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Recommended algorithms for the computation of marine meteorological variables.

Manual for Real-Time Quality Control of Dissolved Oxygen Observations: a Guide to Quality Control and Quality Assurance for Dissolved Oxygen Observations in Coastal Oceans. Version 2.0.

Manual for Real-Time Quality Control of In-Situ Surface Wave Data: a Guide to Quality Control and Quality Assurance of In-Situ Surface Wave Observations Version 2.0.

Manual for Real-Time Quality Control of Ocean Optics Data: a guide to quality control and quality assurance for coastal and oceanic optics observations. Version 1.0.

Estimation of extreme wind wave heights.

L.J. Lopatoukhin & et al

Guidelines for applying the IUCN protected area management categories to marine protected areas. Second edition.

The primary purpose of these supplementary guidelines is to increase the accuracy and consistency of assignment and reporting of the IUCN categories when applied to marine and coastal protected areas. To avoid unnecessary duplication of text, these supplemental guidelines therefore must be read in association with Guidelines for Applying Protected Area Management Categories (referred to as the 2008 Guidelines throughout this document).

Ocean Optics Protocols For Satellite Ocean Color Sensor Validation, Revision 4. Volume IV: Inherent Optical Properties: Instruments, Characterizations, Field Measurements and Data Analysis Protocols. [and Erratum 1]

S. Pegau, J. R. V. Zaneveld, G. B. Mitchell, J. L. Mueller, M. Kahru, J. Wieland & M. Stramska
Volume IV: This volume includes a chapter reviewing the scope of inherent optical properties (IOP) measurements (Chapter 1), followed by 4 chapters giving detailed calibration, measurement and analysis protocols for the beam attenuation coefficient (Chapter 2), the volume absorption coefficient measured in situ (Chapter 3), laboratory measurements of the volume absorption coefficients from discrete filtered seawater samples (Chapter 4), and in situ measurements of the volume scattering function, including determinations of the backscattering coefficient (Chapter...

Techniques and Benefits of Satellite Data and Wave Models.

J-M. Lefevre & et al

Data Interoperability Between Elements of the Global Ocean Observing System.

Derrick Snowden, Vardis M. Tsontos, Nils Olav Handegard, Marcos Zarate, Kevin O’Brien, Kenneth S. Casey, Neville Smith, Helge Sagen, Kathleen Bailey, Mirtha N. Lewis & Sean C. Arms
The data management landscape associated with the Global Ocean Observing System is distributed, complex, and only loosely coordinated. Yet interoperability across this distributed landscape is essential to enable data to be reused, preserved, and integrated and to minimize costs in the process. A building block for a distributed system in which component systems can exchange and understand information is standardization of data formats, distribution protocols, and metadata. By reviewing several data management use cases we...

Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting. [reprinted edition including erratum].

U. Riebesell & et al

The GO-SHIP Repeat Hydrography Manual: a collection of expert reports and guidelines, Version 1.

E.M. Hood, C.L. Sabine & B.M. Sloyan

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