Providing access to ocean satellite data in the Arctic and Antarctic

Spring Satellite Data Workshop in Juneau

Submitted by pwadmin on Mon, 09/24/2018 - 23:24

The next NOAA Ocean Satellite Data Course will be held in Juneau, Alaska in March 2019. In this annual three-day course participants learn about ocean satellite data and how to easily obtain it. Participants gain hands on experience working with data of interest to them. The course provides scientists who are not regular users of satellite data with the tools they need to incorporate satellite data into their projects. More information and registration details

Forming valid ERDDAP requests

Submitted by pwadmin on Thu, 04/05/2018 - 08:41
This example demonstrates requesting information about at dataset to help make valid data requests. Datasets vary in structure and this aims to provide users with tools to help make requests from ERDDAP. We will first request information about the dataset, then find specific information about time, latitude, longitude and altitude coverage and use these to make a data request.

News and Events

Spring Satellite Data Workshop in Juneau

Sep 24, 2018

The next NOAA Ocean Satellite Data Course will be held in Juneau, Alaska in March 2019. In this annual three-day course participants learn about ocean satellite data and how to easily obtain it. Participants gain hands on experience working with data of interest to them. The course provides scientists who are not regular users of satellite data with the tools they need to incorporate satellite data into their projects. More information and registration details

New - Preview Datasets in Polar Projection

Mar 30, 2018

Snapshot of antarctic sea ice concentration previewWe've added new data previewing capability to the PolarWatch Data Catalog. All datasets can now be viewed in polar projections and quick previews of the data are available for any time stamp over the length of record.View sea ice concentration data 

2017 Arctic Report Card Released

Mar 26, 2018

The Arctic Report Card (www.arctic.noaa.gov/Report-Card/), going into its 12th year, considers a range of environmental observations throughout the Arctic, and is updated annually. As in previous years, the 2017 update highlights the changes that continue to occur in, and among, the physical and biological components of the Arctic environmental system.

Program Scientist interviewed about Warming Arctic on Today Show

Mar 13, 2018

snapshot of today show videoPolarWatch sea ice expert, Sinead Farrell was featured last week on a Today Show segment about warming Arctic temperatures. Watch the 3-minute video clip on the Today Show website.Watch Clip

New Data Catalog Interface Release

Jan 8, 2018

A new release of the PolarWatch data catalog provides an improved search and filter interface, data download access to all datasets in the PolarWatch catalog and critical infrastructure improvements.

Upcoming

Look for more datasets in the coming year
New NASA VIIRS and Aquarius Datasets Available
Satellite Data Workshop this March in Juneau