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The IOOS Model Viewer provides a platform for visualization and analysis of integrated model output.
NOAA and the U.S. Navy will work with partners to study sound within seven national marine sanctuaries and one marine national monument.
The Environmental Sensor Map integrates regional, national, and global real-time (past 4-hours) data across the IOOS enterprise.
The IOOS Catalog is the master inventory of IOOS datasets and data access services provided by our network of 11 Regional Associations, functional data assembly centers (DACs), and federal partners.
The ATN data management vision includes a regionally distributed data collection, management and sharing capacity that builds on and integrates as many existing data links as possible.
The mission of the Glider DAC is to provide glider operators with a simple process for submitting glider data sets to a centralized location.
IOOS operates the nation’s only high-frequency (HF) radar network, providing real-time information on the speed and direction of surface currents.
Click here to view an interactive map of all of IOOS regional associations.
U.S. IOOS® is a vital tool for tracking, predicting, managing, and adapting to changes in our ocean, coastal and Great Lakes environment.
The objective of the IOOS Compliance Checker is to check your file against our interpretation of select dataset metadata standards to use as a guideline in generating compliant files.
Search and download real-time, delayed-mode, and historical data for in situ and remotely-sensed physical, chemical, and biological observations.
The COMT serves as a conduit between the federal operational and research communities and allows sharing of numerical models, observations and software tools.
This portal contains video and photography of the seafloor and aerial imagery along much of the coastal U.S.
The IOOS CodeLab is a collection of tutorials and examples of how to access and utilize the many IOOS technologies and data sources available.
This project exists to join the discrete “networks” of global in situ ocean observing platforms -- ships, surface floats, profiling floats, tide gauges, etc. – into a single, integrated system.
IOOS, in collaboration with NOAA’s Ocean Acidification Program (OAP), is making real-time ocean acidification data more accessible.