Welcome to the HURL Archive Data Portal
The Hawai‘i Undersea Research Laboratory (HURL), within the School of Ocean and Earth Sciences and Technology at the University of Hawai‘i, has specialized in providing scientists with the tools and expertise they need to investigate the undersea environment for over 30 years. All data collected by the submersibles, remotely operated vehicles, and other cutting edge technologies is now available through this self-serve repository.
DEEP-SEA ANIMAL GUIDE
What was that animnal? HURL’s deep-sea animal guide is a collection of over 2,000 images that serves as a taxonomic reference of the deepwater animals encountered during submersible and ROV dives over HURL’s 30 year history.
WEB MAP PORTAL
This interactive map displays the location of all submersible dives by HURL. Click on a point to view and download the data associated with the dive location or use the query function to find specific dives.
Know what you want? or want to download all available HURL data? Visit the HURL FTP site to quickly access the data you need.
Explore the collection of artifacts discovered by HURL dating back to 1984. Surveyed items range from those of great historical significance to unique artifacts from bygone eras.
Want to learn more about HURL underwater vehicles, ships and other special operations? Visit the HURL operations site.