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The OOI is pleased to announce the release of the OOI Machine-to-Machine (M2M) interface for data download. The M2M interface provides programmatic access to OOI data and metadata via a RESTful Application Programming Interface (API). It allows authenticated users to request small amounts of data via synchronous JSON requests, request larger amounts of data in […]

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An Acousitic Doppler Current Profiler (four blue-red cyllinders with yellow housing) is installed at the base of Axial Seamount near PN3A on ROPOS Dive R1735. It is housed within the medium powered junction box MJ03A. Photo Credit: NSF-OOI/UW/CSSF; Dive R1735; V14
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WEBINAR: Dec. 1, 2017 Cabled Array Staff Consultation

Friday, December 1, 2017 at 10 AM PST/1 PM EST Cabled Array staff will provide an overview of the Cabled Array infrastructure currently deployed as well as engineering specifics including connectors, communication capabilities, testing procedures, and general timeline. The goal of the webinar is to provide researchers interested in adding instrumentation-infrastructure onto the Cabled Array […]

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From the Director

OOI Update – Fall 2017

Letter from the Director OOI User Community and Colleagues, As leaves begin to change here in DC we have teed up a Fall Newsletter. We have had LOTS of other activities occurring over the past few months which kept our staff here at the Program Management Office (PMO) and university teams very busy. Let’s start […]

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Axial Seamount Earthquake Catalog
by William Wilcock

New Community Tool – Near Real Time Earthquake Catalog

A new Community Tool, created by Dr. William Wilcock of the University of Washington, in collaboration with Drs. Maya Tolstoy and Felix Waldhauser of Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University, provides near-real time documentation of earthquakes on the Axial Seamount using OOI seismometer data. The OOI Cabled Array spans the Juan de Fuca tectonic […]

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