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OOI Data Portal Updated

OOI User Community and Colleagues, As you know, over the last month we have been working on improving and streamlining the OOI User Interface based on your feedback. We would like to thank everyone who took the time to review the site preview and submit their input to the Help Desk. Changes have been made […]

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OOI Endurance Array team sets sail on fall O&M cruise

On Sunday Sept. 18, the R/V Atlantis set sail off the coast of Oregon and Washington for a 17-day Operations and Maintenance cruise of the OOI Coastal Endurance Array. During this cruise, the OOI team led by Oregon State University (OSU) will recover and redeploy six surface moorings as well as the Washington Offshore Profiler Mooring […]

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OOI Monthly Update – August 2016

Letter from the Director OOI User Community and Colleagues, Our busy summer continues across the full range of the OOI program. In this month’s newsletter, as always, you can review a few of our many recent highlights. One key update is that we have now gone “live” with our updated and improved User Interface. Give […]

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Updated OOI User Interface now Live for Testing & Feedback

OOI User Community and Colleagues, We have been working on some improvements and streamlining of the OOI User Interface. Changes have been made to the format and functionality of the initial landing page, platform information pages, plotting capabilities, and data catalog. Hopefully these changes result in improved usefulness of the site and upgraded ability of […]

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[Science Highlight] Two years of Pioneer Gliders: A track line view

In July, the OOI CGSN operations team completed another “refresh” of the Pioneer glider fleet. The nominal lifetime for OOI coastal gliders (battery limited) is 90 days. The fleet is refreshed by recovery of exhausted gliders and deployment of refurbished gliders with fresh batteries. The Coastal Pioneer Array is designed to have 6 Coastal Gliders […]

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The Ocean Observatories Initiative is moving full speed ahead at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.  This unprecedented ocean science project is streaming a wealth of marine data straight from the ocean to the World Wide Web, making it free for anyone to use.  In the image above, an OOI coastal surface buoy is recovered from the ocean and hoisted onto the fantail of the research vessel Neil Armstrong.  Photo Credit: Paul Matthias, WHOI

Observing the Oceans, a Photo Tour

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), the Marine Implementing Organization for the OOI Coastal Pioneer and Global Arrays has created a photo tour of their journey with the OOI from the development and design of these arrays to the completion of construction.

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OOI Monthly Update – July 2016

Letter from the Director OOI User Community and Colleagues, I’d like to take some time this month to highlight two current focus areas for the program, and also to put in a “plug” for our upcoming Community Workshop in September. The fact that you’re reading this newsletter means you’ve accessed the OOI website. You’ve probably […]

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OOI data now available from NANOOS

Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems (NANOOS) is now serving OOI data on their NANOOS Visualization System (NVS). Data from the OOI Coastal Endurance OR and WA Line Surface Moorings can now be viewed along side other sources including NANOOS, NSF CMOP, NOAA NDBC, and CDIP. This effort marks the beginning of the larger […]

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