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Wave buoys Observations - Australian Wave Buoy Operations and Data Management Guidelines Manual

Australian Ocean Data Network
Hansen, Jeff ; Kinsela, Michael
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The citation in a list of references for Version 1.0: “Hansen, J., & Kinsela, M. (2023). Australian Wave Buoy Operations and Data Management Guidelines Manual. Version 1.0. Integrated Marine Observing System. DOI: 10.26198/v2cn-f492 (https:doi.org/10.26198/v2cn-f492).”

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This is a reference and guidance document for existing and prospective wave buoy operators and wave buoy data users in Australia. The document outlines wave buoy instruments most commonly in use and the wave data types and formats typically generated. Guidance is provided for Wave Buoy Deployment (Quality Assurance) and Wave Buoy Data Management (Quality Control) procedures and processes.

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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
University of Western Australia (especially Mike Cuttler, Matt Hatcher, Carlin Bowyer, Ryan Lowe)
Credit
NSW Department of Planning and Environment (particularly Brad Morris, Neil Doszpot, Mike Sutherland, Tim Ingleton)

Created: 06 2023

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Other Information
(ARDC webpage: "Catching Oz Waves")

uri : https://ardc.edu.au/project/catching-oz-waves/

(Australian Wave Buoy Operations and Data Management Guidelines Manual - Version 1.0)

uri : https://content.aodn.org.au/Documents/IMOS/Conventions/Wave_standards/AODN_wave_buoy_operations_and_data_management_guidelines_v1.0.pdf

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