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    • Manual of Harmonic Analysis and Prediction of Tides. [ Revised 1940 edition reprinted 1958 with corrections, reprinted 2001] 

      Schureman, Paul (United States Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1958)
      This volume was designed primarily as a working manual for the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey and describes the procedure used in this office for the harmonic analysis and prediction of tides and tidal currents...
    • Manual of tide observations. 

      US Coast and Geodetic Survey (United States Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1965)
      Contains instructions for observing and recording the rise and fall of the tide and for making necessary reductions to determine the datum planes and the nonharmonic quantities published in the tide tables.
    • The National Tidal Datum Convention of 1980. 

      Hicks, Steacy D. (NOAA, National Ocean Survey, Silver Spring, MD, 1980)
    • Next Generation Water Level Measurement System (NGWLMS) Site Design, Preparation, and Installation Manual. 

      Edwing, Richard F. (NOAA, NOS Office of Oceanography and Marine Assessment, Rockville, MD, 1991)
      The implementation of the NGWLMS in the NWLON and other data collection program networks, represents a fundamental change in how the Branch accomplishes its functions. The NGWLMS, when fully implemented, replaces the ...
    • Guidelines for establishing GPS-derived ellipsoid heights [Standards: 2 cm and 5 cm]. Version 4.3. 

      Zilkoski, David B.; D'Onofrio, Joseph D.; Frakes, Stephen J. (NOAA NOS Center For Operational Oceanographic Products and Services Products and Services, Silver Spring, MD, 1997)
      The following guidelines were developed by the National Geodetic Survey (NGS) for performing Global Positioning System (GPS) surveys that are intended to achieve ellipsoid height network accuracies of 5 cm at the 95 percent ...
    • Tide and Current Glossary. [1999 edition] 

      Zervas, Chris (NOAA, NOS Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services, Silver Spring, MD, 2000)
      The publication is a revision of the1989 edition. This edition has been a group effort by Steacy D.Hicks, Richard L. Sillcox, C.Reid Nichols, Brenda Via, and Evette C. McCray. It was subsequently revised by Chris Zervas. ...
    • Information Systems Branch PORTS Uniform Flat File Format (PUFFF). Revision 4. 

      Evans, Michael; French, Geoffrey; Bethem, Thomas (NOAA, NOS Office of Coast Survey, Silver Spring, MD, 2003)
      Users of the Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System (PORTS) have requested access to PORTS information in a form that can be used as input to their own real-time applications. Until now, only a subset of data was displayed ...
    • Understanding tides. 

      Hicks, Steacy Dopp (NOAA, National Ocean Service, Silver Spring, MD, 2006)
      This book presents an elementary explanation of tides and tidal datums. It is written to explain the natural phenomenon of tides in terms and concepts readily understandable by students as ...
    • Ocean Systems Test and Evaluation Program Data Communications Plan. 

      Graff, Tammy; Sprenke, James; Bushnell, Mark (NOAA, NOS Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services, Silver Spring, MD, 2006)
      Programmatic requirements and data communi cation technology are changing very rapidly, making it difficult but necessary for CO-OPS to effectively plan for the future. The systems that are currently used for primary ...
    • Field Procedures Manual, April 2014. 

      NOAA, Office of Coast Survey (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Coast Survey, Silver Spring, MD, 2014)
      The purpose of this Field Procedures Manual (FPM) is to provide NOAA field units with consolidated and standardized guidelines and requirements for conducting, processing, and generating final field deliverables for ...
    • Sensor Specifications and Measurement Algorithms. 

      NOAA NOS Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services (NOAA, NOS Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services, Silver Spring, MD, 2015)
      Environmental Measurement Systems.
    • User’s Guide to Vertical Control and Geodetic Leveling for CO-OPS Observing Systems. 

      Hailegeberel, Minilek; Glassmire, Kirk; Johnson, Artara; Samant, Manoj; Dusek, Gregory (NOAA, NOS Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services, Silver Spring, MD, 2018)
      The National Ocean Service (NOS) Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services (CO-OPS) is responsible for the management of a national water level measurement program. The foundation of this program is the ...
    • Wave Measurements from Radar Tide Gauges. 

      Fiorentino, Laura A.; Heitsenrether, Robert; Krug, Warren (2019)
      Currently the NOAA Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services (CO-OPS) is transitioning the primary water level sensor at most NWLON stations, from an acoustic ranging system, to microwave radars. With ...