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NORTHWEST_ANALYSIS_FORECAST_PHYS_004_001_bAtlantic - Eropean Noth West Shelf - Ocean Physics Analysis and Forecastsea water potential temperature, sea water salinity, northward sea water velocity, eastward sea water velocity, ocean mixed layer thickness defined by density, sea water potential temperature at sea floor, sea water velocityhttp://data.ncof.co.uk/thredds/wms/METOFFICE-NWS-AF-PHYS-DAILY
'''Short description:''' The Forecasting Ocean Assimilation Model 7km Atlantic Margin model (FOAM AMM7) is a coupled hydrodynamic-ecosystem model, nested in a series of one-way nests to the Met Office global ocean model. The hydrodynamics are supplied by the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) with the 3DVar NEMOVAR system used for the assimilation of sea surface temperature data. This is coupled to the European Regional Seas Ecosystem Model (ERSEM), developed at Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML). '''Detailed description:''' The model is located on the European North-West continental Shelf (NWS), from 40°N, 20°W to 65°N, 13°E, on a regular lat-lon grid with 1/15° latitudinal resolution and 1/9° longitudinal resolution (approximately 7km square). The domain extends beyond the shelf to include some of the adjacent North-East Atlantic, but the focus of this system is on the shelf itself and the deep water is primarily included to ensure there is appropriate cross-shel
NORTHWEST_ANALYSIS_FORECAST_PHYS_004_001_bAtlantic - Eropean Noth West Shelf - Ocean Physics Analysis and Forecastsea water salinity, sea water potential temperature, northward sea water velocity, eastward sea water velocity, sea surface height above geoid, sea water velocityhttp://data.ncof.co.uk/thredds/wms/METOFFICE-NWS-AF-PHYS-HOURLY
'''Short description:''' The Forecasting Ocean Assimilation Model 7km Atlantic Margin model (FOAM AMM7) is a coupled hydrodynamic-ecosystem model, nested in a series of one-way nests to the Met Office global ocean model. The hydrodynamics are supplied by the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) with the 3DVar NEMOVAR system used for the assimilation of sea surface temperature data. This is coupled to the European Regional Seas Ecosystem Model (ERSEM), developed at Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML). '''Detailed description:''' The model is located on the European North-West continental Shelf (NWS), from 40°N, 20°W to 65°N, 13°E, on a regular lat-lon grid with 1/15° latitudinal resolution and 1/9° longitudinal resolution (approximately 7km square). The domain extends beyond the shelf to include some of the adjacent North-East Atlantic, but the focus of this system is on the shelf itself and the deep water is primarily included to ensure there is appropriate cross-shel
NORTHWEST_ANALYSIS_FORECAST_PHYS_004_001_bAtlantic - Eropean Noth West Shelf - Ocean Physics Analysis and Forecastnicht in Verwendung[http://data.ncof.co.uk/thredds/wms/METOFFICE-NWS-AF-PHYS-HIRES]
'''Short description:''' The Forecasting Ocean Assimilation Model 7km Atlantic Margin model (FOAM AMM7) is a coupled hydrodynamic-ecosystem model, nested in a series of one-way nests to the Met Office global ocean model. The hydrodynamics are supplied by the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) with the 3DVar NEMOVAR system used for the assimilation of sea surface temperature data. This is coupled to the European Regional Seas Ecosystem Model (ERSEM), developed at Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML). '''Detailed description:''' The model is located on the European North-West continental Shelf (NWS), from 40°N, 20°W to 65°N, 13°E, on a regular lat-lon grid with 1/15° latitudinal resolution and 1/9° longitudinal resolution (approximately 7km square). The domain extends beyond the shelf to include some of the adjacent North-East Atlantic, but the focus of this system is on the shelf itself and the deep water is primarily included to ensure there is appropriate cross-shel
NORTHWESTSHELF_REANALYSIS_PHYS_004_009Atlantic- European North West Shelf- Ocean Physics Reanalysis from METOFFICE (1985-2014)sea water potential temperature at sea floorhttp://data.ncof.co.uk/thredds/wms/METOFFICE-NWS-REAN-PHYS-BED-DAILY
'''Short description:''' The reanalysis covers the period January 1985 until July 2014 and is based upon the Forecasting Ocean Assimilation Model 7km Atlantic Margin Model (FOAM AMM7).This is a hydrodynamic model of the North West European shelf forced at the surface by ERA-interim winds, atmospheric temperature, and precipitation fluxes. Horizontal boundary conditions were provided by the NOC global reanalysis prior to 1989 and by the GloSea reanalysis thereafter. Boundary conditions in the Baltic sea came from the IOM-GETM model nad CMEMS-BALTICSEA-ANALYSIS_FORECAST_PHYS_003_006. E-Hype data were used for river inputs. Hydrodynamic calculations were performed by the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) system, while the 3DVar NEMOVAR system was used for the assimilation of sea surface temperature data. Physical outputs are provided both as monthly means and as daily 25 hour, detided, averages. The reanalysis was conducted in four sections: January 1984 -> March 1989;
NORTHWESTSHELF_REANALYSIS_PHYS_004_009Atlantic- European North West Shelf- Ocean Physics Reanalysis from METOFFICE (1985-2014)sea water salinityhttp://data.ncof.co.uk/thredds/wms/METOFFICE-NWS-REAN-PHYS-DAILY-SAL
'''Short description:''' The reanalysis covers the period January 1985 until July 2014 and is based upon the Forecasting Ocean Assimilation Model 7km Atlantic Margin Model (FOAM AMM7).This is a hydrodynamic model of the North West European shelf forced at the surface by ERA-interim winds, atmospheric temperature, and precipitation fluxes. Horizontal boundary conditions were provided by the NOC global reanalysis prior to 1989 and by the GloSea reanalysis thereafter. Boundary conditions in the Baltic sea came from the IOM-GETM model nad CMEMS-BALTICSEA-ANALYSIS_FORECAST_PHYS_003_006. E-Hype data were used for river inputs. Hydrodynamic calculations were performed by the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) system, while the 3DVar NEMOVAR system was used for the assimilation of sea surface temperature data. Physical outputs are provided both as monthly means and as daily 25 hour, detided, averages. The reanalysis was conducted in four sections: January 1984 -> March 1989;
NORTHWESTSHELF_REANALYSIS_PHYS_004_009Atlantic- European North West Shelf- Ocean Physics Reanalysis from METOFFICE (1985-2014) sea water potential temperaturehttp://data.ncof.co.uk/thredds/wms/METOFFICE-NWS-REAN-PHYS-DAILY-TEM
'''Short description:''' The reanalysis covers the period January 1985 until July 2014 and is based upon the Forecasting Ocean Assimilation Model 7km Atlantic Margin Model (FOAM AMM7).This is a hydrodynamic model of the North West European shelf forced at the surface by ERA-interim winds, atmospheric temperature, and precipitation fluxes. Horizontal boundary conditions were provided by the NOC global reanalysis prior to 1989 and by the GloSea reanalysis thereafter. Boundary conditions in the Baltic sea came from the IOM-GETM model nad CMEMS-BALTICSEA-ANALYSIS_FORECAST_PHYS_003_006. E-Hype data were used for river inputs. Hydrodynamic calculations were performed by the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) system, while the 3DVar NEMOVAR system was used for the assimilation of sea surface temperature data. Physical outputs are provided both as monthly means and as daily 25 hour, detided, averages. The reanalysis was conducted in four sections: January 1984 -> March 1989;
NORTHWESTSHELF_REANALYSIS_PHYS_004_009Atlantic- European North West Shelf- Ocean Physics Reanalysis from METOFFICE (1985-2014)ocean mixed layer thickness defined by densityhttp://data.ncof.co.uk/thredds/wms/METOFFICE-NWS-REAN-PHYS-DAILY-MLD
'''Short description:''' The reanalysis covers the period January 1985 until July 2014 and is based upon the Forecasting Ocean Assimilation Model 7km Atlantic Margin Model (FOAM AMM7).This is a hydrodynamic model of the North West European shelf forced at the surface by ERA-interim winds, atmospheric temperature, and precipitation fluxes. Horizontal boundary conditions were provided by the NOC global reanalysis prior to 1989 and by the GloSea reanalysis thereafter. Boundary conditions in the Baltic sea came from the IOM-GETM model nad CMEMS-BALTICSEA-ANALYSIS_FORECAST_PHYS_003_006. E-Hype data were used for river inputs. Hydrodynamic calculations were performed by the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) system, while the 3DVar NEMOVAR system was used for the assimilation of sea surface temperature data. Physical outputs are provided both as monthly means and as daily 25 hour, detided, averages. The reanalysis was conducted in four sections: January 1984 -> March 1989;
NORTHWESTSHELF_REANALYSIS_PHYS_004_009Atlantic- European North West Shelf- Ocean Physics Reanalysis from METOFFICE (1985-2014)northward sea water velocity, eastward sea water velocity, sea water velocityhttp://data.ncof.co.uk/thredds/wms/METOFFICE-NWS-REAN-PHYS-DAILY-CUR
'''Short description:''' The reanalysis covers the period January 1985 until July 2014 and is based upon the Forecasting Ocean Assimilation Model 7km Atlantic Margin Model (FOAM AMM7).This is a hydrodynamic model of the North West European shelf forced at the surface by ERA-interim winds, atmospheric temperature, and precipitation fluxes. Horizontal boundary conditions were provided by the NOC global reanalysis prior to 1989 and by the GloSea reanalysis thereafter. Boundary conditions in the Baltic sea came from the IOM-GETM model nad CMEMS-BALTICSEA-ANALYSIS_FORECAST_PHYS_003_006. E-Hype data were used for river inputs. Hydrodynamic calculations were performed by the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) system, while the 3DVar NEMOVAR system was used for the assimilation of sea surface temperature data. Physical outputs are provided both as monthly means and as daily 25 hour, detided, averages. The reanalysis was conducted in four sections: January 1984 -> March 1989;
NORTHWESTSHELF_REANALYSIS_PHYS_004_009Atlantic- European North West Shelf- Ocean Physics Reanalysis from METOFFICE (1985-2014)sea water potential temperature at sea bedhttp://data.ncof.co.uk/thredds/wms/METOFFICE-NWS-REAN-PHYS-BED-MONTHLY
'''Short description:''' The reanalysis covers the period January 1985 until July 2014 and is based upon the Forecasting Ocean Assimilation Model 7km Atlantic Margin Model (FOAM AMM7).This is a hydrodynamic model of the North West European shelf forced at the surface by ERA-interim winds, atmospheric temperature, and precipitation fluxes. Horizontal boundary conditions were provided by the NOC global reanalysis prior to 1989 and by the GloSea reanalysis thereafter. Boundary conditions in the Baltic sea came from the IOM-GETM model nad CMEMS-BALTICSEA-ANALYSIS_FORECAST_PHYS_003_006. E-Hype data were used for river inputs. Hydrodynamic calculations were performed by the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) system, while the 3DVar NEMOVAR system was used for the assimilation of sea surface temperature data. Physical outputs are provided both as monthly means and as daily 25 hour, detided, averages. The reanalysis was conducted in four sections: January 1984 -> March 1989;
NORTHWESTSHELF_REANALYSIS_PHYS_004_009Atlantic- European North West Shelf- Ocean Physics Reanalysis from METOFFICE (1985-2014)sea water salinityhttp://data.ncof.co.uk/thredds/wms/METOFFICE-NWS-REAN-PHYS-MONTHLY-SAL
'''Short description:''' The reanalysis covers the period January 1985 until July 2014 and is based upon the Forecasting Ocean Assimilation Model 7km Atlantic Margin Model (FOAM AMM7).This is a hydrodynamic model of the North West European shelf forced at the surface by ERA-interim winds, atmospheric temperature, and precipitation fluxes. Horizontal boundary conditions were provided by the NOC global reanalysis prior to 1989 and by the GloSea reanalysis thereafter. Boundary conditions in the Baltic sea came from the IOM-GETM model nad CMEMS-BALTICSEA-ANALYSIS_FORECAST_PHYS_003_006. E-Hype data were used for river inputs. Hydrodynamic calculations were performed by the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) system, while the 3DVar NEMOVAR system was used for the assimilation of sea surface temperature data. Physical outputs are provided both as monthly means and as daily 25 hour, detided, averages. The reanalysis was conducted in four sections: January 1984 -> March 1989;
NORTHWESTSHELF_REANALYSIS_PHYS_004_009Atlantic- European North West Shelf- Ocean Physics Reanalysis from METOFFICE (1985-2014)sea water potential temperaturehttp://data.ncof.co.uk/thredds/wms/METOFFICE-NWS-REAN-PHYS-MONTHLY-TEM
'''Short description:''' The reanalysis covers the period January 1985 until July 2014 and is based upon the Forecasting Ocean Assimilation Model 7km Atlantic Margin Model (FOAM AMM7).This is a hydrodynamic model of the North West European shelf forced at the surface by ERA-interim winds, atmospheric temperature, and precipitation fluxes. Horizontal boundary conditions were provided by the NOC global reanalysis prior to 1989 and by the GloSea reanalysis thereafter. Boundary conditions in the Baltic sea came from the IOM-GETM model nad CMEMS-BALTICSEA-ANALYSIS_FORECAST_PHYS_003_006. E-Hype data were used for river inputs. Hydrodynamic calculations were performed by the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) system, while the 3DVar NEMOVAR system was used for the assimilation of sea surface temperature data. Physical outputs are provided both as monthly means and as daily 25 hour, detided, averages. The reanalysis was conducted in four sections: January 1984 -> March 1989;
NORTHWESTSHELF_REANALYSIS_PHYS_004_009Atlantic- European North West Shelf- Ocean Physics Reanalysis from METOFFICE (1985-2014)ocean mixed layer thickness defined by densityhttp://data.ncof.co.uk/thredds/wms/METOFFICE-NWS-REAN-PHYS-MONTHLY-MLD
'''Short description:''' The reanalysis covers the period January 1985 until July 2014 and is based upon the Forecasting Ocean Assimilation Model 7km Atlantic Margin Model (FOAM AMM7).This is a hydrodynamic model of the North West European shelf forced at the surface by ERA-interim winds, atmospheric temperature, and precipitation fluxes. Horizontal boundary conditions were provided by the NOC global reanalysis prior to 1989 and by the GloSea reanalysis thereafter. Boundary conditions in the Baltic sea came from the IOM-GETM model nad CMEMS-BALTICSEA-ANALYSIS_FORECAST_PHYS_003_006. E-Hype data were used for river inputs. Hydrodynamic calculations were performed by the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) system, while the 3DVar NEMOVAR system was used for the assimilation of sea surface temperature data. Physical outputs are provided both as monthly means and as daily 25 hour, detided, averages. The reanalysis was conducted in four sections: January 1984 -> March 1989;
NORTHWESTSHELF_REANALYSIS_PHYS_004_009Atlantic- European North West Shelf- Ocean Physics Reanalysis from METOFFICE (1985-2014)northward sea water velocity, eastward sea water velocity, sea water velocityhttp://data.ncof.co.uk/thredds/wms/METOFFICE-NWS-REAN-PHYS-MONTHLY-CUR
'''Short description:''' The reanalysis covers the period January 1985 until July 2014 and is based upon the Forecasting Ocean Assimilation Model 7km Atlantic Margin Model (FOAM AMM7).This is a hydrodynamic model of the North West European shelf forced at the surface by ERA-interim winds, atmospheric temperature, and precipitation fluxes. Horizontal boundary conditions were provided by the NOC global reanalysis prior to 1989 and by the GloSea reanalysis thereafter. Boundary conditions in the Baltic sea came from the IOM-GETM model nad CMEMS-BALTICSEA-ANALYSIS_FORECAST_PHYS_003_006. E-Hype data were used for river inputs. Hydrodynamic calculations were performed by the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) system, while the 3DVar NEMOVAR system was used for the assimilation of sea surface temperature data. Physical outputs are provided both as monthly means and as daily 25 hour, detided, averages. The reanalysis was conducted in four sections: January 1984 -> March 1989;
SST_BAL_SST_L4_REP_OBSERVATIONS_010_016Baltic Sea- Sea Surface Temperature Reprocessed (1982-2009)sea surface foundation temperature, sea surface temperature errorhttp://cmems.isac.cnr.it/thredds/wms/DMI-BAL-SST_REANALYSIS_1982-2008-OBS_FULL_TIME_SERIE
'''Short description:''' For the Baltic Sea- The DMI Sea Surface Temperature reprocessed analysis aims at providing daily gap-free maps of sea surface temperature, referred as L4 product, at 0.03deg. x 0.03deg. horizontal resolution, using satellite data from infra-red radiometers. '''Detailed description:''' *detailed vertical resolution: **number of vertical levels: 1 **list of the available vertical levels: 1 *detailed temporal resolution: **temporal window of each update: 24h **update frequency: 24h **operational (still running) or historical: historical '''Other information:Description of observation methods/instruments:''' Uses SST satellite products from these sensors: NOAA AVHRRs 7, 9, 11, 14, 16, 17, 18 , Envisat ATSR1, ATSR2 and AATSR '''Quality / Accuracy / Calibration information:''' Analysis error is provided as part of the product. '''Suitability, Expected type of users / uses:''' Numerical Weather and Ocean Models with need for high resolution input data
BALTICSEA_REANALYSIS_PHYS_003_008Baltic Sea Physics Reanalysis from SMHI (1989-2014)sea surface height above sea level, sea water temperature, sea water salinity, eastward sea water velocity, northward sea water velocity, sea water velocityhttp://cmems.smhi.se/thredds/wms/Reanalysis_003_008_surface/dataset-reanalysis-hiromb-V2-surface
'''Short description:''' A reanalysis products for the physical condition in the Baltic Sea are provided. This reanalysis BALTICSEA_REANALYSIS_PHYS_003_008 for the Baltic Sea was produced in 2014 at SMHI with the circulation model HIROMB (High-Resolution Operational Model for the Baltic). The data assimilation scheme used was a 3D Ensemble Variational data assimilation scheme. The product has been updated in 2015 to include the year 2014. The product provides data on a 3 nautical miles grid (5.5 km) for the physical conditions in the Baltic Sea for the period 1989 – 2014. The product provides four different dataset: * Surface fields with hourly instantaneous data for sea level and sea ice concentration and thichness. * 3D fields for every 6 hour for temperature, salinity and horizontal velocities. * Daily means of all variables. * Monthly means of all variables. '''Detailed description:''' This reanalysis BALTICSEA_REANALYSIS_PHYS_003_008 is produced at SMHI with the circulat
BALTICSEA_REANALYSIS_PHYS_003_008Baltic Sea Physics Reanalysis from SMHI (1989-2014)sea surface height above sea level, sea bottom temperature, sea water temperature, sea water salinity, eastward sea water velocity, northward sea water velocity, sea water velocityhttp://cmems.smhi.se/thredds/wms/Reanalysis_003_008/dataset-reanalysis-hiromb-V2-dailymeans
'''Short description:''' A reanalysis products for the physical condition in the Baltic Sea are provided. This reanalysis BALTICSEA_REANALYSIS_PHYS_003_008 for the Baltic Sea was produced in 2014 at SMHI with the circulation model HIROMB (High-Resolution Operational Model for the Baltic). The data assimilation scheme used was a 3D Ensemble Variational data assimilation scheme. The product has been updated in 2015 to include the year 2014. The product provides data on a 3 nautical miles grid (5.5 km) for the physical conditions in the Baltic Sea for the period 1989 – 2014. The product provides four different dataset: * Surface fields with hourly instantaneous data for sea level and sea ice concentration and thichness. * 3D fields for every 6 hour for temperature, salinity and horizontal velocities. * Daily means of all variables. * Monthly means of all variables. '''Detailed description:''' This reanalysis BALTICSEA_REANALYSIS_PHYS_003_008 is produced at SMHI with the circulat
BALTICSEA_REANALYSIS_PHYS_003_008Baltic Sea Physics Reanalysis from SMHI (1989-2014)sea surface height above sea level, sea bottom temperature, sea water temperature, sea water salinity, eastward sea water velocity, northward sea water velocity, sea water velocityhttp://cmems.smhi.se/thredds/wms/Reanalysis_003_008/dataset-reanalysis-hiromb-V2-monthlymeans
'''Short description:''' A reanalysis products for the physical condition in the Baltic Sea are provided. This reanalysis BALTICSEA_REANALYSIS_PHYS_003_008 for the Baltic Sea was produced in 2014 at SMHI with the circulation model HIROMB (High-Resolution Operational Model for the Baltic). The data assimilation scheme used was a 3D Ensemble Variational data assimilation scheme. The product has been updated in 2015 to include the year 2014. The product provides data on a 3 nautical miles grid (5.5 km) for the physical conditions in the Baltic Sea for the period 1989 – 2014. The product provides four different dataset: * Surface fields with hourly instantaneous data for sea level and sea ice concentration and thichness. * 3D fields for every 6 hour for temperature, salinity and horizontal velocities. * Daily means of all variables. * Monthly means of all variables. '''Detailed description:''' This reanalysis BALTICSEA_REANALYSIS_PHYS_003_008 is produced at SMHI with the circulat
BALTICSEA_REANALYSIS_PHYS_003_008Baltic Sea Physics Reanalysis from SMHI (1989-2014)sea surface height above sea level, sea bottom temperature, sea water temperature, sea water salinity, eastward sea water velocity, northward sea water velocity, sea water velocityhttp://cmems.smhi.se/thredds/wms/Reanalysis_003_008_3D/dataset-reanalysis-hiromb-V2-3D
'''Short description:''' A reanalysis products for the physical condition in the Baltic Sea are provided. This reanalysis BALTICSEA_REANALYSIS_PHYS_003_008 for the Baltic Sea was produced in 2014 at SMHI with the circulation model HIROMB (High-Resolution Operational Model for the Baltic). The data assimilation scheme used was a 3D Ensemble Variational data assimilation scheme. The product has been updated in 2015 to include the year 2014. The product provides data on a 3 nautical miles grid (5.5 km) for the physical conditions in the Baltic Sea for the period 1989 – 2014. The product provides four different dataset: * Surface fields with hourly instantaneous data for sea level and sea ice concentration and thichness. * 3D fields for every 6 hour for temperature, salinity and horizontal velocities. * Daily means of all variables. * Monthly means of all variables. '''Detailed description:''' This reanalysis BALTICSEA_REANALYSIS_PHYS_003_008 is produced at SMHI with the circulat

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