We are currently developing the quality control and tidal constituents to incorporate this station into our Tidewatch system.
If you have questions or suggestions on this project, please contact me, David Forrest firstname.lastname@example.org
VIMS TDS server for interoperable TIPI data access: tds.vims.edu -- TIPI.nc
Note that the red line (m30) is a weighted running mean of the last 30 days of observations, indicating a recent baseline to compare against. The other tidal datums described below and the tidal model have not been established for this station, due to the short history of observations.
Legend Definitions & Datum
Sensor Observation (dashed = forecast)
The solid red line shows the observed water level (unverified data from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). The dashed red line shows our water-level forecast for the next 36 hours.
Predicted Astronomic (m30) Tide
The blue line shows our prediction of the astronomic tide. This incorporates two factors:
Residual (dashed = forecast)
The green line is the residual difference between the predicted astronomic tide and the observed water level. Values are positive when observed values exceed predicted values, and negative when observed values fall below predicted values. The solid green line shows the observed residual; the dashed green line shows our forecast for the residual over the next 36 hours.
Observed and predicted water-level values are displayed in feet and referenced to the elevation benchmark North American Vertical Datum of 1988 (NAVD88). This is the datum in which house and road elevations are typically given.
For a more detailed discussion, visit the Tidewatch Background page.
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