To further support our mission of reducing poverty and hunger through fisheries and aquaculture, WorldFish actively provides crucial open-source data to the research and development communities.

The Coral Triangle Atlas (CT Atlas) is an online GIS database containing regional, spatial data on the Coral Triangle. While data on fisheries, biodiversity, natural resources and socioeconomics have been collected for decades by scientists and managers working in different parts of the Coral Triangle region, little of this information has been aggregated into region-level layers to provide overviews that can support management planning and decision-making.

FishBase is the premier biodiversity information website for all fishes of the world. A global species database covering more than 32,000 species, FishBase includes a wide range of information on all fish species currently known including their biology, ecology, taxonomy, life history, trophic features, population dynamics and uses, as well as historical information dating back 250 years. FishBase also includes analytical and graphical tools that allow users to transform raw data into information that can be used to assess fisheries and identify management techniques to restore depleted fish stocks

ReefBase is an online collection of all available knowledge about coral reefs. It is intended to facilitate analyses and monitoring of coral reef health and the quality of life of reef-dependent people, and to support informed decisions about coral reef use and management. ReefBase is the official database of the Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network (GCRMN), as well as the International Coral Reef Action Network (ICRAN).