On August 21, the path of totality of the “Eclipse Across America” will pass directly over two OOI Coastal Endurance Array Surface Moorings. These moorings will “see” the eclipse minutes before it is seen from the mainland.
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The University-National Oceanographic Laboratory System (UNOLS) hosted a recent workshop in Portland, OR focused on the current and future science that can be addressed by the extensive OOI infrastructure operational in the Northeast Pacific.
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 […]
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 […]
On June 2nd, an OOI team led by Oregon State University set out on a cruise to deploy the final ocean buoy of the Endurance Array on OSU’s R/V Pacific Storm.
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.
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.
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.
The OOI Endurance Array, located off the coast of Oregon and Washington, is a cross shelf coastal array composed of cabled and un-cabled moorings, seafloor sensors, and gliders.