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This site contains historical information from 2010, and may not contain the most up to date information.
NOAA and its partners collected a vast amount of data related to the Deepwater Horizon spill. Those data are and will be made available to interested parties for review and analysis.
GeoPlatform.gov/gulfresponse is a one-stop shopping for information about the Deepwater Horizon response effort. GeoPlatform integrates data including fishery area closures, wildlife data, locations of oiled shoreline and current positions of deployed research ships into one customizable interactive map.
The NOAA National Weather Service’s New Orleans/Baton Rouge forecast office provided more than 4,000 spot weather forecasts between April and October 2010 to ensure Deepwater Horizon responders in the air, on the water, and on the ground had the most accurate information needed for safe operations.
NOAA’s Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services (CO-OPS) provides weather and water level data for the Gulf Coast. Users can view archived tide, current, and meteorological information.