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Manzanillo-B (Mexico) Site History
|Latitude||19° 03.0' N|
|Longitude||104° 20.0' W|
|Time Reference||GMT (hours 00-23)|
|Contributor||National Ocean Service (NOS)
National Ocean. and Atmos. Administration (NOAA)
|Instrument Type||Aquatrak acoustic gauge, NOAA Next Generation Water Level Measuring System (NGWLMS)|
|Site of Gauge||The house is at the southwest of Naval Pier:
it is a standard 4x6ft fibreglass house.
Recording equipment is bolted to the tide house wall.
The data are referred to tide staff zero which is linked to fixed benchmarks. 40 feet were subtracted from the originator's data to fit the TOGA format.
Tide Gauge Benchmark (TGBM) Description
Primary benchmark is DGOM 9501 A 1992.
November 1992 site report states 'next inspection will connect Historic BM 1 1953, 2A 1956, 3 1952, 4 1952, 5, 1952, 6 1956, 7 1956.'
DGOM 9501 B 1992
DGOM 9501 C 1992
DGOM 9501 D 1992
DGOM E 1992
DGOM F 1992
Quality Assessment by the UH Sea Level Center
The daily and monthly values do not reveal any obvious reference level shifts or trends.
The timing is good.
This series is distinguished from Manzanillo-A because they are not linked to the same bench marks.
A Tsunami of 9 October 1995 is evident.
|Year||CI(%)||Missing Data||Replaced Gaps or Bad Data||Questionable Fluctuations|