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
2022: NOAA GO-SHIP repeat A13.5 (Jan.-Feb.) along 0E in the Atlantic has been canceled.
2022: The next NSF GO-SHIP repeat is P02 (Apr.-Jul. 2022) along 30N in the Pacific.
2023: Look for the NOAA repeat of A16N and the NSF repeats of I05 and P04E.
January 2022 - In spite of the best laid plans, the A13.5 expedition set to sail from Cape Verde has been canceled. The student blog intended to highlight GO-BGC & SOCCOM float deployments instead introduces this island nation off the coast of Africa. Further updates to provided in our News Section as they become available.
Global 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.
2022 U.S. GO-SHIP P02
The application period for student positions for the 2022 reoccupation of P02 transect along 30°N (Leg 1: Guam to Honolulu [black crosses above] and Leg 2 Honolulu to San Diego [blue crosses above] is now closed. Thank you to all those who applied. Set to depart in April, be sure to return to this site read the student blog and weekly reports.