At the Coriolis Center in France where all Argo profiles reside. Data is generally available within 24 hours of being transmitted.
This site answers general questions about Argo, provides a description of Argo instrumentation, and allows users to see the inventory of data quantities and types in a prescribed region.
This site provides general information about Argo, including some history of the float technology and development and also lists upcoming Argo meetings and workshops.
The University of Washington float site that shows all of the data as it arrives from the floats and also all other UW float data that might be in the general SOCCOM region, along with general news about the present status of Argo.
The site provides an interface to all the Argo data in the North Atlantic that allows you to do things like select all floats with oxygen, select by area, generate time series, etc.
Archived model output for the CMIP3 and CMIP5 projects
Archived model output for the CMIP3 simulations
Access to GFDL model code
Images and animations of simulated climate and weather
Access to code, model output, publications, etc.
Climate model output associated with the AR2, AR3 and AR4 assessments