SAN FRANCISCO

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Station summaryUCSF

Showing all stations within 1000 km of the observed station Active station No data for 30 days Decommissioned No observations in SONEL (Survey) Not co-located with observed station
Showing all stations within 1000 km of the observed station Available data / Station OK Available data / Problem(s) detected Does not work No longer exists Foreign partner management Not co-located with observed station
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  • GPS Tide Gauge DORIS
IGS-type acronym : UCSF
Latitude : 37.76300000
Longitude : -122.45820000
Installed date : 2007-05-12
Decommissioned date :
Country : U.S.A.
City : POINT BLUNT
Station status : active (green)
Distance to Tide Gauge (m) : 4850
Domes Nr.:
Station operator: Unknown
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GPS position times seriesUCSF



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MMaterial change or malfunction
EEarthquake
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BibliographyUCSF

If you have a relevant reference to suggest, please send-us an e-mail : sonel@sonel.org
  • puce Breaker, Ruzmaikin, 2013. Estimating Rates of Acceleration Based on the 157-Year Record of Sea Level from San Francisco, California, U.S.A. Journal of Coastal Research. Get this reference
  • puce Miller, Douglas, 2007. Gyre-scale atmospheric pressure variations and their relation to 19th and 20th century sea level rise. Geophysical Research Letters. Get this reference