Month: June 2022

New Ocean Today Video Released!

New Ocean Today Video Released! Satellites of the Sea: Observing the Ocean for Hurricane Research June marks World Ocean Month and the start of hurricane season. Here at NOAA, we conduct tons of research to help improve our understanding of hurricanes so that we can more accurately predict hurricanes, and save lives and property. Ocean observations have a key …

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Improving Hurricane Predictions by Observing the Ocean with Cheyenne Stienbarger

Improving Hurricane Predictions by Observing the Ocean with Cheyenne Stienbarger This World Ocean Month, we sat down with Global Ocean Monitoring and Observing (GOMO) Program Manager Cheyenne Stienbarger to learn more about how ocean observing research can help improve predictions of extreme events. What is your role in GOMO? I am a program manager for …

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Work With Us! Now Hiring: Program Specialist III

Work With Us! Now Hiring: Program Specialist III The Global Ocean Monitoring and Observing Program is hiring a Program Specialist III to manage the Sea Level Monitoring Program and the Ocean Carbon Observing Network. Learn more and apply through the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR). This position will manage GOMO’s Sea Level Monitoring Program supporting the Global …

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New & Improved Outreach Tool to Track Research Vessels in the Arctic

New & Improved Outreach Tool to Track Research Vessels in the Arctic IARPC Launches New 2022 Activity Compilation The Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee (IARPC) is pleased to launch the new and improved 2022 Planned Research Vessel Activities compilation webpage that provides information on planned research expeditions through Alaska and Arctic waters. The aim of this outreach tool …

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