The ROMS model is produced and distributed by Dr. Yi Chao and his team at UCLA through the Joint Institute for Regional Earth System Science and Engineering and the west coast office of Remote Sensing Solutions, Inc.
Features and Limitations:
- Depth menu: Clicking on one of these will update the ROMS layer so that the depth selected is displayed. Due to fixed colorbars, you may see black spaces or no data at all. This indicates that data are out of the color scale range.
- Coming Soon: Currently only most recent time is displayed. Time menu: Selecting one of these will update the ROMS nowcast model that’s displayed.
- Coming Soon: Checkboxes: Use these to toggle layers on and off. Bathymetry will be displayed below the ROMS model output.
- Radio buttons: The radio buttons control the ROMS model variable shown. Only one ROMS model variable can be shown at any time.
- Coming Soon: From/To/Lat/Lon/Depth: These input fields control the cross-section tool, allowing for higher precision selection of a cross-section. Cross-sections can only be generated if 2 markers have been selected.
- Coming Soon: A vertical profile will always be generated at every point selected.
- Coming Soon: Info window: The info window is used to display useful information about the location where you last clicked. If you have the cross-section tool enabled, you will see a cross section plot for the current variable. Otherwise, you will find a vertical profile plot for Salinity, Temperature, and Ocean Currents.
- Image Generation: Images aren’t generated on-demand with IE.
- Interpolation: The cross-section interpolation mechanism was optimized for speed. The trade-off is accuracy in spacing. You may notice interpolation artifacts with steep slopes.
- Interpolation: Horizontal and vertical cross-sections may not work.
- Drosophila melanogaster (ie: Your bugs may vary)
For more information on ROMS, please visit the ROMS website.
This model output has been produced and provided by by Dr. Yi Chao and his team at UCLA through the Joint Institute for Regional Earth System Science and Engineering and the west coast office of Remote Sensing Solutions, Inc. Usual latency can range from 12 to 24 hours.
This data and modeled output should not be used for navigational purposes. No warranty is either expressed or implied. Map content is subject to change without notice. Permission has been granted by Dr.Yi Chao for the publication of the ROMS model output here on the SCCOOS website.