Data

Ferryscope systematically collects Rrs measurements on several ferries in the Baltic Sea. The figures show data acquisitions of the previous week, two weeks, a month, and a year.

one year one week

 

one week
one week

two weeks
two weeks

one month
one month

one year
one year

The prototype service for Rrs data as well as the data itself is provided by SYKE. You can access it at http://ferryscope.ymparisto.fi/Rflex. An example script in Python to download Rrs data is retrieve-rrs.py. The monthly Rrs data as CSV files (consider downloading and opening in a tool) are:

rrs-23-2013-07.txt  
rrs-23-2013-08.txt  
rrs-23-2013-09.txt  
rrs-23-2014-03.txt  
rrs-23-2014-04.txt  
rrs-23-2014-05.txt  
rrs-23-2014-06.txt  
rrs-23-2014-07.txt rrs-33-2014-07.txt
rrs-23-2014-08.txt rrs-33-2014-08.txt
rrs-23-2014-09.txt rrs-33-2014-09.txt
rrs-23-2015-04.txt rrs-33-2015-04.txt
rrs-23-2015-05.txt rrs-33-2015-05.txt
rrs-23-2015-06.txt rrs-33-2015-06.txt
rrs-23-2015-07.txt rrs-33-2015-07.txt
rrs-23-2015-08.txt rrs-33-2015-08.txt
rrs-23-2015-09.txt rrs-33-2015-09.txt

Please credit the FerryScope project and SYKE as the origin of this dataset if you use it.

Matchups of Rrs data with FerryBox data from Finnmaid provide a subset of the Rrs measurements. They can be retrieved from the same WFS service. The monthly Rrs+FerryBox data as CSV files (consider downloading and opening in a tool) are:

rrs-23b-2015-04.txt  
rrs-23b-2015-05.txt  
rrs-23b-2015-06.txt  
rrs-23b-2015-07.txt  
rrs-23b-2015-08.txt  
rrs-23b-2015-09.txt  

Please credit also the FerryBox project and SYKE as the origin of this combined dataset if you use it.

We have started generating matchups of the in-situ data with MODIS.