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OTT: Advancing and integrating animal-borne tags i...

Researchers deploying bio-logging tags on white sharks in the mid-Atlantic Bight Credit: South Fork Natural History Museum The was awarded a 3-year grant to operationalize the collection and model assimilation ...
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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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New agreement to coordinate a global marine biodiv...

GOOS BioEco, OBIS and GEOBON MBON today signed a new agreement to coordinate on the establishment of a global MBON ...
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New Webinar on Global MBON Initiative

Assessing biological variables is a relative newcomer to the field of ocean observing, and an increasingly critical component of a comprehensive, sustainable system. In this , recorded on May 8, ...
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Observing the Red Sea: International Conference on...

King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) was the host of the . Professor Burt Jones, formerly of , opened the conference stating this the second such conference and ...
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Taking Data Further with Standards

Having open, available, comprehensive data standards that are widely implemented facilitates data sharing, and when data is shared, it maximizes the benefits of "big data"— integrated, multi-source data that yields ...
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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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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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