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Station 42020 (LLNR 1405) – CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – 60NM SSE of Corpus Christi, TX

Owned and maintained by National Data Buoy Center
3-meter foam buoy
SCOOP payload
26.968 N 96.693 W (26°58’5″ N 96°41’33” W)

Site elevation: sea level
Air temp height: 3.7 m above site elevation
Anemometer height: 4.1 m above site elevation
Barometer elevation: 2.7 m above mean sea level
Sea temp depth: 1.5 m below water line
Water depth: 84.1 m
Watch circle radius: 151 yards

Conditions at 42020 as of
(8:40 pm CST on 11/15/2020)
0240 GMT on 11/16/2020:

Click on the graph icon in the table below to see a time series plot of the last five days of that observation.

These wave data are displayed in rounded times.

Click on the graph icon in the table below to see a time series plot of the last five days of that observation.

Links which are specific to this station are listed below:

Real Time Data in tabular form for the last forty-five days.

Historical Data & Climatic Summaries for quality controlled data for the current month, previous months, and previous years.

The weekly status report and the weekly maintenance report also provide valuable station information.

Note that the payload types and the station locations occasionally change.
Please refer to the NDBC data inventory for the data history of each station.

National Data Buoy Center – Recent observations from buoy 42020 (26.968N 96.693W) – CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – 60NM SSE of Corpus Christi, TX.

42020

This document establishes a set of process descriptions for the governance and management of a collection of architectures and the architecting of entities. This document also establishes an enablement process description that provides support to these other architecture processes.

The processes defined in this document are applicable for a single project, as well as for an organization performing multiple projects. These processes are applicable throughout the life of an architecture or a collection of architectures. These processes are applicable for managing and performing the activities within any stage in the life cycle of the architecture entities.

Annex D describes the relationships between this document and other standards.

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