CalCOFI Data Products How Is Oxygen Changing In The California Current? Explore CalCOFI's data on oxygen levels, to explore how this critical component of the ecosystem varies naturally in the ocean off of the California coast and discuss how the changing climate's impact on oxygen places the vitality of life throughout the ocean at risk. CalCOFI.io website This website is dedicated to enabling and generating online products using data from the California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations (CalCOFI). By streamlining data ingestion into the database, summary extraction of data from the database using a public-facing API, and making helper functions available in an R library, we can easily produce interactive applications and online reports of value to scientific and management audiences. A Shift Towards Sardines online book The California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations (CalCOFI) is an organization that focuses on studying the marine environment surrounding the California coast in order to investigate the relationships between climate, fish population, and other human activities. Data Visualization Tool This app is an exploratory tool to visualize seawater characteristics off the coast of California from the CalCOFI dataset. The interactive graphics provide a tool to explore the variation of the following properties over space and time: dissolved oxygen concentration, temperature, salinity, and chlorophyll presence. Marine Mammal Data Visualization tool The purpose of this Shiny App is to provide scientists with an interactive tool to visualize marine mammal data collected onboard CalCOFI. Here we integrate multiple datastreams, highlighting how marine mammal visual sightings and eDNA detections are represented through time and space. Please stay tuned for the addition of acoustic detections in a future release. By integrating visual, acoustic, and genetic sampling methods, we hope to better understand the detection capabilities of each method for detecting marine mammals in their environment. This tool was developed as part of the MURI project.