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


From Mississippi to Australia: 3 Research Cruises Depart to Improve Understanding of the Atlantic and Southern Ocean

This is a repost of NOAA AOML’s original story published February 13, 2024. Scientists at NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) are gearing up for a busy season at sea with three research cruises departing in the month of February. The A13.5 Global Ocean Ship-based Hydrographic Investigations Program (GO-SHIP) cruise, the I08S GO-SHIP cruise,

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We’re Hiring! Apply to GOMO’s Education & Outreach Specialist Position

NOAA’s Global Ocean Monitoring and Observing (GOMO) Program is excited to announce a job opening for the program’s first Education & Outreach Specialist (CPAESS Program Specialist II). This position is responsible for improving the strategic coordination, visibility, and public awareness of GOMO’s education, outreach, and capacity building projects and their impact. Funding for this position

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We’re Hiring! Apply to GOMO’s Data Management Specialist position

NOAA’s Global Ocean Monitoring and Observing (GOMO) Program is hiring a Data Management Specialist (Program Specialist III). This position will provide senior-level program support for the design and development of data management approaches and policies for the GOMO and Arctic Research Program (ARP). The position will work closely with the GOMO and ARP Directors, Program

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Arctic seals float on ice in the waters near Whittier, AK, June 2023.

Biden-Harris Administration invests $1 million in advancing Arctic data management and climate resilience through Investing in America agenda

This is a repost of a NOAA press release dated December 8, 2023. View the original release on Today, the Department of Commerce and NOAA announced a $1 million Notice of Funding Opportunity for competitive grants to help improve regional climate data and information products for the Arctic region. These grants are funded through

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Recent “Triple-Dip” La Niña upends current understanding of ENSO

Repost of original story posted by NOAA Research on November 7, 2023. With the current El Niño in full force, researchers are still puzzling over the 2020–2023 La Niña that upended current understanding of El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) dynamics. The three consecutive years of La Niña conditions – a rare “triple-dip” phenomenon – had widespread impacts

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Get ready for Halloween with NOAA ocean observing pumpkin stencils!

Fall in love with science with NOAA pumpkin stencils! (Image Credit: NOAA Education/Kaleigh Ballantine) NOAA’s Global Ocean Monitoring and Observing Program wants to help you celebrate spooky season in style. Our new pumpkin carving templates highlight some of the ways NOAA measures the ocean and how ocean observations are used. Grab a pumpkin, check out

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