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Animal Telemetry Network

Movements of marine animals are a fundamental element of ocean ecosystem dynamics. Telemetry, the use of electronic tag technology to study animal movement, is a critical tool for the biological ...

Coastal and Ocean Modeling Testbed

COMT Funding ResourcesNOFO Webinar: | Coastal waters and lowlands of the U.S. are threatened by climate change, sea-level rise, flooding, oxygen depleted “dead zones”, oil spills and unforeseen disasters. With ...

HF Radar

High frequency (HF) radar systems measure the speed and direction of ocean surface currents in near real time. Currents in the ocean are equivalent to winds in the atmosphere because ...

Marine Biodiversity Observation Network (MBON)

Biodiversity is critical from the perspective of ecosystem services such as food, oxygen, and socio-economic benefits that support human livelihoods. The , which concluded in 2010, greatly enhanced our understanding ...

Ocean Acidification

Acid eats away at calcium carbonate, the primary ingredient of shells and skeletons that many ocean animals depend on for survival. The shell pictured here is a victim of this ...

Ocean Enterprise Studies

Why this study? The Ocean Enterprise business cluster comprises New Blue Economy businesses that support ocean measurement, observation and forecasting. These businesses supply technology to generate ocean data or work ...

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 ...

Quality Assurance / Quality Control of Real Time O...

New Paper Released:As part of the U.S. IOOS Data Management and Cyberinfrastructure (DMAC) core services, the U.S. IOOS Program Office has issued "". The paper considers the applicability of real-time ...

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 ...

News

Biden-Harris Administration invests $3.9 million f...

Storm rolls in over Daytona Beach, Florida. Credit: NOAA Today, the Department of Commerce and NOAA announced $3.9 million in awards to help small businesses improve climate resilience in communities ...

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 ...

GOOS BioEco Portal launched!

GOOS is delighted to launch the - an online platform that provides information on the sustained ocean observing programs which deliver information about the health of marine life. “We now ...

High-frequency radar data to be hosted at NOAA

SeaSonde in Michigan Technological University's Bridgeview Park, St. Ignace, Michigan. Photo credit: Brian Zelenke NOAA's U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System Office's is partnering with the NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, ...

IOOS Advisory Committee releases Marine Life, NOPP...

held an open virtual meeting on March 18 to finalize a set of recommendations to NOAA and the Interagency Ocean Observation Committee. These recommendations were submitted to Dr. Spinrad and ...

NOAA, Smithsonian join forces to advance ocean bio...

Coral reef at Swains Island in American Samoa, showing an assemblage of plating Montipora coral and branching cauliflower coral Pocillopora meandrina. Credit: James Morioka, NOAA. (Image credit: NOAA) NOAA and ...

Summit on Ocean Biodiversity: Collaboration is cri...

A healthy and vibrant coral reef at the Palmyra Atoll, one of the Northern Islands located roughly one-third of the way between Hawaii and American Samoa (Credit USFWS) Last month, ...

‘Life in the Ocean Touches Everyone’: U.S. Rolls O...

A coral reef at the Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, in the tropical Pacific Ocean. (Credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) Strategy Calls for Evidence-Based Protections, Stronger Information Pipeline and ...

General Pages

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 ...

Eyes on the Ocean™ - IOOS Newsletter - 6 June 2024

The Eyes on the Ocean™ Newsletter is an informal way of keeping you up-to-date on U.S. IOOS® activities. to subscribe a new address or if you no longer want to ...

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 ...

NOAA and the Ocean Enterprise

The accelerating impacts of climate change are driving an increased demand for ocean and coastal information to support climate resilience. This growing demand presents an opportunity for the creation of ...

U.S. IOOS priorities under the Inflation Reduction...

Photo credit: NOAA NOAA has a key role to play in helping prepare and support our nation as we face the challenges of a changing climate. These funds, in concert ...
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