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Best practices related to mooring set-up. Presented at: Workshop on training for less experienced users of hardware 15th September 2015, Trieste, Italy.
(OGS: Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e Geofisica Sperimentale, Trieste, Italy, 2015)
Approaching an oceanographic mooring Principles of “Best Practices” in all phases of the system (predeployment test, maintenance, calibration etc.) should be followed. They cover the entire infrastructural chain of data ...
An Oceanographers’ and Marine Meteorologists’ Cookbook for Submitting Data and Metadata in Real-time and Delayed Mode.
(Joint Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology (JCOMM), Geneva, Switzerland, 2015)
There are many marine meteorological and oceanographic (met-ocean) observations which are not currently contributing to WMO and IOC Applications. Several reasons may explain the situation, including for example reluctance ...
The WMO Voluntary Observing Ships' Scheme.
(WMO-JCOMM, Geneva, Switzerland, 2010)
The international scheme under which ships plying the various oceans and seas of the world are recruited for taking and transmitting meteorological observations is known as the WMO Voluntary Observing Ships’ Scheme. ...
Extreme value analysis: wave data
(WMO-JCOMM, Geneva, Switzerland, 2011)
Estimates of the m-year return value of significant wave height ─ the value which is exceeded on average once every m years ─ are needed for the safety control and design of ship, offshore, and coastal structures, ...
Manual on Sea-level Measurements and Interpretation, Volume V: Radar Gauges. [includes Supplement Practical Experiences]
(Intergovernmental Oceanographic Comission of UNESCO, Paris, France, 2016)
Volume 5 which is devoted specifically to ‘Radar Tide Gauges’. Radar range finders have been used in industry (where they measure the levels of liquids in tanks) and hydrology (for measuring river, lake and reservoir ...