ST. PETERSBURG OFFSHORE, FL - 144 Classic View

Wave energy and mean wave direction resolved into 9 bands

As requested by the US Army Corps of Engineers, CDIP has special data formats for wave energy and direction.
9-bands: 2-6, 6-8, 8-10, 10-12, 12-14, 14-16, 16-18, 18-22 & 22+ seconds
Spectral processing performed on 1600-second samples
For each band, equivalent Hs = 4*sqrt(Band Energy)
Wave direction in each band represents the average, in support of coastal process studies

Band Direction

waveTime
Dp ° 22+ 22-18 18-16 16-14 14-12 12-10 10-8 8-6 6-2
Apr 01, 07:30 136 126 137 132 155 140 147 171 141 136
Apr 01, 07:00 135 140 133 139 134 120 163 176 139 135
Apr 01, 06:30 137 158 142 135 128 143 155 177 140 137
Apr 01, 06:00 136 129 120 127 134 137 162 166 138 136
Apr 01, 05:30 137 142 150 141 150 155 154 179 137 137
Apr 01, 05:00 134 159 138 133 128 150 168 178 135 134
Apr 01, 04:30 134 134 153 156 146 138 145 176 134 134
Apr 01, 04:00 130 129 121 113 106 139 154 173 137 130
Apr 01, 03:30 133 134 132 139 129 134 167 164 138 133
Apr 01, 03:00 130 140 140 150 135 146 156 171 135 130
Apr 01, 02:30 130 143 136 129 128 126 167 167 133 130
Apr 01, 02:00 132 141 146 143 114 124 157 162 132 128
Apr 01, 01:30 129 138 135 136 127 126 154 163 132 129
Apr 01, 01:00 126 148 135 125 140 125 133 152 131 126
Apr 01, 00:30 129 153 140 139 131 133 144 152 131 129
Apr 01, 00:00 127 149 139 137 138 113 142 153 136 127
Mar 31, 23:30 127 121 133 133 134 129 146 157 130 127
Mar 31, 23:00 127 147 131 135 131 137 145 150 135 127
Mar 31, 22:30 129 149 143 130 133 127 145 160 132 129
Mar 31, 22:00 128 126 131 141 139 126 146 155 133 128
Mar 31, 21:30 124 133 118 112 130 128 123 154 133 124
Mar 31, 21:00 123 105 124 125 131 131 138 162 130 123
Mar 31, 20:30 127 136 131 155 128 124 143 168 131 127
Mar 31, 20:00 125 121 130 133 140 133 139 158 136 125
Mar 31, 19:30 124 124 123 118 125 122 133 164 135 124
Mar 31, 19:00 127 129 123 117 138 129 127 172 133 127
Mar 31, 18:30 125 122 118 119 128 118 132 160 133 125
Mar 31, 18:00 126 125 119 130 132 125 145 158 133 126
Mar 31, 17:30 126 129 122 143 126 135 132 166 134 126
Mar 31, 17:00 122 118 123 122 112 113 122 148 132 122
Mar 31, 16:30 124 144 131 124 129 123 132 150 130 124
Mar 31, 16:00 119 124 129 128 122 129 123 147 131 119
Mar 31, 15:30 121 126 128 122 120 126 128 164 130 121
Mar 31, 15:00 117 120 113 120 109 109 120 150 124 117
Mar 31, 14:30 116 102 105 103 119 118 115 187 125 116
Mar 31, 14:00 116 118 116 109 121 112 136 167 122 116
Mar 31, 13:30 113 93 111 115 111 116 118 177 116 113
Mar 31, 13:00 107 105 107 115 111 111 122 160 108 107
Mar 31, 12:30 108 112 111 124 108 106 105 143 113 108
Mar 31, 12:00 107 88 126 107 105 115 109 181 104 107
Mar 31, 11:30 107 103 109 100 104 94 108 128 103 107
Mar 31, 11:00 106 101 107 108 97 93 101 146 101 106
Mar 31, 10:30 107 107 102 85 106 108 117 138 96 107
Mar 31, 10:00 105 107 111 101 102 115 109 149 107 105
Mar 31, 09:30 106 115 99 97 111 108 112 131 103 106
Mar 31, 09:00 107 97 106 101 104 107 116 150 112 107
Mar 31, 08:30 107 114 116 109 108 101 104 166 122 107
Mar 31, 08:00 104 102 98 91 105 104 107 188 131 104
Mar 31, 07:30 101 107 101 103 102 110 105 158 147 101

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