This server will eventually be replaced by a new Erddap server that will include a more complete list of up-to-date datasets. In the meantime, please use the Data Portal to access the latest complete datasets available.
The OOI THREDDS server provides pre-calculated preliminary data sets for platforms identified by the Science Oversight Committee (SOC), based on the list compiled by the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) community and then expanded to include several additional parameters that are either of broad science interest or that are unique to the OOI.
For more information on how to access data from THREDDS, please see the quick-start tutorial below. You can also refer to the list of Site-Platform Codes and Instrument Class Codes to translate the directory structure.OOI THREDDS Data Server Note: This link changed on May 7, 2016. Please check your bookmarks.
What Data are available in THREDDS?
Any data and associated metadata that have passed the evaluation process are accessible as individual and aggregated datasets, via OPeNDAP and NetCDF Subset Services, provided by THREDDS data server.
Prioritized datasets include but are not limited to:
- CTD (CTDAV, CTDBP, CTDGV, CTDMO, CTDPF)
- Dissolved Oxygen (DOFST, DOSTA)
- Fluorometers (FLORD, FLORT)
- Nitrate (NUTNR)
- Bottom Pressure/Tilt (BOTPT)
- Meteorological (METBK)
- PH and PCO2 (PHSEN, PCO2W, PCO2A)
- ADCP (ADCPA, ADCPS, ADCPT, VADCP)
- Significant Wave Height (WAVSS)
- Hydrophone (HYDBB, HYDLF)
- Seafloor Pressure (PRESF, PREST)
- Fluid Sampler Temperature (TMPSF)
The following large format datasets can be accessed through the Raw Data Archive.
- Low Frequency Hydrophone (HYDLF)
- Broadband Hydrophone (HYDBB)
- HD Video Camera (CAMHD)
You can also check out our quick-start tutorial on how to access data from the THREDDS data server.OOI THREDDS Quick Start Tutorial