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     Real time data of the RAPID MOC monitoring array at 26.5°N
Welcome to the RAPID Meridional Overturning Circulation real time data pages.
We hope you find the web site useful and would appreciate your comments.
Overview   Instrumentation   Telemetry system
Find out more about the real time data of the RAPID MOC monitoring array. [more]
© MOC schematic
  Description of the instrumentation recording real time data. [more]  
© UK telemetry buoy
Description of the telemetry systems in use, including development reports and technical details. [more]
   
© Mooring deployment
   
Data Restricted access
© Real time data plots
View graphical displays of the real time data and of the Florida Current transport. [more] Data viewing and download facility. Area restricted to project participants only. [more]
© Real time data plots

These web pages form part of the Monitoring the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation at 26.5° North (RAPID MOC) project. RAPID MOC is funded by the Natural Environment Research Council's Rapid Climate Change (RAPID) programme and its continuation RAPID-WATCH.

Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory  
We wish to thank the scientists involved in the Florida Current Transport Project at the Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) for allowing us to display their data.
 
If you experience any difficulties, please contact the RAPID team at BODC.
 
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