GLOSS Station Handbook

Station information sheet

GLOSS number36
Station name


Time zone090E, GMT + 6hrs
Latitude (+ve N)22.33333
Longitude (+ve E)91.83333
Observation period(s)1961-1968, 1977-1996
Responsible countryBangladesh
Authority responsible
for tide gauge
Engineering Department, BIWT Authority, Dhaka, Bangladesh
GLOSS contactBangladesh
Committed to GLOSSNo
Digital dataYes
Real-time data availableNo
Tide gauge benchmarksBM = 6.226m CD (Established on 20 July 1992). Location: BIWTA BM is situated on the top step (Plinth) BIWTA pump house. The BM is located about 125 feet North of Auto Gauge Structure.
Benchmark relationshipsBM is 6.226m above chart datum (CD)
Auxiliary benchmarksBM 6.56m (21.54ft) and its CD value is (-) 0.322m (based on data analysis for the year 1978). Location: On the southern side of the two storied building near the Sadarghat in the compound of port trust colony about 400 feet from gauge.
Data at PSMSL 
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MSL methodmean of hourly heights
PSMSL code1496
Additional information 
Other relevant informationPSMSL hold data for other gauges at Chittagong: Khal #10 (PSMSL Code 510/010 1983-1992) Sadarghat (PSMSL Code 510/011 1937-1948, 1956-1961, 1977-1991) Patenga Point (PSMSL Code 510/021 1954-1960) T.M. Compound (PSMSL Code 510/023 1960-1968) Juldia Point (PSMSL Code 510/025 1961-1968)
Nearest Met. stationMet. Office, Chittagong
Last updated1997-11-20

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