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Marine Biodiversity Observation Network (MBON)

Please visit U.S. MBON at . Biodiversity is critical from the perspective of ecosystem services such as food, oxygen, and socio-economic benefits that support human livelihoods. The , which concluded ...
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AGU Ocean Sciences 2016: New Orleans

The city of Jazz and Mardi Gras, New Orleans, was the site of the meeting. The multiple concurrent sessions, plenaries, town halls, exhibits, and thousands of posters can make your ...
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MBON finds new lessons in underwater forests

The Santa Barbara Channel MBON team's latest publication takes a closer look at the role of kelp structure in the underwater forest ...
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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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The First U.S. IOOS Biological Data Training Works...

The inaugural Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) Biological Data Training Workshop was held February 8-9, 2018 in Seattle, WA. The workshop built on the successful partnership between IOOS and the ...
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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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Year 1 Results for the Arctic Marine Biodiversity ...

Sea Ice on the Chukchi Sea. Photo Credit: NASA/Kathryn Hansen In August 2015, the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Observing Network (AMBON) set out for their first field cruise. Led by chief ...
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