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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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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

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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Archiving the Ocean Biodiversity Information Syste...

Photo credit: Adam Obaza, WCR Protected Resources Division, NOAA Recently, OBIS-USA has taken a significant step to ensure that the marine data the U.S. contributes is not just web-accessible, but ...
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CeNCOOS Governing Council Meeting: Tiburon

The Romberg Tiburon Center for Environment Studies hosted the governing council meeting. The Center was established in 1978 by Paul F. Romberg, then President of San Francisco State University, on ...
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Challenger Mission Continues World Tour in Indian ...

Challenger mission glider launch, Fremantle, Australia. Photo Credit: Charitha Pattiaratchi Bright and early November 7, 2016, the bright yellow RU-29 Slocum glider, dubbed "Challenger," headed out to sea once more, ...
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COMT & OTT Announce New Projects

In FY 2018, the U.S. IOOS program continued the and projects, awarding multi-year grants to support NOAA initiatives, enhance modeling and forecasting capabilities, and increase operational efficiency in ocean observing ...
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Contribute Data to IOOS

Working with IOOS is now easier than ever. Thanks to some hard work by the Operations division, spearheaded by oceanographer Jennifer Bosch, we have launched a new and improved on ...
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DOE and NOAA Announce Winners of Ocean Observing P...

Team Wave Powered Oceanographic Gliders tests their early-stage prototype at the Naval Surface Warfare Center’s facility in Carderock, Maryland. Credit: NREL The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Oceanic ...
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Document Library

The IOOS document library is a compilation of our legacy and archival documents, organized by category. If you are unable to find the document you need within this collection, please ...
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Enhancing Coastal and Ocean Observing and Innovati...

In 2020, NOAA’s and the U.S. IOOS Office teamed up to develop and host three regional workshops focused on improving users’ access to streamlined ocean, coasts, and Great Lakes observational ...
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Eyes on the Storm: Hurricane Season Resources

For forecasts, warnings, and up to the minute hurricane information, keep up with NOAA's . GOES East GeoColor satellite image of the Atlantic Ocean on September 11, 2018 showing Hurricanes ...
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FY21 Regional Association Cooperative Agreements

In 2021, the U.S. IOOS® Office is announcing its third round of 5-year Regional Association cooperative agreements. The Regional Associations form a core part of implementing the U.S. Integrated Ocean ...
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