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BSEE/NTL Data Moves to GCOOS
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BSEE/NTL Data Moves to GCOOS

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Habitat Restoration Galveston Bay
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Habitat Restoration Galveston Bay

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OA Monitoring and State-Level Actions
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OA Monitoring and State-Level Actions

In the webinar "Coastal Acidification Monitoring and State-Level Actions," Melissa Rae McCutcheon compares the application of two types of monitoring — sensor deployments and...
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Ocean Acidification Information Exchange
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Ocean Acidification Information Exchange

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Classroom Inclusivity
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Classroom Inclusivity

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GCOOS Announces Retirement of Executive Director
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GCOOS Announces Retirement of Executive Director

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Improving Data Usability for You
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Improving Data Usability for You

GCOOS is always seeking user comments and ideas to improve the usability of the products that we offer through our Data Portal, and...
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Expanding the Respiratory Forecast
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Expanding the Respiratory Forecast

There’s some good news in the works for Florida and Texas residents, visitors and businesses susceptible to near-annual blooms of red tide in...
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Fall Meeting Recap
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Fall Meeting Recap

We’re pleased to welcome some new faces to our Board of Directors, announce our new Executive Committee, welcome new staff and announce new...
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Volunteers Sought for Red Tide Study
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Volunteers Sought for Red Tide Study

The Roskamp Institute, a Sarasota-based nonprofit organization dedicated to understanding and treating diseases like alzheimers, is seeking volunteers from Southwest Florida for a...
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Expanding Dead Zone Monitoring
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Expanding Dead Zone Monitoring

A public-private partnership is working to speed up the transition of a new unmanned monitoring and reporting system to track hypoxia in the...
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Robots Map Ocean Heat Content in Advance of Hurricane Laura
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Robots Map Ocean Heat Content in Advance of Hurricane Laura

Making hurricane predictions is all about having data — and being able to access accurate information quickly and easily. For the third year...
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Bridging the Gap in Red Tide Information
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Bridging the Gap in Red Tide Information

We're pleased to be working with Florida Sea Grant on a new project to bridge the knowledge gap about toxic red tides caused...
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Fighting Toxic Algae in Florida’s Lake O
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Fighting Toxic Algae in Florida’s Lake O

We're proud to be partnering with FAU Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute on a new project monitoring toxic algae in Lake Okeechobee. GCOOS will...
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A Global Observing System for Toxic Algae
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A Global Observing System for Toxic Algae

Annually, billions of tons of desert dust move through the atmosphere. The Sahara and Sahel areas of North Africa and the Gobi and...
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Glider Operator Training
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Glider Operator Training

The University of Southern Mississippi will be conducting two-tiered UxS certificate classes this summer and fall that will give working knowledge of everything...
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New Board Members Announced
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New Board Members Announced

GCOOS is pleased to announce the winners of our recent Board of Directors election. The Board sets organization policy and direction for the...
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Stones Metocean Observatory Project
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Stones Metocean Observatory Project

About this Product: Stones Metocean Observatory Project  Launch Stones Metocean Observatory Project (Stones MetObs) is a long-term deep ocean observatory in the Gulf...
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Deep Ocean Observing
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Deep Ocean Observing

Shell’s floating production, storage and offloading facility called Stones is the world’s deepest oil and gas project. Operating in 9,500 feet of water...
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Join GCOOS Today

Are you with an organization engaged in some aspect of ocean observing? Do you use data, products or services from observing system elements...
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