Dataset: WAMSI Node 6.2 - The Impact of tides and internal waves on offshore engineering - field measurement program - Browse Basin - 200m
The oceanographic mooring instrument was deployed from 25th March 2010 to 16th June, 2010, on a mooring located at inner-shelf break, Browse Basin in 200 m of water.
Temperature, velocity and conductivity were measured.
It involved the deployment of Seabird temperature sensors (SBE39), Seabird conductivity-temperature-pressure sensor (SBE37-CTD), Nortek Acoustic Doppler Velocity meters (ADV) and an acoustic Doppler current profiler (ADCP).
Measurements are between 20 metres and 196 metres below Mean Sea Level.
- School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering (CEME), The University of Western Australia (UWA)
- Create Date: 25/06/2017
- Update Date: 25/06/2017
- Landing Page: https://data.gov.au/dataset/f5571d59-ac6c-414a-94d3-bd0e4fd4cb9f
- Internal Waves
- Ocean Temperature
- Ocean Waves
- Tidal Currents
- Water Quality
- Water Temperature