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Aunu'u Wave Buoy

New American Samoa Wave Buoy

The PacIOOS wave buoy off Aunu'u, American Samoa, streams data on wave height, direction, period, and water temperature. It provides valuable information for ocean users. View real-time data

Aunu'u Wave Buoy

Majuro wave run-up forecast

Check Out the New PacIOOS Forecast of the Potential for High Sea Level and Wave Inundation Along the Ocean-facing Shorelines of Majuro Atoll, RMI. View data

Majuro Wave Buoy

New Majuro Wave Buoy

The Kalo Wave Buoy streams data on wave height, direction, period, and water temperature. It also provides critical information for coastal hazard and low-lying inundation forecasts. Click here to view.

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.

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.

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.

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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.