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 […]
The OOI ERDDAP server is now online hosting uncabled, telemetered data from OOI moorings and gliders.
As part of its continuing commitment to ensuring the most efficient use of its resources, and consistent with recommendations in the National Academy of Sciences’ 2015 report “Sea Change: Decadal Survey of Ocean Sciences 2015-2025”, the Division of Ocean Sciences (OCE) is working with the Consortium for Ocean Leadership…
We are excited to announce that the OOI Community Forum is now live and available for community members to use.
The Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) is beginning work to compile a special issue of Oceanography Magazine centered around the OOI and research conducted using its data. Within the special issue, we would like to include articles written by you, our OOI user community, on your research using OOI data.
Letter from the Director OOI User Community and Colleagues, It’s been a while since we’ve reached out to you all with a formal update, and I’m very pleased to be able to lead off this new update with my take on the very busy end of 2016 and opening months of 2017. Let’s start with […]
Dear Colleagues: The Division of Ocean Sciences (OCE) of the National Science Foundation (NSF) recently requested nominations, including self-nominations, for inaugural Members to serve on the newly established “Ocean Observatories Initiative Facility Board” (OOIFB). The OOIFB will provide input and guidance regarding the management and operation of the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI). OCE’s request for […]
A data anomaly came to our attention during the Portland workshop last month regarding some of the OOI oxygen data.
Our busy Summer is setting up to transition right into a busy Fall! In this month’s newsletter, as always, you can review a few of our many recent highlights – community workshop, maintenance cruises continue, and a new OOI Data Portal is available for use. Check it out!
Over the last month we have been working on improving and streamlining the OOI User Interface based on your feedback. As of this morning, the new user interface officially replaced the old one on ooinet.oceanobservatories.org.