There are three datasets: AdventureScientist, SEA, and GEOMAR.
Click on the symbol next to each layer in the Layers section to access each dataset's metadata landing page from within NCEI's archives.
Note: SEA is archived as two separate datasets.
Data can be filtered spatially and temporally using a combination of the draw tool and date range widget. To filter the data by a geographic bounding box, first click the icon in the top-left corner of the map to activate the draw tool. Then, click and drag to draw a rectangle representing a geographic bounding box over the map. The Layers section of the left-side panel automatically updates to show which layers are available and how many features are in each layer with the spatial filter applied. Next, in the Date Range section, use the dropdown to choose particular calendar dates or enter dates in YYYY-MM-DD format into the Start date and End date boxes. The Layers section updates again as dates are entered to display the features available for viewing or downloading within the specified temporal range. Click the Reset Filters button to remove all applied filters from the data.
After desired filters are applied, click the Draw Data button to draw the data on the map. Click on a data point to view that feature's attribute data in a pop-up. Click the Clear Data button to remove the data from the map.
At any point, click the download icon next to a layer's feature count in the Layers section to download those features to CSV format.
Imagine you are looking for data off the coast of Jamaica that was captured during the 1990s.
Here is how you can do the search: