Trinidad Shore Station

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  • Station Description

    The Trinidad shore station is maintained by Humboldt State University. The station has been operational since 2012 and consists of subsurface sensors mounted rigidly to a pier. The sensors provide near-real-time observations of ocean water salinity, temperature, dissolved oxygen, chlorophyll flourescence, turbidity and pH.

    Water depth at this location ranges from approximately 5ft to 15 ft.

    From 2005 to 2011 data is available from a previous station located on the old Trinidad pier. The Trinidad shore station data is collected and provided by Humboldt State University.

  • Sensor Information

    YSI Sonde 6600v2

  • THREDDS

    NetCDF, OPeNDAP

    March 2013 to Present

    THREDDS

  • ERDDAP

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

    May 2011 - Present

    Link to ERDDAP Download

  • CeNCOOS Data Portal

    ASCII (CSV, TSV), XML, KML and more

    May 2011 - Present

    View in portal

    Use the legend on the right to change parameter. Click on the station icon to see a time-series graph and download data.