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by ROSAME last modified Oct 12, 2012 04:02 PM

Saint-Paul tide gauge (-38° 42.7' South, 77° 32.3' East) s situated in the crater of a partially immersed volcano which communicates with ocean. It was installed in 1994.
Situation of Saint-Paul tide gauge
Carte Saint Paul

It contains a PM36S MarArgos automatic tide gauge station which activates, every 20 mn, measurements of:
- atmospheric pressure with a Vaisala sensor;
- bottom pressure, sea water temperature and conductivity with an Aanderaa WLR7 sensor.
Measurements are real time transmitted, via Argos system, to LEGOS.
Saint-Paul tide gauge

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