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scientific discoveries and program achievements for the advancement of global Ocean monitoring and observing


Meet GOMO’s Summer Interns, Kelli Ong & Diego Rivera

Each summer, NOAA provides internship opportunities for undergraduate students through programs such as the José E. Serrano Educational Partnership Program with Minority Serving Institutions (EPP/MSI) and the Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship. These programs, among other educational opportunities for K12, undergraduate, and graduate students, enable students interested in oceanic and atmospheric research and policy to

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GOMO Supports Successful International World Ocean Day Celebration

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 Day in Cape Town, South Africa. Visitors were exposed to life as a sea-going marine scientist through a tour of the 440 foot South African

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Meet the Women Advancing NOAA Hurricane Research and Forecasting

How seven women across NOAA are leading advances in hurricane technology, observing, and forecasting Hurricanes, also known as tropical cyclones, are among the most destructive natural disasters. These storms pose major risks to coastal communities and cost billions of dollars each year in damages. Impacts are expected to increase with warming ocean temperatures, rising sea

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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, 2023 at the University of Arizona. The two-day workshop hosted 50 women from across different fields and sectors including government, academia, and industry, as well as career levels ranging from graduate students,

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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 island of Mangaia of the Cook Islands in the south Pacific, the local community is highly concerned about the current and future impacts of climate change. The island of Mangaia is the

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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 Alaska and Arctic waters. The aim of this outreach tool is to improve collaboration among Arctic researchers throughout the year and to help with communications and coordination with local and Indigenous communities. 

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