Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems (NANOOS) is now serving OOI data on their NANOOS Visualization System (NVS). Data from the OOI Coastal Endurance OR and WA Line Surface Moorings can now be viewed along side other sources including NANOOS, NSF CMOP, NOAA NDBC, and CDIP. This effort marks the beginning of the larger […]
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Because of the great diversity of the sensor types deployed by the OOI, it is understood that the familiarity and knowledge of the OOI program scientists and the data team members may not be sufficient to fully investigate and evaluate all types of data being collected. In order to validate the data from these instruments, […]
Raw Data Access for all OOI Arrays is now available from the OOI Website, and can be accessed here. Files within this page are organized using the following file hierarchy: Uncabled Assets: Site –> Deployment (e.g. D00001) –> Data Logger –> Instrument/Profiler Cabled Assets: Site –> Node For help translating the directory structure, please refer to the list of Site-Platform […]
On April 24th, 2015, the Axial Volcano, situated on the Juan de Fuca plate 300 miles offshore, erupted one-mile deep in the ocean and we saw it.
It is a pleasure to announce the availability today of bottom pressure sensor data (including sensor internal temperature) from the OOI Bottom Pressure and Tilt (BOTPT) Instruments deployed at three locations within the caldera of Axial Seamount.
Now available online is the OOI Observation and Sampling Approach documentation that will provide the user community with information on the operation of the various in situ sensing elements of the system (sensors and mobile platforms).
Thanks to a productive collaboration between IRIS and OOI over the past several weeks, it is a pleasure to announce the availability today of OOI seismometer data.
Preliminary data from the Pioneer Array are now available on the OOI Website! Just click the Data button on the homepage.
The Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) program has created a special Instrument Table Portal for its website with the goal of providing the scientific community with up-to-date, detailed descriptions of the instrumentation found throughout the numerous components and locations of the OOI.