Coast
 

Current Conditions: Water | Weather

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In-situ sensors make continuous, high frequency measurements of coastal ocean conditions. All sites provide water temperature, conductivity or salinity, and pressure (depth). Additional parameters collected at individual sites include dissolved oxygen, pH, turbidity, and chlorophyll fluorescence, hydrocarbon fluorescence, photosynthetically available radiation (PAR), transmissivity, wave height, and local currents. NOAA IOOS, CeNCOOS, David and Lucille Packard Foundation, California Coastal Conservancy, and individual CSU campuses provided support for one or more of the monitoring stations.

For more information on the COAST environmental data collection network, please contact:

Dr. Dale Robinson
Ocean Observing Programs Coordinator
Romberg Tiburon Center-SFSU
3152 Paradise Drive
Tiburon, CA 94920