U.S. IOOS Regional Observing Data Portals
The regional coastal and ocean observing systems provide data, products, and services to characterize the past, present, and future state of the marine environment. These characterizations include analyses of historical data, alerts based on current conditions, forecasts of future conditions based on model predictions, and products tailored for end users.
Map of U.S. IOOS Regional Coastal Ocean Observing System providing data
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News and Announcements
- Latest status of SOS implementation at IOOS Regional Associations (RA)s: With the completion of the initial templates for the IOOS SOS Profile (v.1.0) and the documentation of the SOS Web Services Description Document (WSDD) nearing completion, attention has turned to deploying the SOS services across all 11 regions. RA directors will be briefed on progress each month using a project dashboard; this dashboard will be published and maintained on the IOOSTech wiki.
- 8/23/13 - IOOS DMAC Workshop to Be Held September 10 - 11: For the agenda go to IOOS DMAC Workshop Webpage. If you are interested in attending, please contactRob.Ragsdale@noaa.gov for details.
- 8/23/13 – QARTOD Update: IOOS Regional Associations are reviewing the temperature and salinity manual with comments due 30 Sept. After the IOOS RA comments are adjudicated the manual goes to the IOOC for final review.
For general inquiries about DMAC projects contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to participate in discussions related to data management of ocean observations sign up for the ioos_tech mailing list.
IOOS System Status
Notifications of changes to registered IOOS data access services, such as the NDBC and CO-OPS SOS servers, are sent to the
[ email@example.com ] list.
If you would like to receive these notifications, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.