Cyberinfrastructure team developing new systems to coordinate data from hundreds of ocean sensors. The cyber brains of an ambitious network of ocean observing systems has a new place to call home.
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The mandate of the OOI is to provide data to the scientific community, Tim Cowles, Vice President & Director of Ocean Observing at the Consortium for Ocean Leadership, stressed while providing an OOI update to members of the community attending the AGU meeting.
As the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) undersea cable connected the ocean to shore last week in Pacific City, Ore., local residents came out to support the program and embrace the opportunities the OOI program represents for all users of the ocean in that unique coastal community.
The OOI team over the course of the summer has tested various platforms planned for the Endurance Array that will provide extensive, sustained ocean observations off the Oregon and Washington coasts to a wide range of users including scientists, educators and the public.
The Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) program will install off the coast of Pacific City, Ore., the main undersea cable that will link scientists and others on land to data streaming from an extensive array of next generation sensors located in the ocean and on the seafloor, marking progress in construction of the first U.S. regional […]
The Consortium for Ocean Leadership announced Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, will join the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) to build a variety of software interfaces and web-based tools that ultimately will allow educators to bring the ocean into their learning environments.
The Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) program will install off the coast of Pacific City, Ore., the main undersea cable that will link scientists and others on land to data streaming from an extensive array of next generation sensors located in the ocean and on the seafloor
Deborah Kelley, professor of oceanography at the University of Washington and associate director for science for the Regional Scales Nodes (RSN) component of the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI), presented a lecture on the OOI program in April as part of the University of Rhode Island (URI) Vetlesen Lecture Series on the “State of the Oceans.
In the aftermath of the Great Taiheiyou, Japan, earthquake and resulting tsunami of March 11, media coverage has focused not only on the devastation but on a myriad of questions raised around the world about coastal preparedness, early warning capabilities and seismic monitoring on land and at sea.
The newest members of the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) team, the Implementing Organization (IO) for Education and Public Engagement (EPE), visited the Consortium for Ocean Leadership on March 24-25.