Morro Bay

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Station Description

The Morro Bay shore station is maintained by Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. The station has been operational since 2007 and consists of four sensors. This station is fixed to the North T-pier approximately one meter below the surface and located near the mouth of Morro Bay. These sensors provide near-real time observations of ocean water conductivity, salinity, temperature, depth, dissolved oxygen, chlorophyll fluorescence, turbidity and nitrate

Sensor Information

The Cal Poly shore station in Morro bay consists of the following four sensors measuring eight ocean parameters:

1) Sea-Bird 37 SIP CTD: conductivity, temperature, depth

2) Aanderaa Oxygen Optode 3835: dissolved oxygen

3) Wet Labs FLNTUS: chlorophyll fluorescence and turbidity

4) Satlantic ISUSX: nitrate

  • Data Provider Site

    September 2010 to Present

    Cal Poly Slosea Site

  • CeNCOOS Data Portal

    ASCII (CSV, TSV), XML, KML, HTML

    Dec 2008 to Dec 2012

    Go to Data Portal

  • THREDDS

    NetCDF, OPeNDAP

    May 2015 to Present

    THREDDS

  • ERDDAP

    ASCII(.csv, tsv), dods, opendap, esriCsv, kml, pdf, html, json, xml, matlab, netCDF, png

    May 2015 to Present

    ERDDAP