BLOCK ISLAND, RI - 154 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
Feb 22, 18:00 134 127 130 130 134 134 134 122 111 111
Feb 22, 17:30 132 118 133 136 133 132 128 119 113 111
Feb 22, 17:00 122 157 146 133 132 135 133 122 114 109
Feb 22, 16:30 131 116 135 139 137 131 131 117 110 108
Feb 22, 16:00 131 107 143 138 133 139 131 124 109 106
Feb 22, 15:30 134 128 140 137 134 142 134 126 114 107
Feb 22, 15:00 122 202 143 138 139 143 136 122 109 104
Feb 22, 14:30 127 158 137 139 141 141 138 127 113 104
Feb 22, 14:00 122 125 150 135 141 145 140 122 109 102
Feb 22, 13:30 122 22 143 144 134 147 140 122 110 102
Feb 22, 13:00 110 122 148 148 149 145 139 128 110 100
Feb 22, 12:30 108 139 143 141 150 146 140 123 108 96
Feb 22, 12:00 106 154 144 136 146 148 141 124 106 98
Feb 22, 11:30 108 128 139 143 145 147 142 125 108 93
Feb 22, 11:00 127 129 135 146 151 151 148 127 106 94
Feb 22, 10:30 103 123 132 145 153 156 148 126 103 93
Feb 22, 10:00 107 142 165 164 154 156 145 127 107 95
Feb 22, 09:30 104 124 136 156 148 158 152 132 104 96
Feb 22, 09:00 110 113 152 142 154 159 156 136 110 96
Feb 22, 08:30 112 175 163 144 159 157 149 129 112 100
Feb 22, 08:00 115 155 160 151 162 156 152 135 115 101
Feb 22, 07:30 116 110 131 137 142 154 149 138 116 102
Feb 22, 07:00 102 105 152 155 151 153 147 136 116 102
Feb 22, 06:30 103 99 128 150 154 152 148 138 115 103
Feb 22, 06:00 103 122 153 146 156 150 148 144 115 103
Feb 22, 05:30 102 108 120 154 146 152 142 142 118 102
Feb 22, 05:00 101 95 130 139 164 147 145 144 117 101
Feb 22, 04:30 101 96 176 130 151 146 152 148 119 101
Feb 22, 04:00 103 99 109 136 161 147 148 146 120 103
Feb 22, 03:30 104 89 132 119 130 133 143 145 120 104
Feb 22, 03:00 103 108 166 127 126 142 148 153 123 103
Feb 22, 02:30 103 108 128 137 134 154 143 146 117 103
Feb 22, 02:00 103 121 123 147 143 155 151 148 120 103
Feb 22, 01:30 104 107 175 137 158 141 142 148 118 104
Feb 22, 01:00 101 115 125 128 131 141 142 144 124 101
Feb 22, 00:30 103 96 112 117 120 128 147 146 123 103
Feb 22, 00:00 100 106 112 89 91 135 157 149 121 100
Feb 21, 23:30 101 103 105 107 109 117 144 142 122 101
Feb 21, 23:00 101 105 120 138 126 145 146 143 119 101
Feb 21, 22:30 100 101 107 109 112 115 118 141 121 100
Feb 21, 22:00 102 101 106 107 125 123 137 143 129 102
Feb 21, 21:30 103 101 116 109 125 114 126 147 125 103
Feb 21, 21:00 107 101 108 131 116 121 135 146 123 107
Feb 21, 20:30 106 96 99 103 108 112 130 141 128 106
Feb 21, 20:00 108 105 131 142 119 122 132 139 134 108
Feb 21, 19:30 110 89 100 118 97 127 135 133 136 110
Feb 21, 19:00 110 88 98 104 119 123 123 134 129 110
Feb 21, 18:30 110 91 115 99 102 120 122 128 140 110
Feb 21, 18:00 108 111 107 97 117 115 109 122 134 108

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