GLOSS Station Handbook

Station information sheet

General                                  
GLOSS number325
Station name

Toyama

CountryJapan
Time zone135E (GMT + 9 hr)
Latitude (+ve N)36.46
Longitude (+ve E)137.14
Observation period(s)1967-2002
Responsible countryJapan
Authority responsible
for tide gauge
Japan Meteorological Agency 1-3-4 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku Tokyo, Japan
Committed to GLOSSYes
OperationalYes
Instrumentation 
FloatYes
PressureNo
BubblerNo
AcousticNo
RadarNo
Data
Digital dataYes
Data acquisition rateOriginal data is analogue with the digitised data having an hourly interval.
Fast delivery data at UHSLCDownload h349.dat from UHSLC   Format documentation for UHSLC data
High frequency data at BODCDownload g325.zip from BODC   View Toyama site history  
High frequency data at UHSLCDownload h349a.zip from UHSLC   Download documentation qa349a.dmt from UHSLC   Format documentation for UHSLC data
Real-time data availableYes
Benchmarks 
Benchmark relationshipsAll data are referred to a Datum Line (DL) associated with the tide gauge. The Standard Mark (SM) is physically located near the tide gauge and is directly leveled to a First Order Bench Mark of the Geographical Survey Institute. The SM is 3.900m above the DL and 2.863m above the TP (mean sea level of Tokyo Bay, or Peil).
Data at PSMSL 
Annual MSL (RLR) dataDownload annual MSL (RLR) data for Toyama
Annual MSL (RLR) plotView annual MSL (RLR) plot for Toyama
PSMSL code1389
Other relevant codesUHSLC 349A
Additional information 
Last updated2005-02-16

Related BODC pages

Sea level portal      World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE) — Sea  level
UK Tide Gauge Network     Climate Variability and Predictability (CLIVAR)
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Related external links

Global Sea Level Observing System (GLOSS)     Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL)
University of Hawai`i Sea Level Centre (UHSLC)  World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE)

 

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