Data

Data from floats and ships, and tutorials on how to use the data

 

The first GO-BGC floats will be deployed in the spring of 2021. 

Data from current and previously operating biogeochemical floats and associated shipboard and ancillary data are available in the meantime.

FLOAT DATA

 

Argo

The international Argo program has deployed thousands of profiling floats throughout the world’s oceans.  Originally just for observations of temperature and salinity, the Argo database now contains data from many existing biogeochemical float programs around the world.

UCSD Argo DAC

Direct Data Access

https://argo.ucsd.edu/data/

OceanOps

Data Visualization

https://www.ocean-ops.org/board

ArgoVis

Data visualization

https://argovis.colorado.edu/

SOCCOM

The Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observations and Modeling (SOCCOM) project has deployed over 150 floats with oxygen, nitrate, pH, and bio-optical sensors in the Southern Ocean since 2014.

SOCCOM DAC

Direct Data Access

Archived snapshots of float data including derived parameters

SOCCOMViz

Data Visualization

Generate custom plots of float data

ERDDAP

Data Visualization and Access

Generate custom plots, maps and customize data access

SHIP AND ANCILLARY DATA 

The Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observations and Modeling (SOCCOM) project has deployed over 150 floats with oxygen, nitrate, pH, and bio-optical sensors in the Southern Ocean since 2014. Access SOCCOM shipboard validation and ancillary data via the CCHDO website.

TUTORIALS

  

SOCCOM webinar

What you should know about SOCCOM data

http://soccom.princeton.edu/content/what-you-should-know-about-soccom-data

More Tutorials Coming Soon!