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Research on interconnections among Gulf of Mexico ecosystems.
Outreach for decisions based on those interconnections.

Modeling Products & Tools


Ocean Acidification Product Suite

offers tools to monitor ocean acidification over the wider Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, utilizing satellite data and a data-assimilative hybrid model to map the components of the carbonate system of surface water.


The National Weather Model

is a hydrologic modelling framework that simulates observed and forecast streamflow over the entire continental U.S. at a very fine spatial and temporal scale.


Atmospheric River Analysis & Forecast System

is a high-resolution regional model for real-time forecasts of atmospheric rivers (weather phenomena that drive heavy rain events that often cause floods) for Northeast Pacific and Western North America.


Ensemble Sensitivity Technique for Atmospheric River Analysis

informs decision-making when planning for reconnaissance missions by identifying and suggesting areas for data collection flight paths.


Gulf of Mexico Biogeochemical Model Outputs

contains surface patterns of temperature, salinity, total alkalinity, and dissolved inorganic carbon from 1981 to 2014 using the GoMBio model, a ROMS-based 8-km resolution ocean-biogeochemical model for the entire Gulf of Mexico.