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- Station Papa Preliminary Data NOW AVAILABLE
- Members of OOI Team To Participate at Fall AGU Meeting
- FEATURED: Ocean Observatories Initiative to Deploy First Infrastructure in the Atlantic
- Program Update – October 2013
- Program Update – September 2013
- New York Times Highlights Rutgers University’s Large-Scale Synchronized Glider Deployment
- OOI Team Gets Students Excited About Ocean Study at Science & Engineering Fair
- FEATURED: University of Washington Team Completes Successful VISIONS ’13 Expedition
- Program Update – August 2013
- OOI to Participate in OCEANS 2013 MTS/IEEE Conference
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continental shelf Archive
Posted on November 25, 2013The OOI Program this month will install the first moored infrastructure in the Atlantic Ocean on the continental shelf and slope south of Martha’s Vineyard, MA.
Posted on October 31, 2011University of Rhode Island undergraduates participating on the Research Vessel (R/V) Endeavor’s 500th research cruise last month learned about the OOI program.
Posted on October 5, 2011The OOI program in September completed installation of the 540 miles of undersea fiber optic cable that will link scientists and others on land to data streaming from an extensive array of OOI next generation sensors located in the ocean and on the sea floor.
Posted on July 21, 2011Since the time of Homer and Aristotle, humans have been fascinated by the possibility of autonomous, self-thinking robots. Starting in the 1960’s digitally controlled robots using artificial intelligence were employed in an industrial setting, allowing for the production of goods without the need for human assistance.