Partner Data Sites

OOI Data are accessible in the following databases used by researchers and educators around the globe.

Glider DAC

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U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System’s National Glider Data Assembly Center

Glider DAC is part of the US. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) Catalog, which is an open data portal containing IOOS’ portfolio of oceanographic observations and forecast products provided by IOOS’ 11 Regional Associations , functional Data Assembly Centers (DACs), and IOOS’ federal partners.

GOA-ON: Global Ocean Acidification Observing Network

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GOA-ON is a collaborative international network to detect and understand the drivers of ocean acidification in estuarine-coastal-open ocean environments, the resulting impacts on marine ecosystems, and to make the information available to optimize modelling studies.

Interactive Oceans: Data Portal for the Regional Cabled Array

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Interactive Oceans is a multi-faceted site where users can visualize data, work with an interactive map, and learn about the discoveries being made with data collected by the Regional Cabled Array.

IOOS: U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System

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The Integrated Ocean Observing System is a national-regional partnership working to provide new tools and forecasts to improve safety, enhance the economy, and protect our environment. Integrated ocean information is available in near real time, as well as retrospectively.

IRIS: Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology

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IRIS is a consortium of universities dedicated to the operation of science facilities for the acquisition, management, and distribution of seismological data.

NDBC: National Data Buoy Center

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The National Data Buoy Center’s goal is to provide quality observations in the marine environment in a safe and sustainable manner to support the understanding of and predictions to changes in weather, climate, oceans, and coast.

OceanSites: OceanSITES Global Data Assembly Center

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OceanSITES is an international system of long-term, open-ocean reference stations measuring dozens of variables and monitoring the full depth of the ocean from air-sea interactions down to the seafloor.