Month: February 2021

Stratus Ocean Reference Station Successfully Deployed Off Coast of Chile

Stratus Ocean Reference Station Successfully Deployed Off Coast of Chile On January 28, 2021 the 19th deployment of the Stratus Ocean Reference Station (ORS) was accomplished using the Chilean Navy Ship AGS 61 Cabo de Hornos. The Stratus ORS is located about 800 nautical miles off the coast of northern Chile, at 220 31’ S, 850 48’ W, where the ocean …

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Announcing Two New Ocean Observing Webinar Series

Announcing Two New Ocean Observing Webinar Series The AtlantOS Ocean Hour launched in February 2021 as a monthly webinar series to connect the Atlantic ocean observing community. This webinar series provides an opportunity for community engagement and development of the All-Atlantic Ocean Observing System (AtlantOS), as well as a space for the community to share ideas, progress …

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Successful Workshop for ‘Integrating Ocean Observations to Improve NOAA’s Hurricane Intensity Forecasts’

Successful Workshop for ‘Integrating Ocean Observations to Improve NOAA’s Hurricane Intensity Forecasts’ NOAA’s Global Ocean Monitoring and Observing Program, along with U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) and Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML), recently held the virtual workshop “Integrating Ocean Observations to Improve NOAA’s Hurricane Intensity Forecasts.” This workshop brought together leaders in the …

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