DELILAH 1990 Experiment Data Server

/del90/ data directory page
This page leads to DELILAH Experiment data organized in columnar ASCII files for easy access and use. The database structure uses software originally developed by the Joint Global Ocean Flux (dksrvOF) experiment.

Please note: this data server is still under construction and additional data sets will be added as they become available.

Data Acknowledgement Policy
The data available here are intended for scholarly use by the academic and scientific community, with the express understanding that any such use will properly acknowledge the originating investigator and sponsor and that all customary courtesies and privileges attached to data use will be strictly honored. To facilitate this policy, data are organized by collecting investigator and supporting documents include acknowledging information. In addition, to help us maintain a reference list of publications, please send citation information to Kent Hathaway at the FRF.
For help on accessing data or using the server click the "Server Help" button above
The DELILAH Experiment report is available via the web, pdf format, or a paper copy can be requested.
Published report:
Birkemeier, W. A., Donoghue, C., Long, C. E., Hathaway, K. K., and Baron, C. F., 1997, "The DELILAH Nearshore Experiment: Summary Data Report," US Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS. (For a copy, contact the Field Research Facility)

FRF: Birkemeier, Long, Hathaway

  • 8m waves directional wave statistics from 8-m depth
  • 8m_spec (FTP Download only) directional wave spectra from the 8-m wave array
  • Waves wave height and peak period at multiple depths
  • Meteorology meteoroligical data
  • Tide measured & predicted water levels
  • Bathymetry daily minigrid 3D survey data
  • Gridded bathymetry of daily minigrid surveys

    Argus Video Data

  • Video Data Argus02 hourly video images from FRF tower
  • Runup video analysis of wave runup

    DELILAH Array Instrumentation

  • Readme contains important information on quality of data
  • Gages - nearshore experimentation statistics
  • FTP data spectra, time series, plots.
  • Feedback
    This is a developing database. Please send comments, critiques, suggestions, and data to Kent Hathaway at the FRF. DELILAH data server was developed by the US Army Corps of Engineers Field Research Facility under the sponsorship of the Office of Naval Research, Coastal Dynamics Program and the Coastal Research Program of the US Army Corps of Engineers