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The tidal gauge of Algeciras was located at the harbour and it measured sea level from 1943 to 2002. A new tide gauge (PSMSL ID 2117) replaced this stations with records from 2006 onwards.
The tide gauge of Tarifa is located in the harbour and it measures the sea level from 1943 onwards.
The tide gauge of Vigo is currently located at the fisheries harbour and measures the sea level from 1943 onwards.
This oceano-meteorological buoy was deployed on September 27, 2007, at the position 43º50'N 3º47'W, located 22 miles North of Cabo Mayor in Santander. Water depth at the buoy is 2850 meters. Parameters: - Sea water temperature at 3 m depth - Sea water slinity at 3 m depth - Air temperature - Relative humidity - Atmospheric pressure - Wind speed and direction - Waves (significant wave height, height, period and direction) - Currents at 9 m depth - Chlorophyll-a - Oxygen
Salinity monthly climatology for the Iberian Peninsula region, Balearic Islands and Canary Islands, at 0.2º of horizontal spatial resolution and 33 vertical levels.
The tide gauge of Puerto de la Luz (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) is located at the reina Sofía dock and it records sea level data from 1949 onwards.
The tide gauge of Arrecife (Lanzarote) is located in the eastern part of the harbour and it measures the sea level from 1949 onwards.
The tide gauge of Santa Cruz de La Palma is located in the harbour and it measured the sea level from 1997 to 2018. This station replaced the previous one (PSMSL ID 585)
Surface temperature and salinity recorded by the thermosalinograph on-board the B/O Naváz in the Rías Baixas and its adjacent continental shelf.
Operational configuration of ROMS (Regional Ocean Modeling System) off NorthWest Iberia. In this configuration, two grids are nested during online execution. Data from the coarser (4 km horizontal resolution) 236 x 181 grid force the lateral open boundaries of the finer (~1.3 km) 312 x 167 embedded grid. Outputs at hourly and daily temporal resolution.