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Tiger Shark

New Tiger Shark Study Released

Researchers tracked tiger sharks off Maui and Oʻahu to better understand their movement patterns. View their tracks and find out more about the study here.

Sediment Dynamics off Lanaiʻi

Monitoring Sediment Dynamics off Lanaʻi

PacIOOS supported Conservation International and local Hawai‘i partners to study water flow patterns and sediment runoff in streambeds on the island of Lanaʻi. Click here for more information.


Regional Information Coordination Entity (RICE)

The U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) certified PacIOOS as its first Regional Information Coordination Entity (RICE) after rigorous review. Click here for more information.

Kwajalein Wave Run-up Forecast

Kwajalein Wave Run-up Forecast

The new PacIOOS wave run-up forecast helps to predict inundation events along the ocean facing shorelines of Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands. Click here to see the most recent forecast..

Ocean Acidification

Ocean Acidification

Check out the new PacIOOS Ocean Acidification pages and find atmospheric and oceanic carbon dioxide data of thirteen buoys across the Pacific

Mamala Bay Study

Assessing Water and Environmental Quality in Mamala Bay

In an effort to detect influences from point and non-point source pollution, the physical, chemical, biological and geophysical nature of Mamala Bay (Oʻahu) and surrounding areas have been studied. Visit the new project page.

Wailupe Water Quality Sensor

Ala Wai Turbidity Plume Model

Model simulates the plume advection and dispersion using near real-time river runoff and turbidity measurements for the Ala Wai canal. You can view it here.

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.