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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 22, 14:00 343 31 15 353 0 349 343 338 336 312
Feb 22, 13:30 346 42 9 358 2 355 346 338 329 314
Feb 22, 13:00 347 58 11 356 6 352 347 341 330 309
Feb 22, 12:30 346 41 12 354 357 350 346 339 333 315
Feb 22, 12:00 345 40 8 1 2 354 345 337 329 283
Feb 22, 11:30 345 34 12 3 358 353 345 338 332 299
Feb 22, 11:00 345 36 8 6 3 351 345 339 326 301
Feb 22, 10:30 344 39 4 359 1 350 344 338 333 295
Feb 22, 10:00 346 43 10 358 0 352 346 338 328 301
Feb 22, 09:30 345 43 8 3 4 351 345 338 329 296
Feb 22, 09:00 346 37 11 1 10 351 346 339 332 301
Feb 22, 08:30 345 39 6 1 10 351 345 339 330 316
Feb 22, 08:00 344 42 15 9 9 352 344 337 332 321
Feb 22, 07:30 344 38 4 2 359 348 344 337 329 321
Feb 22, 07:00 347 29 7 5 5 351 347 338 334 321
Feb 22, 06:30 345 39 5 5 0 350 345 338 333 321
Feb 22, 06:00 345 36 10 6 2 347 345 339 331 321
Feb 22, 05:30 347 35 9 360 358 352 347 339 332 323
Feb 22, 05:00 348 31 5 1 2 348 348 340 335 318
Feb 22, 04:30 346 36 12 9 357 349 346 339 333 318
Feb 22, 04:00 347 35 4 2 357 349 347 339 332 319
Feb 22, 03:30 345 24 2 2 357 351 345 340 334 322
Feb 22, 03:00 347 41 16 6 359 352 347 337 331 319
Feb 22, 02:30 348 23 12 2 358 354 348 341 332 318
Feb 22, 02:00 350 17 6 1 357 352 350 340 331 314
Feb 22, 01:30 348 33 9 11 358 353 348 341 330 317
Feb 22, 01:00 351 15 11 12 4 356 351 340 334 322
Feb 22, 00:30 348 9 8 7 1 356 348 341 333 323
Feb 22, 00:00 349 20 16 17 3 354 349 343 331 319
Feb 21, 23:30 350 22 15 19 2 355 350 342 333 317
Feb 21, 23:00 348 16 10 16 356 354 348 339 330 320
Feb 21, 22:30 351 13 10 13 1 353 351 341 329 320
Feb 21, 22:00 348 25 12 10 358 353 348 341 331 315
Feb 21, 21:30 347 32 10 12 355 354 347 340 332 324
Feb 21, 21:00 347 19 8 7 358 355 347 339 331 318
Feb 21, 20:30 351 33 5 5 358 351 349 339 331 333
Feb 21, 20:00 346 37 11 2 356 352 346 336 333 320
Feb 21, 19:30 345 22 8 4 355 351 345 337 333 325
Feb 21, 19:00 347 26 9 7 352 349 347 339 331 318
Feb 21, 18:30 344 31 15 4 354 350 344 336 332 330
Feb 21, 18:00 349 22 12 8 355 349 344 336 330 319
Feb 21, 17:30 343 42 13 12 357 352 343 337 328 314
Feb 21, 17:00 350 41 17 15 355 350 343 336 332 317
Feb 21, 16:30 344 37 19 10 354 349 344 338 330 312
Feb 21, 16:00 342 29 18 13 355 348 342 335 329 318
Feb 21, 15:30 344 40 14 7 354 351 344 336 328 317
Feb 21, 15:00 345 32 16 9 356 350 345 337 330 316

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