KEY BISCAYNE, MIAMI

Station summaryMIA3

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 : MIA3
Latitude : 25.73280000
Longitude : -80.16020000
Installed date : 1998-06-02
Decommissioned date : 2010-03-09
Country : U.S.A.
City : KEY BISCAYNE, MIAMI
Station status : Decommissioned (white and red cross)
Distance to Tide Gauge (m) : 654
Domes Nr.: 49914M001
Station operator: (USCG) - U.S. Coast guard
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GPS position times seriesMIA3



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MMaterial change or malfunction
EEarthquake
RFReference Frame change
UUnknown
NANot available
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Data available at SONELMIA3



Quality plots on RINEX filesMIA3

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BibliographyMIA3

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  • puce Piecuch, 2020. Likely weakening of the Florida Current during the past century revealed by sea-level observations. Nature Communications. Get this reference BibTeX of the reference