National Network of Regional Coastal Monitoring Programmes

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Note that these are real-time data and are not quality-controlled. Long-range graphs are plotted from a randomised subsample of half-hourly data.

Scarborough

  

These tide data have undergone full quality control. Poor data is flagged, not removed. A summary of the flagging system is included in the table below.

Full details of the flagging and quality control procedures can be found in the Quality Assurance and Quality Control of Tide Data handbook.

In subsequent use of the data, please use the following attribution:

Copyright: Scarborough BC
Acknowledgement: Northeast Regional Coastal Monitoring Programme

Tide QC Data















FlagDescription
0Not used
1Good data
2Interpolated value
3Doubtful value, typically not used
4Isolated spike or wrong value
5Correct but extreme value
6Reference change detected, typically not used
7Constant values, i.e. flat-lining
8Out of range
9Missing data