U.S. Global Ocean Ship-based Hydrographic Investigations Program

US GO-SHIP is part of the international GO-SHIP network of sustained hydrographic sections, supporting:

  • Physical oceanography
  • The carbon cycle
  • Marine biogeochemistry and ecosystems
  • Global ocean/climate observing system

The US program is sponsored by US CLIVAR and OCB.

Funded by the National Science Foundation and NOAA.

Download/Submit Cruise Data and Reports

Data and reports are available through the Cruise Data & Schedules Table

To submit and download CTD and bottle data, or to download carbon, current profilers and meterological data, follow the links at the Cruise Data Submission and Download page

Sail with us on A13.5!!

We are looking for students and early career scientists to participate in a 6 weeks long hydrographic cruise in December 2021 - March 2022, in the Atlantic Ocean on the NOAA ship Ron Brown.

Click here for details.

Compilation of dissolved organic matter

Measurements of dissolved organic matter (DOM) in the open ocean have increased greatly since the late 1980's.

Read about this compilation and find out how to download the data here.

Recent publication using US GO-SHIP data

Woosley R. and Millero F. (2020) Freshening of the western Arctic negates anthropogenic carbon uptake potential. Let us know about your most recent publication using US GO-SHIP data!

Full publication list using US GO-SHIP data

If you notice a publication is missing, please send an e-mail to coordinator Martin Kramp with all corresponding references: Author(s), title, journal, year, URL and DOI if available.

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Behind the scenes

Get a glimpse of what is like to be at sea with US GO-SHIP!