Quality control procedure for IMOS real-time meteorological and sea surface observations, and air-sea fluxes from research vessel and mooring platforms.
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This document outlines the automated Quality Control system implemented at the Bureau of Meteorology as part of the Integrated Marine Observing System, to process the real-time marine meteorological and surface ocean observations and air-sea fluxes obtained from ships and moorings......
PublisherBureau of Meteorology
Series;NrBureau Research Report;BRR-059
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)Sea Surface Temperature
Ocean surface heat flux
Ocean surface stress
Spatial CoverageSouthern Ocean
SW Pacific Ocean
SE Indian Ocean
CitationSchulz, E., Sisson, J. and Beggs, H. (2021) Quality control procedure for IMOS real-time meteorological and sea surface observations, and air-sea fluxes from research vessel and mooring platforms. Docklands, Australia, Bureau of Meteorology, 14pp. (Bureau Research Report - BRR-059). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1766