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Animal Telemetry Network

Animal telemetry is the science of elucidating the movements and behavior of animals as they move through the world’s oceans, coastal rivers, estuaries and great lakes. Animal telemetry devices (“tags”) ...
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Coastal and Ocean Modeling Testbed

Coastal waters and lowlands of the U.S. are threatened by climate change, sea-level rise, flooding, oxygen depleted “dead zones”, oil spills and unforeseen disasters. With funding from the IOOS Program ...
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Coastal and Ocean Modeling Testbed Projects

This page serves to summarize each of the current COMT Projects.  More info about the COMT can be found here. The overall COMT is managed by our non-federal partner, the Southeast ...
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Data Management & Communication Subsystem

A coherent strategy that enables the integration of marine data streams across disciplines, institutions, time scales, and geographic regions is central to the success of IOOS and other regional, national, ...
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HF Radar

High frequency (HF) radar systems measure the speed and direction of ocean surface currents in near real time. Currents in the ocean are equivalent to winds in the atmosphere because ...
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Improving an Ocean Acidification Observation Syste...

The decrease in calcium carbonate saturation state from is important to Pacific Northwest shellfish living in conditions that are naturally close to harmful saturation thresholds.  Anthropogenic additions of carbon dioxide ...
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Marine Biodiversity Observation Network (MBON)

Biological diversity, or biodiversity, represents the variety of life on Earth, encompassing variation at all levels, from genes to species to ecosystems. A growing body of research demonstrates that maintaining ...
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Ocean Acidification

Acid eats away at calcium carbonate, the primary ingredient of shells and skeletons that many ocean animals depend on for survival. The shell pictured here is a victim of this ...
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Ocean Enterprise Study

Why this study? The ocean enterprise - for profit and not for profit businesses which support ocean measurement, observation and forecasting - is a critical component of maritime commerce and ...
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Ocean Technology Transition

Mission: The IOOS Ocean Technology Transition project sponsors the transition of emerging marine observing technologies, for which there is an existing operational requirement and a demonstrated commitment to integration and ...
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News

2016 GoMRI Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Confere...

The Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference had 1000 participants from 35 states and 15 countries. Dr. Marcia McNutt gave the keynote talk for the conference talking on a topic ...
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ACT Evaluates New Portable HAB Sensors

The team sampling at Weesuck Creek - included are Mark Vanasten, Diagnostic Technologies, Australia and Dr. Timothy Davis, Bowling Green State University. (Photo Credit: Holly Bowers, ACT-Moss Landing Marine Laboratories); ...
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ACT Nutrient Sensor Challenge Winners Announced

Denice Shaw of the EPA Office of Research and Development present the award to Pompeo Moscetta of Systea at the ASLO conference in Honolulu. Photo credit: Alliance for Coastal Technologies ...
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AGU Ocean Sciences 2016: New Orleans

The city of Jazz and Mardi Gras, New Orleans, was the site of the meeting. The multiple concurrent sessions, plenaries, town halls, exhibits, and thousands of posters can make your ...
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Animal Telemetry Network (ATN) DAC Launched

U.S. IOOS and the Office of Naval Research (ONR) working with Stanford University, UC Santa Cruz, and the NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center Environmental Research Division (SWFSC/ERD) have launched the ...
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Bi-Weekly IOOS® Z-GRAM – 10 July 2015

The Z-Gram is an informal way of keeping you up-to-date on US IOOS® activities. Pass it on! Please reply with an e-mail with additional addresses or if you no longer ...
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CariCOOS Annual Meeting Ignites the Crowd

The General Assembly took place at the end of April at the Puerto Rico Convention Center in sunny San Juan, Puerto Rico. Taking a page from , the first evening ...
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Catch the Next Wave and Oceanology International 2...

and take place every 2 years. This year, Catch the Next Wave was held at The Royal Institution--hallowed halls for scientists. Inside the Royal Institution. Photo Credit: IOOS/NOAA The event ...
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General Pages

The U.S. IOOS Enterprise Strategic Plan

The Plan U.S. IOOS is pleased to release the U.S. IOOS Enterprise Strategic Plan (2018-22), which lays out Enterprise-wide objectives and priorities for the next five years and into the ...
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