Station summaryDATG

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    Tide Gauge
IGS-type acronym : DATG
Latitude : 14.67620000
Longitude : -17.42040000
Installed date : 2017-11-11
Decommissioned date :
Country : SENEGAL
Station status : No data for 30 days (orange)
Distance to Tide Gauge (m) : 1
Domes Nr.: 34107M002
Station operator: Unknown
IGS-like station form :

GPS position times seriesDATG


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Offsets (mm)

MMaterial change or malfunction
RFReference Frame change
NANot available
Position discontinuity
Velocity discontinuity
Vertical component
East component
North Component

Data available at SONELDATG

Quality plots on RINEX filesDATG

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

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Observations & tracking performance Satellite tracking

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Co-located instrumentsDATG

Photo albumDATG


If you have a relevant reference to suggest, please send-us an e-mail : sonel@sonel.org
  • puce Le Cozannet, Raucoules et al., 2015. Vertical ground motion and historical sea-level records in Dakar(Senegal). Environmental Research Letters. Get this reference
  • puce Woodworth, Aman et al., 2007. Sea level monitoring in Africa. African Journal of Marine Science. Get this reference

History of the stationDATG

Installation de la station les 9-10-11 novembre 2017 au cours d'une mission SONEL avec L.Testut, T.Donal, E.Poirier, I. Sakho et le soutien local de la DTGC (Direction des Travaux Géographiques et Cartographiques).

Log bookDATG

2019-07-31 (31/07/2019)

DATG station is down since day 199 (18th July 2019). DTGC is aware of it. This may be due to power loss when solar panels are not clean or perhaps batteries become old. It is planned to replace them by September.