GLOSS Station Handbook – Nauru, Gilbert Is.
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|Station name||Nauru, Gilbert Is.|
|Time zone||180E, GMT + 12hrs|
|Latitude (+ve N)||-0.53333|
|Longitude (+ve E)||166.9|
|Authority responsible for tide gauge||Dr. M. Merrifield, University of Hawaii, Dept. of Oceanography, 1000 Pope Road MSB 307, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822, U.S.A.|
|Committed to GLOSS||Yes|
|Data acquisition rate||15 minute intervals, filtered to hourly values|
|Fast delivery data at UHSLC||Data 004 File format|
|High frequency data at BODC||Data 114 Document 77230 Document 57219|
|High frequency data at UHSLC||Data 004a Data 004b Document 004a Document 004b File format|
|Real-time data available||Yes|
|Additional parameters (real-time)||None|
|Tide gauge benchmark||UH-1: recessed triangle (steel pin is rusted away), no stamp, located 2ft E of tide well and 1ft from edge of quay (established 01 May 1974)|
|Benchmark relationships||Datum for levelling is zero of the tide staff established in 1988.|
Datum is 3.826m below UH-1 (Oct 1989)
Datum is 3.595m below UH-2B (Oct 1989)
Datum is 6.483m below UH-3B (Oct 1989)
|Auxiliary benchmarks||UH-2B: 0.5 inch hex head SS screw set in epoxy with 'BM2B' written in cement, located near crane warehouse wall below harbour masters office.|
UH-3B: 0.5 inch hex head bolt set in epoxy with 'BM3B' written in cement located on upper curb of Queen's Landing, 50ft S of habour master house.
UH-6A: 3/8 inch brass, located on left side of red door, it is the right hand pin of pair.
(UH-2B, UH-3B established Aug 1983, UH-6A - Oct. 1989)
|Data at PSMSL|
|Annual MSL (RLR) data||RLR 1844 RLR 1374|
|Annual MSL (RLR) plot|
|MSL method||average of daily values|
|Other relevant codes||UHSLC 004|
|Other relevant information||Backup gauges on site:|
1) Leupold and Stevens (October 1985-)
2) Handar encoder (February 1984-)
Daily values calculated using 119-point convolution filter (Bloomfield, 1976) centred on noon applied to the hourly data with respective periods of the 95, 50 and 5% amplitude points at 124.0, 60.2 and 40.2 hours.
|Last updated||5 December 1993|