GLOSS Station Handbook

GLOSS Station Handbook – Aburatsu

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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 number82
Station nameAburatsu
CountryJapan
Time zone135E, GMT + 9 hrs
Latitude (+ve N)31.35
Longitude (+ve E)131.25
OceanPacific
Observation periods1928-, acoustic since 2006
Responsible countryJapan
Authority responsible for tide gaugeOceanographical Division, Climate and Marine Department, Japan Met. Agency, 3-4, Otemachi- 1, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100, Japan
GLOSS contactJapan
Committed to GLOSSYes
OperationalYes
Location map
Instrumentation
FloatYes
PressureNo
BubblerNo
AcousticYes
RadarNo
Data
Digital dataYes
Aditional parametersAdditional parameters available in real-time
Data acquisition rateContinuous recording
Fast delivery data at UHSLCData 354 File format
High frequency data at BODCData 082 Document 61033 Document 61016
High frequency data at UHSLCData 354a Document 354a File format
Real-time data availableYes
Additional parameters (real-time)None
Benchmarks
Tide gauge benchmarkJapan Met. Agency Benchmark bolt inside tide gauge hut, adjacent to stilling well
Benchmark relationshipsTide Gauge Zero (TGZ) = 1.590m below Tokyo Peil (Mean Sea Level of Tokyo Bay)
TGZ = 6.643m below TGBM (from 1959 onwards)
Auxiliary benchmarksTide station BM 2.873m above Tokyo Peil (1997)
Data at PSMSL
Annual MSL (RLR) dataRLR 814
Annual MSL (RLR) plot
MSL methodMean of hourly values
PSMSL code814
Other relevant codesUHSLC 354
Additional information
Other relevant informationThe TGBM is on top of the stilling well. Another benchmark is near the station which is used to decide the height of the TGBM and monitor the height of the tide station. This second benchmark is levelled in to the nearest first class benchmark which is part of the network operated by the Geographical Survey Institute, Ministry of Construction. Heights of benchmarks are described as above Tokyo Peil (TP).
Nearest Met. stationAburatsu
Last updated20 November 1997