Home

Download and View our Biogeochemical Float Data

Follow a SOCCOM Cruise to the Southern Ocean

Follow SOCCOM scientists in the Southern Ocean

GO-SHIP cruise S4P departed from Hobart Tasmania on March 9th and followed 67°S along the Ross sea ice shelf.  Click to read about our team's journey.

Biogeochemical SOSE Solution Now Available

Biogeochemical SOSE Solution Now Available

Access our 3-D estimate of Southern Ocean biogeochemistry

Try out our interactive map and data selection tool

Try Out Our Interactive Map to Access SOCCOM Data

previous pauseresume next

Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observations and Modeling

The Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observations and Modeling project (SOCCOM) is a multi-institutional program focused on unlocking the mysteries of the Southern Ocean and determining its influence on climate. Housed at Princeton University and administered by the Princeton Environmental Institute, SOCCOM is supported by the National Science Foundation under NSF Award PLR-1425989.

University of Arizona MBARI National Science Foundation Princeton University Scripps University of Washington