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NOAA Awards $15.2M for Harmful Algal Bloom Researc...

One of Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute's (MBARI) long-range autonomous underwater vehicles (LRAUV) makes its way through the green, algae-rich waters of Lake Erie to track the 2019 harmful algal ...

NOAA awards $41 million for ocean observing

A joint deployment of an environmental sensor processor off the Washington coast by NOAA and the Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems, one of the certified IOOS regional associations ...

NOAA partners receive $14 million to enhance ocean...

Students from Rutgers University’s Masters in Operational Oceanography program installing a high-frequency radar antenna at Sandy Hook, NJ. This radar is part of the national high-frequency radar network in the ...

Oceans in Action at Stennis Space Center

This year's Oceans in Action conference, a jointly supported Marine Technology Society (MTS) and Marine Enterprise for Technology with sponsorship from RPS Inc, MIST cluster, Hancock County and General Dynamics, ...

Red Tide Respiratory Forecast is Now Operational

The — part of a suite of NOAA tools focused on predicting the movements and impacts of harmful algal blooms in the Gulf of Mexico — has moved from “experimental” ...

U.S. MBON Releases First Project Update

In Fall 2014, three approved Marine Biodiversity Observation Network (MBON) pilot projects launched in Alaska, California, and Florida, each working to develop an operational MBON that can be launched at ...

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