GLOSS Station Handbook

GLOSS Station Handbook – Nome

The GLOSS Station Handbook is currently being re-designed and upgraded.

Until a new version is available, the tide gauge station list below from the last version of the Handbook provides links to further details about each tide gauge in the GLOSS Core Network. Click the GLOSS number buttons to view the information. Click column headings to sort the table.

Station information

General
Gloss number74
Station nameNome
CountryU.S.A.
Time zone135W, GMT - 10hrs
Latitude (+ve N)64.5
Longitude (+ve E)-165.41666
OceanPacific
Observation periods1992-1999, being rebuilt
Responsible countryU.S.A.
Authority responsible for tide gaugeNOAA, National Ocean Service, 1305 East-West Highway, Silver Spring, MD 20910-3281, USA
GLOSS contactUSA
Committed to GLOSSNo
OperationalYes
Location map
Instrumentation
FloatNo
PressureYes
BubblerYes
AcousticNo
RadarNo
Data
Digital dataYes
Aditional parametersBarometric pressure, air/sea temp.,wind speed and direction
Fast delivery data at UHSLCData 595 File format
High frequency data at UHSLCData 595a Document 595a File format
Data held at national organisationYes
Real-time data availableYes
Real-time data transmitted to GLOSS Fast Centre
Additional parameters (real-time)None
Benchmarks
Auxiliary benchmarksBenchmarks include: BM M, BM G, BM H, BM F, BM E, BM D, BM C, BM B - 1993 site visit states 'levels agree with history'.
Data at PSMSL
Annual MSL (RLR) dataRLR 1800
Annual MSL (RLR) plot
PSMSL code1800
Additional information
Other relevant informationInstallation of gauge took place in August 1992 by NOAA, this was a pneumatic bubbler and a Paroscientific pressure system.
Last updated5 December 1993