Science Fun: External Links

These links can be an important resource. Some of these links are for fun and some can provide a whole host of data, not necessarily related to our project, but interesting all the same. As our PIs and team members continue to find new and interesting things we will share them here.

The Links

Distributed Biological Observatory

The Distributed Biological Observatory is a collaborative effort with multiple projects sharing data sampled at regional "hotspot" transect lines and stations.

Pacific Arctic Group

This group, organized under the International Arctic Science Committee serves to coordinate and collaborate on science activities of mutual interest to its members.

Ocean Acidification

This page provides information on what ocean acidification is and the science behind studying it.

Arctic Collaborative Environment

The Arctic Collaborative Environment provides a workspace for multidisciplinary science teams to share spatial and other data with easy to use open source tools.

Alaska Ocean Observing System

AOOS is the eye on Alaska's coasts and oceans and represents a network of critical ocean and coastal observations, data and information products.

National Oceanographic Data Center

The National Oceanographic Data Center hosts global environmental data to provide a record of changes in Earth's environment.

National Data Buoy Center

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Data Buoy Center (NDBC), a part of the National Weather Service (NWS). NDBC designs, develops, operates, and maintains a network of data collecting buoys and coastal stations. Historical metocean data is for the Chukchi Sea Environmental Study Program is available through this center.

RPS Evans-Hamilton Realtime Measurments Portal

The Realtime Measurements Portal allows you to assess the current conditions broadcast by metocean buoys deployed by RPS Evans-Hamilton. Historical data is available in chart form for any measured value over a time period specified.