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- FEATURED: Installation Continues and O&M Begins at the Endurance Array
- [OOI IN THE NEWS] Oregon Public Broadcasting – Oregon Scientists Lead Underwater Research
- OOI Status Update: May 8, 2015
- [OOI IN THE NEWS] Skagit Valley Herald – “Underwater Observatory To Share Data With Those On Land”
- MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR – April 2015
- Southern Hemisphere Deployments Photo Tour
- [OOI IN THE NEWS] Sea Technology Magazine – “Reaching Farther With Cabled Ocean Observatories”
- OOI Observation and Sampling Approach Now Available Online
- [OOI IN THE NEWS] The Economist – “Wiring the World Below”
- OOI Deploys Fourth and Final Global Array
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FEATURED: Installation Continues and O&M Begins at the Endurance Array
On April 2nd, the R/V Oceanus left port in Newport, OR to continue installations of the OOI’s coastal Endurance Array as well as complete the array’s first Operations and Maintenance (O&M) cruise.
NEWS AROUND THE OOI
Posted on May 11, 2015OOI Endurance Array Project Manager, Ed Dever, and Project Scientist Jack Barth were interviewed on the Oregon Public Broadcasting program Think Out Loud last week.
Posted on May 11, 2015On the CyberInfrastructure front, we continue on schedule as per the key delivery milestones listed below. During this last week, the work focus has been on increased performance speed and full integration between the uFrame software and the user interface.
Posted on May 11, 2015OOI Arrays in the U.S. Pacific Northwest were featured in last weekends edition of the Skagit Valley Herald.
Posted on April 30, 2015In February, an OOI team, led by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) installed one global surface mooring, one global profiler mooring, two flanking moorings, and a glider at the OOI Southern Ocean station at 55oS, 90oW.