MET Norway collaborates with the Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) and the National Public Roads Administration (NPRA) for planning and operation of a safe and more sustainable coastal infrastructure.
Our models provide input to the coastal wave forecast at barentswatch.no with marinograms (Figure 1) and boundary conditions.
We handle atmospheric and ocean measurements on behalf of NPRA and NCA. The observations are distributed freely. Observations are crucial for forecasting, weather surveillance and model verification and development.
Browse historical and real time measurements here: https://svv-verifikasjon.met.no/
- Offshore and coastal real-time comparison between model and observations: https://svv-verifikasjon.met.no/buoys-extra/
- Comparison of observations and modelled wind speed: https://svv-verifikasjon.met.no/wind/
- Comparison of observations and modelled wave variabales: https://svv-verifikasjon.met.no/wave/
NPRA Coastal highway E39 observations in Møre and Romsdal are available from:
Measurements from the buoys that NCA operates are available from:
- https://thredds.met.no/thredds/catalog/obs/kystverketbuoy/catalog.html and our observation API: frost.met.no / seklima.met.no.
Christakos, Konstantinos (2021) Wind-generated waves in fjords and coastal areas, Doctoral thesis, available at: https://bora.uib.no/bora-xmlui/handle/11250/2771177
Furevik, B. R., Ágústsson, H., Borg, A. L., Midjiyawa, Z., Nyhammer, F., and Gausen, M. (2020) Meteorological observations in tall masts for the mapping of atmospheric flow in Norwegian fjords, Earth Syst. Sci. Data, 12, 3621–3640, https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-12-3621-2020.
Midjiyawa, Zakari (2022) Turbulence characterisation in complex fjord topography using measurement and numerical modelling for bridge design, Doctoral thesis, available at: https://ntnuopen.ntnu.no/ntnu-xmlui/handle/11250/2987114