Data from the OSNAP moorings, gliders and floats will be made publicly available no later than two years after the data are collected (please refer to the OSNAP data management plan for more details regarding OSNAP data access).
The OSNAP PIs are committed to a timely delivery of OSNAP data products, which will include:
1) MOC time series, calculated in both density and depth coordinates, with associated uncertainty estimates;
2) MHT and MFT time series with associated uncertainty estimates;
3) gridded cross-sections of temperature and salinity.
The expected delivery of the first OSNAP products is Jan 2019.
Calibrated and quality-controlled data from moored instruments and gliders were generated and made freely available by each participating group.
+ Canadian Shelfbreak Array
+ German 53ºN Array
+ US Labrador Sea Eastern Boundary Array
+ US East Cape Farewell Slope Array
+ UK Deep Western Boundary Current Array (Irminger Sea)
+ US Eastern Mid-Atlantic-Ridge Array
+ UK Eastern Boundary Current Array (Rockall Trough)
+ WHOI/OUC glider
+ SAMS glider