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NOAA's Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services (CO-OPS) maintains a network of water level gauges along the Atlantic coast and in the Gulf of Mexico. During the hurricane season (June through November) CO-OPS personnel actively maintain and monitor theses gauges during storm events. Data from these stations can be triggered for real-time monitoring in storm surge mode and accessed at Tides Online (www.tidesonline.nos.noaa.gov) or by accessing water level observations on the CO-OPS homepage at http://www.co-ops.nos.noaa.gov. There are approximately 86 water level stations from Wilmington, NC to Port Isabel, TX that are operated by CO-OPS and through a NOAA partnership with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), Bureau of Mapping and Surveying. CO-OPS personnel actively maintained and monitored water level stations which provided valuable data from 30 water level stations during the 2004 passing of Hurricane IVAN. Hurricane IVAN made landfall as a 105 kt, Category 3 hurricane at approximately 0650 UTC 16 September near Gulf Shores, AL. After traveling north through Alabama and on into the midatlantic region remnants of IVAN turned south crossed back over Florida as an extra tropical low reentered the Gulf and made landfall as a tropical depression near Cameron, LA around 0200 UTC 24 September. IVAN impacted stations from Vaca Key on Florida's southern east coast to Port Isabel in southern Texas.
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