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DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052288
Long-term observations of hourly bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (July 1991 - November 1991)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed hourly subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 19 July 1991 and 21 November 1991.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052287
Long-term observations of hourly bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (February 1991 - July 1991)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed hourly subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 05 February 1991 and 10 July 1991.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052286
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (September 1999 - February 2000)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 07 September 1999 and 23 February 2000.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052285
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (March 1998 - September 1998)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 19 March 1998 and 02 September 1998.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052284
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (October 1997 - March 1998)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 15 October 1997 and 18 March 1998.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052283
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (April 1997 - October 1997)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 24 April 1997 and 14 October 1997.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052282
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (September 1996 - April 1997)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 26 September 1996 and 23 April 1997.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052281
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (February 1996 - September 1996)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 08 February 1996 and 25 September 1996.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052280
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (August 1995 - February 1996)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from two UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 10 August 1995 and 07 February 1996.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052279
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (February 1995 - August 1995)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 10 February 1995 and 09 August 1995.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052278
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (July 1994 - February 1995)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 15 July 1994 and 09 February 1995.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052277
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (March 1994 - July 1994)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 23 March 1994 and 14 July 1994.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052276
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (May 1993 - November 1993)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 14 May 1993 and 17 November 1993.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052275
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (November 1992 - May 1993)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 27 November 1992 and 13 May 1993.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052274
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (July 1992 - November 1992)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 24 July 1992 and 26 November 1992.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052273
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (March 1992 - July 1992)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 27 March 1992 and 23 July 1992.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052272
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (November 1991 - March 1992)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 22 November 1991 and 26 March 1992.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052271
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (July 1991 - November 1991)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 19 July 1991 and 21 November 1991.

DOI: 10.15493/dea.mims.26052270
Long-term observations of daily bottom temperatures at Port Nolloth (February 1991 - July 1991)

At selected sites around Southern Africa, Underwater Tempearture Recorders (UTRs) have been used to obtain long-term records of bottom temperature in the nearshore environment, at depths ranging from 2m to 34m. Here we present processed daily subsurface temperatures from UTRs located at a depth of 5m off Port Nolloth (29.2524°S; 16.8671°E), along the west coast of South Africa, between 5 February 1991 and 10 July 1991.

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.10512023
Hourly data from Port Nolloth weather station, May 2018 to October 2022

Coastal, land based automatic weather stations situated in the West Coast of South Africa; Cape Columbine, Elands Bay and Port Nolloth have been actively collecting data for various project since 1982 until today at different locations. These instruments provide useful meteorological information for understanding coastal dynamics such as upwelling, ocean current movements and air sea exchange.

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.10502023
Daily data from Port Nolloth weather station, May 2018 to October 2022

Coastal, land based automatic weather stations situated in the West Coast of South Africa; Cape Columbine, Elands Bay and Port Nolloth have been actively collecting data for various project since 1982 until today at different locations. These instruments provide useful meteorological information for understanding coastal dynamics such as upwelling, ocean current movements and air sea exchange.

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.10492023
Hourly data from Elands Bay weather station, May 2018 to September 2022

Coastal, land based automatic weather stations situated in the West Coast of South Africa; Cape Columbine, Elands Bay and Port Nolloth have been actively collecting data for various project since 1982 until today at different locations. These instruments provide useful meteorological information for understanding coastal dynamics such as upwelling, ocean current movements and air sea exchange.

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.10482023
Daily data from Elands Bay weather station, May 2018 to September 2022

Coastal, land based automatic weather stations situated in the West Coast of South Africa; Cape Columbine, Elands Bay and Port Nolloth have been actively collecting data for various project since 1982 until today at different locations. These instruments provide useful meteorological information for understanding coastal dynamics such as upwelling, ocean current movements and air sea exchange.

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.10472023
Hourly data from Columbine weather station, May 2018 to September 2022

Coastal, land based automatic weather stations situated in the West Coast of South Africa; Cape Columbine, Elands Bay and Port Nolloth have been actively collecting data for various project since 1982 until today at different locations. These instruments provide useful meteorological information for understanding coastal dynamics such as upwelling, ocean current movements and air sea exchange.

DOI: 10.15493/DEA.MIMS.10462023
Daily data from Columbine weather station, May 2018 to September 2022

Coastal, land based automatic weather stations situated in the West Coast of South Africa; Cape Columbine, Elands Bay and Port Nolloth have been actively collecting data for various project since 1982 until today at different locations. These instruments provide useful meteorological information for understanding coastal dynamics such as upwelling, ocean current movements and air sea exchange.