(From New York Times / By William J. Broad) Picture a volcano. Now imagine that its main vent extends in a line. Now imagine that this line is so long that it runs for more than 40,000 miles through the dark recesses of all the world’s oceans, girding the globe like the seams of a […]
The second annual Our Ocean 2015 Conference was held in in Valparaiso, Chile on October 5-6, 2015. This year, more than 400 leaders dedicated to protecting the ocean participated in the conference with the goal for each to commit to concrete actions to protect ocean areas and marine resources. Secretary of State John Kerry gave opening remarks at the conference alongside of the […]
Ocean robots installed off the coast of Massachusetts have helped scientists understand a previously unknown process by which warm Gulf Stream water and colder waters of the continental shelf exchange. (From Eurekalert.org) — The process occurs when offshore waters, originating in the tropics, intrude onto the Mid-Atlantic Bight shelf and meet the waters originating in […]
This fall, an integrated infrastructure of sensor systems will sprawl, swim, and anchor itself across our oceans as part of the Oceans Observatories Initiative, a project 10 years in the making.
When an underwater volcano erupted in April off the Oregon coast, researchers knew within minutes that something spectacular was happening more than 300 miles offshore.
The OOI Cabled Array was profiled in a PBS News Hour video July 7th. Check out the video here with interviews from OOI scientists and deep sea footage.
The OOI Endurance Array and the scientists from Oregon State University, in charge of its development and construction, were recently profiled in the Oregon-based Register Guard
Researchers from Oregon State University hit the Pacific waters Tuesday to drop the area’s final piece of a more than 10-year initiative.
OOI Endurance Array Project Manager, Ed Dever, and Project Scientist Jack Barth were interviewed on the Oregon Public Broadcasting program Think Out Loud last week.
OOI Arrays in the U.S. Pacific Northwest were featured in last weekends edition of the Skagit Valley Herald.