Station Name Position (N and W, except where indicated) AWIPS and WMO Header
Latitude Longitude
Points for Wave Spectra from the Alaska Waters (AKW) Regional Wave Model
Eastern Gulf of Alaska Points
46004 50.97 135.20 AGGA47 KWBJ
46184 53.90 138.80 AGGA47 KWBJ
46205 51.17 134.33 AGGA47 KWBJ
46207 50.86 129.91 AGGA47 KWBJ
46208 52.50 132.70 AGGA47 KWBJ
46083 58.25 138.00 AGGA47 KWBJ
Canadian Points
46005 46.05 131.02 AGPZ47 KWBJ
46029 46.12 124.50 AGPZ47 KWBJ
46036 48.90 133.90 AGPZ47 KWBJ
46041 47.42 124.52 AGPZ47 KWBJ
46132 49.73 127.92 AGPZ47 KWBJ
46206 48.84 126.00 AGPZ47 KWBJ
Western Gulf of Alaska Points
46001 56.30N 148.30W AGGA48 KWBJ
46066 52.65 155.00 AGGA48 KWBJ
Bering Sea Points
46035 57.00 177.70 AGPN48 KWBJ


0 - means Pacific Ocean, particularly in proximity to U.S. held islands (Hawaii and Guam's areas of responsibility)
1 - means proximity to NE Atlantic States from Virginia northward
2 - means proximity to SE Atlantic States from North Carolina southward and Puerto Rico
4 - means proximity to southern Gulf of Mexico states
6 - means proximity to Pacific States and southern British Columbia
7 - means proximity to Panhandle of Alaska and northern British Columbia (Juneau's areas of responsibility)
8 - means proximity to southern and southwestern Alaska (Anchorage's areas of responsibility)

NT - Western Atlantic
GX - Gulf of Mexico
CA - Caribbean Sea
PZ - Eastern Pacific
GA - Gulf of Alaska
PN - North Pacific including Bering Sea
AC - Arctic Ocean
HW - Hawaiian Waters
PW - Western Pacific
XT - Tropical Belt
PS - South Pacific

N is the NOAA WAVEWATCH III global wave model
A is the Alaska Waters regional wave model
W is the Western North Atlantic regional wave model
H is the North Atlantic Hurricane regional wave model
E is the Eastern North Pacific regional wave model
P is the Eastern Pacific Hurricane regional wave model
X is the Western North Pacific regional wave model
T is the Western Pacific Typhoon regional wave model