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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
May 18, 02:30 281 250 233 220 210 222 281 279 281 281
May 18, 02:00 285 173 194 209 221 228 277 278 285 280
May 18, 01:30 278 218 220 220 222 231 283 278 283 280
May 18, 01:00 286 234 223 219 215 229 282 281 286 280
May 18, 00:30 275 234 236 221 217 211 275 275 280 280
May 18, 00:00 283 254 227 229 221 221 273 276 283 280
May 17, 23:30 282 282 218 200 226 229 285 276 282 280
May 17, 23:00 282 259 230 204 218 212 280 282 284 280
May 17, 22:30 280 221 213 208 216 226 273 275 280 278
May 17, 22:00 281 221 210 198 224 216 274 281 283 282
May 17, 21:30 276 262 228 210 212 223 271 276 280 278
May 17, 21:00 280 247 207 207 217 233 264 280 280 280
May 17, 20:30 278 253 219 213 205 206 268 278 281 281
May 17, 20:00 275 244 221 205 218 214 260 275 280 281
May 17, 19:30 275 244 217 214 223 229 264 275 282 282
May 17, 19:00 280 236 210 205 204 218 265 280 278 281
May 17, 18:30 278 252 227 234 223 220 271 278 280 281
May 17, 18:00 278 232 219 206 214 209 274 278 282 282
May 17, 17:30 279 247 221 227 219 215 271 279 281 279
May 17, 17:00 277 246 210 214 220 216 268 277 282 281
May 17, 16:30 276 253 225 218 205 217 268 276 280 281
May 17, 16:00 276 232 225 221 205 215 264 276 279 279
May 17, 15:30 285 256 244 233 208 214 266 275 285 286
May 17, 15:00 282 258 214 204 209 207 276 279 282 281
May 17, 14:30 275 232 218 216 208 234 262 275 282 281
May 17, 14:00 284 210 215 200 204 212 264 276 284 283
May 17, 13:30 285 240 217 223 216 208 260 273 285 281
May 17, 13:00 283 260 222 213 213 217 268 275 283 280
May 17, 12:30 282 262 231 209 211 217 266 277 282 279
May 17, 12:00 286 268 222 207 207 214 269 277 286 279
May 17, 11:30 284 261 227 223 213 206 276 284 284 282
May 17, 11:00 284 249 217 202 218 215 268 275 284 281
May 17, 09:30 287 283 210 201 209 235 272 288 287 280
May 17, 09:00 286 263 219 212 211 233 276 284 286 282
May 17, 08:30 287 228 214 208 223 218 282 286 287 277
May 17, 08:00 285 255 211 208 209 231 276 281 285 279
May 17, 07:30 286 259 211 210 227 233 277 284 286 280
May 17, 07:00 287 267 219 204 213 228 277 284 287 278
May 17, 06:30 285 236 214 224 212 235 277 286 285 278
May 17, 06:00 288 248 226 216 217 232 277 286 288 280
May 17, 05:30 285 244 222 213 210 230 273 284 285 277
May 17, 05:00 289 264 234 217 214 233 269 291 289 280
May 17, 04:30 286 263 226 199 214 223 275 280 286 276
May 17, 04:00 289 280 212 217 212 258 266 284 289 279

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