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  • Corner Brook Tide Station

    This Station consists of a TideMaster portable water level recorder with VRS-20 radar level sensor and a meteorological sensor to measure wind speed and direction. The...
  • St. John's Tide Station

    Installation of the St. John's Tide Station was undertaken in early 2014 with the site becoming operational on May 22, 2014. The Station is located at Pier 18 on the St. John's...
  • Halifax Ocean Terminals: Pier 31

    Deployed in June 2014, the Meteorological Station is located at Pier 31 of the Halifax Ocean Terminals. The station consists of an RM Young Model 85004 anemometer, mounted on a...
  • Holyrood Buoy 2

    A modified 1.7 m. meteorological/oceanographic buoy supplied by Axys Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia is located of the mouth of Holyrood Bay in approximately 50 metres...
  • Saint John Buoy

    A 3 metre diameter meteorological / oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia. The buoy is located in the Bay of Fundy at the...
  • Channel-Port Aux Basques Tide Station

    The Station consists of a TideMaster portable water level recorder with VRS-20 radar level sensor and a meteorological sensor to measure wind speed and direction. The instrument...
  • Placentia Bay: North Harbour - NHARB

    NHARB (47.84626 N , 54.09684 W) is a water temperature and pressure gauge located in North Harbour, Placentia Bay. The station is equipped with an HydroMet OTT Pressure Level...
  • St. John's Buoy

    A 3 metre diameter meteorological/oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia. The buoy is located in St. John's Bay just north of...
  • Bay of Exploits Buoy

    A 1.7 m. meteorological / oceanographic buoy supplied by Axys Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia is located at the approach to Lewisporte in approximately 86 metres of...
  • Fortune Bay Buoy

    A 3 metre diameter meteorological/oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia. The buoy is located in just North West of Garnish,...
  • Manolis Buoy

    A 3 metre diameter meteorological/oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia.The buoy is capable of measuring a variety of...
  • Placentia Bay: Ragged Islands - KLUMI

    KLUMI (47.59359 N , 54.27349 W) is a 10 m mast weather station equipped with a Gill ultrasonic wind sensor (WindSonic, option 4). The data are collected via a SUTRON Satlink2-V2...
  • NEGL, Black Tickle-Domino, NunatuKavut (NLQU0003)

    NEGL - Black Tickle-Domino, NunatuKavut (NLQU0003). Tri-leg tower masts are 25 feet tall (7.62 m) and stations are all located at mid-slopes in cleared terrain. Sites at...
  • Channel-Port Aux Basques Buoy

    A 3 metre diameter meteorological/oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia. The buoy is located at the approaches to Port Aux...
  • Lewisporte Tide Station

    This Station consists of a TideMaster portable water level recorder with VRS-20 radar level sensor and a meteorological sensor to measure wind speed and direction. The...
  • Halifax (Herring Cove) Buoy

    A 3 metre diameter meteorological / oceanographic buoy built by AXYS Environmental Technologies of Sidney, British Columbia. The buoy is located in Herring Cove at the...
  • XEOS HK4 Buoy Wave Sensor

    The Brizo is a GNSS-based, directional wave height sensor. Developed by Xeos Technologies, it is a breakthrough product on the market that provides significant wave height,...
  • Halifax Ocean Terminals: Fairview

    Deployed in November 2015, the Meteorological Station is located at the Fairview Cove Container Terminal on Bedford Basin. The station consists of an RM Young Model 85004...
  • Fortune Bay: Pool's Cove - POOLC

    POOLC (47.679933 N, 55.43001667 W): is a water temperature and pressure gauge located in Pool's Cove, Fortune Bay. The station is equipped with an HydroMet OTT Pressure Level...
  • Diamond Jubilee Cruise Ship Terminal Meteorological Station

    Near-real time access to physical environmental observations such as local wind speed and direction are some of the basic requirements of a modern 'Smart Port' operation. Along...
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