A system of computer programs for the analysis of tidal gauging data (TIGA) / R.G. Bell and J.H. Burton

By: Bell, R.G.
Contributor(s): Burton, J.H. (NIWA. Hamilton) | Water Quality Centre (Hamilton, N.Z.).
Series: Internal report / Water Quality Centre, Hamilton: no. 86/20Publisher: Hamilton, N.Z. : Hamilton Science Centre, 1986Description: 28 leaves ; 30 cm.Report number: HPW-IR--86/20Subject(s): TIDAL FLOW | COMPUTER SYSTEMS | DATA | WATER QUALITY In: Internal report / Water Quality Centre, HamiltonSummary: This report describes a system of four computer programs (TIGA) designed for the processing and analysis of data measured during a tidal gauging of an estuarine cross-section. The four FORTRAN programs are : (i) SECTWL - processes tide level time-series and cross-section bathymetry; (ii) PROCESS - processes raw data (velocity, salinity and temperature); (iii) PROFILE - coputes vertical profiles; (iv) FLUX - coputes fluxes, residual velocities and vertically averaged parameters. The data output from FLUX can be used to plot various results.
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This report describes a system of four computer programs (TIGA) designed for the processing and analysis of data measured during a tidal gauging of an estuarine cross-section. The four FORTRAN programs are : (i) SECTWL - processes tide level time-series and cross-section bathymetry; (ii) PROCESS - processes raw data (velocity, salinity and temperature); (iii) PROFILE - coputes vertical profiles; (iv) FLUX - coputes fluxes, residual velocities and vertically averaged parameters. The data output from FLUX can be used to plot various results.

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