My Interests Are...

Ocean Acidification

Ocean acidification has the potential to fundamentally change the ocean

Ocean Enterprise Study

A Study of US Business Activity in Ocean Measurement, Observation & Forecasting

Animal Telemetry Network

Animal telemetry observations can inform federal and state resource managers

IOOS Site Survey

NOAA Website Survey

Ocean Technology Transition funds projects to aid human health, economic success

Sep 2017

GCOOS Offers Hurricane Resources

Aug 2017

NCEI-IOOS Data Archive Available

Jul 2017

New Webinar on Global MBON Initiative

May 2017

Taking Data Further with Standards

May 2017

Naval Oceanography participates in first U.S. Underwater Glider Workshop

Jan 2017

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 Data

Quality Assurance of Real-Time Oceanographic Data

Underwater Gliders

Gliders 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 Testbed

Coastal and Ocean Modeling Testbed

HF Radar

High frequency (HF) radar measures the speed and direction of surface currents

ACT Nutrient Sensor Challenge Winners Announced

Mar 2017

White House OSTP releases Animal Telemetry Network Implementation Plan

Jan 2017

New agreement to coordinate a global marine biodiversity observing system

Dec 2016

Researchers issue real-time forecasts of Chesapeake Bay dead zone

Aug 2016

Ocean Technology Transition

IOOS advances technology by transition of tools from testing to operations
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