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GOMO supports and actively engages at events throughout the world. Our team members bring their expertise as panelists, presenters, and NOAA representatives to exchange ideas and network within the global ocean observing community.

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Upcoming Events

52nd Global Monitoring Annual Conference (GMAC)
Kathy Tedesco will participate in the 52nd Global Monitoring Annual Conference (GMAC) hosted by the Global Monitoring Laboratory May 21-22, 2024 in Boulder, Colorado. The conference aims to foster collaboration and partnerships in the global atmospheric monitoring community.

Past Events

From June 8-11th, roughly 1,000 high school students and 4,000 members of the public gathered to celebrate and learn about the oceans during a multi-day outreach event for World Ocean...

GOMO oversees the start, growth, and transfer of a successful leadership training program The Women in Sciences Leadership Workshop was held April 12-13, 2023 at the University of Arizona. The...

The Global Ocean Monitoring and Observing Program hosted its inaugural Program Review on July 11-14, 2022 in Silver Spring and virtually. Program reviews are conducted every five years to evaluate...

GOMO at the AGU Fall Meeting 2020 The American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting will take place virtually this year from December 1-17. GOMO Program Manager, Emily Smith, and Knauss Fellows Cheyenne Stienbarger...

15th Annual US-Indonesia (NOAA-BMKG) Partnership Workshop a Virtual Success The 15th Annual US-Indonesia Partnership Workshop was held from September 9-11, 2020. This annual workshop brings together NOAA and BMKG colleagues...

GOMO Workshops

GOMO hosts workshops to share recent accomplishments, discuss opportunities for further improvement, and identify solutions to challenges facing the ocean observing community.

These workshops identify ways to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion both in the research community and in our NOAA program and labs and provide an opportunity to network within the global ocean observing community.