Database of Anomalies in the Caribbean Sea (ocean wave parameters): DACS-WAVE

Date 2022-03-07
Temporal extent 1993-01-01 -2020-12-31
Author(s) D.M. BorgesORCID1, H.L. VaronaORCID2, 3, A.E. CalzadaORCID4, M. AraujoORCID2, 3, 5, C. NoriegaORCID2, 3, 5, R. CasalsORCID4, A. RodriguezORCID4, C.A.D. LentiniORCID6
Affiliation(s) 1 : Ocean and Atmosphere Studies Laboratory (LOA). National Institute for Space Research (INPE). Ave dos Astronautas 1758 São José dos Campos - SP. Brazil
2 : Laboratory of Physical, Coastal and Estuarine Oceanography (LOFEC). Department of Oceanography (DOCEAN). Center for Technology and Geosciences (GTG). Federal University of Pernambuco. Recife-PE. Brazil
3 : Center for Risk Analysis, Reliability Engineering and Environmental Modeling (CEERMA). Federal University of Pernambuco. Recife-PE. Brazil
4 : Marine Meteorology Center (CMM). National Institute of Meteorology (INSMET). La Habana. Cuba
5 : Brazilian Research network on Global Climate Change (Rede CLIMA), São José dos Campos, SP, Brazil
6 : Earth and Environment Physics Department. Federal University of Bahia. Salvador, Bahia, Brasil
DOI 10.17882/86637
Publisher SEANOE
Note We wish to express our thanks to the TRIATLAS project (Tropical and South Atlantic climate-based marine ecosystem predictions for sustainable management), to Tropical Atlantic Interdisciplinary Laboratory on physical, biogeochemical, ecological and human dynamics (IJL TAPIOCA) and the Brazilian Research Network on Global Climate Change (Rede CLIMA).
Keyword(s) Significant wave height, Peak period, Swell, Wind waves, Anomaly, Caribbean Sea
Abstract

This data set is the result of calculating the anomalies of the ocean wave parameters from the WAVERYS product (GLOBAL_MULTIYEAR_WAV_001_032), which makes it easier for researchers to carry out studies related to climate change, cold fronts, hurricanes and other physical processes. In the Caribbean sea. Various existing sources were used, such as model output data, analysis, reanalysis, and satellite observed data, as well as the dataset with combined data sources.

Licence CC-BY-NC-ND
Data
File Size Format Processing Access
Trihourly anomalies of the height and the period of the Swell 5 GB NC, NetCDF Processed data Open access
Trihourly anomalies of the significant height and the peak period of the Waves 4 GB NC, NetCDF Processed data Open access
Trihourly anomalies of the height and period of wind waves 4 GB NC, NetCDF Processed data Open access
Daily anomalies of the height and the period of the Swell 630 MB NC, NetCDF Processed data Open access
Daily anomalies of the significant height and the peak period of the Waves 565 MB NC, NetCDF Processed data Open access
Daily anomalies of the height and period of wind waves 578 MB NC, NetCDF Processed data Open access
Monthly anomalies of the height and the period of the Swell 15 MB NC, NetCDF Processed data Open access
Monthly anomalies of the significant height and the peak period of the Waves 14 MB NC, NetCDF Processed data Open access
Monthly anomalies of the height and period of wind waves 14 MB NC, NetCDF Processed data Open access
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D.M. Borges, H.L. Varona, A.E. Calzada, M. Araujo, C. Noriega, R. Casals, A. Rodriguez, C.A.D. Lentini (2022). Database of Anomalies in the Caribbean Sea (ocean wave parameters): DACS-WAVE. SEANOE. https://doi.org/10.17882/86637