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Hawaii Tiger Shark Tracking

Hawai‘i Tiger Shark Tracking

Researchers from the UH Mānoa's Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB) completed the second phase of a project to observe the movements of tiger sharks caught and tagged around the island of Maui. Click here for map.

Wailupe Water Quality Sensor

New Wailupe Water Quality Sensor

For near-realtime data on water quality parameters, click here. You can also view them on Voyager here.

Community-Based Resource Management Effort on LĀna‘i

PacIOOS is excited to provide technical assistance to a local non-governmental organization on Lāna‘i. Click here for more information.

Hanalei Wave Buoy

New PacIOOS Wave Buoy deployed off Hanalei, Kaua‘i

For near real-time wave height, direction, period, and water temperature, click here.

Mobile Version of Voyager

Mobile Version of Voyager

Now you can access to this awesome tool even when you are on the go! Click here to check it out.

PacIOOS Wave Buoys Help National Weather Service Protect Lives

PacIOOS Wave Buoys Help National Weather Service Protect Lives

Read more about this important partnership here.

Harbor Surge Forecasts

New Harbor Surge Forecasts

The Harbor Surge Forecasts provide advance notice of potentially dangerous surge in Hawaiian harbors.
Click here to view.

  • PacIOOS Harbor Surge
  • PacIOOS Harbor Surge
  • PacIOOS Atm Models
  • Tiger Shark distribution
  • Wave models
  • PacIOOS Wave Buoy
Please consider acknowledging PacIOOS in any distribution or publication of data as follows: Data provided by PacIOOS (www.pacioos.org), which is a part of the U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS®), funded in part by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Award #NA11NOS0120039.