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OTT - Operational Nutrient Observatory for the Nor...

Coastal and offshore shelf waters of the Northeast United States are seeing fluctuations in the levels of dissolved inorganic nutrients, driven principally by human caused nutrient loading near shore and ...
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OTT - Tracking Ocean Alkalinity using New Carbon M...

The Gulf of Maine is a productive continental shelf sea that is fresher and less buffered against changes in pH than adjacent Atlantic Ocean waters.  This is due to compounding ...
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OTT - Transitioning Imaging FlowCytoBot for Harmfu...

Monitoring programs for harmful algal blooms (HABs) typically rely on toxin analysis of seafood samples or time-consuming manual enumeration of phytoplankton, restricting the frequency of observations and the potential forearly ...
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OTT: Launching WebCOOS—Webcams for Coastal Observa...

Example of automated feature extraction of people, animals and other beach objects.Credit: University of South Carolina was awarded a 3-year grant to transition the NOAA funded Web Camera Application Testbed ...
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Pacific Ocean Acidification Project

Shellfish play a vital role in the environment, culture, and economy in many U.S. coastal communities. The shellfish aquaculture community is the largest segment of marine aquaculture in the United ...
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Underwater Gliders

Gliders are a unique and important observing system used to serve a variety of subsurface observing missions. Gliders can monitor water currents, temperature, tagged animals and conditions that reveal effects ...
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News

FY15 IOOS Observing Technology Transition Awards

Mook Sea Farm, Wapole, Maine. Credit: Mook Sea Farm In FY 2015, the U.S. IOOS Program (IOOS®), in partnership with NOAA’s Ocean Acidification Program, continued a multi-year Ocean Technology Transition ...
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GEO-XIII Plenary: Advancing the Vision of GEO

A surprise November blizzard greeted us in St. Petersburg for GEO-XIII, but unlike Washington DC, that's no reason for a snow day--it was business as usual along the Neva River ...
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Hawaiian Monk Seals Join the Animal Telemetry Netw...

For more than two decades, NOAA has been tracking monk seals throughout the Hawaiian Archipelago as part of their larger effort to study and protect this endangered seal. And now ...
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Hidden Diversity: Researcher describes four new sp...

UC Santa Barbara’s Thomas Turner has published a paper in the journal Zootaxa describing four new species of sponges. These novel specimens weren’t dredged from the murky depths or found ...
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IOOS and CARICOOS with National Ocean Service in C...

IOOS and CARICOOS joined the National Ocean Service (NOS) offices: Office of Coast Survey (OCS), Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services (CO-OPS), the National Geodetic Survey (NGS) and the ...
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IOOS Ocean Technology Transition Project: Six new ...

For 2020, IOOS, in conjunction with the National Oceanographic Partnership Program (NOPP), sought projects focused on regional coastal ocean observing systems and advancing data management and cyberinfrastructure for observations. ...
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IOOS® Pacific Regions Launch Ocean Acidification D...

Rock Point Oyster Company Shellfish Farm in Quilcene, WA. Photo credit: Jenifer Rhoades, IOOS. Shellfish growers, researchers and others interested in ocean acidification now have access to comprehensive ocean acidification ...
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MBON finds new lessons in underwater forests

The Santa Barbara Channel MBON team's latest publication takes a closer look at the role of kelp structure in the underwater forest ...
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Naval glider data now available through U.S. IOOS

USVI Deployment team. (Photo Credit: Belize Saunders, University of the Virgin Islands.) Starting this week, data from 40 Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVOCEANO) gliders deployed throughout the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean ...
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