Welcome to OpenOceans Global!
Welcome to OpenOceans Global! We are a non-profit organization dedicated to "Linking People to the World's Oceans™" through sharing information that will result in more informed decisions.
From various ocean communities, to jobs, to ocean information, to the best in ocean culture, events and news, OpenOceans Global will link viewers to the ocean in all of its facets.
Our goal is to build an international ocean community focused on aggregating the world's ocean data and creatively presenting that data online using advanced visualization technologies. Learn more in the Our Work tab under "About Us." ________________________
OpenOceans Globals thanks our founding partners for their initial and continuing support of our efforts. These three organizations are world-class in each of their areas of operation and their initial support helps to underscore the importance of OpenOceans Global's mission. Please see this area in the future for additional founding partners.
National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Aquarium of the Pacific
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the U.S. Geological Survey's Science Impact Collaborative (MUSIC)
News and Updates
9/18/2013 Deep water cams from Ocean Network Canada go live along with other marine life cams, bringing the total to more than 60 locations on the Ocean Web Cams page.
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Bringing the Ocean World to You
At OpenOceans Global, we intend to build an international ocean community that cuts across all sectors of ocean use, protection, management, and research. The globe below provides an ever-growing measure of that community. Each dot represents the origination of site visitors. We invite you to explore our web site, utilize the tools available to provide additional information to help us better link you and other visitors to the ocean world.
Marine Education Pick of the Month Guy Harvey Research Institute. The Guy Harvey Research Institute has conducted fascinating tagging studies of tiger sharks and oceanic whitetip sharks, complete with animations. These animations join other tracking visualizations from around the world in OpenOceans Global's Tracking Marine Life section. Links to these great animations of marine life data can be found under the Educational Resources tab.