Reference > Portals
Alaska Ocean Observing System (AOOS)
AOOS hosts Arctic, Cook Island and William Sound regional pages, as wells as data and interactive mapping tools. Real time sensors and interactive mapping are accompanied by the Herring Portal, the Seabird Portal, and the model explorer, among others.
The Arctic Portal is a network of information and data sharing. It is organized into specialized portlets, a media archive, pages for the Arctic Council, science, and organizations, maps, and a library, among others.
Arctic Report Card
The Arctic Report Card is a peer-reviewed source for clear, reliable, and concise environmental information on the current state of the Arctic relative to historical records. The Report Card is organized into the atmosphere, sea ice and ocean, marine ecosystems, terrestrial ecosystems, and terrestrial cryosphere categories, each with further subcatgories.
Frontier Scientists observe and share breaking scientific news in archaeology, geology, anthropology, the humanities, biology, marine biology, ecology, and chemistry, among others. Topics such as Paleo-Eskimo Arctic archaeology, Cook Inlet volcanoes, unmanned aircraft research, and petroglyphs are presented through videos and articles. Other resources include a media room and newsletter.
NOAA > Arctic Theme Page
The NOAA Arctic Theme Page is organized into several categories, including science (with data, Arctic change indicators, and climate index and mode information), general interest (with Arctic exploration, photography, and Arctic news links), gallery, essays, and the Arctic Report Card.
NOAA > National Data Buoy Center > Related Links
The National Buoy Center’s links are categorized into NOAA websites, meteorological and oceanographic websites, university websites, and other links. Diverse data are available, including data on fisheries, sea level, and coastal ecosystems, among others.