MARIANA ISLAND

Station summaryCNMR

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 : CNMR
Latitude : 15.22969723
Longitude : 145.74308777
Installed date : 2003-08-07
Decommissioned date :
Country : U.S.A.
City : SAIPAN
Station status : No data for 30 days (orange)
Distance to Tide Gauge (m) : 600
Domes Nr.: 50512M001
Station operator: Unknown
IGS-like station form :

GPS position times seriesCNMR



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Offsets (mm)

MMaterial change or malfunction
EEarthquake
UUnknown
Position discontinuity
Velocity discontinuity
     
   
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Data available at SONELCNMR



Quality plots on RINEX filesCNMR

Quality plots on RINEX files of CNMR Quality plots on RINEX files of CNMR Royal Observatory of Belgium

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[IGSSTATION-7446] - 2018-11-01 (08/11/2018)

Typhoon Yutu has devastated parts of Saipan. We have lost contact
with station CNMR since 2018-297, Oct 24.

The status of the station CNMR is unknown and ETA for repair is also
unknown. First reports indicate it will take, at the very least,
months to restore power.

Our thoughts are with our colleagues in the region.