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https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/AtlanticShores_ASOW-1_timeseries.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/AtlanticShores_ASOW-1_timeseries https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/AtlanticShores_ASOW-1_timeseries.graph Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind, ASOW-1, Timeseries Data AtlanticShores. This dataset contains observations to support scientific research of the mid-Atlantic cold pool and to further understanding of metocean conditions off the coast of New Jersey.  Data is collected from a floating lidar buoy and the dataset includes measurements of sea temperature (surface and sea floor), current speed, current direction, wave, air temperature, atmospheric pressure, relative humidity, surface wind speed, surface wind direction, and wind speed and wind direction between 10m to 200m.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Atlantic Shores, ASOW-1)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\nair_pressure (mbar)\nair_temperature (degree_C)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nsea_water_temperature_at_1m (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_at_2m (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_at_32m (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nsea_water_pressure\nsea_surface_wave_significant_height (m)\nsea_surface_wave_mean_period (sec)\nsea_surface_wave_from_direction (degree)\nwind_speed_of_gust (m/s)\nair_temperature_qartod_gross_range_test (Gross Range Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_rate_of_change_test (Rate of Change Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_spike_test (Spike Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_flat_line_test (Flat Line Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_climatology_test (Climatology Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_aggregate (Aggregate Quality Flag)\n... (73 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AtlanticShores_ASOW-1_timeseries_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AtlanticShores_ASOW-1_timeseries_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/AtlanticShores_ASOW-1_timeseries/index.htmlTable https://www.atlanticshoreswind.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/AtlanticShores_ASOW-1_timeseries.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AtlanticShores_ASOW-1_timeseries&showErrors=false&email= Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind AtlanticShores_ASOW-1_timeseries
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/AtlanticShores_ASOW-2_timeseries.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/AtlanticShores_ASOW-2_timeseries https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/AtlanticShores_ASOW-2_timeseries.graph Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind, ASOW-2, Timeseries Data AtlanticShores. This dataset contains observations to support scientific research of the mid-Atlantic cold pool and to further understanding of metocean conditions off the coast of New Jersey.  Data is collected from a floating lidar buoy and the dataset includes measurements of sea temperature (surface and sea floor), current speed, current direction, wave, air temperature, atmospheric pressure, relative humidity, surface wind speed, surface wind direction, and wind speed and wind direction between 10m to 200m.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Atlantic Shores, ASOW-2)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\nair_pressure (mbar)\nair_temperature (degree_C)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nsea_water_temperature_at_1m (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_at_2m (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_at_32m (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nsea_water_pressure\nsea_surface_wave_significant_height (m)\nsea_surface_wave_mean_period (sec)\nsea_surface_wave_from_direction (degree)\nwind_speed_of_gust (m/s)\nair_temperature_qartod_gross_range_test (Gross Range Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_rate_of_change_test (Rate of Change Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_spike_test (Spike Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_flat_line_test (Flat Line Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_climatology_test (Climatology Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_aggregate (Aggregate Quality Flag)\n... (60 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AtlanticShores_ASOW-2_timeseries_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AtlanticShores_ASOW-2_timeseries_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/AtlanticShores_ASOW-2_timeseries/index.htmlTable https://www.atlanticshoreswind.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/AtlanticShores_ASOW-2_timeseries.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AtlanticShores_ASOW-2_timeseries&showErrors=false&email= Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind AtlanticShores_ASOW-2_timeseries
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/AtlanticShores_ASOW-4_timeseries.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/AtlanticShores_ASOW-4_timeseries https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/AtlanticShores_ASOW-4_timeseries.graph Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind, ASOW-4, Timeseries Data AtlanticShores. This dataset contains observations to support scientific research of the mid-Atlantic cold pool and to further understanding of metocean conditions off the coast of New Jersey.  Data is collected from a floating lidar buoy and the dataset includes measurements of sea temperature (surface and sea floor), current speed, current direction, wave, air temperature, atmospheric pressure, relative humidity, surface wind speed, surface wind direction, and wind speed and wind direction between 10m to 200m.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Atlantic Shores, ASOW-4)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\nair_pressure (mbar)\nair_temperature (degree_C)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nsea_water_temperature_at_1m (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_at_2m (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_at_32m (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nsea_water_pressure\nsea_surface_wave_significant_height (m)\nsea_surface_wave_mean_period (sec)\nsea_surface_wave_from_direction (degree)\nwind_speed_of_gust (m/s)\nair_temperature_qartod_gross_range_test (Gross Range Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_rate_of_change_test\nair_temperature_qartod_spike_test\nair_temperature_qartod_flat_line_test (Flat Line Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_climatology_test (Climatology Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_aggregate (Aggregate Quality Flag)\n... (60 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AtlanticShores_ASOW-4_timeseries_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AtlanticShores_ASOW-4_timeseries_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/AtlanticShores_ASOW-4_timeseries/index.htmlTable https://www.atlanticshoreswind.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/AtlanticShores_ASOW-4_timeseries.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AtlanticShores_ASOW-4_timeseries&showErrors=false&email= Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind AtlanticShores_ASOW-4_timeseries
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/AtlanticShores_ASOW-6_timeseries.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/AtlanticShores_ASOW-6_timeseries https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/AtlanticShores_ASOW-6_timeseries.graph Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind, ASOW-6, Timeseries Data AtlanticShores. This dataset contains observations to support scientific research of the mid-Atlantic cold pool and to further understanding of metocean conditions off the coast of New Jersey.  Data is collected from a floating lidar buoy and the dataset includes measurements of sea temperature (surface and sea floor), current speed, current direction, wave, air temperature, atmospheric pressure, relative humidity, surface wind speed, surface wind direction, and wind speed and wind direction between 10m to 200m.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Atlantic Shores, ASOW-6)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\nair_pressure (mbar)\nair_temperature (degree_C)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nsea_water_temperature_at_1m (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_at_2m (degree_C)\nsea_water_temperature_at_32m (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nsea_water_pressure (dbar)\nsea_surface_wave_significant_height (m)\nsea_surface_wave_mean_period (sec)\nsea_surface_wave_from_direction (degree)\nwind_speed_of_gust (m/s)\nair_temperature_qartod_gross_range_test (Gross Range Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_rate_of_change_test\nair_temperature_qartod_spike_test\nair_temperature_qartod_flat_line_test (Flat Line Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_climatology_test (Climatology Test Quality Flag)\nair_temperature_qartod_aggregate (Aggregate Quality Flag)\n... (60 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/AtlanticShores_ASOW-6_timeseries_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/AtlanticShores_ASOW-6_timeseries_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/AtlanticShores_ASOW-6_timeseries/index.htmlTable https://www.atlanticshoreswind.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/AtlanticShores_ASOW-6_timeseries.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=AtlanticShores_ASOW-6_timeseries&showErrors=false&email= Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind AtlanticShores_ASOW-6_timeseries
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_1_a80e_34fb_02cd.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_1_a80e_34fb_02cd https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_1_a80e_34fb_02cd.graph Beacon Wind Current Mooring 1 (SW Corner) - Historical Data This dataset contains observations to support the development of the Beacon Wind Offshore Wind Project and to further understanding of metocean conditions off the coast of Massachusetts. The Beacon Wind Site Assessment Plan approved by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management can be found at <a href=\"https://www.boem.gov/renewable-energy/state-activities/beacon-wind\"> Beacon Wind  | Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (boem.gov)</a>  Data is collected from one Floating LiDAR Buoy, two Wave/Met Buoys, and two Current Meter Moorings. The dataset includes measurements of sea temperature, current speed, current direction, waves, air temperature, atmospheric pressure, relative humidity, wind speed, and wind direction.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (m)\nCurSpd (m s-1)\nCurSpdQual\nCurDirn (degrees)\nCurDirnQual\nWaterPress (kPa)\nWaterPressQual\nWaterTemp (degree_C)\nWaterTempQual\nWaterConduct (S m-1)\nWaterConductQual\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_1_a80e_34fb_02cd_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_1_a80e_34fb_02cd_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_1_a80e_34fb_02cd/index.htmlTable https://www.beaconwind.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_1_a80e_34fb_02cd.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_1_a80e_34fb_02cd&showErrors=false&email= Equinor US Wind Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_1_a80e_34fb_02cd
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_2_8bd5_6c73_f023.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_2_8bd5_6c73_f023 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_2_8bd5_6c73_f023.graph Beacon Wind Current Mooring 2 (NE Corner) - Historical Data Beacon Wind Current Mooring 2 (NE Corner) - Historical Data. This dataset contains observations to support the development of the Beacon Wind Offshore Wind Project and to further understanding of metocean conditions off the coast of Massachusetts. The Beacon Wind Site Assessment Plan approved by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management can be found at <a href=\"https://www.boem.gov/renewable-energy/state-activities/beacon-wind\"> Beacon Wind  | Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (boem.gov)</a>  Data is collected from one Floating LiDAR Buoy, two Wave/Met Buoys, and two Current Meter Moorings. The dataset includes measurements of sea temperature, current speed, current direction, waves, air temperature, atmospheric pressure, relative humidity, wind speed, and wind direction.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (m)\nCurSpd (m s-1)\nCurSpdQual\nCurDirn (degrees)\nCurDirnQual\nWaterPress (kPa)\nWaterPressQual\nWaterTemp (degree_C)\nWaterTempQual\nWaterConduct (S m-1)\nWaterConductQual\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_2_8bd5_6c73_f023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_2_8bd5_6c73_f023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_2_8bd5_6c73_f023/index.htmlTable https://www.beaconwind.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_2_8bd5_6c73_f023.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_2_8bd5_6c73_f023&showErrors=false&email= Equinor US Wind Beacon_Wind_Current_Mooring_2_8bd5_6c73_f023
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/cbp_agg.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/cbp_agg https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/cbp_agg.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018) This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/cbp_agg_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/cbp_agg_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/cbp_agg/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/cbp_agg.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=cbp_agg&showErrors=false&email= Penn State cbp_agg
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB1_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB1_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB1_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB1 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB1_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB1_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB1_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB1_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB1_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB1_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB2_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB2_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB2_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB2 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB2_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB2_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB2_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB2_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB2_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB2_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB2_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB2_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB2_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB2 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB2_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB2_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB2_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB2_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB2_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB2_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB3 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB3_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB3_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB3_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB3_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB3_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB3_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB3 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB3_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB3_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB3_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB3_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB3_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB3_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_3C.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_3C https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_3C.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB3 3C This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB3_3C_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB3_3C_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB3_3C/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB3_3C.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB3_3C&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB3_3C
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_3E.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_3E https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_3E.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB3 3E This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB3_3E_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB3_3E_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB3_3E/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB3_3E.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB3_3E&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB3_3E
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_3W.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_3W https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB3_3W.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB3 3W This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB3_3W_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB3_3W_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB3_3W/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB3_3W.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB3_3W&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB3_3W
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_1C.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_1C https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_1C.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB4 1C This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB4_1C_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB4_1C_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB4_1C/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB4_1C.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB4_1C&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB4_1C
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_1E.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_1E https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_1E.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB4 1E This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB4_1E_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB4_1E_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB4_1E/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB4_1E.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB4_1E&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB4_1E
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_1W.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_1W https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_1W.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB4 1W This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB4_1W_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB4_1W_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB4_1W/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB4_1W.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB4_1W&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB4_1W
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_2C.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_2C https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_2C.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB4 2C This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB4_2C_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB4_2C_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB4_2C/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB4_2C.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB4_2C&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB4_2C
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_2E.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_2E https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_2E.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB4 2E This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB4_2E_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB4_2E_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB4_2E/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB4_2E.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB4_2E&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB4_2E
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_2W.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_2W https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_2W.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB4 2W This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB4_2W_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB4_2W_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB4_2W/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB4_2W.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB4_2W&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB4_2W
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_3C.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_3C https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_3C.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB4 3C This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB4_3C_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB4_3C_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB4_3C/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB4_3C.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB4_3C&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB4_3C
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_3E.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_3E https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_3E.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB4 3E This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB4_3E_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB4_3E_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB4_3E/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB4_3E.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB4_3E&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB4_3E
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_3W.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_3W https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_3W.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB4 3W This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB4_3W_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB4_3W_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB4_3W/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB4_3W.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB4_3W&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB4_3W
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_4.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_4 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB4_4.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB4 4 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB4_4_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB4_4_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB4_4/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB4_4.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB4_4&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB4_4
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB5 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB5_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB5_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB5_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB5_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB5_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB5_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_1W.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_1W https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_1W.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB5 1W This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB5_1W_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB5_1W_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB5_1W/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB5_1W.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB5_1W&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB5_1W
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB5 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB5_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB5_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB5_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB5_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB5_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB5_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB5 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB5_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB5_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB5_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB5_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB5_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB5_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_4.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_4 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_4.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB5 4 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB5_4_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB5_4_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB5_4/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB5_4.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB5_4&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB5_4
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_4W.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_4W https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_4W.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB5 4W This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB5_4W_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB5_4W_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB5_4W/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB5_4W.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB5_4W&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB5_4W
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_5.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_5 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB5_5.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB5 5 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB5_5_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB5_5_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB5_5/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB5_5.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB5_5&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB5_5
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB6_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB6_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB6_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB6 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB6_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB6_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB6_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB6_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB6_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB6_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB6_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB6_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB6_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB6 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB6_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB6_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB6_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB6_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB6_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB6_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB6_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB6_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB6_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB6 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB6_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB6_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB6_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB6_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB6_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB6_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB6_4.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB6_4 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB6_4.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB6 4 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB6_4_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB6_4_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB6_4/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB6_4.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB6_4&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB6_4
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB7 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB7_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB7_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB7_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB7_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB7_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB7_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_1N.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_1N https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_1N.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB7 1N This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB7_1N_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB7_1N_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB7_1N/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB7_1N.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB7_1N&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB7_1N
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_1S.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_1S https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_1S.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB7 1S This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB7_1S_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB7_1S_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB7_1S/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB7_1S.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB7_1S&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB7_1S
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB7 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB7_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB7_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB7_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB7_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB7_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB7_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_2E.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_2E https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_2E.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB7 2E This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB7_2E_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB7_2E_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB7_2E/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB7_2E.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB7_2E&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB7_2E
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB7 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB7_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB7_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB7_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB7_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB7_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB7_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_3E.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_3E https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_3E.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB7 3E This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB7_3E_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB7_3E_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB7_3E/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB7_3E.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB7_3E&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB7_3E
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_4.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_4 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_4.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB7 4 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB7_4_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB7_4_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB7_4/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB7_4.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB7_4&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB7_4
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_4N.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_4N https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB7_4N.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB7 4N This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB7_4N_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB7_4N_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB7_4N/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB7_4N.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB7_4N&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB7_4N
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB8_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB8_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB8_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB8 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB8_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB8_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB8_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB8_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB8_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB8_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB8_1E.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB8_1E https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_CB8_1E.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), CB8 1E This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_CB8_1E_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_CB8_1E_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_CB8_1E/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_CB8_1E.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_CB8_1E&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_CB8_1E
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE1_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE1_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE1_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), EE1 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_EE1_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_EE1_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_EE1_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_EE1_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_EE1_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_EE1_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE2_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE2_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE2_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), EE2 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_EE2_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_EE2_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_EE2_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_EE2_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_EE2_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_EE2_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE2_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE2_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE2_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), EE2 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_EE2_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_EE2_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_EE2_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_EE2_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_EE2_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_EE2_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), EE3 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_EE3_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_EE3_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_EE3_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_EE3_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_EE3_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_EE3_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), EE3 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_EE3_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_EE3_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_EE3_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_EE3_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_EE3_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_EE3_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), EE3 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_EE3_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_EE3_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_EE3_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_EE3_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_EE3_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_EE3_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_4.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_4 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_4.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), EE3 4 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_EE3_4_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_EE3_4_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_EE3_4/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_EE3_4.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_EE3_4&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_EE3_4
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_5.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_5 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_EE3_5.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), EE3 5 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_EE3_5_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_EE3_5_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_EE3_5/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_EE3_5.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_EE3_5&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_EE3_5
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_ET4_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_ET4_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_ET4_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), ET4 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_ET4_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_ET4_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_ET4_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_ET4_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_ET4_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_ET4_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_ET5_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_ET5_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_ET5_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), ET5 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_ET5_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_ET5_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_ET5_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_ET5_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_ET5_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_ET5_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_ET5_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_ET5_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_ET5_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), ET5 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_ET5_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_ET5_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_ET5_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_ET5_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_ET5_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_ET5_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE1_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE1_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE1_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE1 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE1_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE1_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE1_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE1_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE1_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE1_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE1_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE1_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE1_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE1 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE1_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE1_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE1_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE1_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE1_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE1_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE1_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE1_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE1_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE1 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE1_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE1_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE1_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE1_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE1_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE1_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE1_4.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE1_4 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE1_4.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE1 4 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE1_4_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE1_4_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE1_4/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE1_4.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE1_4&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE1_4
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE2_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE2_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE2_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE2 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE2_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE2_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE2_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE2_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE2_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE2_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE2_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE2_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE2_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE2 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE2_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE2_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE2_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE2_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE2_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE2_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE3 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE3_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE3_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE3_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE3_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE3_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE3_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE3 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE3_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE3_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE3_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE3_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE3_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE3_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE3 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE3_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE3_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE3_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE3_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE3_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE3_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_4.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_4 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_4.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE3 4 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE3_4_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE3_4_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE3_4/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE3_4.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE3_4&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE3_4
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_6.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_6 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_6.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE3 6 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE3_6_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE3_6_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE3_6/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE3_6.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE3_6&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE3_6
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_7.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_7 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE3_7.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE3 7 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE3_7_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE3_7_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE3_7/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE3_7.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE3_7&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE3_7
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE4_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE4_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE4_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE4 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE4_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE4_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE4_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE4_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE4_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE4_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE4_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE4_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE4_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE4 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE4_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE4_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE4_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE4_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE4_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE4_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE4_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE4_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE4_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE4 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE4_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE4_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE4_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE4_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE4_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE4_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE5 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE5_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE5_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE5_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE5_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE5_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE5_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE5 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE5_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE5_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE5_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE5_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE5_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE5_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE5 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE5_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE5_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE5_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE5_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE5_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE5_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_4.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_4 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_4.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE5 4 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE5_4_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE5_4_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE5_4/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE5_4.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE5_4&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE5_4
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_6.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_6 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_LE5_6.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), LE5 6 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_LE5_6_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_LE5_6_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_LE5_6/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_LE5_6.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_LE5_6&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_LE5_6
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_MAT0016.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_MAT0016 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_MAT0016.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), MAT0016 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_MAT0016_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_MAT0016_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_MAT0016/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_MAT0016.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_MAT0016&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_MAT0016
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET1_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET1_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET1_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), RET1 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_RET1_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_RET1_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_RET1_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_RET1_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_RET1_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_RET1_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET2_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET2_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET2_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), RET2 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_RET2_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_RET2_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_RET2_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_RET2_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_RET2_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_RET2_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET2_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET2_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET2_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), RET2 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_RET2_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_RET2_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_RET2_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_RET2_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_RET2_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_RET2_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET2_4.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET2_4 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET2_4.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), RET2 4 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_RET2_4_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_RET2_4_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_RET2_4/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_RET2_4.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_RET2_4&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_RET2_4
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET3_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET3_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET3_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), RET3 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_RET3_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_RET3_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_RET3_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_RET3_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_RET3_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_RET3_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET3_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET3_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET3_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), RET3 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_RET3_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_RET3_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_RET3_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_RET3_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_RET3_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_RET3_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET4_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET4_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET4_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), RET4 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_RET4_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_RET4_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_RET4_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_RET4_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_RET4_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_RET4_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET4_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET4_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET4_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), RET4 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_RET4_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_RET4_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_RET4_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_RET4_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_RET4_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_RET4_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET4_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET4_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET4_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), RET4 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_RET4_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_RET4_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_RET4_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_RET4_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_RET4_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_RET4_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET5_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET5_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_RET5_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), RET5 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_RET5_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_RET5_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_RET5_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_RET5_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_RET5_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_RET5_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF1_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF1_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF1_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), TF1 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_TF1_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_TF1_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_TF1_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_TF1_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_TF1_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_TF1_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF1_5.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF1_5 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF1_5.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), TF1 5 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_TF1_5_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_TF1_5_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_TF1_5/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_TF1_5.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_TF1_5&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_TF1_5
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF1_6.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF1_6 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF1_6.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), TF1 6 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_TF1_6_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_TF1_6_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_TF1_6/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_TF1_6.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_TF1_6&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_TF1_6
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF1_7.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF1_7 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF1_7.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), TF1 7 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_TF1_7_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_TF1_7_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_TF1_7/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_TF1_7.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_TF1_7&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_TF1_7
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF2_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF2_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF2_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), TF2 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_TF2_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_TF2_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_TF2_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_TF2_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_TF2_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_TF2_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF2_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF2_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF2_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), TF2 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_TF2_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_TF2_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_TF2_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_TF2_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_TF2_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_TF2_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF2_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF2_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF2_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), TF2 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_TF2_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_TF2_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_TF2_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_TF2_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_TF2_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_TF2_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF2_4.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF2_4 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF2_4.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), TF2 4 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_TF2_4_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_TF2_4_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_TF2_4/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_TF2_4.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_TF2_4&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_TF2_4
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF3_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF3_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_TF3_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), TF3 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_TF3_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_TF3_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_TF3_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_TF3_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_TF3_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_TF3_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WE4_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WE4_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WE4_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), WE4 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_WE4_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_WE4_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_WE4_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_WE4_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_WE4_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_WE4_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WE4_2.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WE4_2 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WE4_2.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), WE4 2 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_WE4_2_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_WE4_2_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_WE4_2/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_WE4_2.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_WE4_2&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_WE4_2
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WE4_3.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WE4_3 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WE4_3.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), WE4 3 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_WE4_3_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_WE4_3_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_WE4_3/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_WE4_3.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_WE4_3&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_WE4_3
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WE4_4.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WE4_4 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WE4_4.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), WE4 4 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_WE4_4_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_WE4_4_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_WE4_4/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_WE4_4.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_WE4_4&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_WE4_4
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WT5_1.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WT5_1 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WT5_1.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), WT5 1 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_WT5_1_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_WT5_1_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_WT5_1/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_WT5_1.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_WT5_1&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_WT5_1
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WXT0001.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WXT0001 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_WXT0001.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), WXT0001 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_WXT0001_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_WXT0001_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_WXT0001/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_WXT0001.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_WXT0001&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_WXT0001
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_XFB1986.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_XFB1986 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/CBP_XFB1986.graph CBP Water Quality Monitoring Subset (1984-2018), XFB1986 This product was developed as part of the project supported by the grant from and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Ocean Acidification Program under award  NA18OAR0170430 to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science.  The data product consists of water quality data for tidal 98 stations for 1984­­–2018. The source data used to generate this product were downloaded from the Chesapeake Bay Program’s (CBP) data hub. Out of the total of 255 monitoring stations in the Tidal Monitoring Program, we selected 98 with the long monitoring record (30 years or longer). The following variables were downloaded from the data hub at the native temporal and vertical resolution (between one and four cruises per month and approximately 10 depth levels sampled between 0 and 37 m) for 1984–2018: water temperature (T), salinity (S), pH, total alkalinity (TA), dissolved oxygen (DO) , and chlorophyll (Chl).  All pH data prior to 1998 were removed because of the data quality concerns (Herrmann et al., 2020). Briefly, we found a dramatic difference in long-term trends between stations measured by institutions in the state of Virginia and stations measured by the state of Maryland, particularly from late spring to early fall. The boundary between the station groups runs east–west within the mesohaline portion of the bay, where the Potomac River estuary intersects the mainstem bay.  The boundary separates strong negative linear trends to the south (Virginia stations) from neutral and weakly positive linear trends to the north (Maryland stations).\nFor all variables, data entries marked with CBP’s “Problem” and “Qualifier” flags were removed.  Additionally, all variables were scanned for extreme outliers: for each variable, data from all stations, depths, and times were combined into a single composite sample for which the 75th and 25th percentiles (i.e., the upper and lower quantiles) and the interquartile range (the difference between the upper and lower quantiles) were calculated.  Extreme outliers were defined as the values falling outside of a certain number (censoring criterion) of interquartile ranges from the upper and lower quantiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\n... (6 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/CBP_XFB1986_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/CBP_XFB1986_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/CBP_XFB1986/index.htmlTable https://www.chesapeakebay.net/what/downloads/cbp_water_quality_database_1984_present (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/CBP_XFB1986.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=CBP_XFB1986&showErrors=false&email= Penn State CBP_XFB1986
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/Empire_Current_Mooring_2286_6473_3b4f.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/Empire_Current_Mooring_2286_6473_3b4f https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/Empire_Current_Mooring_2286_6473_3b4f.graph Empire Wind Current Mooring - Historical Data This dataset contains observations to support the development of the Empire Wind Offshore Wind Project and to further understanding of metocean conditions off the coast of New York. The Empire Wind Site Assessment Plan approved by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management can be found at <a href=\"https://www.boem.gov/renewable-energy/state-activities/empire-wind\"> Empire Wind | Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (boem.gov)</a>. Data were collected from two Floating LiDAR Buoys, one Wave/Met Buoy, and one Current Meter Mooring. This public dataset includes measurements of sea temperature, current speed, current direction, waves, air temperature, atmospheric pressure, relative humidity, wind speed, and wind direction.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeriesProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (m)\nCurDirn (degrees)\nCurDirnQual\nCurSpd (m s-1)\nCurSpdQual\nSeaWaterTemp (degree_C)\nSeaWaterTempQual\nWaterConduct (S m-1)\nWaterConductQual\nAbsolutePressure (sea_water_pressure, kPa)\nAbsolutePressureQual (quality_flag)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/Empire_Current_Mooring_2286_6473_3b4f_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/Empire_Current_Mooring_2286_6473_3b4f_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/Empire_Current_Mooring_2286_6473_3b4f/index.htmlTable https://www.empirewind.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/Empire_Current_Mooring_2286_6473_3b4f.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=Empire_Current_Mooring_2286_6473_3b4f&showErrors=false&email= Equinor US Wind Empire_Current_Mooring_2286_6473_3b4f
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Bottom https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Bottom.graph MDDNR, Station Aquarium East - Bottom At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Bottom_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Bottom_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Bottom/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Bottom.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Bottom&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Bottom
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Surface https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Surface.graph MDDNR, Station Aquarium East - Surface At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Surface_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Surface_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Surface/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Surface.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Surface&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Aquarium_East_-_Surface
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Aquarium_West https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Aquarium_West.graph MDDNR, Station Aquarium West At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Aquarium_West_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Aquarium_West_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Aquarium_West/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Aquarium_West.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Aquarium_West&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Aquarium_West
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Arundel_on_the_Bay https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Arundel_on_the_Bay.graph MDDNR, Station Arundel on the Bay At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Arundel_on_the_Bay_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Arundel_on_the_Bay_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Arundel_on_the_Bay/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Arundel_on_the_Bay.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Arundel_on_the_Bay&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Arundel_on_the_Bay
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Bishopville_Prong https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Bishopville_Prong.graph MDDNR, Station Bishopville Prong At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Bishopville_Prong_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Bishopville_Prong_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Bishopville_Prong/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Bishopville_Prong.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Bishopville_Prong&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Bishopville_Prong
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Budds_Landing https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Budds_Landing.graph MDDNR, Station Budds Landing At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Budds_Landing_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Budds_Landing_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Budds_Landing/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Budds_Landing.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Budds_Landing&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Budds_Landing
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Camp_Tockwogh https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Camp_Tockwogh.graph MDDNR, Station Camp Tockwogh At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Camp_Tockwogh_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Camp_Tockwogh_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Camp_Tockwogh/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Camp_Tockwogh.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Camp_Tockwogh&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Camp_Tockwogh
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Dares_Beach https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Dares_Beach.graph MDDNR, Station Dares Beach At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Dares_Beach_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Dares_Beach_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Dares_Beach/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Dares_Beach.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Dares_Beach&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Dares_Beach
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Gooses_-_Bottom https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Gooses_-_Bottom.graph MDDNR, Station Gooses - Bottom At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Gooses_-_Bottom_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Gooses_-_Bottom_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Gooses_-_Bottom/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Gooses_-_Bottom.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Gooses_-_Bottom&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Gooses_-_Bottom
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Gooses_-_Surface https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Gooses_-_Surface.graph MDDNR, Station Gooses - Surface At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Gooses_-_Surface_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Gooses_-_Surface_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Gooses_-_Surface/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Gooses_-_Surface.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Gooses_-_Surface&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Gooses_-_Surface
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Greys_Creek https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Greys_Creek.graph MDDNR, Station Greys Creek At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Greys_Creek_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Greys_Creek_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Greys_Creek/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Greys_Creek.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Greys_Creek&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Greys_Creek
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Harris_Creek_Downstream https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Harris_Creek_Downstream.graph MDDNR, Station Harris Creek Downstream At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Harris_Creek_Downstream_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Harris_Creek_Downstream_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Harris_Creek_Downstream/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Harris_Creek_Downstream.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Harris_Creek_Downstream&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Harris_Creek_Downstream
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Harris_Creek_Upstream https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Harris_Creek_Upstream.graph MDDNR, Station Harris Creek Upstream At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Harris_Creek_Upstream_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Harris_Creek_Upstream_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Harris_Creek_Upstream/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Harris_Creek_Upstream.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Harris_Creek_Upstream&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Harris_Creek_Upstream
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Havre_de_Grace https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Havre_de_Grace.graph MDDNR, Station Havre de Grace At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Havre_de_Grace_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Havre_de_Grace_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Havre_de_Grace/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Havre_de_Grace.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Havre_de_Grace&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Havre_de_Grace
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Iron_Pot_Landing https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Iron_Pot_Landing.graph MDDNR, Station Iron Pot Landing At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Iron_Pot_Landing_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Iron_Pot_Landing_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Iron_Pot_Landing/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Iron_Pot_Landing.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Iron_Pot_Landing&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Iron_Pot_Landing
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Jug_Bay https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Jug_Bay.graph MDDNR, Station Jug Bay At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Jug_Bay_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Jug_Bay_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Jug_Bay/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Jug_Bay.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Jug_Bay&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Jug_Bay
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Little_Monie_Creek https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Little_Monie_Creek.graph MDDNR, Station Little Monie Creek At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Little_Monie_Creek_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Little_Monie_Creek_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Little_Monie_Creek/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Little_Monie_Creek.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Little_Monie_Creek&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Little_Monie_Creek
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Masonville_Cove_Pier https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Masonville_Cove_Pier.graph MDDNR, Station Masonville Cove Pier At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Masonville_Cove_Pier_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Masonville_Cove_Pier_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Masonville_Cove_Pier/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Masonville_Cove_Pier.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Masonville_Cove_Pier&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Masonville_Cove_Pier
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Mataponi https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Mataponi.graph MDDNR, Station Mataponi At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Mataponi_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Mataponi_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Mataponi/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Mataponi.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Mataponi&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Mataponi
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Newport_Creek https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Newport_Creek.graph MDDNR, Station Newport Creek At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Newport_Creek_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Newport_Creek_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Newport_Creek/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Newport_Creek.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Newport_Creek&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Newport_Creek
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Otter_Point_Creek https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Otter_Point_Creek.graph MDDNR, Station Otter Point Creek At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Otter_Point_Creek_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Otter_Point_Creek_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Otter_Point_Creek/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Otter_Point_Creek.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Otter_Point_Creek&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Otter_Point_Creek
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Pleasure_Island https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Pleasure_Island.graph MDDNR, Station Pleasure Island At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Pleasure_Island_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Pleasure_Island_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Pleasure_Island/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Pleasure_Island.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Pleasure_Island&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Pleasure_Island
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Public_Landing https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Public_Landing.graph MDDNR, Station Public Landing At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Public_Landing_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Public_Landing_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Public_Landing/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Public_Landing.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Public_Landing&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Public_Landing
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Riverside https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Riverside.graph MDDNR, Station Riverside At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Riverside_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Riverside_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Riverside/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Riverside.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Riverside&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Riverside
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Sandy_Point_-_South_Beach https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Sandy_Point_-_South_Beach.graph MDDNR, Station Sandy Point - South Beach At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Sandy_Point_-_South_Beach_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Sandy_Point_-_South_Beach_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Sandy_Point_-_South_Beach/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Sandy_Point_-_South_Beach.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Sandy_Point_-_South_Beach&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Sandy_Point_-_South_Beach
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_St_Georges_Creek https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_St_Georges_Creek.graph MDDNR, Station St Georges Creek At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_St_Georges_Creek_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_St_Georges_Creek_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_St_Georges_Creek/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_St_Georges_Creek.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_St_Georges_Creek&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_St_Georges_Creek
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Susquahenna_Flats https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Susquahenna_Flats.graph MDDNR, Station Susquahenna Flats At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Susquahenna_Flats_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Susquahenna_Flats_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Susquahenna_Flats/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Susquahenna_Flats.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Susquahenna_Flats&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Susquahenna_Flats
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Taylors_Island https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Taylors_Island.graph MDDNR, Station Taylors Island At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Taylors_Island_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Taylors_Island_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Taylors_Island/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Taylors_Island.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Taylors_Island&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Taylors_Island
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Tilghman_Island https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Tilghman_Island.graph MDDNR, Station Tilghman Island At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Tilghman_Island_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Tilghman_Island_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Tilghman_Island/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Tilghman_Island.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Tilghman_Island&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Tilghman_Island
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Tolchester https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/mddnr_Tolchester.graph MDDNR, Station Tolchester At continuous monitoring sites throughout Maryland, water quality is monitored at shallow water sites located in Chesapeake Bay, Chesapeake Bay tributaries and Maryland Coastal Bay tributaries. YSI (6600 V2 or EXO2) data loggers sample seven environmental parameters: water temperature, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen concentration, oxygen percent saturation, pH, turbidity and fluorescence. Water depth is measured at stations where loggers were deployed at fixed depths. Salinity and chlorophyll are derived from specific conductance and fluorescence, respectively. Each parameter is generally sampled at 15-minute intervals. Most continuous monitoring sites are deployed during the SAV growing season (April-October) with a few sites deployed year-round.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_id\nstation_name (station identifier)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen concentration, mg/L)\nsample_depth (sensor sampling depth, m)\nsea_water_temperature (degree_C)\nsea_water_salinity\nfractional_saturation_of_oxygen_in_sea_water (dissolved oxygen percent, percent)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/mddnr_Tolchester_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/mddnr_Tolchester_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/mddnr_Tolchester/index.htmlTable http://eyesonthebay.dnr.maryland.gov/eyesonthebay/ConMonStationTable.cfm (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/mddnr_Tolchester.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=mddnr_Tolchester&showErrors=false&email= Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MDDNR) mddnr_Tolchester
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ooi_pioneer_41082.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ooi_pioneer_41082 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ooi_pioneer_41082.graph OOI Pioneer Arracy, Station 41082 41082. Data from a local source.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\nair_pressure_at_sea_level (hPa)\nair_temperature (degree_Celsius)\nsea_surface_temperature (degree_Celsius)\nwind_from_direction (degrees_true)\nwind_speed (meters/second)\nwater_temperature (degree_Celsius)\nsea_surface_wave_peak_period (seconds)\nsea_surface_wave_significant_height (meters)\nsea_surface_wave_mean_period (Average Wave Period)\ndew_point_temperature\nwind_speed_of_gust (Wind Gust Speed)\nsea_surface_wave_from_direction (Mean Wave Direction)\nvisibility_in_air (Visibility)\nwater_level (Tide Water Level)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (Conductivity)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ooi_pioneer_41082_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ooi_pioneer_41082_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ooi_pioneer_41082/index.htmlTable ??? http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ooi_pioneer_41082.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ooi_pioneer_41082&showErrors=false&email= ??? ooi_pioneer_41082
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ooi_pioneer_41083.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ooi_pioneer_41083 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ooi_pioneer_41083.graph OOI Pioneer Arracy, Station 41083 41083. Data from a local source.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\nair_pressure_at_sea_level (hPa)\nair_temperature (degree_Celsius)\nsea_surface_temperature\nwind_from_direction (degrees_true)\nwind_speed (meters/second)\nwater_temperature\nsea_surface_wave_peak_period (seconds)\nsea_surface_wave_significant_height (meters)\nsea_surface_wave_mean_period (Average Wave Period)\ndew_point_temperature\nwind_speed_of_gust (Wind Gust Speed)\nsea_surface_wave_from_direction (Mean Wave Direction)\nvisibility_in_air (Visibility)\nwater_level (Tide Water Level)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (Conductivity)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ooi_pioneer_41083_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ooi_pioneer_41083_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ooi_pioneer_41083/index.htmlTable ??? http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ooi_pioneer_41083.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ooi_pioneer_41083&showErrors=false&email= ??? ooi_pioneer_41083
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ooi_pioneer_44079.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ooi_pioneer_44079 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ooi_pioneer_44079.graph OOI Pioneer Arracy, Station 44079 44079. Data from a local source.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\nair_pressure_at_sea_level (hPa)\nair_temperature (degree_Celsius)\nsea_surface_temperature (degree_Celsius)\nwind_from_direction (degrees_true)\nwind_speed (meters/second)\nwater_temperature (degree_Celsius)\nsea_surface_wave_peak_period (seconds)\nsea_surface_wave_significant_height (meters)\nsea_surface_wave_mean_period (Average Wave Period)\ndew_point_temperature\nwind_speed_of_gust (Wind Gust Speed)\nsea_surface_wave_from_direction (Mean Wave Direction)\nvisibility_in_air (Visibility)\nwater_level (Tide Water Level)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (Conductivity)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ooi_pioneer_44079_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ooi_pioneer_44079_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ooi_pioneer_44079/index.htmlTable ??? http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ooi_pioneer_44079.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ooi_pioneer_44079&showErrors=false&email= ??? ooi_pioneer_44079
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru02-20031104T1900-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru02-20031104T1900-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru02-20031104T1900-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru02-20031104T1900 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series Glider deployed as part of a larger program called Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms in Florida (EcoHAB:Florida) to survey the physical oceanography, biological oceanography and circulation patterns for shelf scale modeling for predicting the occurrence and transport of Karenia brevis red tides. The glider was deployed to survey an area of the West Florida Shelf, in the Gulf of Mexico, and measure light attenuation, light absorption, colored dissolved organic matter (CDOM), temperature and salinity.  This dataset includes raw measurements of these properties. This dataset was produced from the high resolution data files retrieved from the glider after the glider was recovered.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru02)\ninstrument_bb2c (WEB Labs Eco bb2c Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Unpumped Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_sam (WETLabs Scattering and Attenuation Meter)\nc_bb2c_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_bb2c_on (sec)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_pitch (rad)\nc_roll (rad)\nc_sam_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_sam_on (sec)\nc_wpt_lat (lat)\nc_wpt_lon (lon)\n... (45 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru02-20031104T1900-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru02-20031104T1900-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru02-20031104T1900-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru02-20031104T1900-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru02-20031104T1900-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University,Mote Marine Laboratory ru02-20031104T1900-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru03-20031028T1656-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru03-20031028T1656-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru03-20031028T1656-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru03-20031028T1656 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series This was the first extended deployment of a Slocum Glider by the Rutgers University Coastal Ocean Observation Laboratory in the Mid-Atlantic Bight. There were 2 objectives of this mission: 1) Demonstrate the extended deployment capability of a Slocum glider and 2) collect temperature and salinity profiles to begin a historical survey of the Mid-Atlantic Bight shelf.  This dataset contains high-resolution glider CTD profiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Glider ru03)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_pitch (rad)\nc_roll (rad)\nc_wpt_lat (lat)\nc_wpt_lon (lon)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nm_altitude (m)\nm_battery (volts)\nm_depth (Depth, m)\nm_fin (rad)\nm_final_water_vx (m/s)\nm_final_water_vy (m/s)\nm_gps_full_status (enum)\nm_gps_lat (GPS Measured Latitude, degrees_minutes_north)\n... (24 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru03-20031028T1656-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru03-20031028T1656-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru03-20031028T1656-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru03-20031028T1656-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru03-20031028T1656-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru03-20031028T1656-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru03-20031028T1656-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru03-20031028T1656-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru03-20031028T1656-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru03-20031028T1656 Delayed Mode Science Profiles This was the first extended deployment of a Slocum Glider by the Rutgers University Coastal Ocean Observation Laboratory in the Mid-Atlantic Bight. There were 2 objectives of this mission: 1) Demonstrate the extended deployment capability of a Slocum glider and 2) collect temperature and salinity profiles to begin a historical survey of the Mid-Atlantic Bight shelf.  This dataset contains high-resolution glider CTD profiles.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Glider ru03)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\nconductivity (Raw Conductivity, S m-1)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\ndensity (kg m-3)\nm_pitch (rad)\nm_roll (rad)\nm_science_clothesline_lag (s)\npotential_temperature (degree_C)\npressure (CTD Pressure, bar)\nprofile_time (Profile Center Time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsalinity (Practical Salinity, 1)\nsci_m_present_time (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nsci_software_ver (nodim)\nsci_water_pressure (CTD Pressure, bar)\nsound_speed (Sound Velocity, m s-1)\ntemperature (Raw Temperature, degrees_C)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru03-20031028T1656-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru03-20031028T1656-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru03-20031028T1656-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru03-20031028T1656-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru03-20031028T1656-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru03-20031028T1656-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru04-20031105T1930-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru04-20031105T1930-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru04-20031105T1930-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru04-20031105T1930 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series Glider deployed as part of a larger program called Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms in Florida (EcoHAB:Florida) to survey the physical oceanography, biological oceanography and circulation patterns for shelf scale modeling for predicting the occurrence and transport of Karenia brevis red tides. The glider was deployed to survey an area of the West Florida Shelf, in the Gulf of Mexico, and measure light attenuation, light absorption, colored dissolved organic matter (CDOM), temperature and salinity.  This dataset includes raw measurements of these properties. This dataset was produced from the high resolution data files retrieved from the glider after the glider was recovered.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru04)\ninstrument_bb2c (WEB Labs Eco bb2c Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Unpumped Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_sam (WETLabs Scattering and Attenuation Meter)\nc_bb2c_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_bb2c_on (sec)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_pitch (rad)\nc_roll (rad)\nc_sam_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_sam_on (sec)\nc_wpt_lat (lat)\nc_wpt_lon (lon)\n... (45 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru04-20031105T1930-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru04-20031105T1930-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru04-20031105T1930-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru04-20031105T1930-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru04-20031105T1930-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University,Mote Marine Laboratory ru04-20031105T1930-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru04-20031105T1930-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru04-20031105T1930-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru04-20031105T1930-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru04-20031105T1930 Delayed Mode Science Profiles Glider deployed as part of a larger program called Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms in Florida (EcoHAB:Florida) to survey the physical oceanography, biological oceanography and circulation patterns for shelf scale modeling for predicting the occurrence and transport of Karenia brevis red tides. The glider was deployed to survey an area of the West Florida Shelf, in the Gulf of Mexico, and measure light attenuation, light absorption, colored dissolved organic matter (CDOM), temperature and salinity.  This dataset includes raw measurements of these properties. This dataset was produced from the high resolution data files retrieved from the glider after the glider was recovered.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru04)\ninstrument_bb2c (WEB Labs Eco bb2c Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Unpumped Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_sam (WETLabs Scattering and Attenuation Meter)\ncdom (sci_bb2c_cdom, ppb)\nconductivity (Raw Conductivity, S m-1)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\ndensity (kg m-3)\nm_pitch (rad)\nm_roll (rad)\nm_science_clothesline_lag (s)\n... (20 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru04-20031105T1930-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru04-20031105T1930-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru04-20031105T1930-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru04-20031105T1930-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru04-20031105T1930-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University,Mote Marine Laboratory ru04-20031105T1930-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20090119T1757-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20090119T1757-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20090119T1757-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru05-20090119T1757 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series Glider deployed to perform cross canyon transects of Palmer Deep within the operating CODAR fields off of Anvers Island.  This multi-platform field study will investigate the impact of coastal physical processes (e.g. tides, currents, upwelling events, sea-ice) on Adelie penguin foraging ecology in the vicinity of Palmer Deep, off Anvers Island, WAP. Guided by real-time surface convergence and divergences based on remotely sensed surface current maps derived from a coastal network of High Frequency Radars (HFRs), a multidisciplinary research team will adaptively sample the distribution of phytoplankton and zooplankton, which influence Adelie penguin foraging ecology, to understand how local oceanographic processes structure the ecosystem.The Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) program in Antarctica is a long term study focused on understanding how the marine system regulates the ecology of the West Antarctic Peninsula.  The project is focused on  how the ecology is changing given the West Antarctic Peninsula is the fastest winter warming place on Earth. This delayed mode dataset contains temperature, salinity, density, chlorophyll a, CDOM, phycoerythrin, beta 470nm, beta 532nm and beta 660nm measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G1 glider)\ninstrument_bb3slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_fl3slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_pitch (rad)\nc_roll (rad)\nc_wpt_lat (lat)\n... (57 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru05-20090119T1757-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru05-20090119T1757-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru05-20090119T1757-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru05-20090119T1757-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru05-20090119T1757-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru05-20090119T1757-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20090119T1757-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20090119T1757-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20090119T1757-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru05-20090119T1757 Delayed Mode Science Profiles Glider deployed to perform cross canyon transects of Palmer Deep within the operating CODAR fields off of Anvers Island.  This multi-platform field study will investigate the impact of coastal physical processes (e.g. tides, currents, upwelling events, sea-ice) on Adelie penguin foraging ecology in the vicinity of Palmer Deep, off Anvers Island, WAP. Guided by real-time surface convergence and divergences based on remotely sensed surface current maps derived from a coastal network of High Frequency Radars (HFRs), a multidisciplinary research team will adaptively sample the distribution of phytoplankton and zooplankton, which influence Adelie penguin foraging ecology, to understand how local oceanographic processes structure the ecosystem.The Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) program in Antarctica is a long term study focused on understanding how the marine system regulates the ecology of the West Antarctic Peninsula.  The project is focused on  how the ecology is changing given the West Antarctic Peninsula is the fastest winter warming place on Earth. This delayed mode dataset contains temperature, salinity, density, chlorophyll a, CDOM, phycoerythrin, beta 470nm, beta 532nm and beta 660nm measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G1 glider)\ninstrument_bb3slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_fl3slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\nbb3slo_temp (sci_bb3slo_temp, degrees_C)\nbb3slo_timestamp (sci_bb3slo_timestamp, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (38 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru05-20090119T1757-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru05-20090119T1757-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru05-20090119T1757-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru05-20090119T1757-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru05-20090119T1757-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru05-20090119T1757-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150105T1600-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150105T1600-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150105T1600-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru05-20150105T1600 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series Participants worked with research scientists to learn about interdisciplinary oceanographic research taking place at the West Antarctic Peninsula in January 2015. This exciting research mission characterized the connection between ocean circulation, plankton distribution, penguin foraging behavior, and climate change.  Students learned the research mission science through a variety of activities including: classroom lessons, following mission blog posts, talking with scientists in Antarctica through Live Video Broadcasts, meeting the research scientists at a spring Student Research Symposium.  The experience exposed students to the content of the research mission and the process of science research. The program supported Next Generation Science Standards and addressed Common Core Math and English/Language Arts. The glider was deployed out of Palmer Station, Antarctica and surveyed the Palmer Canyon.  This delayed mode dataset contains temperature, salinity, density, chlorophyll a, CDOM, phycoerythrin and oxygen concentration measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G1 glider)\ninstrument_bb3slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_bbfl2slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_optode (Oxygen Optode)\nc_bb3slo_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_bb3slo_on (sec)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_oxy3835_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\n... (82 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru05-20150105T1600-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru05-20150105T1600-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru05-20150105T1600-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru05-20150105T1600-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru05-20150105T1600-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru05-20150105T1600-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150105T1600-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150105T1600-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150105T1600-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru05-20150105T1600 Delayed Mode Science Profiles Participants worked with research scientists to learn about interdisciplinary oceanographic research taking place at the West Antarctic Peninsula in January 2015. This exciting research mission characterized the connection between ocean circulation, plankton distribution, penguin foraging behavior, and climate change.  Students learned the research mission science through a variety of activities including: classroom lessons, following mission blog posts, talking with scientists in Antarctica through Live Video Broadcasts, meeting the research scientists at a spring Student Research Symposium.  The experience exposed students to the content of the research mission and the process of science research. The program supported Next Generation Science Standards and addressed Common Core Math and English/Language Arts. The glider was deployed out of Palmer Station, Antarctica and surveyed the Palmer Canyon.  This delayed mode dataset contains temperature, salinity, density, chlorophyll a, CDOM, phycoerythrin and oxygen concentration measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G1 glider)\ninstrument_bb3slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_bbfl2slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_optode (Oxygen Optode)\nbb3slo_is_installed (sci_bb3slo_is_installed, bool)\nbb3slo_temp (sci_bb3slo_temp, degrees_C)\n... (55 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru05-20150105T1600-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru05-20150105T1600-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru05-20150105T1600-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru05-20150105T1600-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru05-20150105T1600-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru05-20150105T1600-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150115T1443-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150115T1443-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150115T1443-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru05-20150115T1443 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series Participants worked with research scientists to learn about interdisciplinary oceanographic research taking place at the West Antarctic Peninsula in January 2015. This exciting research mission characterized the connection between ocean circulation, plankton distribution, penguin foraging behavior, and climate change.  Students learned the research mission science through a variety of activities including: classroom lessons, following mission blog posts, talking with scientists in Antarctica through Live Video Broadcasts, meeting the research scientists at a spring Student Research Symposium.  The experience exposed students to the content of the research mission and the process of science research. The program supported Next Generation Science Standards and addressed Common Core Math and English/Language Arts. The glider was deployed out of Palmer Station, Antarctica and surveyed the Palmer Canyon.  This delayed mode dataset contains temperature, salinity, density, chlorophyll a, CDOM, phycoerythrin and oxygen concentration measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G1 glider)\ninstrument_bb3slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_bbfl2slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_optode (Oxygen Optode)\nc_bb3slo_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_bb3slo_on (sec)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_oxy3835_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\n... (82 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru05-20150115T1443-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru05-20150115T1443-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru05-20150115T1443-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru05-20150115T1443-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru05-20150115T1443-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru05-20150115T1443-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150115T1443-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150115T1443-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150115T1443-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru05-20150115T1443 Delayed Mode Science Profiles Participants worked with research scientists to learn about interdisciplinary oceanographic research taking place at the West Antarctic Peninsula in January 2015. This exciting research mission characterized the connection between ocean circulation, plankton distribution, penguin foraging behavior, and climate change.  Students learned the research mission science through a variety of activities including: classroom lessons, following mission blog posts, talking with scientists in Antarctica through Live Video Broadcasts, meeting the research scientists at a spring Student Research Symposium.  The experience exposed students to the content of the research mission and the process of science research. The program supported Next Generation Science Standards and addressed Common Core Math and English/Language Arts. The glider was deployed out of Palmer Station, Antarctica and surveyed the Palmer Canyon.  This delayed mode dataset contains temperature, salinity, density, chlorophyll a, CDOM, phycoerythrin and oxygen concentration measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G1 glider)\ninstrument_bb3slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_bbfl2slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_optode (Oxygen Optode)\nbb3slo_is_installed (sci_bb3slo_is_installed, bool)\nbb3slo_temp (sci_bb3slo_temp, degrees_C)\n... (55 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru05-20150115T1443-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru05-20150115T1443-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru05-20150115T1443-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru05-20150115T1443-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru05-20150115T1443-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru05-20150115T1443-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150201T2130-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150201T2130-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150201T2130-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru05-20150201T2130 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series Participants worked with research scientists to learn about interdisciplinary oceanographic research taking place at the West Antarctic Peninsula in January 2015. This exciting research mission characterized the connection between ocean circulation, plankton distribution, penguin foraging behavior, and climate change.  Students learned the research mission science through a variety of activities including: classroom lessons, following mission blog posts, talking with scientists in Antarctica through Live Video Broadcasts, meeting the research scientists at a spring Student Research Symposium.  The experience exposed students to the content of the research mission and the process of science research. The program supported Next Generation Science Standards and addressed Common Core Math and English/Language Arts. The glider was deployed out of Palmer Station, Antarctica and surveyed the Palmer Canyon.  This delayed mode dataset contains temperature, salinity, density, chlorophyll a, CDOM, phycoerythrin and oxygen concentration measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G1 glider)\ninstrument_bb3slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_bbfl2slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_optode (Oxygen Optode)\nc_bb3slo_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_bb3slo_on (sec)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_oxy3835_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\n... (82 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru05-20150201T2130-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru05-20150201T2130-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru05-20150201T2130-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru05-20150201T2130-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru05-20150201T2130-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru05-20150201T2130-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150201T2130-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150201T2130-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru05-20150201T2130-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru05-20150201T2130 Delayed Mode Science Profiles Participants worked with research scientists to learn about interdisciplinary oceanographic research taking place at the West Antarctic Peninsula in January 2015. This exciting research mission characterized the connection between ocean circulation, plankton distribution, penguin foraging behavior, and climate change.  Students learned the research mission science through a variety of activities including: classroom lessons, following mission blog posts, talking with scientists in Antarctica through Live Video Broadcasts, meeting the research scientists at a spring Student Research Symposium.  The experience exposed students to the content of the research mission and the process of science research. The program supported Next Generation Science Standards and addressed Common Core Math and English/Language Arts. The glider was deployed out of Palmer Station, Antarctica and surveyed the Palmer Canyon.  This delayed mode dataset contains temperature, salinity, density, chlorophyll a, CDOM, phycoerythrin and oxygen concentration measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G1 glider)\ninstrument_bb3slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_bbfl2slo (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_optode (Oxygen Optode)\nbb3slo_is_installed (sci_bb3slo_is_installed, bool)\nbb3slo_temp (sci_bb3slo_temp, degrees_C)\n... (55 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru05-20150201T2130-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru05-20150201T2130-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru05-20150201T2130-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru05-20150201T2130-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru05-20150201T2130-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru05-20150201T2130-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru21-20100517T1555-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru21-20100517T1555-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru21-20100517T1555-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru21-20100517T1555 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series Deployed to survey the West Florida Shelf waters following the Deepwater Horizon incident. Glider provided measurements of temperature, salinity, chlorophyll a, cdom and beta 880nm.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G2 glider)\ninstrument_bbfl2slo (bbfl2slo 3 Wavelength Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_pitch (rad)\nc_roll (rad)\nc_wpt_lat (lat)\nc_wpt_lon (lon)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nm_altitude (m)\nm_appear_to_be_at_surface (bool)\nm_coulomb_amphr (amp-hrs)\nm_depth (Depth, m)\nm_fin (rad)\nm_final_water_vx (m s-1)\nm_final_water_vy (m s-1)\nm_gps_full_status (enum)\nm_gps_lat (GPS Measured Latitude, degrees_minutes_north)\nm_gps_lon (GPS Measured Longitude, degrees_minutes_east)\n... (36 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru21-20100517T1555-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru21-20100517T1555-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru21-20100517T1555-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru21-20100517T1555-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru21-20100517T1555-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru21-20100517T1555-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru21-20100517T1555-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru21-20100517T1555-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru21-20100517T1555-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru21-20100517T1555 Delayed Mode Science Profiles Deployed to survey the West Florida Shelf waters following the Deepwater Horizon incident. Glider provided measurements of temperature, salinity, chlorophyll a, cdom and beta 880nm.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G2 glider)\ninstrument_bbfl2slo (bbfl2slo 3 Wavelength Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\nbbfl2s_timestamp (sci_bbfl2s_timestamp, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nbeta_880nm (Beta 880nm at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_880nm_reference (Beta 880nm Reference at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_880nm_signal (Beta 470nm Signal at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\ncdom (ppb)\nchlorophyll_a (sci_bbfl2s_chlor_scaled, ug L-1)\nconductivity (Raw Conductivity, S m-1)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nctd41cp_timestamp (sci_ctd41cp_timestamp, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndensity (kg m-3)\nglider_altitude (Glider Altitude Above the Seafloor, m)\nm_pitch (rad)\nm_roll (rad)\nm_science_clothesline_lag (s)\n... (18 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru21-20100517T1555-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru21-20100517T1555-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru21-20100517T1555-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru21-20100517T1555-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru21-20100517T1555-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru21-20100517T1555-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru22-20180815T0107-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru22-20180815T0107-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru22-20180815T0107-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru22-20180815T0107 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series This project is a partnership between Rutgers and Korean Institute of Ocean Science and Technology focused on deploying Slocum underwater gliders to sample the stratified Korean coastal waters ahead of and during Typhoons. The goal is to evaluate and improve regional and global ocean modeling systems.  The glider will be deployed for approximately 1 week and travel from Jeju Island South Korea to the south west toward the Ieodo Research Station. This highest-resolution dataset contains CTD, chlorphyll a, CDOM and optical backscatter measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru22)\ninstrument_bb3slo (bb3slo 3 Wavelength Puck)\ninstrument_bbfl2slo (bbfl2slo Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\nc_bb3slo_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_bb3slo_on (sec)\nc_bbfl2s_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_bbfl2s_on (sec)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_pitch (rad)\nc_roll (rad)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nm_altitude (m)\nm_appear_to_be_at_surface (bool)\nm_battery (volts)\n... (58 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru22-20180815T0107-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru22-20180815T0107-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru22-20180815T0107-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru22-20180815T0107-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru22-20180815T0107-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University,Virginia Institute of Marine Science ru22-20180815T0107-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru22-20180815T0107-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru22-20180815T0107-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru22-20180815T0107-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru22-20180815T0107 Delayed Mode Science Profiles This project is a partnership between Rutgers and Korean Institute of Ocean Science and Technology focused on deploying Slocum underwater gliders to sample the stratified Korean coastal waters ahead of and during Typhoons. The goal is to evaluate and improve regional and global ocean modeling systems.  The glider will be deployed for approximately 1 week and travel from Jeju Island South Korea to the south west toward the Ieodo Research Station. This highest-resolution dataset contains CTD, chlorphyll a, CDOM and optical backscatter measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru22)\ninstrument_bb3slo (bb3slo 3 Wavelength Puck)\ninstrument_bbfl2slo (bbfl2slo Puck)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\nbb3slo_timestamp (sci_bb3slo_timestamp, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nbbfl2s_timestamp (sci_bbfl2s_timestamp, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nbeta_470nm (Beta 470nm at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_470nm_reference (Beta 470nm Reference at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_470nm_signal (Beta 470nm Signal at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_532nm (Beta 532nm at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_532nm_reference (Beta 532nm Reference at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_532nm_signal (Beta 532nm Signal at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_660nm (Beta 660nm at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\n... (32 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru22-20180815T0107-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru22-20180815T0107-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru22-20180815T0107-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru22-20180815T0107-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru22-20180815T0107-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University,Virginia Institute of Marine Science ru22-20180815T0107-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru26d-20190905T1802-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru26d-20190905T1802-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru26d-20190905T1802-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru26d-20190905T1802 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series Sea Water Ocean Topography (SWOT) is a radar interferometry mission making SSH measurements over a swath 120 km wide. There is a nadir gap of 20 km where the error from interferometry is not meeting science requirement. The mission's calval requirement is to validate the along-track SSH performance in terms of a wavenumber spectrum of the measurement error by comparison to in-situ measurement.  The current candidate for the in-situ measurement is an array of gliders along the center of a swath to resolve the dynamic height at wavelengths of 15-150 km. This will consist of 20 station keeping gliders 7.5 km apart. An OSSE study suggests that a station-keeping glider making vertical loop of the upper 500 m of the water column in 2 hours can meet the requirement of providing quasi-synoptic observations of the dynamic height from the glider array for comparison with the SWOT snapshot measurement of SSH from overflight.  The primary objective of the deployment is to test the capability of gliders to retrieve the upper ocean dynamic height time series derived from the M1 moo ring covering the upper 300 m of the water column.  Another objective is to make simultaneous measurement of the SSH via a GPS buoy and the bottom pressure via a bottom-pressure recorder.  These measurements will allow us to derive the steric component of SSH and compare to the hydrographic measurement by the mooring and gliders.  This dataset contains Conductivity, Temperature and Depth (CTD) measurements. The glider will be deployed in Monterey Bay and transect 300km west southwest to a set of moorings and maintain a presence inside a pre-defined box.  The glider will be deployed for approximately 3 months.  High-resolution delayed-mode/recovered dataset.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G2 glider)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\nc_fin (rad)\n... (43 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru26d-20190905T1802-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru26d-20190905T1802-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru26d-20190905T1802-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru26d-20190905T1802-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru26d-20190905T1802-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru26d-20190905T1802-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru26d-20190905T1802-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru26d-20190905T1802-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru26d-20190905T1802-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru26d-20190905T1802 Delayed Mode Science Profiles Sea Water Ocean Topography (SWOT) is a radar interferometry mission making SSH measurements over a swath 120 km wide. There is a nadir gap of 20 km where the error from interferometry is not meeting science requirement. The mission's calval requirement is to validate the along-track SSH performance in terms of a wavenumber spectrum of the measurement error by comparison to in-situ measurement.  The current candidate for the in-situ measurement is an array of gliders along the center of a swath to resolve the dynamic height at wavelengths of 15-150 km. This will consist of 20 station keeping gliders 7.5 km apart. An OSSE study suggests that a station-keeping glider making vertical loop of the upper 500 m of the water column in 2 hours can meet the requirement of providing quasi-synoptic observations of the dynamic height from the glider array for comparison with the SWOT snapshot measurement of SSH from overflight.  The primary objective of the deployment is to test the capability of gliders to retrieve the upper ocean dynamic height time series derived from the M1 moo ring covering the upper 300 m of the water column.  Another objective is to make simultaneous measurement of the SSH via a GPS buoy and the bottom pressure via a bottom-pressure recorder.  These measurements will allow us to derive the steric component of SSH and compare to the hydrographic measurement by the mooring and gliders.  This dataset contains Conductivity, Temperature and Depth (CTD) measurements. The glider will be deployed in Monterey Bay and transect 300km west southwest to a set of moorings and maintain a presence inside a pre-defined box.  The glider will be deployed for approximately 3 months.  High-resolution delayed-mode/recovered dataset.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\n... (22 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru26d-20190905T1802-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru26d-20190905T1802-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru26d-20190905T1802-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru26d-20190905T1802-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru26d-20190905T1802-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru26d-20190905T1802-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20130813T1436-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20130813T1436-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20130813T1436-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru28-20130813T1436 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series Deployment to measure seasonal dissolved oxygen levels in the shallow coastal waters of New Jersey.  Dataset contains temperature, salinity, density, chlorophyll a, CDOM and oxygen concentration profiles\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G2 glider)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_flbbcd (FLBBCDSLK Eco Puck)\ninstrument_optode (Aanderaa Dissolved Oxygen Optode)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_flbbcd_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_flbbcd_on (sec)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_oxy3835_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_oxy3835_on (sec)\nc_oxy3835_wphase_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_oxy3835_wphase_on (sec)\nc_pitch (rad)\nc_roll (rad)\nc_wpt_lat (lat)\nc_wpt_lon (lon)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nm_altitude (m)\nm_appear_to_be_at_surface (bool)\n... (67 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru28-20130813T1436-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru28-20130813T1436-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru28-20130813T1436-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu,https://www.nj.gov/dep/bmw/glider.html (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru28-20130813T1436-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru28-20130813T1436-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University,NJDEP,EPA ru28-20130813T1436-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20130813T1436-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20130813T1436-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20130813T1436-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru28-20130813T1436 Delayed Mode Science Profiles Deployment to measure seasonal dissolved oxygen levels in the shallow coastal waters of New Jersey.  Dataset contains temperature, salinity, density, chlorophyll a, CDOM and oxygen concentration profiles\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G2 glider)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_flbbcd (FLBBCDSLK Eco Puck)\ninstrument_optode (Aanderaa Dissolved Oxygen Optode)\nbeta_700nm (Beta 700nm at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_700nm_reference (Beta 700nm Reference at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_700nm_signal (Beta 700nm Signal at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\ncdom (ppb)\ncdom_reference (nodim)\ncdom_signal (nodim)\nchlorophyll_a (sci_flbbcd_chlor_units, ug L-1)\nconductivity (Raw Conductivity, S m-1)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nctd41cp_timestamp (sci_ctd41cp_timestamp, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndensity (kg m-3)\nflbbcd_timestamp (sci_flbbcd_timestamp, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\n... (34 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru28-20130813T1436-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru28-20130813T1436-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru28-20130813T1436-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu,https://www.nj.gov/dep/bmw/glider.html (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru28-20130813T1436-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru28-20130813T1436-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University,NJDEP,EPA ru28-20130813T1436-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20150818T1506-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20150818T1506-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20150818T1506-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru28-20150818T1506 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series Deployment to measure seasonal dissolved oxygen levels in the shallow coastal waters of New Jersey as part of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's water quality monitoring program. Dataset contains temperature, salinity, density, chlorophyll a, CDOM and oxygen concentration profiles\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G2 glider)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_flbbcd (FLBBCDSLK Eco Puck)\ninstrument_optode (Aanderaa Dissolved Oxygen Optode)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_flbbcd_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_flbbcd_on (sec)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_oxy3835_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_oxy3835_on (sec)\nc_oxy3835_wphase_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_oxy3835_wphase_on (sec)\nc_pitch (rad)\nc_roll (rad)\nc_wpt_lat (lat)\nc_wpt_lon (lon)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nm_altitude (m)\n... (68 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru28-20150818T1506-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru28-20150818T1506-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru28-20150818T1506-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu,https://www.nj.gov/dep/bmw/glider.html (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru28-20150818T1506-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru28-20150818T1506-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University,NJDEP,EPA ru28-20150818T1506-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20150818T1506-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20150818T1506-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20150818T1506-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru28-20150818T1506 Delayed Mode Science Profiles Deployment to measure seasonal dissolved oxygen levels in the shallow coastal waters of New Jersey as part of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's water quality monitoring program. Dataset contains temperature, salinity, density, chlorophyll a, CDOM and oxygen concentration profiles\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G2 glider)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_flbbcd (FLBBCDSLK Eco Puck)\ninstrument_optode (Aanderaa Dissolved Oxygen Optode)\nbeta_700nm (Beta 700nm at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_700nm_reference (Beta 700nm Reference at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_700nm_signal (Beta 700nm Signal at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\ncdom (ppb)\ncdom_reference (nodim)\ncdom_signal (nodim)\nchlorophyll_a (sci_flbbcd_chlor_units, ug L-1)\nconductivity (Raw Conductivity, S m-1)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nctd41cp_timestamp (sci_ctd41cp_timestamp, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndensity (kg m-3)\n... (35 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru28-20150818T1506-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru28-20150818T1506-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru28-20150818T1506-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu,https://www.nj.gov/dep/bmw/glider.html (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru28-20150818T1506-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru28-20150818T1506-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University,NJDEP,EPA ru28-20150818T1506-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20170424T1310-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20170424T1310-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20170424T1310-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru28-20170424T1310 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series Deployment of a Slocum glider to perform surveys of dissolved oxygen concentrations in the shallow coastal waters of New Jersey.  This deployment is part of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's yearly coastal waters oxygen monitoring efforts.  This glider carried a CTD, Seabird Scientific ECO triplet fluorescence-backscatter-chlorophyll a sensor, Sequoia Scientific LISST 200x and Aanderaa dissolved oxygen sensor.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru28)\ninstrument_ctd (Pumped Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_flbbcd (Pumped Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_lisst (Sequoia Scientific LISST 200x)\ninstrument_optode (Aanderaa Dissolved Oxygen Optode)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_pitch (rad)\nc_roll (rad)\nc_wpt_lat (lat)\nc_wpt_lon (lon)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nm_altitude (m)\nm_appear_to_be_at_surface (bool)\nm_coulomb_amphr (amp-hrs)\nm_depth (Depth, m)\nm_fin (rad)\n... (67 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru28-20170424T1310-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru28-20170424T1310-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru28-20170424T1310-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu,https://www.state.nj.us/dep/wms/bmw/glider.html (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru28-20170424T1310-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru28-20170424T1310-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru28-20170424T1310-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20170915T1416-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20170915T1416-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru28-20170915T1416-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru28-20170915T1416 Delayed Mode Science Profiles Deployment of a Slocum glider to perform surveys of dissolved oxygen concentrations in the shallow coastal waters of New Jersey.  This deployment is part of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's yearly coastal waters oxygen monitoring efforts.  This glider carried a CTD, Seabird Scientific ECO triplet fluorescence-backscatter-chlorophyll a sensor, Sequoia Scientific LISST 200x, an Aanderaa dissolved oxygen sensor, SVS-603 wave sensor and Vemco Mobile Transceiver. Delayed-mode dataset containing full-resolution sampling.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru28)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_flbbcdslk (ECO Triplet Puck)\ninstrument_lisst (Sequoia Scientific LISST 200x)\ninstrument_optode (Oxygen Optode)\ninstrument_svs (SVS-603 Wave Sensor)\ninstrument_vmt (Vemco Mobile Tranceiver)\nbeam_c (sci_lisst_beamc, m-1)\nbeta_700nm (Beta 700nm at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_700nm_reference (Beta 700nm Reference at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_700nm_signal (Beta 700nm Signal at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\ncdom (ppb)\ncdom_reference (nodim)\n... (51 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru28-20170915T1416-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru28-20170915T1416-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru28-20170915T1416-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu,https://www.state.nj.us/dep/wms/bmw/glider.html (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru28-20170915T1416-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru28-20170915T1416-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru28-20170915T1416-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru29-20190906T1535-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru29-20190906T1535-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru29-20190906T1535-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru29-20190906T1535 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series The Challenger Glider Mission is a re-creation of the first global scientific ocean survey conducted by the HMS Challenger from 1872-1876.  The goals of the mission are to establish a collaborative international network of autonomous underwater glider ports, to assess global ocean model predictive skill while contributing real-time profile data for assimilation in ocean forecast models by operational centers worldwide, and to crowd source student-based ocean research and discovery. Glider is providing temperature, conductivity, salinity, density and current profile observations.  The current profiles are logged via external pd0 files and are not available in this delayed mode dataset. RU29 is flying a transect across the Anegada Passage and box pattern throughout the surrounding island regions to monitor heat transport between the Caribbean Sea and the Tropical North Atlantic. This region includes the US Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, and Anguilla, areas commonly impacted by tropical cyclones. This delayed mode dataset was created from the high-resolution d/ebd pairs downloaded after the glider was recovered.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G2 glider)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_dvl (Doppler Velocity Log)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_pitch (rad)\nc_roll (rad)\nc_wpt_lat (lat)\nc_wpt_lon (lon)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\n... (34 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru29-20190906T1535-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru29-20190906T1535-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru29-20190906T1535-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru29-20190906T1535-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru29-20190906T1535-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru29-20190906T1535-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru29-20190906T1535-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru29-20190906T1535-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru29-20190906T1535-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru29-20190906T1535 Delayed Mode Science Profiles The Challenger Glider Mission is a re-creation of the first global scientific ocean survey conducted by the HMS Challenger from 1872-1876.  The goals of the mission are to establish a collaborative international network of autonomous underwater glider ports, to assess global ocean model predictive skill while contributing real-time profile data for assimilation in ocean forecast models by operational centers worldwide, and to crowd source student-based ocean research and discovery. Glider is providing temperature, conductivity, salinity, density and current profile observations.  The current profiles are logged via external pd0 files and are not available in this delayed mode dataset. RU29 is flying a transect across the Anegada Passage and box pattern throughout the surrounding island regions to monitor heat transport between the Caribbean Sea and the Tropical North Atlantic. This region includes the US Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, and Anguilla, areas commonly impacted by tropical cyclones. This delayed mode dataset was created from the high-resolution d/ebd pairs downloaded after the glider was recovered.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G2 glider)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_dvl (Doppler Velocity Log)\nconductivity (Raw Conductivity, S m-1)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nctd41cp_timestamp (sci_ctd41cp_timestamp, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndensity (kg m-3)\n... (15 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru29-20190906T1535-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru29-20190906T1535-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru29-20190906T1535-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru29-20190906T1535-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru29-20190906T1535-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru29-20190906T1535-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru29-20191010T1932-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru29-20191010T1932-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru29-20191010T1932-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru29-20191010T1932 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series The Challenger Glider Mission is a re-creation of the first global scientific ocean survey conducted by the HMS Challenger from 1872-1876.  The goals of the mission are to establish a collaborative international network of autonomous underwater glider ports, to assess global ocean model predictive skill while contributing real-time profile data for assimilation in ocean forecast models by operational centers worldwide, and to crowd source student-based ocean research and discovery. Glider is providing temperature, conductivity, salinity, density and current profile observations.  The current profiles are logged via external pd0 files and are not available in this real-time dataset. RU29 is flying a transect across the Anegada Passage and box pattern throughout the surrounding island regions to monitor heat transport between the Caribbean Sea and the Tropical North Atlantic. This region includes the US Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, and Anguilla, areas commonly impacted by tropical cyclones.  This deployment is the continuation of the prior USVI ru29 deployment. High-resolution delayed-mode/recovered dataset.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G2 glider)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_dvl (Doppler Velocity Log)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_pitch (rad)\nc_roll (rad)\nc_wpt_lat (lat)\nc_wpt_lon (lon)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\n... (34 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru29-20191010T1932-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru29-20191010T1932-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru29-20191010T1932-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru29-20191010T1932-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru29-20191010T1932-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru29-20191010T1932-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru29-20191010T1932-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru29-20191010T1932-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru29-20191010T1932-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru29-20191010T1932 Delayed Mode Science Profiles The Challenger Glider Mission is a re-creation of the first global scientific ocean survey conducted by the HMS Challenger from 1872-1876.  The goals of the mission are to establish a collaborative international network of autonomous underwater glider ports, to assess global ocean model predictive skill while contributing real-time profile data for assimilation in ocean forecast models by operational centers worldwide, and to crowd source student-based ocean research and discovery. Glider is providing temperature, conductivity, salinity, density and current profile observations.  The current profiles are logged via external pd0 files and are not available in this real-time dataset. RU29 is flying a transect across the Anegada Passage and box pattern throughout the surrounding island regions to monitor heat transport between the Caribbean Sea and the Tropical North Atlantic. This region includes the US Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, and Anguilla, areas commonly impacted by tropical cyclones.  This deployment is the continuation of the prior USVI ru29 deployment. High-resolution delayed-mode/recovered dataset.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Teledyne Webb Research Slocum G2 glider)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_dvl (Doppler Velocity Log)\nconductivity (Raw Conductivity, S m-1)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\nctd41cp_timestamp (sci_ctd41cp_timestamp, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ndensity (kg m-3)\n... (15 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru29-20191010T1932-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru29-20191010T1932-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru29-20191010T1932-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru29-20191010T1932-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru29-20191010T1932-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru29-20191010T1932-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20180502T1355-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20180502T1355-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20180502T1355-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru30-20180502T1355 Delayed Mode Science Profiles This project integrated a deep rated version of the Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor (ISFET)-based pH sensor, the Deep ISFET pH, into a Slocum Webb G2 glider. The pH sensor unit is complemented with existing glider sensors including a CTD, a WETLabs BB2FL ECO puck configured for simultaneous chlorophyll fluorescence and optical backscatter measurements, and an Aanderaa Optode for measuring dissolved oxygen. This cross shelf New Jersey glider deployment is occurring on the Rutgers E-line. This delayed mode dataset contains temperature, salinity, chlorophyll a, CDOM, oxygen and raw pH measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru30)\ninstrument_ctd (Pumped Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_flbbcd (FLBBCD Eco Puck)\ninstrument_optode (Aanderaa Optode 4831)\ninstrument_ph (Sea-Bird pH Meter)\nbeta_700nm (Beta 700nm at 117 degrees, nodim)\nbeta_700nm_reference (Beta 700nm Reference at 117 degrees, nodim)\nbeta_700nm_signal (Beta 700nm Signal at 117 degrees, nodim)\nc_alt_time (sec)\nc_ballast_pumped (cc)\nc_climb_target_depth (m)\nc_dive_target_depth (m)\n... (123 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru30-20180502T1355-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru30-20180502T1355-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru30-20180502T1355-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru30-20180502T1355-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru30-20180502T1355-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru30-20180502T1355-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20180705T1825-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20180705T1825-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20180705T1825-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru30-20180705T1825 Delayed Mode Science Profiles This project integrated a deep rated version of the Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor (ISFET)-based pH sensor, the Deep ISFET pH, into a Slocum Webb G2 glider. The pH sensor unit is complemented with existing glider sensors including a CTD, a WETLabs BB2FL ECO puck configured for simultaneous chlorophyll fluorescence and optical backscatter measurements, and an Aanderaa Optode for measuring dissolved oxygen. This cross shelf New Jersey glider deployment is occurring on the Rutgers E-line. This approximately 60-day deployment was from Georges Bank to Atlantic City, NJ. Deployment occurred from NOAA ship Henry B. Bigelow during the East Coast Ocean Acidification Cruise (ECOA) funded by NOAA Ocean Acidification Program. This delayed mode dataset contains temperature, salinity, chlorophyll a, CDOM, oxygen and raw pH measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru30)\ninstrument_ctd (Pumped Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_flbbcd (FLBBCD Eco Puck)\ninstrument_optode (Aanderaa Optode 4831)\ninstrument_ph (Sea-Bird pH Meter)\nbeta_700nm (Beta 700nm at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_700nm_reference (Beta 700nm Reference at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_700nm_signal (Beta 700nm Signal at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\ncdom (ppb)\ncdom_reference (nodim)\n... (44 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru30-20180705T1825-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru30-20180705T1825-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru30-20180705T1825-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru30-20180705T1825-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru30-20180705T1825-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru30-20180705T1825-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20190201T1712-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20190201T1712-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20190201T1712-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru30-20190201T1712 Delayed Mode Science Profiles This project integrated a deep rated version of the Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor (ISFET)-based pH sensor, the Deep ISFET pH, into a Slocum Webb G2 glider. The pH sensor unit is complemented with existing glider sensors including a CTD, a WETLabs BB2FL ECO puck configured for simultaneous chlorophyll fluorescence and optical backscatter measurements, and an Aanderaa Optode for measuring dissolved oxygen. This cross shelf New Jersey glider deployment is occurring on the Rutgers E-line. This delayed mode dataset contains temperature, salinity, chlorophyll a, CDOM, oxygen and raw pH measurements. Delayed mode dataset\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru30)\ninstrument_ctd (Pumped Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_flbbcd (FLBBCD Eco Puck)\ninstrument_optode (Aanderaa Optode 4831)\ninstrument_ph (Sea-Bird pH Meter)\nbeta_700nm (Beta 700nm at 117 degrees, nodim)\nbeta_700nm_reference (Beta 700nm Reference at 117 degrees, nodim)\nbeta_700nm_signal (Beta 700nm Signal at 117 degrees, nodim)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_flbbcd_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_flbbcd_on (sec)\nc_heading (rad)\n... (88 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru30-20190201T1712-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru30-20190201T1712-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru30-20190201T1712-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru30-20190201T1712-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru30-20190201T1712-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru30-20190201T1712-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20190227T1625-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20190227T1625-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20190227T1625-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru30-20190227T1625 Delayed Mode Science Profiles The deployment is a continuation of the ru30-20190201T1712 deployment, which was recovered early due to ballasting foam issues.  Glider was re-ballasted and redeployed with the same goals as the earlier deployments.  The oxygen optode was also replaced.  See instrument_optode for instrument metadtaa. This project integrated a deep rated version of the Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor (ISFET)-based pH sensor, the Deep ISFET pH, into a Slocum Webb G2 glider. The pH sensor unit is complemented with existing glider sensors including a CTD, a WETLabs BB2FL ECO puck configured for simultaneous chlorophyll fluorescence and optical backscatter measurements, and an Aanderaa Optode for measuring dissolved oxygen. This cross shelf New Jersey glider deployment is occurring on the Rutgers E-line. This delayed-mode dataset contains CTD, chlorphyll a, CDOM, optical backscatter, oxygen  and raw pH measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru30)\ninstrument_ctd (Pumped Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_flbbcd (FLBBCD Eco Puck)\ninstrument_optode (Aanderaa Optode 4831)\ninstrument_ph (Sea-Bird pH Meter)\nbeta_700nm (Beta 700nm at 117 degrees, nodim)\nbeta_700nm_reference (Beta 700nm Reference at 117 degrees, nodim)\nbeta_700nm_signal (Beta 700nm Signal at 117 degrees, nodim)\nc_fin (rad)\n... (91 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru30-20190227T1625-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru30-20190227T1625-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru30-20190227T1625-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru30-20190227T1625-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru30-20190227T1625-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru30-20190227T1625-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20190717T1812-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20190717T1812-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20190717T1812-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru30-20190717T1812 Delayed Mode Science Profiles This project integrated a deep rated version of the Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor (ISFET)-based pH sensor, the Deep ISFET pH, into a Slocum Webb G2 glider. The pH sensor unit is complemented with existing glider sensors including a CTD, a WETLabs FLBBCD ECO puck configured for simultaneous chlorophyll fluorescence and optical backscatter measurements, and an Aanderaa Optode for measuring dissolved oxygen. This approximately 15 to 30 day deployment near Sandy Hook, NJ, and is running a cross-shelf transect to the shelf break north of Hudson Canyon to sample in Atlantic sea scallop habitat. Then the glider will turn and fly back to shore in a west-southwest direction to cover more sea scallop and Atlantic surfclam habitat with possible recovery targeted for Barneget, NJ. However, if pH data are still stable after 15 days (no increased time lag response due to biofouling), the glider will turn southeast and head back to the shelf break then fly back inshore toward Atlantic City. This delayed mode dataset contains temperature, salinity, chlorophyll a, CDOM, oxygen and raw pH measurements. Delayed mode dataset\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru30)\ninstrument_ctd (Pumped Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_flbbcd (FLBBCD Eco Puck)\ninstrument_optode (Aanderaa Optode 4831)\ninstrument_ph (Sea-Bird pH Meter)\nbeta_700nm (Beta 700nm at 117 degrees, nodim)\nbeta_700nm_reference (Beta 700nm Reference at 117 degrees, nodim)\n... (93 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru30-20190717T1812-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru30-20190717T1812-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru30-20190717T1812-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru30-20190717T1812-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru30-20190717T1812-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru30-20190717T1812-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20191015T1824-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20191015T1824-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru30-20191015T1824-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru30-20191015T1824 Delayed Mode Science Profiles This project integrated a deep rated version of the Ion Sensitive Field Effect Transistor (ISFET)-based pH sensor, the Deep ISFET pH, into a Slocum Webb G2 glider. The pH sensor unit is complemented with existing glider sensors including a CTD, a WETLabs FLBBCD ECO puck configured for simultaneous chlorophyll fluorescence and optical backscatter measurements, and an Aanderaa Optode for measuring dissolved oxygen. This approximately 15 to 30 day deployment near Sandy Hook, NJ, and is running a cross-shelf transect to the shelf break north of Hudson Canyon to sample in Atlantic sea scallop habitat. Then the glider will turn and fly back to shore in a west-southwest direction to cover more sea scallop and Atlantic surfclam habitat with possible recovery targeted for Barneget, NJ. However, if pH data are still stable after 15 days (no increased time lag response due to biofouling), the glider will turn southeast and head back to the shelf break then fly back inshore toward Atlantic City. This deployment also supports the realtime data delivery of autonomous underwater gliders in the coastal ocean to better resolve and understand essential ocean features and processes that contribute to hurricane intensification or weakening prior to making landfall. This is a partnership between NOAA Ocean and Atmospheric Research (OAR) through the Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) and Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) regional associations such as MARACOOS, SECOORA, CariCOOS and institutions including the University of Puerto Rico, University of the Virgin Islands, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, University of Delaware, and Rutgers University. The goal of the project is to provide realtime data for ocean model validation and assimilation throughout hurricane season. This project is supported by the Disaster Recovery Act. The glider was deployed out of Tuckerton, NJ and will transect E to an offshore waypoint north of Carteret Canyon, then transect SSW to Wilmington Canyon, then NW back to Tuckerton, NJ as the battery pack allows. This delayed-mode dataset contains CTD, chlorphyll a, CDOM, optical backscatter and oxygen measurements.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\n... (104 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru30-20191015T1824-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru30-20191015T1824-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru30-20191015T1824-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru30-20191015T1824-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru30-20191015T1824-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru30-20191015T1824-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru32-20180109T0531-trajectory-raw-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru32-20180109T0531-trajectory-raw-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru32-20180109T0531-trajectory-raw-delayed.graph ru32-20180109T0531 Delayed Mode Raw Time Series This project integrated an Acoustic Zooplankton and Fish Profiler (AZFP) multi-frequency echo sounder into a Slocum Webb G2 glider. The AZFP is complemented with existing glider sensors including a CTD, a WET Labs BB2FL ECO puck configured for simultaneous chlorophyll fluorescence (phytoplankton biomass) and optical backscatter measurements, and an Aanderaa Optode for measuring dissolved oxygen. This glider deployment is located in the polynya of Terra Nova Bay (western Ross Sea, Antarctica), and is focused on investigating relationships between phytoplankton-zooplankton-fish distributions and the physical drivers of zooplankton and silverfish species and size distributions.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru32)\ninstrument_azfp (Acoustic Zooplankton Fish Profiler)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_flbbcd (Pumped Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_optode (Oxygen Optode)\nc_fin (rad)\nc_flbbcd_num_fields_to_send (nodim)\nc_flbbcd_on (sec)\nc_heading (rad)\nc_pitch (rad)\nc_roll (rad)\nc_wpt_lat (lat)\nc_wpt_lon (lon)\ncrs (http://www.opengis.net/def/crs/EPSG/0/4326)\n... (67 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru32-20180109T0531-trajectory-raw-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru32-20180109T0531-trajectory-raw-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru32-20180109T0531-trajectory-raw-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru32-20180109T0531-trajectory-raw-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru32-20180109T0531-trajectory-raw-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru32-20180109T0531-trajectory-raw-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru32-20180109T0531-profile-sci-delayed.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru32-20180109T0531-profile-sci-delayed https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/ru32-20180109T0531-profile-sci-delayed.graph ru32-20180109T0531 Delayed Mode Science Profiles This project integrated an Acoustic Zooplankton and Fish Profiler (AZFP) multi-frequency echo sounder into a Slocum Webb G2 glider. The AZFP is complemented with existing glider sensors including a CTD, a WET Labs BB2FL ECO puck configured for simultaneous chlorophyll fluorescence (phytoplankton biomass) and optical backscatter measurements, and an Aanderaa Optode for measuring dissolved oxygen. This glider deployment is located in the polynya of Terra Nova Bay (western Ross Sea, Antarctica), and is focused on investigating relationships between phytoplankton-zooplankton-fish distributions and the physical drivers of zooplankton and silverfish species and size distributions.\n\ncdm_data_type = TrajectoryProfile\nVARIABLES:\ntime (m_present_time, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ndepth (CTD Depth, m)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Deployment Name)\nprofile_id\nprofile_lat (Profile Center Latitude, degree_north)\nprofile_lon (Profile Center Longitude, degree_east)\nsource_file (Source data file)\nplatform (Slocum Glider ru32)\ninstrument_azfp (Acoustic Zooplankton Fish Profiler)\ninstrument_ctd (Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_flbbcd (Pumped Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) Sensor)\ninstrument_optode (Oxygen Optode)\nbeta_700nm (Beta 700nm at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_700nm_reference (Beta 700nm Reference at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\nbeta_700nm_signal (Beta 700nm Signal at 117 degrees, m-1 sr-1)\ncdom (ppb)\ncdom_reference (nodim)\ncdom_signal (nodim)\n... (40 more variables)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/ru32-20180109T0531-profile-sci-delayed_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/ru32-20180109T0531-profile-sci-delayed_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/ru32-20180109T0531-profile-sci-delayed/index.htmlTable https://rucool.marine.rutgers.edu (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/ru32-20180109T0531-profile-sci-delayed.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=ru32-20180109T0531-profile-sci-delayed&showErrors=false&email= Rutgers University ru32-20180109T0531-profile-sci-delayed
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1031_hurricane_2022.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1031_hurricane_2022 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1031_hurricane_2022.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2022 Hurricane Monitoring, drone 1031 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification. This mission will deploy 7 USVs during the 2022 hurricane season to observe the air-sea interaction before, during and after hurricanes. When possible, the deployed USVs will coordinate with other autonomous devices to make coherent observations of the air-sea interface and profiles in the upper ocean and atmospheric marine boundary layer.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (time in seconds, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1031_hurricane_2022_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1031_hurricane_2022_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1031_hurricane_2022/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1031_hurricane_2022.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1031_hurricane_2022&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1031_hurricane_2022
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1032_hurricane_2022.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1032_hurricane_2022 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1032_hurricane_2022.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2022 Hurricane Monitoring, drone 1032 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification. This mission will deploy 7 USVs during the 2022 hurricane season to observe the air-sea interaction before, during and after hurricanes. When possible, the deployed USVs will coordinate with other autonomous devices to make coherent observations of the air-sea interface and profiles in the upper ocean and atmospheric marine boundary layer.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (time in seconds, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1032_hurricane_2022_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1032_hurricane_2022_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1032_hurricane_2022/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1032_hurricane_2022.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1032_hurricane_2022&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1032_hurricane_2022
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1040_hurricane_2022.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1040_hurricane_2022 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1040_hurricane_2022.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2022 Hurricane Monitoring, drone 1040 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification. This mission will deploy 7 USVs during the 2022 hurricane season to observe the air-sea interaction before, during and after hurricanes. When possible, the deployed USVs will coordinate with other autonomous devices to make coherent observations of the air-sea interface and profiles in the upper ocean and atmospheric marine boundary layer.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (time in seconds, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1040_hurricane_2022_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1040_hurricane_2022_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1040_hurricane_2022/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1040_hurricane_2022.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1040_hurricane_2022&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1040_hurricane_2022
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1059_hurricane_2022.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1059_hurricane_2022 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1059_hurricane_2022.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2022 Hurricane Monitoring, drone 1059 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification. This mission will deploy 7 USVs during the 2022 hurricane season to observe the air-sea interaction before, during and after hurricanes. When possible, the deployed USVs will coordinate with other autonomous devices to make coherent observations of the air-sea interface and profiles in the upper ocean and atmospheric marine boundary layer.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (time in seconds, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1059_hurricane_2022_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1059_hurricane_2022_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1059_hurricane_2022/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1059_hurricane_2022.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1059_hurricane_2022&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1059_hurricane_2022
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1078_hurricane_2022.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1078_hurricane_2022 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1078_hurricane_2022.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2022 Hurricane Monitoring, drone 1078 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification. This mission will deploy 7 USVs during the 2022 hurricane season to observe the air-sea interaction before, during and after hurricanes. When possible, the deployed USVs will coordinate with other autonomous devices to make coherent observations of the air-sea interface and profiles in the upper ocean and atmospheric marine boundary layer.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (time in seconds, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1078_hurricane_2022_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1078_hurricane_2022_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1078_hurricane_2022/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1078_hurricane_2022.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1078_hurricane_2022&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1078_hurricane_2022
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1083_hurricane_2022.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1083_hurricane_2022 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1083_hurricane_2022.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2022 Hurricane Monitoring, drone 1083 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification. This mission will deploy 4 USVs during the 2021 hurricane season to observe the air-sea interaction before, during and after hurricanes. When possible, the deployed USVs will coordinate with other autonomous devices to make coherent observations of the air-sea interface and profiles in the upper ocean and atmospheric marine boundary layer.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (time in seconds, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1083_hurricane_2022_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1083_hurricane_2022_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1083_hurricane_2022/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1083_hurricane_2022.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1083_hurricane_2022&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1083_hurricane_2022
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1084_hurricane_2022.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1084_hurricane_2022 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1084_hurricane_2022.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2022 Hurricane Monitoring, drone 1084 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification. This mission will deploy 7 USVs during the 2022 hurricane season to observe the air-sea interaction before, during and after hurricanes. When possible, the deployed USVs will coordinate with other autonomous devices to make coherent observations of the air-sea interface and profiles in the upper ocean and atmospheric marine boundary layer.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (time in seconds, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1084_hurricane_2022_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1084_hurricane_2022_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1084_hurricane_2022/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1084_hurricane_2022.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1084_hurricane_2022&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1084_hurricane_2022
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1031_hurricane_2023.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1031_hurricane_2023 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1031_hurricane_2023.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2023 Hurricane Monitoring Surface Data, drone 1031 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1031_hurricane_2023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1031_hurricane_2023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1031_hurricane_2023/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1031_hurricane_2023.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1031_hurricane_2023&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1031_hurricane_2023
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1036_hurricane_2023.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1036_hurricane_2023 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1036_hurricane_2023.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2023 Hurricane Monitoring Surface Data, drone 1036 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1036_hurricane_2023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1036_hurricane_2023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1036_hurricane_2023/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1036_hurricane_2023.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1036_hurricane_2023&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1036_hurricane_2023
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1040_hurricane_2023.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1040_hurricane_2023 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1040_hurricane_2023.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2023 Hurricane Monitoring Surface Data, drone 1040 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1040_hurricane_2023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1040_hurricane_2023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1040_hurricane_2023/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1040_hurricane_2023.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1040_hurricane_2023&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1040_hurricane_2023
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1041_hurricane_2023.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1041_hurricane_2023 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1041_hurricane_2023.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2023 Hurricane Monitoring Surface Data, drone 1041 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1041_hurricane_2023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1041_hurricane_2023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1041_hurricane_2023/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1041_hurricane_2023.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1041_hurricane_2023&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1041_hurricane_2023
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1045_hurricane_2023.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1045_hurricane_2023 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1045_hurricane_2023.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2023 Hurricane Monitoring Surface Data, drone 1045 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1045_hurricane_2023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1045_hurricane_2023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1045_hurricane_2023/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1045_hurricane_2023.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1045_hurricane_2023&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1045_hurricane_2023
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1057_hurricane_2023.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1057_hurricane_2023 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1057_hurricane_2023.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2023 Hurricane Monitoring Surface Data, drone 1057 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1057_hurricane_2023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1057_hurricane_2023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1057_hurricane_2023/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1057_hurricane_2023.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1057_hurricane_2023&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1057_hurricane_2023
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1065_hurricane_2023.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1065_hurricane_2023 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1065_hurricane_2023.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2023 Hurricane Monitoring Surface Data, drone 1065 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1065_hurricane_2023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1065_hurricane_2023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1065_hurricane_2023/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1065_hurricane_2023.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1065_hurricane_2023&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1065_hurricane_2023
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1068_hurricane_2023.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1068_hurricane_2023 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1068_hurricane_2023.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2023 Hurricane Monitoring Surface Data, drone 1068 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1068_hurricane_2023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1068_hurricane_2023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1068_hurricane_2023/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1068_hurricane_2023.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1068_hurricane_2023&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1068_hurricane_2023
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1069_hurricane_2023.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1069_hurricane_2023 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1069_hurricane_2023.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2023 Hurricane Monitoring Surface Data, drone 1069 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1069_hurricane_2023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1069_hurricane_2023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1069_hurricane_2023/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1069_hurricane_2023.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1069_hurricane_2023&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1069_hurricane_2023
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1083_hurricane_2023.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1083_hurricane_2023 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1083_hurricane_2023.graph Saildrone Atlantic 2023 Hurricane Monitoring Surface Data, drone 1083 Using Uncrewed Surface Vehicles (USV) to observe air-sea interaction associated with Tropical Cyclones (TC), which is critical to TC intensification.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1083_hurricane_2023_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1083_hurricane_2023_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1083_hurricane_2023/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1083_hurricane_2023.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1083_hurricane_2023&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1083_hurricane_2023
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1031_hurricane_2021.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1031_hurricane_2021 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1031_hurricane_2021.graph Saildrone Hurricane Monitoring 2021 NRT data, drone 1031 Five Gen6 Saildrone Explorer USVs were launched in the Atlantic Ocean for the duration of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season. These USVs were equipped with a 'hurricane wing' designed specifically to withstand hurricane-strength winds and waves. The five objectives of this mission  include (1) advancing the CONOPS of steering and operating USVs towards strong low-pressure systems, (2) coordinating with underwater gliders, (3) developing CONOPS for coordinating with UAVs, (4) developing CONOPS for using multiple USVs to observe the air-sea interface ahead, inside and behind hurricanes, and (5) provision of real-time data for ingestion to Global Telecommunications System (GTS) and reception by operational data assimilation and forecast systems.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (time in seconds, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWATER_CURRENT_SPEED_MEAN (Water Current Speed, m s-1)\nWATER_CURRENT_DIRECTION_MEAN (Water Current Direction, degree)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1031_hurricane_2021_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1031_hurricane_2021_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1031_hurricane_2021/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1031_hurricane_2021.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1031_hurricane_2021&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1031_hurricane_2021
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1040_hurricane_2021.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1040_hurricane_2021 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1040_hurricane_2021.graph Saildrone Hurricane Monitoring 2021 NRT data, drone 1040 Five Gen6 Saildrone Explorer USVs were launched in the Atlantic Ocean for the duration of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season. These USVs were equipped with a 'hurricane wing' designed specifically to withstand hurricane-strength winds and waves. The five objectives of this mission  include (1) advancing the CONOPS of steering and operating USVs towards strong low-pressure systems, (2) coordinating with underwater gliders, (3) developing CONOPS for coordinating with UAVs, (4) developing CONOPS for using multiple USVs to observe the air-sea interface ahead, inside and behind hurricanes, and (5) provision of real-time data for ingestion to Global Telecommunications System (GTS) and reception by operational data assimilation and forecast systems.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (time in seconds, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWATER_CURRENT_SPEED_MEAN (Water Current Speed, m s-1)\nWATER_CURRENT_DIRECTION_MEAN (Water Current Direction, degree)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1040_hurricane_2021_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1040_hurricane_2021_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1040_hurricane_2021/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1040_hurricane_2021.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1040_hurricane_2021&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1040_hurricane_2021
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1045_hurricane_2021.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1045_hurricane_2021 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1045_hurricane_2021.graph Saildrone Hurricane Monitoring 2021 NRT data, drone 1045 Five Gen6 Saildrone Explorer USVs were launched in the Atlantic Ocean for the duration of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season. These USVs were equipped with a 'hurricane wing' designed specifically to withstand hurricane-strength winds and waves. The five objectives of this mission  include (1) advancing the CONOPS of steering and operating USVs towards strong low-pressure systems, (2) coordinating with underwater gliders, (3) developing CONOPS for coordinating with UAVs, (4) developing CONOPS for using multiple USVs to observe the air-sea interface ahead, inside and behind hurricanes, and (5) provision of real-time data for ingestion to Global Telecommunications System (GTS) and reception by operational data assimilation and forecast systems.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (time in seconds, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWATER_CURRENT_SPEED_MEAN (Water Current Speed, m s-1)\nWATER_CURRENT_DIRECTION_MEAN (Water Current Direction, degree)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1045_hurricane_2021_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1045_hurricane_2021_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1045_hurricane_2021/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1045_hurricane_2021.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1045_hurricane_2021&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1045_hurricane_2021
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1048_hurricane_2021.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1048_hurricane_2021 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1048_hurricane_2021.graph Saildrone Hurricane Monitoring 2021 NRT data, drone 1048 Five Gen6 Saildrone Explorer USVs were launched in the Atlantic Ocean for the duration of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season. These USVs were equipped with a 'hurricane wing' designed specifically to withstand hurricane-strength winds and waves. The five objectives of this mission  include (1) advancing the CONOPS of steering and operating USVs towards strong low-pressure systems, (2) coordinating with underwater gliders, (3) developing CONOPS for coordinating with UAVs, (4) developing CONOPS for using multiple USVs to observe the air-sea interface ahead, inside and behind hurricanes, and (5) provision of real-time data for ingestion to Global Telecommunications System (GTS) and reception by operational data assimilation and forecast systems.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (time in seconds, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWATER_CURRENT_SPEED_MEAN (Water Current Speed, m s-1)\nWATER_CURRENT_DIRECTION_MEAN (Water Current Direction, degree)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1048_hurricane_2021_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1048_hurricane_2021_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1048_hurricane_2021/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1048_hurricane_2021.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1048_hurricane_2021&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1048_hurricane_2021
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1060_hurricane_2021.subset https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1060_hurricane_2021 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/sd1060_hurricane_2021.graph Saildrone Hurricane Monitoring 2021 NRT data, drone 1060 Five Gen6 Saildrone Explorer USVs were launched in the Atlantic Ocean for the duration of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season. These USVs were equipped with a 'hurricane wing' designed specifically to withstand hurricane-strength winds and waves. The five objectives of this mission  include (1) advancing the CONOPS of steering and operating USVs towards strong low-pressure systems, (2) coordinating with underwater gliders, (3) developing CONOPS for coordinating with UAVs, (4) developing CONOPS for using multiple USVs to observe the air-sea interface ahead, inside and behind hurricanes, and (5) provision of real-time data for ingestion to Global Telecommunications System (GTS) and reception by operational data assimilation and forecast systems.\n\ncdm_data_type = Trajectory\nVARIABLES:\nlatitude (degrees_north)\nlongitude (degrees_east)\ntime (time in seconds, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\ntrajectory (Trajectory/Drone ID)\nTEMP_AIR_MEAN (Air temperature, degree_C)\nRH_MEAN (Relative humidity, percent)\nBARO_PRES_MEAN (Air pressure, hPa)\nTEMP_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater temperature, degree_C)\nWIND_FROM_MEAN (Wind from, degree)\nWIND_SPEED_MEAN (Wind speed, m s-1)\nSAL_SBE37_MEAN (Seawater salinity)\nWATER_CURRENT_SPEED_MEAN (Water Current Speed, m s-1)\nWATER_CURRENT_DIRECTION_MEAN (Water Current Direction, degree)\nWAVE_DOMINANT_PERIOD (s)\nWAVE_SIGNIFICANT_HEIGHT (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/sd1060_hurricane_2021_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/sd1060_hurricane_2021_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/sd1060_hurricane_2021/index.htmlTable https://www.saildrone.com/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/sd1060_hurricane_2021.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=sd1060_hurricane_2021&showErrors=false&email= Saildrone sd1060_hurricane_2021
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01342732 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01342732.graph USGS, Hudson River, 01342732 USGS, HUDSON RIVER AT 01342732.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nsea_water_temperature (deg C)\nair_pressure (mbar)\nsea_water_ph_reported_on_total_scale (std units)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (uS/cm @25C)\nTurbidity (Turbidity, water, unfiltered, monochrome near infra-red LED light, 780-900 nm, detection angle 90 &#177;2.5&#176;, formazin nephelometric units (FNU), FNU)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/usgs_01342732_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/usgs_01342732_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/usgs_01342732/index.htmlTable https://waterdata.usgs.gov/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/usgs_01342732.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=usgs_01342732&showErrors=false&email= USGS usgs_01342732
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01354330 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01354330.graph USGS, Hudson River, 01354330 USGS, HUDSON RIVER AT 01354330.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nwind_speed (knots)\nPrecipitation (in)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nwind_from_direction (Deg)\nsea_water_ph_reported_on_total_scale (std units)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (uS/cm @25C)\nTurbidity (FNU)\nDifference_between_observed_and_predicted_water_surface_elevation (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/usgs_01354330_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/usgs_01354330_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/usgs_01354330/index.htmlTable https://waterdata.usgs.gov/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/usgs_01354330.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=usgs_01354330&showErrors=false&email= USGS usgs_01354330
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01355475 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01355475.graph USGS, Hudson River, 01355475 USGS, HUDSON RIVER AT 01355475.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nsea_water_temperature (deg C)\nsea_water_ph_reported_on_total_scale (std units)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (uS/cm @25C)\nTurbidity (FNU)\nDifference_between_observed_and_predicted_water_surface_elevation (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/usgs_01355475_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/usgs_01355475_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/usgs_01355475/index.htmlTable https://waterdata.usgs.gov/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/usgs_01355475.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=usgs_01355475&showErrors=false&email= USGS usgs_01355475
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01359165 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01359165.graph USGS, Hudson River, 01359165 USGS, HUDSON RIVER AT 01359165.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nwind_speed (knots)\nEstuary_or_ocean_water_surface_elevation_above_NAVD_1988 (m)\nPrecipitation (in)\nair_pressure (mbar)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nwind_from_direction (Deg)\nsea_water_ph_reported_on_total_scale (std units)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (uS/cm @25C)\nEstuary_or_ocean_water_surface_elevation_above_NGVD_1929 (m)\nTurbidity (FNU)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/usgs_01359165_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/usgs_01359165_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/usgs_01359165/index.htmlTable https://waterdata.usgs.gov/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/usgs_01359165.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=usgs_01359165&showErrors=false&email= USGS usgs_01359165
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_0135980207 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_0135980207.graph USGS, Hudson River, 0135980207 USGS, HUDSON RIVER AT 0135980207.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nwind_speed\nPrecipitation\nair_pressure (mbar)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nwind_from_direction\nsea_water_ph_reported_on_total_scale (std units)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (uS/cm @25C)\nTurbidity (FNU)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/usgs_0135980207_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/usgs_0135980207_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/usgs_0135980207/index.htmlTable https://waterdata.usgs.gov/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/usgs_0135980207.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=usgs_0135980207&showErrors=false&email= USGS usgs_0135980207
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01372043 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01372043.graph USGS, Hudson River, 01372043 USGS, HUDSON RIVER AT 01372043.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nEstuary_or_ocean_water_surface_elevation_above_NAVD_1988 (m)\nsea_water_temperature (deg C)\nsea_water_salinity\nsea_water_ph_reported_on_total_scale (std units)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (uS/cm @25C)\nEstuary_or_ocean_water_surface_elevation_above_NGVD_1929 (m)\nTurbidity (FNU)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/usgs_01372043_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/usgs_01372043_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/usgs_01372043/index.htmlTable https://waterdata.usgs.gov/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/usgs_01372043.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=usgs_01372043&showErrors=false&email= USGS usgs_01372043
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01374019 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01374019.graph USGS, Hudson River, 01374019 USGS, HUDSON RIVER AT 01374019.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nEstuary_or_ocean_water_surface_elevation_above_NAVD_1988 (m)\nsea_water_temperature (deg C)\nsea_water_salinity\nsea_water_ph_reported_on_total_scale (std units)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (uS/cm @25C)\nTurbidity (FNU)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/usgs_01374019_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/usgs_01374019_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/usgs_01374019/index.htmlTable https://waterdata.usgs.gov/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/usgs_01374019.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=usgs_01374019&showErrors=false&email= USGS usgs_01374019
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01376269 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01376269.graph USGS, Hudson River, 01376269 USGS, HUDSON RIVER AT 01376269.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nwind_speed\nEstuary_or_ocean_water_surface_elevation_above_NAVD_1988 (m)\nPrecipitation\nair_pressure\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nsea_water_salinity\nmass_concentration_of_oxygen_in_sea_water\nwind_from_direction\nsea_water_ph_reported_on_total_scale\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity\nEstuary_or_ocean_water_surface_elevation_above_NGVD_1929 (m)\nTurbidity\nDifference_between_observed_and_predicted_water_surface_elevation (m)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/usgs_01376269_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/usgs_01376269_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/usgs_01376269/index.htmlTable https://waterdata.usgs.gov/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/usgs_01376269.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=usgs_01376269&showErrors=false&email= USGS usgs_01376269
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01376307 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01376307.graph USGS, Hudson River, 01376307 USGS, HUDSON RIVER AT 01376307.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nsea_water_temperature (deg C)\nsea_water_salinity\nsea_water_ph_reported_on_total_scale (std units)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (uS/cm @25C)\nTurbidity (FNU)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/usgs_01376307_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/usgs_01376307_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/usgs_01376307/index.htmlTable https://waterdata.usgs.gov/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/usgs_01376307.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=usgs_01376307&showErrors=false&email= USGS usgs_01376307
https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01376515 https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/tabledap/usgs_01376515.graph USGS, Hudson River, 01376515 USGS, HUDSON RIVER AT 01376515.\n\ncdm_data_type = TimeSeries\nVARIABLES:\ntime (time of observation, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nstation_name (Platform Name)\nlatitude (station latitude, degrees_north)\nlongitude (station longitude, degrees_east)\ndepth (depth of the sensor relative to sea surface, m)\nwind_speed (knots)\nEstuary_or_ocean_water_surface_elevation_above_NAVD_1988 (m)\nPrecipitation (in)\nair_pressure (mbar)\nrelative_humidity (percent)\nsea_water_salinity\nwind_from_direction (Deg)\nsea_water_ph_reported_on_total_scale (std units)\nsea_water_electrical_conductivity (uS/cm @25C)\nTurbidity (FNU)\n https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/usgs_01376515_fgdc.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/usgs_01376515_iso19115.xml https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/info/usgs_01376515/index.htmlTable https://waterdata.usgs.gov/ (external link) http://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/rss/usgs_01376515.rss https://erddap.maracoos.org/erddap/subscriptions/add.html?datasetID=usgs_01376515&showErrors=false&email= USGS usgs_01376515

 
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