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eReefs GBR4 DA Hydrodynamic SHOC model data

Australian Ocean Data Network
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This is the eReefs GBR 4 km resolution Data Assimilating (DA) hydrodynamic SHOC model data. The Ensemble Optimal Interpolation (EnOI) system assimilaties a combination of temperature data from moorings (AIMS and GBROOS/IMOS), gliders (CSIRO and IMOS) and SST (GHRSST L3S from IMOS). This product is the first version of a reanalysis undertaken for the GBR4 grid. The DS system is run with a cycle length of 2 days, and assimilates temperature data that fall within a 6 hour window either side of the analysis time. The mean forecast error ranges from 0.4 degrees C in the "dry" season to 0.7 degrees C in the "wet" season

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Coastal Environmental Modelling team, CSIRO
Australian Institute of Marine Science, AIMS
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, GBRMPA
Bureau of Meteorology, BOM

Data time period: 2011-01 to 2015-01

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