Last weekend a Teaching with Data Workshop (New Brunswick, New Jersey, May 19-21, 2017) brought together undergraduate professors from six states to learn the software and explore pilot content developed by OOI.
The Axial Seamount Biology Catalog is a collection of stunning video and still imagery obtained during the Construction and Operation and Maintenance phases of the OOI Cabled Array spanning 2011 to 2016. The catalog currently contains 39 unique faunal entries, 63 videos, and 62 images.
From Lab Manager Magazine (May 8, 2017): There’s a lot going on below the ocean waves off the coast of Oregon and Washington—activity most of us would miss if it weren’t for the Ocean Observatories Initiative’s (OOI’s) Cabled Array.
We are excited to announce that the OOI Community Forum is now live and available for community members to use.
The Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) is beginning work to compile a special issue of Oceanography Magazine centered around the OOI and research conducted using its data. Within the special issue, we would like to include articles written by you, our OOI user community, on your research using OOI data.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution recently published a video highlighting how data from the Pioneer Array is helping research explore life on the Continental Shelf off the coast of New England. Check out the full story here.
Letter from the Director OOI User Community and Colleagues, It’s been a while since we’ve reached out to you all with a formal update, and I’m very pleased to be able to lead off this new update with my take on the very busy end of 2016 and opening months of 2017. Let’s start with […]
In January, the OOI Operations Manager, Thomas Wims, attended the two-day US Underwater Glider Workshop at the INFINITY Space Center in Mississippi, hosted by the Interagency ocean Observation Committee (IOOC). Over 90 people were in attendance from approximately 40 organizations representing universities, federal government agencies, nonprofits, industry, and the US Navy. The focus of the […]
Last month Greg Ulses, Director of the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI), gave an overview presentation of the OOI to an international audience as part of the ongoing GOOS Webinar series. The discussion focused on describing the OOI infrastructure, data access, and opportunities for national and international engagement and collaboration. If you missed the event, download […]
Utilizing high volumes of data for research and education increases both opportunities and challenges to analyzing and synthesizing these data into scientific understanding. We are pleased to offer two workshops that explore the unprecedented opportunities to engage undergraduate learners in authentic data experiences using real-world data sets, models, and simulations from the OOI. Chemistry and […]