Join OOI scientists and colleagues from other ocean observatories as they discuss the latest in ocean observatory science at the Ocean Sciences Meeting in Portland, Oregon next month.
On Friday 8 December 2017 at 1:30 PM ET an error occurred that prevented the OOI Cyberinfrastructure (CI) system from loading new live data. On Monday 11 December 2017 the issue was fixed; no data were lost. We are sorry for any inconvenience. If you have any questions, please contact the OOI Help Desk.
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 […]
COL seeks a Contractor for graphic design services to design a suite of aesthetically consistent base maps and technical schematics for the project (further described in Section C and Attachment #1 (Statement of Work).
On Thursday 9 November 2017 the Cabled Array team conducted several required maintenance tasks at the Shore Station in Pacific City, OR. All maintenance tasks were successfully completed without powering down the system, as originally anticipated.
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 […]
On 12 October, 2017, the Surface Buoy on the OOI Global Irminger Sea Array Surface Mooring stopped all communications. There remains no indication as to what may have caused the outage. On 26 October an aerial survey and broad area search was conducted at the Irminger Sea Surface Buoy site and surrounding areas. The surface […]
The Consortium for Ocean Leadership is seeking a Senior Program Specialist. This is a temporary, full-time position scheduled to last through September 30, 2018, with the possibility of extension pending funding availability. The position will report to the Vice President, Research and Education.
On 16 September 2017 the Endurance Array Oregon Offshore Cabled Shallow Profiler Mooring was accidentally pulled off position and apparently damaged by fishing trawler gear.
At 1003 UTC, Thursday morning, 12 October, 2017, the Surface Buoy on the OOI Global Irminger Sea Array Surface Mooring stopped all communications. There is no indication as to what may have caused the outage, and the current state of the buoy and mooring infrastructure is not known. All systems were operating normally prior to […]