Fathom Science is a company founded and run by experts on the cutting edge of integrated data collection, analytics, and numerical modeling technology.
We deliver tailored, interactive marine environment maps, reports, and data of historical, current, and future marine conditions. From the top of the atmosphere to the bottom of the ocean, we offer comprehensive Marine Environment Analytics to help clients make well-informed decisions to save time, money, and resources.
Marine Environment Analytics
Fathom Science excels in Marine Environment Analytics through our proprietary modeling of ocean, atmosphere, and marine ecosystems.
We deliver marine environment analyses and long-range forecasts with accuracy and fine resolution.
Our products cover conditions throughout the water column:
- marine weather
- surface waves
- ocean currents
- chlorophyll content
- dissolved oxygen
Our distinguishing strengths:
- Proprietary modeling that couples ocean, atmosphere, wave, and marine ecosystem dynamics.
- Proprietary data that give a comprehensive description of the marine environment.
- Ultra-high resolution (~100 m scale) marine environment information for targeted regions.
- Continuous, cloud free, full water column information.
Fathom Science offers ocean information tailored to what you need for your business or research projects, whether you need to locate a particular species of fish or monitor the approach of a fast-moving eddy. Our products and expert interpretation serve six main areas: Energy, Fisheries, Risk Assessment, Ship Routing, Severe Weather, and Tourism / Water Quality.
Our in-depth analyses combine real-time observations from satellites, buoys, floats, and gauges with state-of-the-art model forecasts, providing four dimensional (x, y, z, and time) marine environment information for the past, present, and future.
Expertise and Credentials
Fathom Science's expertise was developed over 20+ years of R&D with $10+ million in competitive funding from multiple agencies, including The National Science Foundation, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Office of Naval Research, the Department of Energy, the U.S. Geological Survey, and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management.