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Biden-Harris Administration invests $2.1 million for measuring surface ocean carbon through the Investing in America agenda

Funding will expand observations, improve forecasting of carbon dioxide levels in the ocean surface and atmosphere This is a repost of a NOAA.gov press release published May 30, 2024. Today, the Department of Commerce and NOAA announced the award of $2.1 million to support surface ocean and atmospheric carbon observations and monitoring through President Biden’s

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GOMO releases inaugural Accomplishments Report for 2023

NOAA’s Global Ocean Monitoring and Observing Program (GOMO) has released its inaugural Accomplishments Report for 2023. This report covers the many accomplishments that are paving the way toward meeting GOMO’s 2021-2025 Strategic Plan objectives and strengthening the global ocean observing system and enterprise. Below is an excerpt from the Director’s Letter in the report: “Throughout

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Biden-Harris Administration invests $2.7 million to improve ocean observations with new robotic floats through Investing in America agenda

Funding will support expansion of the Argo ocean observing system This is a repost of a NOAA.gov press release published April 10, 2024. Today, NOAA and the Department of Commerce announced that $2.7 million from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) will be used to replenish and expand an important array of robotic floats in the

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Meet Our 2024 Knauss Fellows: Allison Lepp and Kyla Kelly

Following our annual tradition of hosting Sea Grant Knauss Fellows, this February the Global Ocean Monitoring and Observing (GOMO) Program welcomed Allison (Alie) Lepp and Kyla Kelly!  Alie comes to GOMO from Virginia Sea Grant and is supporting the Arctic Research and Communications portfolios. Kyla is from the University of Southern California Sea Grant and

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