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Wave Power Average Annual Maximum Anomaly, 2000-2013 - Hawaii

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Citation:

Citation Information:

Title: Wave Power Average Annual Maximum Anomaly, 2000-2013 - Hawaii

Date:

Date: March 14, 2017
Date Type: creation (CI_DateTypeCode)
Identifier:
Code: hi_otp_all_wave_anom_max
Authority: org.pacioos

Responsible Party:

Individual Name: Carrie Kappel
Organization Name: Ocean Tipping Points (OTP)
Contact:

Contact Address:

Email: kappel@nceas.ucsb.edu

Online Resource:

Linkage: http://oceantippingpoints.org
Protocol: http
Function: information (CI_OnLineFunctionCode)
Contact Role: principalInvestigator (CI_RoleCode)

Responsible Party:

Individual Name: Kim Selkoe
Organization Name: Ocean Tipping Points (OTP)
Contact:

Contact Address:

Email: selkoe@nceas.ucsb.edu

Online Resource:

Linkage: http://oceantippingpoints.org
Protocol: http
Function: information (CI_OnLineFunctionCode)
Contact Role: originator (CI_RoleCode)

Responsible Party:

Organization Name: Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS)
Contact:

Contact Address:

Email: info@pacioos.org

Online Resource:

Linkage: http://pacioos.org
Protocol: http
Function: information (CI_OnLineFunctionCode)
Contact Role: distributor (CI_RoleCode)
Other Citation Details: OGC web services (WMS and WCS) enabled by PacIOOS via GeoServer.

Abstract:

Wave power is a major environmental forcing mechanism in Hawaii that influences a number of marine ecosystem processes including coral reef community development, structure, and persistence. By driving mixing of the upper water column, wave forcing can also play a role in nutrient availability and ocean temperature reduction during warming events. Wave forcing in Hawaii is highly seasonal, with winter months typically experiencing far greater wave power than that experienced during the summer months. This layer represents the annual average of the maximum anomaly of wave power (kW/m) from 2000-2013. Data were obtained from the University of Hawaii at Manoa (UH) School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST) SWAN model (Simulating WAves Nearshore) following Li et al. (2016).

Hourly 500-m SWAN model runs of wave power were converted to maximum daily wave power from 1979-2013 and then averaged over each month from 1979-2013, creating a monthly time series from which monthly climatologies were made. Time series of anomalies were calculated by quantifying the number and magnitude of events from the maximum daily data set that exceeded the maximum climatological monthly mean. Pixels were removed directly adjacent to coastlines owing to the model being too coarse to handle extreme refraction and dissipation. Nearshore map pixels with no data were filled with values from the nearest neighboring valid offshore pixel by using a grid of points and the Near Analysis tool in ArcGIS then converting points to raster.

The average annual maximum wave power anomaly was calculated by taking the average of the annual maximum wave power values in exceedance of the maximum monthly climatological wave power from 2000-2013 for each 500-m grid cell.

See also:
Li, N., Cheung, K.F., Stopa, J.E., Hsiao, F., Chen, Y.-L., Vega, L., and Cross, P. 2016. Thirty-four years of Hawaii wave hindcast from downscaling of climate forecast system reanalysis. Ocean Modelling 100: 78-95.

Purpose:

This layer was developed as part of a geospatial database of key anthropogenic pressures to coastal waters of the Main Hawaiian Islands for the Ocean Tipping Points (OTP) project (http://oceantippingpoints.org). Ocean tipping points occur when shifts in human use or environmental conditions result in large, and sometimes abrupt, impacts to marine ecosystems. The ability to predict and understand ocean tipping points can enhance ecosystem management, including critical coral reef management and policies to protect ecosystem services produced by coral reefs. The goal of the Ocean Tipping Points Hawaii case study was to gather, process, and map spatial information on environmental and human-based drivers of coral reef ecosystem conditions.

Credit:

The Ocean Tipping Points project, 2016. Please acknowledge the Ocean Tipping Points project as a source when these data are used in the preparation of reports, papers, publications, maps, and other products. When applying these data for publication, please reference and cite the following journal article: Wedding et al. (In review.) Advancing the Integration of Spatial Data to Map Human and Natural Drivers on Coral Reefs. Plos One.

Point of Contact:

Responsible Party:

Individual Name: Carrie Kappel
Organization Name: Ocean Tipping Points (OTP)
Contact:

Contact Address:

Email: kappel@nceas.ucsb.edu

Online Resource:

Linkage: http://oceantippingpoints.org
Protocol: http
Function: information (CI_OnLineFunctionCode)
Contact Role: pointOfContact (CI_RoleCode)

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Descriptive Keywords:

Keywords:

Keyword Type: theme (MD_KeywordTypeCode)

Keyword: Earth Science Biosphere Aquatic Ecosystems Reef Habitat
Keyword: Earth Science Biosphere Ecosystems Marine Ecosystems Reef Coral Reef
Keyword: Earth Science Human Dimensions Human Settlements Coastal Areas
Keyword: Earth Science Oceans Coastal Processes Coral Reefs
Keyword: Earth Science Oceans Ocean Waves

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Citation Information:

Title: GCMD Science Keywords

Keywords:

Keyword Type: place (MD_KeywordTypeCode)

Keyword: Continent North America United States Of America Hawaii
Keyword: Ocean Pacific Ocean Central Pacific Ocean Hawaiian Islands

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Citation Information:

Title: GCMD Location Keywords

Keywords:

Keyword Type: project (MD_KeywordTypeCode)

Keyword: PacIOOS Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System

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Keyword Type: dataCenter (MD_KeywordTypeCode)

Keyword: PacIOOS Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System

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Citation Information:

Title: GCMD Data Center Keywords

Aggregation Information:

Aggregate Dataset Name:

Citation Information:

Title: Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS)

Association Type: largerWorkCitation (DS_AssociationTypeCode)

Initiative Type: project (DS_InitiativeTypeCode)

Resource Constraints:

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Use Limitation:

Please contact the Ocean Tipping Points (OTP) project in advance of applying these data to project work so that the principal investigator, Carrie Kappel (kappel@nceas.ucsb.edu), can track and communicate data uses and ensure no duplicate efforts are underway. The data may be used and redistributed for free but is not intended for legal use, since it may contain inaccuracies. Neither the data Contributor, University of Hawaii, PacIOOS, NOAA, State of Hawaii nor the United States Government, nor any of their employees or contractors, makes any warranty, express or implied, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, or assumes any legal liability for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness, of this information.

Language:

eng

Topic Categories (MD_TopicCategoryCode):

Topic Category: oceans

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Bounding Coordinates:

Westbound Longitude: -160.33883
Eastbound Longitude: -154.63952
Southbound Latitude: 18.79565
Northbound Latitude: 22.34241

Services:

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Identifier: OGC-WCS

Service Type: Open Geospatial Consortium Web Coverage Service (WCS)

Contains Operation:

Operation Name: GetCapabilities

Online Resource:

Linkage: http://geo.pacioos.hawaii.edu/geoserver/PACIOOS/hi_otp_all_wave_anom_max/ows?service=WCS&version=1.0.0&request=GetCapabilities
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Protocol: OGC:WCS
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Function: download (CI_OnLineFunctionCode)

Services:

Service Identification:

Identifier: OGC-WMS

Service Type: Open Geospatial Consortium Web Map Service (WMS)

Contains Operation:

Operation Name: GetCapabilities

Online Resource:

Linkage: http://geo.pacioos.hawaii.edu/geoserver/PACIOOS/hi_otp_all_wave_anom_max/ows?service=WMS&version=1.3.0&request=GetCapabilities
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Protocol: OGC:WMS
Description: Open Geospatial Consortium Web Map Service (WMS). Supported WMS versions include 1.1.1 and 1.3.0. Supported map formats include AtomPub, GeoRSS, GeoTIFF, GIF, JPEG, KML/KMZ, PDF, PNG, SVG, and TIFF. Supported info formats include GeoJSON, GeoJSON-P, GML, HTML, and plain text.
Function: download (CI_OnLineFunctionCode)

Services:

Service Identification:

Identifier: OGC-WMS-C

Service Type: Open Geospatial Consortium Web Map Service - Cached (WMS-C)

Contains Operation:

Operation Name: GetCapabilities

Online Resource:

Linkage: http://geo.pacioos.hawaii.edu/geoserver/PACIOOS/gwc/service/wms?service=WMS&version=1.1.1&request=GetCapabilities&tiled=true
Name: OGC-WMS-C
Protocol: OGC:WMS-C
Description: Open Geospatial Consortium Web Map Service - Cached (WMS-C). Use of WMS-C is similar to traditional WMS but with the addition of the "tiled=true" parameter, which triggers GeoServer to pull map tiles from GeoWebCache if they have been previously generated. This can dramatically improve performance, especially for larger datasets. Supported map formats include JPEG and PNG. Supported info formats include GeoJSON, GML, HTML, and plain text.
Function: download (CI_OnLineFunctionCode)

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Statement:

OGC web services (WMS and WCS) enabled by PacIOOS via GeoServer. Original data from source provider may have been reformatted, reprojected, or adjusted in other ways to optimize these capabilities.

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Number Of Dimensions:

2

Axis Dimension Properties:

Dimension:

Dimension Name: column (MD_DimensionNameTypeCode)
Dimension Size: 1209
Resolution: 0.00471 degrees_east

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Dimension Name: row (MD_DimensionNameTypeCode)
Dimension Size: 752
Resolution: 0.00471 degrees_north

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Distribution Information

Distributor:

Distributor Contact:

Responsible Party:

Individual Name:
Organization Name: Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System (PacIOOS)
Contact:

Contact Address:

Email: info@pacioos.org

Online Resource:

Linkage: http://pacioos.org
Name: URL for the data publisher
Protocol: http
Description: This URL provides contact information for the publisher of this dataset
Function: information (CI_OnLineFunctionCode)
Contact Role: publisher (CI_RoleCode)

Distributor Transfer Options:

Online Resource:

Linkage: http://geo.pacioos.hawaii.edu/geoserver/
Name: GeoServer
Protocol: http
Description: This URL provides access to this dataset via GeoServer, including multiple output formats and an OpenLayers viewer.
Function: download (CI_OnLineFunctionCode)

Online Resource:

Linkage: http://geo.pacioos.hawaii.edu/geoexplorer/
Name: GeoExplorer
Protocol: http
Description: This URL provides a viewer for this dataset.
Function: download (CI_OnLineFunctionCode)

Online Resource:

Linkage: http://geo.pacioos.hawaii.edu/geoserver/www/metadata/hi_otp_all_wave_anom_max.xml
Name: FGDC metadata
Protocol: text/xml
Description: This URL provides additional metadata for this dataset from the source provider.
Function: information (CI_OnLineFunctionCode)

Online Resource:

Linkage: http://pacioos.org/projects/oceantippingpoints/#data
Name: PacIOOS: Ocean Tipping Points (OTP) Data Viewer
Protocol: http
Description: This URL provides a viewer for this dataset.
Function: download (CI_OnLineFunctionCode)

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Metadata Reference Information

File Identifier:

http://pacioos.org/metadata/iso/hi_otp_all_wave_anom_max.xml

Language:

eng

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Hierarchy Level:

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Hierarchy Level:

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Contact:

Responsible Party:

Individual Name: Carrie Kappel
Organization Name: Ocean Tipping Points (OTP)
Contact:

Contact Address:

Email: kappel@nceas.ucsb.edu

Online Resource:

Linkage: http://oceantippingpoints.org
Protocol: http
Function: information (CI_OnLineFunctionCode)
Contact Role: pointOfContact (CI_RoleCode)

Date Stamp:

March 14, 2017

Metadata Maintenance Information:

Maintenance And Update Frequency: unknown

Maintenance Note:

This record was translated from GeoServer OGC Web Services (OWS) using PacIOOS software.

Metadata Standard Name:

ISO 19115-2 Geographic Information - Metadata Part 2 Extensions for imagery and gridded data

Metadata Standard Version:

ISO 19115-2:2009(E)

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