The UK National Tide Gauge Network is owned and operated by the Environment Agency on behalf of the UK Coastal Flood Forecasting service (a partnership between the Environment Agency, Natural Resources Wales, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency and Northern Ireland Department for Infrastructure – Rivers. It records tidal elevations at 44 locations around the UK coast. Data is made available in near real time with measurements reported every 15 mins. The measurements provide mean sea level within each 15 min window and are reported both relative to local datum (unit m) and relative to the Ordnance Datum at Newlyn (unit mAOD).
Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) Tide Gauge Network, provide a long time series of sea level data.
This layer shows tidal gauges or river gauges below MHWS.
Marine Scotland is a Directorate of the Scottish Government and is responsible for the integrated management of Scotland's seas. This dataset shows the location of Marine Scotland laboratories, field stations, fishery offices, and policy teams throughout Scotland. Also includes home ports for marine protection vessels (MPVs) and home base for Marine Scotland aircraft. Building polygons were also added to Open Street Map to be visible on the National Marine Plan Interactive (NMPi) basemap.
A point shapefile depicting locations of ship-to-ship hydrocarbon cargo transfers at Nigg (Cromarty Firth), Scapa Flow (Orkney) and Sullom Voe (Shetland) authorised by Shetland Islands Council, Orkney Islands Council and Cromarty Firth Port Authority.