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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
Feb 29, 01:00 157 176 158 156 117 130 114 128 149 157
Feb 29, 00:30 158 156 160 146 137 150 116 127 144 158
Feb 29, 00:00 160 168 128 159 151 110 108 120 145 160
Feb 28, 23:30 159 154 159 150 126 125 113 124 145 159
Feb 28, 23:00 159 139 150 127 127 101 117 126 146 159
Feb 28, 22:30 163 164 141 144 146 121 127 130 141 163
Feb 28, 22:00 165 170 141 136 125 115 115 132 140 165
Feb 28, 21:30 167 218 167 141 116 116 109 129 142 167
Feb 28, 21:00 164 182 178 157 142 99 108 127 148 164
Feb 28, 20:30 169 172 142 156 140 97 112 131 145 169
Feb 28, 20:00 172 192 166 156 103 140 105 124 148 172
Feb 28, 19:30 170 156 141 115 130 84 117 134 147 170
Feb 28, 19:00 169 167 189 99 118 109 108 128 145 169
Feb 28, 18:30 168 180 160 109 139 134 116 129 143 168
Feb 28, 18:00 168 187 147 167 128 131 109 132 144 168
Feb 28, 17:30 170 165 164 141 137 133 113 136 148 170
Feb 28, 17:00 171 169 157 177 122 119 119 135 148 171
Feb 28, 16:30 167 159 147 41 125 132 115 140 147 167
Feb 28, 16:00 170 174 166 159 128 113 115 137 149 170
Feb 28, 15:30 167 170 144 147 145 113 116 141 150 167
Feb 28, 15:00 164 182 143 106 156 138 118 127 147 164
Feb 28, 14:30 163 151 138 158 126 107 116 128 147 163
Feb 28, 14:00 161 149 154 128 132 126 111 129 144 161
Feb 28, 13:30 161 148 106 154 158 127 112 123 145 161
Feb 28, 13:00 161 150 165 181 125 121 110 124 147 161
Feb 28, 12:30 164 170 154 175 134 113 107 121 143 164
Feb 28, 12:00 162 186 85 132 138 113 118 132 145 162
Feb 28, 11:30 163 168 158 122 131 110 119 124 146 163
Feb 28, 11:00 168 174 179 179 127 90 116 124 146 168
Feb 28, 10:30 166 163 173 181 128 112 119 126 144 166
Feb 28, 10:00 164 177 173 159 159 146 113 121 143 164
Feb 28, 09:30 166 194 164 143 150 121 136 119 145 166
Feb 28, 09:00 167 182 169 158 127 139 123 117 148 167
Feb 28, 08:30 166 154 161 140 124 156 103 118 148 166
Feb 28, 08:00 167 155 146 97 105 123 110 123 145 167
Feb 28, 07:30 164 148 158 115 164 124 111 125 142 164
Feb 28, 07:00 161 169 190 135 96 139 96 115 143 161
Feb 28, 06:30 156 149 141 176 149 121 118 115 144 156
Feb 28, 06:00 156 139 160 122 118 125 117 120 144 156
Feb 28, 05:30 157 154 142 133 113 141 104 116 149 157
Feb 28, 05:00 156 154 124 125 80 105 112 118 142 156
Feb 28, 04:30 155 159 163 155 114 91 94 114 144 155
Feb 28, 04:00 154 176 160 113 92 130 119 115 142 154
Feb 28, 03:30 153 160 150 129 133 80 112 114 136 153
Feb 28, 03:00 155 154 179 103 129 98 108 113 141 155
Feb 28, 02:30 152 167 139 88 121 105 105 110 136 152
Feb 28, 02:00 149 151 155 123 108 132 102 103 139 149
Feb 28, 01:30 147 154 155 140 95 117 112 112 134 147
Feb 28, 01:00 145 150 147 97 136 108 106 108 130 145

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