Numerical modeling and hindcast data 

Coastal and offshore studies rely on quality atmospheric and oceanographic data to ensure that the ambient and climate extremes are appropriately considered. 
Numerical hindcasting techniques provide an efficient and cost-effective method to generate these data. It is a rapidly deployable, powerful tool for providing information on metocean parameters going back to 1979. 
It provides vital inputs to optimize commercial marine operations and structures' safety, efficiency, and durability.  
We run the latest models and use the most advanced techniques. 
With local measurements for calibration and validation, the atmospheric and oceanic (including coastal) processes and extreme historical events are replicated with high accuracy. 

Metocean hindcast data

You receive an accurate, localized, long-term record of marine conditions worldwide at any open ocean or coastal location. Metocean data is available as gridded data (for spatial analysis), statistics, or time series. Our hindcast archives include the following metocean parameters:

Wind Data - wind speed and direction

Wave Data - Wave hight, period, and direction for total, swel, and wind sea

Currents - Tidal, residual, and combined

Water Level - Tidal height/elevation, surge

2D Wave Spectra

Extra Services:

When required, we can conduct additional detailed modeling for critical operations and/or complex environments. 
We can also run detailed models for landfall locations, estuarine, and ports.
Modeling capabilities include: 

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