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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 ...

OTT - Tracking Ocean Alkalinity using New Carbon M...

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 ...

OTT - Transitioning Imaging FlowCytoBot for Harmfu...

Monitoring programs for harmful algal blooms (HABs) typically rely on toxin analysis of seafood samples or time-consuming manual enumeration of phytoplankton, restricting the frequency of observations and the potential forearly ...

OTT- Hawaii Shark Tagging Project

Deployment of an Operational System for Acquiring and Disseminating Oceanographic and Behavioral Data Telemetered from Tagged SharksAnimal-borne sensors can be an effective method for collecting oceanographic data and, in certain ...

Pacific Ocean Acidification Project

Shellfish play a vital role in the environment, culture, and economy in many U.S. coastal communities. The shellfish aquaculture community is the largest segment of marine aquaculture in the United ...

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 ...


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