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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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Ocean Enterprise Study

The Ocean Enterprise Study is open for round 2!If your business provides infrastructure or develops products that support or conduct ocean observation and measurement, we want to hear from you ...
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Ocean Technology Transition

LATEST NEWS Mission: The IOOS Ocean Technology Transition program sponsors the transition of emerging marine observing technologies, for which there is an existing operational requirement and a demonstrated commitment to ...
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OTT – A Real-time Sensor System for Detectin...

There is considerable interest in the offshore exploration, and possible development, of hydrocarbon resources in Alaska’s Chukchi and Beaufort shelf seas. Drilling activity can only proceed during the open water ...
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OTT – Animal Borne Sensors

Marine fisheries and living resources are vital to sustaining the Nation’s economy, employment and food security. Animal telemetry is the science of elucidating the movements and behavior of animals as ...
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OTT – Detecting Harmful Algal Blooms in the ...

Shellfish contamination from harmful algal blooms (HABs) is both costly and a significant health risk to coastal communities. Blooms of Pseudo-nitzschia can produce the neurotoxin domoic acid (DA). DA can ...
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OTT – Imaging Flow CytoBot Data Integration

San Francisco Bay has long been recognized as a nutrient-enriched estuary, but one that has exhibited resistance to some of the classic symptoms of nutrient over-enrichment, such as high phytoplankton ...
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OTT – Ocean Acidification

The ocean chemistry of the seawater is rapidly changing in a process known as ocean acidification. These changes in seawater chemistry affect animal growth, survival and behavior, and they are ...
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OTT – Physical Earth Observations

The ability to observe physical oceanographic variables such as sea surface currents, temperature, salinity, external and internal tides, and surface waves support a vast array of stakeholders and missions, including ...
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OTT – Tracking Ocean Alkalinity using New Ca...

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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News

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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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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FY13 IOOS Ocean Technology Transition Project Awar...

In FY2013, the U.S. IOOS Program (IOOS®) instituted a multi-year Ocean Technology Transition project to advance science and technology and better enable decision-making. Two efforts were selected for funding in ...
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FY14 IOOS Observing Technology Transition Awards

In FY 2014, the U.S. IOOS Program (IOOS®), in partnership with NOAA’s Ocean Acidification Program, continued a multi-year Ocean Technology Transition project to advance science and technology and better enable ...
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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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GCOOS Offers Hurricane Resources

Wondering what the latest news is on Hurricane Harvey or other extreme weather events in the Gulf of Mexico? The Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System (GCOOS) now has ...
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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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Highlights From 2015 SECOORA Annual Board and Stak...

The held its annual spring board and stakeholder meeting May 19-20 in Jacksonville, FL. 60 stakeholders hailing from regional universities, local and federal government bodies, nonprofits, and private industry gathered ...
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Benefits of Ocean Observing Catalog

WP1 Community EngagementTo be an effective tool, BOOC will need the support of all parts of the ocean observing community. This Work Package will build on the work already undertaken ...
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