My Interests Are...
Ocean AcidificationOcean acidification has the potential to fundamentally change the ocean
Ocean Enterprise StudyA Study of US Business Activity in Ocean Measurement, Observation & Forecasting
Animal Telemetry NetworkAnimal telemetry observations can inform federal and state resource managers
IOOS Site SurveyNOAA Website Survey
New Strategic Plan Released
Ocean Technology Transition funds projects to aid human health, economic success
GCOOS Offers Hurricane Resources
NCEI-IOOS Data Archive Available
New Webinar on Global MBON Initiative
Taking Data Further with Standards
Naval Oceanography participates in first U.S. Underwater Glider Workshop
IOOS is our eyes on the ocean, coasts, and Great Lakes. We are an integrated network of people and technology gathering observing data and developing tracking and predictive tools to benefit the economy, the environment, and public safety at home, across the nation, and around the globe.
Quality Assurance / Quality Control of Real Time Oceanographic DataQuality Assurance of Real-Time Oceanographic Data
Underwater GlidersGliders are a unique and important observing system used in many waters
Marine Biodiversity Observation Network (MBON)MBON - understanding life in the sea.
Coastal and Ocean Modeling TestbedCoastal and Ocean Modeling Testbed
HF RadarHigh frequency (HF) radar measures the speed and direction of surface currents
ACT Nutrient Sensor Challenge Winners Announced
White House OSTP releases Animal Telemetry Network Implementation Plan
New agreement to coordinate a global marine biodiversity observing system
Researchers issue real-time forecasts of Chesapeake Bay dead zone