Texas General Land Office
Texas Automated Buoy System
Real Time Analysis
16-Oct-2017
Geochemical and Environmental Research Group

This is an experimental product prepared on 2017-10-16.
All information contained within reflect data collected prior to the time of issuance.

The first figure shows the observed currents and winds for yesterday, 15-Oct-2017.
The currents (red arrows) and winds (blue arrows) have been averaged for the day and represent mean daily conditions.

The second figure shows our best estimate of yesterday's shelf-wide, near-surface circulation field.
The field is derived from the combination of the daily-averaged TABS current meter data and
a spatially extensive drifter data set. The higher the reliability index, the more reliable the estimated field is.

The third figure shows our best estimate of the mean shelf-wide near surface circulation field for the past 30 days.

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TABS Buoy B TABS Buoy D TABS Buoy F TABS Buoy J TABS Buoy K TABS Buoy R TABS Buoy N TABS Buoy V TABS Buoy W
TABS Buoy B TABS Buoy D TABS Buoy F TABS Buoy J TABS Buoy K TABS Buoy R TABS Buoy N TABS Buoy V TABS Buoy W
TABS Buoy B TABS Buoy D TABS Buoy F TABS Buoy J TABS Buoy K TABS Buoy R TABS Buoy N TABS Buoy V TABS Buoy W
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