This work presents a multiagent system for evaluating automatically the interaction that exists between the atmosphere and the ocean surface, monitoring and evaluating within the ocean carbon dioxide exchange process is a function requiring working with a great amount of data: satellite images and in situ Vessel’s data. The system presented in this work focuses on Ambient Intelligence (AmI) technologies since the vision of AmI assumes seamless, unobtrusive, and often invisible but also controllable interactions between humans and technology. The work presents the construction of an open multiagent architecture which, based on the use of deliberative agents incorporating Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) systems, offers a distributed model for such an interaction. This work also presents an analysis and design methodology that facilitates the implementation of CBR agent-based distributed artificial intelligent systems. Moreover, the architecture takes into account the fact that the working environment is dynamic and therefore it requires autonomous models that evolve overtime. In order to resolve this problem an intelligent environment has been developed, based on the use of CBR agents, which are capable of handling several goals, constructing plans from the data obtained through satellite images and research Vessels, acquiring knowledge, and of adapting to environmental changes, are incorporated. The artificial intelligence system has been successfully tested in the North Atlantic ocean, and the results obtained will be presented within this work.