14 datasets found

None: Maritime Services Groups: SLIP Marine and Estuaries

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  • WA Coastal Primary Compartments (DOT-014)

    Coastal compartments are structural features relating to geological features and landforms that can be used to provide a framework for planning and management of the coastline....
  • WA Coastal Secondary Compartments (DOT-015)

    Coastal compartments are structural features relating to geological features and landforms that can be used to provide a framework for planning and management of the coastline....
  • Wave Stations Department of Transport WA (DOT-024)

    DOT wave data is collected using Datawell wave rider buoys. Older wave data was collected using non-directional wave rider buoys. As technology advanced and directional...
  • AWAC - Acoustic Wave and Current Stations (DOT-026)

    Short term acoustic wave and current data is collected using Nortek AWAC instruments. The AWAC instruments are deployed on a fixed mooring on the sea bed. The instruments are...
  • Tide Stations Department of Transport WA (DOT-025)

    Tide Stations: Water level observations are in centimetres (unless otherwise stated) and are typically in intervals of 60, 15, 5 or 2 minutes (specified in the header). All...
  • Point Survey Index (DOT-021)

    Bounding boxes for DOT hydrographic point surveys (Singlebeam, levels) including URL to zipped point files stored on Amazon cloud. This polygon feature class represents the...
  • WA Coastal Regions (DOT-017)

    WA Coastal Regions are administration boundaries relating to geological features and coastal landforms that can be used to provide a framework for planning and management of the...
  • Cell Exclusions (DOT-013)

    Sediment cells are spatially discrete areas of the coast within which marine and terrestrial landforms are likely to be connected through processes of sediment exchange, often...
  • Tertiary Sediment Cell Boundary (DOT-012)

    Sediment cells are spatially discrete areas of the coast within which marine and terrestrial landforms are likely to be connected through processes of sediment exchange, often...
  • Secondary Sediment Cell Boundary (DOT-011)

    Sediment cells are spatially discrete areas of the coast within which marine and terrestrial landforms are likely to be connected through processes of sediment exchange, often...
  • Primary Sediment Cell Boundary (DOT-010)

    Sediment cells are spatially discrete areas of the coast within which marine and terrestrial landforms are likely to be connected through processes of sediment exchange, often...
  • Tertiary Cell Boundary Point (DOT-009)

    Sediment cells are spatially discrete areas of the coast within which marine and terrestrial landforms are likely to be connected through processes of sediment exchange, often...
  • Secondary Cell Boundary Point (DOT-008)

    Sediment cells are spatially discrete areas of the coast within which marine and terrestrial landforms are likely to be connected through processes of sediment exchange, often...
  • Primary Cell Boundary Point (DOT-007)

    Sediment cells are spatially discrete areas of the coast within which marine and terrestrial landforms are likely to be connected through processes of sediment exchange, often...
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