OUR MISSION is to provide and support high quality global ocean
observations and research to improve our scientific understanding and
inform society about the ocean’s role in environmental change.
Evolution of the Global Ocean Observing System
Over the past 30 years, ocean observations have helped inform weather forecasts, climate predictions, fisheries management and shown us how the oceans are changing over time. In this video, you will hear from some of our partners around the world about the importance of our global ocean observing system, what’s next in evolving the system to become more inclusive, and how the information we collect can be used to address rapid changes in the ocean and climate.
2023 Women in Sciences Leadership Workshop
GOMO oversees the start, growth, and transfer of a successful leadership training program The Women in Sciences Leadership Workshop was held April 12-13,
Ocean Observing Tech Enhances Climate Education in the Cook Islands
Through the SEREAD educational program, Argo’s mission to help understand the ocean’s role in the earth’s climate is shared across generations. On the
2023 Research Vessel Tracking & Coordination Tool for Arctic & Alaska Waters is Live
The Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC) is pleased to launch the 2023 Research Vessel Activities compilation webpage that provides information on planned research expeditions through
Stratus Mooring Celebrates 22 Years of Observations, Provides Critical Data on El Niño-La Niña Conditions and Ocean Heat
On February 28, 2023, a team of oceanographers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) Upper Ocean Processes Group made the 21st replacement
Second Frontiers in Ocean Observing Supplement Published in Oceanography Magazine
In March 2023, the second ocean observing supplement to Oceanography magazine was published. Frontiers in Ocean Observing: Emerging Technologies for Understanding and Managing