Number of cruises/dives whose data was opened are shown below.
|Submersibles||Shinkai 6500||Kaiko||Hyper Dolphin||Deep Tow||Yokosuka Deep Tow||Urashima|
Number of data sets for major data types we opened are shown below.
|Data Type||Bathymetry||Gravity||Shipboard Three
One data set means a set of data files from one cruise
Number of images (clipped scenes for dissemination) and still images we opened are shown below.
|Image Type||Video(scenes)||Still Image(Photos)|
Number of sample metadata for sample types we opened are shown below.
|Sample Type||Rock Sample||Biological Sample||Sediment Core Sample|
Page views for data sites in past two years at the end of FY2015 are shown in categories.
Changes of page views for data sites in categories (Details are shown below)
|Portal, Catalog and Summary Sites :||Data Search Portal, Data Catalog, BISMaL, and JDIVES*1|
|Oceanographic Research Data Sites :||Data Research System for Whole Cruise Information in JAMSTEC (DARWIN), MIO Ocean Radar data Site for the Eastern Tsugaru Strait (MORSETS)*2|
|Video/Photo Site :||JAMSTEC E-library of Deep-sea Images (J-EDI)|
|Sample Sites :||Deep Sea Rock Sample Database (GANSEKI), Sediment Core Database (COEDO), Marine Biological Sample Database|
|Document Site :||JAMSTEC Document Catalog|
|Oceanographic Reanalysis Data Site:||Estimated State of Global Ocean for Climate Research (ESTOC)|
Number of off-line provisions of data and samples in FY2015 are shown below.
(One provision may include more than one images or samples.)
|Types of Data/Sample||Number|
|Videos and Photos||186|
(Rock, Core and Biological Samples)
The Mutsu Institute for Oceanography installed ocean short-wave radars in the eastern Tsugaru Strait and are collecting ocean surface current direction and speed. We developed the MIO Ocean Radar Data Site for the Eastern Tsugaru Strait (MORSETS) with MIO, which displays surface current chart and makes data downloadable in semi-real time. In FY 2015 MORSETS started collecting and updating latest data automatically. We opened MORSETS in September 2015 to the Internet.
We expect that data form MORSETS will be helpful for the researchers in climate change and semi-real time data might be used in local fisheries or preventing maritime accidents. Therefore current chart in MORSETS is available not only by PCs but also by mobile devices e.g. smart phones or feature phones. We have many accesses to MORSETS by mobile devices since publication to the Internet.