Interannual variation
170-011 Aberdeen I & II, UK

[Data for 1862-1931 are monthly mean tide level & a datum offset correction of 0.015 m was applied based on the systematic difference in datum between the stations during the period of overlap. Station relocated in February 1973]

Source Data & Additional Metadata
The plot shows the interannual variation of monthly mean sea level and the 5-month running average. The average seasonal cycle and linear sea level trend have been removed. Interannual variation is caused by irregular fluctuations in coastal ocean temperatures, salinities, winds, atmospheric pressures, and ocean currents. The interannual variation for many Pacific stations is closely related to the El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO).

If present, solid vertical lines indicate times of any major earthquakes in the vicinity of the station and dashed vertical lines bracket any periods of questionable data.

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Interannual Variation since 1990 - Aberdeen I & II, UK - Sea Level Trends - NOAA Tides & Currents