National Weather Service Wave Forecasting Rutgers and MARACOOS are working with NOAA Weather Forecasting Office (WFO) Philadelphia to develop wave measurements from High Frequency (HF) radar. The HF radars traditionally provide surface current measurements that are utilized by NOAA and US Coast Guard. Another measurement that is under development is wave height, period and direction. […]
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Rutgers had to retire the High Frequency radar installation at Cape May Point, New Jersey this September. The radar installation was hosted at the Saint Mary by-the-Sea Retreat House and is closing permanently on September 24, 2021. Saint Mary by-the-Sea was a retreat house sponsored by the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of […]
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