MBARI creates and globally scales the visionary technologies required to explore, map, and understand our changing ocean.
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Our data directory and other sources hold a vast collection of data collected during many years of research. These data are available for free for researchers, educators, and students.
Data query and visualization for the adopt-a-float program
CeNCOOS is a collaborative that enables coastal measurements, model forecasts, and integrated products to inform decisions about our regional ocean
The CCE was an extensive long-term effort to monitor the passage of sediment gravity flows at multiple locations simultaneously
The Deep-Sea Guide provides access to the MBARI’s database of millions of records of deep-sea animals, seafloor habitats, geological features, and research tools
The ESP provides in situ collection and analysis of water samples from the subsurface ocean
FathomNet is a publicly available database that makes use of existing (and future), expertly curated data from several sources
Data from a century-long EOF analysis of global sea surface temperature
Data from a NASA-funded project that combined remote sensing products, ecosystem models and in situ data to investigate zooplankton hotspots
Data portal for the Land-Ocean Biogeochemical Observatory (LOBO)
Near real time data from the M1 mooring which is located near the mouth of Monterey Bay in roughly 1,000 meters of water
Data from repeat, high-resolution, multibeam, bathymetric surveys of the Monterey Canyon floor with MBARI’s mapping AUVs
Graphs of core properties from shipboard CTD bottle (BCTD) and profiling (PCTD) samples taken in Monterey Bay, from 1989-Present
Near real time optical nitrate measurements on the M1 Mooring
Data from seasonal nitrate supply that was computed in the four major Eastern Boundary Upwelling Systems (EBUS): California, Peru, Northwest Africa, and Benguela
Data from the OA1 mooring, located just offshore of Hopkins Marine Station and the Monterey Bay Aquarium
Data from the OA2 mooring that was initially deployed near Terrace Point then was moved to Año Nuevo
Data from ISUS nitrate sensors and Deep-Sea DuraFET pH sensors in Webb Research Apex or Sea-Bird Electronics Navis profiling floats
MBARI makes its acoustic data sets available through a partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The Seafloor Mapping Database (SMDB) provides access to MBARI's entire mapping data archive
An interactive map that shows current locations and trajectories of SOCCOM biogeochemical floats and provides links to real-time raw and quality-controlled float data
Data visualization for SOCCOM, a US NSF sponsored project focused on carbon and climate in the Southern Ocean
MBARI's audio recordings have been translated into visual representations as spectrograms, which can be viewed hour-by-hour, day-by-day
STOQS is open-source software that provides new capabilities for scientists to gain insight from oceanographic data
Data from MBARI's Wave Glider named Sparky which is an autonomous surface vehicle
Data from MBARI's Wave Glider named Tiny which is an autonomous surface vehicle
Check out MBARI's ODSS which provides real-time feedback of research activity in Monterey Bay