GOBGCViz - Data visualization for GO-BGC , the Global Ocean Biogeochemistry Array. a US NSF sponsored project to build a global array of BGC-Argo floats.

Using ISUS nitrate sensors and Deep-Sea DuraFET pH sensors in Webb Research Apex , Sea-Bird Scientific Navis, and MRV SOLO-II profiling floats

Go to FloatViz for all UW/MBARI BGC floats

Quick Instructions GO-BGC Status Table

Data Adjustments

Map of float tracks

Apex/ISUS description page
Select Output Type and Send Request:

Raw Data or Adjusted Data:

Data Quality Flag:

What dates?

Change dates: (MM/DD/YYYY)
Start Date
End Date 
Select Float (ctrl click for more than one)

Select One X Variable

Select Y Variables (ctrl click >1)

Autoscale X & Y axis :

Enter Ranges if Autoscale is Off (Min & max ranges default to 0 and 200 if Autoscale off and box is empty. Depth ranges are entered as negative values on Y axis and as positive values on X axis.)

X Min:     X Max:   
Y Min:     Y Max:   
Y Stack: (In a single graph, multiple Y variables or multiple stations are stacked vertically if it is On)
Enter Min and Max Depth range for data used in Time Series Plot (X Var = Date) Min Depth:
Max Depth:

+ CDOM is only available on Navis floats
* These variables are estimated and only computed in quality controlled data files.
TALK_LIAR (Total Alkalinity) is estimated from the LIAR algorithm (Carter et al., Limnol. Oceanogr.: Methods 16, 2018, 119–131).
DIC (Dissolved Inorganic Carbon) and pCO2 (CO2 partial pressure at in situ conditions) are
computed from pH and TALK_LIAR using carbon dioxide equilibrium constants (Williams et al.,
Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 31, doi:10.1002/2016GB005541).
** POC (Particulate Organic Carbon) is computed from optical backscatter (b_bp) using the
algorithm in Johnson et al. (J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 122, doi:10.1002/2017JC012838) in the QC file.

MBARI Chem Sensor Home Page        UW Float Page

Authors using GO-BGC float data should acknowledge that, "Data were collected and made freely available by the Global Ocean Biogeochemistry Array (GO-BGC) Project funded by National Science Foundation (NSF OCE 1946578). GO-BGC operates as a component of the International Argo Program. The Argo Program is part of the Global Ocean Observing System. "

This work was sponsored by US National Science Foundation's Global Ocean Biogeochemistry Array (GO-BGC) Project under the NSF Award OCE 1946578.