OOMD News

8 Ways to Visualize Argo Data 22 October 2019

8 Ways to Visualize Argo Data

The international Argo Program held its 20th Data Management Team Meeting from October 13-18, 2019 in Villefranche-sur-mer. For the first time, this annual meeting included a focus on data visualization tools to help a variety of audiences connect Argo to our global weather and climate.
NOAA Research Awards $3 Million for Biogeochemical Argo Float Research 9 October 2019

NOAA Research Awards $3 Million for Biogeochemical Argo Float Research

NOAA Research’s Ocean Observing and Monitoring Division has awarded $3 million in funding for projects that will expand the ability of the global Argo Program to measure ocean chemistry.
Successful Deployment of KEO Ocean Climate Station 8 October 2019

Successful Deployment of KEO Ocean Climate Station

Pacific Marine Environmental Lab (PMEL) and partners aboard the Kaiyo Maru #1 successfully completed the Kuroshio Extension Observatory (KEO) mooring turnaround cruise during typhoon season.
Hurricane Lorenzo Passes Directly Over PIRATA Mooring 3 October 2019

Hurricane Lorenzo Passes Directly Over PIRATA Mooring

On Thursday, September 26, 2019, Hurricane Lorenzo tracked directly over the PIRATA T-Flex mooring at 15°N, 38°W. Despite the direct hit, the mooring remains in position and continues to transmit high-quality, high-resolution data in real-time.
Pensacola Tide Gauge Station Upgraded with New Sensors 2 September 2019

Pensacola Tide Gauge Station Upgraded with New Sensors

The tide gauge station in Pensacola, Florida has successfully been upgraded to include Continuous Global Navigation Satellite Systems (cGNSS) sensors. This upgrade is part of a larger upgrade plan for all US based Global Sea Level Observing System (GLOSS) tide gauge stations.
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Tony Perry III LCDR
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Ocean Climate Observations
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