This Web site is a portal for the Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services, which offers one-stop shopping for real-time and historical observations of water levels, currents, meteorological, and other coastal oceanographic data from sites along the U.S. coast. Tide and tidal current predictions are also available through the site, as are model-generated forecast guidance in several large U.S. port areas.
This Web site provides information about CO-OPS’s Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System, PORTS®. PORTS® measures, integrates, and disseminates observations of water levels, currents, salinity, wind, and bridge clearance, all of which help mariners to successfully guide ships into and out of the nation’s ports. Additionally, PORTS® provides forecast model guidance in several major U.S. ports, which supports informed decision making in advance of transit scheduling and loading operations. PORTS® observations are updated at six-minute intervals and are available via the Internet and toll-free phone calls.
This Web-based product provides users with the latest graphical and tabular water-level observations, predictions, and meteorological data in real time or near real time for 200 National Water Level Observation Network (NWLON) gauges in the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii and U.S. territories.
This Web site provides users with the latest information from NOAA’s observing network in the Great Lakes. Real-time water level and meteorological data are provided to users via the Internet or an interactive telephone response system.
This Web-based product disseminates the latest information on nation-wide sea-level variations and trends. This product provides information on the long-term trends and the monthly, seasonal, interannual, and decadal variations of mean sea level (MSL) at 117 coastal water level stations which have at least 25 years of data.
This Web site provides nowcast (present conditions) and forecast (future conditions) hydrodynamic model-based water levels and currents. Model products include time series, plots, and animations of water levels and currents.