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IMOS - ANMN National Reference Stations - Darwin and Yongala - Near real-time meteorology and oceanographical data

Integrated Marine Observing System
Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS)
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This collection includes observations transmitted in near real-time from the National Reference Station moorings near Darwin, in the Northern Territory (NRSDAR), and near the Yongala Wreck, in the central Great Barrier Reef (NRSYON). The observations include meteorological parameters, radiation at the surface, waves, currents, and physical and biogeochemical properties of sea water. The National Reference Station network is designed to provide baseline information, at timescales relevant to human response, that is required to understand how large-scale, long-term change and variability in the global ocean are affecting the ecosystems of Australia's coastal seas. The stations are operated by the Australian National Moorings Network (ANMN), a facility of the Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS).

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NATIONAL REFERENCE STATIONS The IMOS national reference stations will extend the number of long term time series observations in Australian coastal waters in terms of variables recorded both in their temporal distribution and geographical extent. It will also provide for biological, physical and chemical sampling and for 'ground truth' of remotely sensed observations. Currently there are only 3 long term reference stations and these would be extended to 9 distributed around the continent. At each coastal reference station a mooring will be deployed with sensors for conductivity, temperature, depth, fluorescence, dissolved oxygen, photo-synthetically available radiation (PAR), fluorescence and measurement of turbidity at three depths - the surface, seabed and an intermediate depth. At the seafloor Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCP) will be deployed. All reference stations will telemeter a reduced data set via Iridium satellite for real-time monitoring. Physical sampling will be undertaken at each of the reference stations on a monthly basis. The physical samples will be analysed for nutrients, plankton species, both visibly and genetically, and pCO2. Biological sampling will greatly improve Australia's capability to meet its obligations for ecosystem based management and allow many researchers the opportunity to investigate possible long term changes in ecology that are likely to be linked to climate variability and wide scale validation of remotely sensed (satellite) observations of plant biomass.

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Credit
Australia’s Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) is enabled by the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS). It is operated by a consortium of institutions as an unincorporated joint venture, with the University of Tasmania as Lead Agent.
Credit
Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS)
Credit
Northern Territory Government
Credit
Darwin Port Corporation
Credit
Queensland State Government

Created: 14 01 2014

130,-13 130,-12 131,-12 131,-13

130.5,-12.5

147,-20 147,-19 148,-19 148,-20

147.5,-19.5

Subjects
ATMOSPHERE | Barometric pressure | Buoys | Moored Buoys | Chlorophyll | CTD (Conductivity-Temperature-Depth Profilers) | Coastal Cities / Towns (Australia) | Darwin, NT | Concentration of inferred chlorophyll from relative fluorescence per unit volume of the water body | Conductivity-Temperature sensors | Countries | Australia | Downwelling vector irradiance as photons (PAR wavelengths) in the water body | EARTH SCIENCE | Fluorometers | Global / Oceans | Pacific Ocean | IMOS Platform | NRSDAR | Darwin National Reference Station Mooring | IMOS Platform | NRSYON | Yongala National Reference Station Mooring | LIQUID PRECIPITATION | Marine Features (Australia) | Great Barrier Reef, QLD | National Reference Stations Sub-Facility, Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS) | OCEAN CHEMISTRY | OCEAN OPTICS | OCEAN TEMPERATURE | OCEANS | Photosynthetically Active Radiation | PRECIPITATION | Practical salinity of the water body | Precipitation rate (liquid water equivalent) in the atmosphere | Pressure (measured variable) exerted by the atmosphere | Rain | Regional Seas | Coral Sea | Regional Seas | Tasman Sea | Salinity | SALINITY/DENSITY | States, Territories (Australia) | Northern Territory | States, Territories (Australia) | Queensland | Turbidity | Temperature of the atmosphere | Temperature of the water body | Thickness of precipitation amount (liquid water equivalent) in the atmosphere | Turbidity of the water body | Water Temperature | Wind direction | Wind from direction in the atmosphere | Wind speed | Wind speed in the atmosphere | Wind speed of gust in the atmosphere | climatologyMeteorologyAtmosphere | meteorological packages | mooring | oceans | optical backscatter sensors | salinity sensor | water temperature sensor |

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Other Information
(National Reference Stations page on IMOS website)

uri : http://imos.org.au/nrs.html

(Queensland and Northern Australia sub-facility of the ANMN: National Reference Station - moorings deployment details)

uri : http://www.aims.gov.au/imosmoorings/

(NetCDF files via THREDDS catalog)

uri : http://thredds.aodn.org.au/thredds/catalog/IMOS/ANMN/NRS/REAL_TIME/catalog.html

(View and download data though the AODN Portal)

uri : https://portal.aodn.org.au/search

URI : https://portal.aodn.org.au/search?uuid=006bb7dc-860b-4b89-bf4c-6bd930bd35b7

NRS Moorings (Darwin and Yongala) - Meteorology and oceanography (imos:anmn_nrs_dar_yon_timeseries_map)

uri : http://geoserver-123.aodn.org.au/geoserver/wms

This OGC WFS service returns filtered geographic information. The returned data is available in multiple formats including CSV. (anmn_nrs_dar_yon_timeseries_data)

uri : http://geoserver-123.aodn.org.au/geoserver/ows

(OGC WFS help documentation)

uri : https://help.aodn.org.au/web-services/ogc-wfs/

Identifiers
  • global : 006bb7dc-860b-4b89-bf4c-6bd930bd35b7