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Wave energy and mean wave direction resolved into 9 bands

As requested by the US Army Corps of Engineers, CDIP has special data formats for wave energy and direction.
9-bands: 2-6, 6-8, 8-10, 10-12, 12-14, 14-16, 16-18, 18-22 & 22+ seconds
Spectral processing performed on 1600-second samples
For each band, equivalent Hs = 4*sqrt(Band Energy)
Wave direction in each band represents the average, in support of coastal process studies

Band Direction

waveTime
Dp ° 22+ 22-18 18-16 16-14 14-12 12-10 10-8 8-6 6-2
Feb 04, 08:00 333 344 9 355 356 350 359 17 358 333
Feb 04, 07:30 333 333 335 347 331 331 337 359 356 333
Feb 04, 07:00 327 339 318 318 321 331 348 6 355 327
Feb 04, 06:30 324 324 325 342 343 341 17 7 353 324
Feb 04, 06:00 320 334 320 303 315 322 318 357 352 320
Feb 04, 05:30 317 331 325 323 313 331 333 2 350 317
Feb 04, 05:00 317 316 311 330 323 312 323 358 352 317
Feb 04, 04:30 319 341 333 304 335 317 343 12 355 319
Feb 04, 04:00 320 330 319 312 330 315 299 351 355 320
Feb 04, 03:30 317 330 313 317 307 307 323 356 351 317
Feb 04, 03:00 319 314 315 309 307 308 275 358 354 319
Feb 04, 02:30 317 337 322 326 327 315 314 359 349 317
Feb 04, 02:00 315 355 320 308 337 313 300 352 350 315
Feb 04, 01:30 317 320 303 305 315 306 301 339 349 317
Feb 04, 01:00 319 1 311 326 314 339 317 353 353 319
Feb 04, 00:30 319 300 331 343 312 321 347 356 352 319
Feb 04, 00:00 318 323 328 300 312 328 330 347 345 318
Feb 03, 23:30 317 330 320 317 336 331 166 358 350 317
Feb 03, 23:00 314 327 312 314 320 304 356 28 349 314
Feb 03, 22:30 315 330 313 332 324 305 320 38 352 315
Feb 03, 22:00 320 336 332 318 335 318 17 339 352 320
Feb 03, 21:30 329 341 346 335 344 342 28 11 355 329
Feb 03, 21:00 332 328 340 316 342 20 92 34 354 332
Feb 03, 20:30 331 331 337 330 337 4 105 18 357 331
Feb 03, 20:00 330 335 334 332 317 3 96 83 358 330
Feb 03, 19:30 333 338 314 311 332 347 56 15 358 333
Feb 03, 19:00 331 332 346 341 346 349 97 84 356 331
Feb 03, 18:30 331 318 312 328 334 304 71 51 2 331
Feb 03, 18:00 331 358 347 336 334 348 98 21 357 331
Feb 03, 17:30 333 347 350 55 326 356 92 90 360 333
Feb 03, 17:00 335 335 334 347 346 59 109 105 357 335
Feb 03, 16:30 340 350 331 317 340 331 101 70 356 340
Feb 03, 16:00 341 324 336 347 333 334 78 47 355 341
Feb 03, 15:30 343 351 348 8 345 337 125 58 360 343
Feb 03, 15:00 342 352 344 349 342 11 35 46 360 342
Feb 03, 14:30 340 327 336 346 352 12 69 34 355 340
Feb 03, 14:00 333 331 326 322 328 69 79 108 359 333
Feb 03, 13:30 323 326 322 326 321 330 136 94 323 323
Feb 03, 13:00 310 325 319 333 326 21 110 102 189 310
Feb 03, 12:30 300 325 304 328 326 58 106 118 177 300
Feb 03, 12:00 273 272 316 272 7 92 120 108 175 273
Feb 03, 11:30 255 259 244 274 225 156 92 119 176 255
Feb 03, 11:00 235 229 248 243 189 136 126 123 174 235
Feb 03, 10:30 233 195 234 233 218 99 116 121 174 233

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