Coastal Ocean Observing System (SDCOOS)
http://sdcoos.ucsd.edu/

SDCOOS SeaSonde surface currents
posted at:
http://www.sccoos.org/data/hfrnet


The Coastal Oceans Currents Monitoring Program (COCMP)
http://www.cocmp.org



Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System (SCCOOS)
http://www.sccoos.org/data/surfacecurrents


Alaska


University of Alaska at Fairbanks SALMON Project

http://www.ims.uaf.edu/salmon/research/hf_radar/index.html



Monterey Bay, California
The U.S. Naval Postgraduate School (NPS):
http://www.oc.nps.navy.mil/~icon/


                  



Catalan Metoffice, Spain
Catalan Metoffice, Spain 
 


 

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