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Visit the main interactive components of the eReefs Platform:
Data Access Tools
These tools have been developed to help you discover and re-use eReefs data products:
Data Access Tutorials
Follow these tutorials to learn how to subset, analyse and visualise eReefs data:
eReefs Data Access Tutorials
Tutorials in Python and R for accessing, plotting and processing eReefs data
Open Source Software
The following open-source software has been produced by the eReefs research teams and is available for re-use in other applications:
CSIRO’s Environmental modelling suite includes the C code for CSIRO’s Simple Hydrodynamic Ocean Model (SHOC) and the related river-tracer and biogeochemistry and sediments models. Used to generate the eReefs GBR4, GBR1 and RECOM data products.
The following tools were once part of eReefs but have now been decommissioned:
This website was hosted by the Bureau of Meteorology, and enabled access to near real-time data on sea surface temperatures, chlorophyll levels, sediments and light for the entire Great Barrier Reef.
The data products available via this website included ocean colour datasets derived from MODIS satellite observations using an algorithm developed by CSIRO as part of eReefs phase 2.
The dashboard was decommissioned in December 2020, but the Marine Water Quality data is still available from the Bureau of Meteorology’s data catalog and may be visualised in CSIRO’s eReefs Data Explorer.