Projects

The OOI was designed to be flexible, with an ability to adapt to changing technology and add instrumentation on to existing platforms. Inherent in its organizational structure with multiple institutions responsible for maintaining and operating the infrastructure, the OOI is also an example of successful collaborative partnerships.

Outlined here are the many projects, funded by both government agencies and private institutions, being conducted in collaboration with the OOI.

3D Acoustic Telescope

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The W.M. Keck Foundation awarded the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) a project to design, construct, and test a 3D Acoustic Telescope (3D-AT). Like an optical telescope, the acoustic telescope gives scientists the ability to focus in on individual sounds originating from long distances and direct observation of phenomena including waves, rainfall, and earthquakes that produce telltale acoustic signatures. The instrument is sensitive to a broad range of frequencies, helping to map the complexity of sounds in the ocean and enabling a more nuanced view of both the natural and human-generated underwater soundscape.

The 3D-AT was deployed approximately 1km from the Pioneer Array Offshore Surface Mooring (OSSM), in ~455m water depth. This location is within the Pioneer Array permit area. The 3D-AT sends real-time data to via WIFI to OSSM for transmission back to shore via OSSM’s satellite communications system. The data generated is being made publicly available through the OOI data portal, without an embargo period.

New England Shelf Break Acoustics

The Office of Naval Research Task Force Ocean program selected a group of WHOI scientists to conduct an ocean acoustic experiment in spring 2021 on the New England shelf break area 85 nm south of Martha’s Vineyard, MA. This New England Shelf Break Acoustics (NESBA) experiment investigated how the oceanic processes at shelf break regions affect underwater acoustic propagation in both sound pressure amplitude and phase, with an equally important research objective to study the influences on acoustic localization.

The ocean processes of particular interest are shelf-break fronts, thermohaline intrusions, internal waves, etc., along with other significant marine geological features and biological factors, such as submarine canyons, seabed properties, and fish schooling and shoaling. An integrated research approach with strong interdisciplinary collaborations was part of the NESBA project, including theory development, numerical modeling, and field work experiments. The NESBA project did not transmit data via OOI, but rather during the NESBA cruises, the R/V Neil Armstrong was on site to receive acoustic data directly from 3DAT. NESBA data are not available to the public.

Self-Calibrating Pressure Recorder

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The Self-Calibrating Pressure Recorder (SPCR) was developed by Drs. Mark Zumberge and Glen Sasagawa at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography with funding through the National Science Foundation’s Office of Technology and Interdisciplinary Coordination and Marine Geology and Geophysics within the Oceanography Program. The instrument includes two redundant quartz pressure gauges that can measure drift in pressure signals to create a drift-free times series of seafloor height.

This geodetic instrument measures seafloor deformation at Axial Seamount caused by buildup of melts and gases in the subsurface (inflation) and subsidence (deflation), which rapidly occurs during diking eruptive events. Raw data from the SPCR can be accessed through OOI’s data portal.

This geodetic instrument measures seafloor deformation at Axial Seamount caused by buildup of melts and gases in the subsurface (inflation) and subsidence (deflation), which rapidly occurs during diking eruptive events. Raw data from the SPCR can be accessed through OOI’s data portal.

Vent Imaging Sonar System

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This project makes it possible to monitor, in real time and over long periods of time, the fluids venting from seafloor hydrothermal vents. A Cabled Observatory Vent Imaging Sonar system, capable of long-term monitoring of hydrothermal vent fluid fluxes, was installed on the Regional Cabled Array at the ASHES hydrothermal field in the caldera of Axial Volcano on the Juan de Fuca Ridge. This sonar system images hydrothermal discharge and measures heat transferred by that discharge into the ocean from the subseafloor. It is making it possible to monitor and quantify hydrothermal discharge and the heat transferred by it from rocks below the seafloor to the ocean.

Funding was provided by the National Science Foundation under its Collaborative Research program. Dr. Karen Bemis at Rutgers University is the principal investigator. One goal of the installation is to continue improving the system and developing it into a reliable tool for long-term repeated quantification of hydrothermal activity (fluid flow and heat transport) using acoustic sensing. The sonar system makes synoptic measurements across a significant areal extent of the vent field and can collect and transmit data for periods of up to several years. This greatly reduces the need for extrapolation in the data. In addition to the monitoring, this research is also helping to exploit an innovative method for inversion of acoustic data to estimate the heat flux of diffuse-flow around the vents using a newly developed acoustic method. Deployment of the instrument will run through 2022.

CTD Additions at Regional Cabled Array

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This project deploys additional monitoring instruments at Axial Seamount through 2024, which will improve forecasting of the next eruption, modeling of magma supplied and stored within the volcano, and will test ideas about how the deep-sea marine environment is impacted by submarine eruptions. This research will improve our understanding of how volcanoes work and how eruptions can be better forecast (both on land and underwater).

Dr. William Chadwick of Oregon State University serves as principal investigator on this National Science Foundation funded project, which involves modest, cost-effective, and timely enhancements to the instrumentation on the Regional Cable Array. A key element is the deployment of Conductivity, Temperature, Depth (CTD) instruments on the seafloor to measure changes in salinity to test the hypothesis that hydrothermal brines are released in the summit caldera during some eruptions. These enhancements to the monitoring effort at Axial Seamount will be available in time to be deployed during the next eruption at Axial Seamount (currently expected between 2020-2022), which will help to increase our understanding of the shallow magma supply and storage systems at active basaltic volcanoes, the processes that lead to and trigger eruptions, and the impacts of submarine eruptions on hydrothermal systems and chemosynthetic ecosystems.

Rotating Tiltmeter for Marine Geodesy

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Measurements of ground deformation due to the motion of the Earth’s tectonic plates are important for scientific research aimed at understanding volcanoes and earthquakes. Tiltmeters measure changes in the tilt or slope of the ground that can occur for example, when a volcano inflates prior to an eruption or when the stresses that cause earthquakes lift up one part of the earth relative to another. This project is developing a new type of tiltmeter that will correct for instrument drift by calibrating the sensor against the Earth’s gravitational force, which can be considered constant at any point on the Earth. The tiltmeter will be deployed on the Regional Cabled Array at Axial Seamount, an active volcano in the Northeast Pacific Ocean. Tilt is being measured by other methods at the site, which allows validation of the new instrument. The data collected by this instrument will be made available to the public and other scientists via the OOI.

Geodetic measurements of seafloor deformation are essential to understand geodynamic processes at oceanic plate boundaries but are quite challenging. The newly developed tiltmeter is based on a high-resolution three-component quartz crystal accelerometer. If the accelerometer is deployed on a stable platform that is coupled to the seafloor, changes in tilt of the horizontal channels of the accelerometer will lead to changes in the measured accelerations with time but so will the drift of the sensors. The approach to correcting the horizontal channels for sensor drift is to conduct a periodic calibration by rotating (or “flipping”) each horizontal channel into the vertical for a short interval to measure the acceleration of gravity, g. Since g is to a high degree of accuracy invariant at any location, changes in the measurement of g between successive rotations can be attributed to sensor drift. This measurement of drift can then be used to correct each horizontal accelerometer channel to obtain a time series of true tilt changes between calibrations. Dr. William Wilcock is principal investigator for this National Science Foundation funded project.

InVADER Platform for Exobiology Research

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Funded by NASA a team led by Dr. Pablo Sobron of the Seti Institute and Laurie Barge of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Research Laboratory, are building a 4.6-meter tall platform with three Raman laser systems and two imaging instruments making possible real-time visualization to study underwater hydrothermal systems at Axial Seamount. Their project, known as InVADER (In-situ Vent Analysis Divebot for Exobiology Research), brings next-generation space exploration tools to 1500 meters below the ocean surface. InVADER is making it possible to validate strategies and adaptive missions, and signatures of life in extreme ocean environments. It is conducting hydrothermal fluid and rock sampling, through the development of a Remotely Operated Vehicle rock drill. This sampling is allowing for fluid gas and chemical analyses, microbial genomic characterization, extensive site characterization, machine learning, and the creation of a “virtual” world.

By being resident on-site at the vent, InVADER will capture transient events and provide spatial and temporal access to a deep ocean hydrothermal system. It is expected that the data collected will help determine new strategies to study life in Earth’s oceans and refine methods for how to study habitable vent systems on ocean worlds like Europa or Enceladus in the future.

M3: Acoustic Monitoring of Natural Release of Methane Gas from the Seafloor

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The Southern Hydrate Ridge (SHR) is a key cabled site on the Regional Cabled Array, which has attracted numerous national and international investigators. One is M3: Acoustic Monitoring of Natural Release of Methane Gas from the seafloor, a several year-program funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research to quantify methane flux from the Southern Hydrate Ridge RCA site. Professor Gerhard Bohrmann and Dr. Yann Marcon of MARUM at the University of Bremen, Germany, are principal investigators.

The M³ pro­ject is mon­it­or­ing the nat­ural re­lease of meth­ane from the seabed over the long-term (> 2 years), con­tinu­ously and in real time. To achieve this, it installed two sonar sys­tems at the sea­floor to mon­itor gas bubble emis­sions at the south­ern sum­mit of Hy­drate Ridge. One ro­tat­ing mult­i­beam sonar provides the over­view of the en­tire gas and gas-hy­drate in­flu­enced area. A second high-res­ol­u­tion sonar is quan­ti­fy­ing the amount of in­di­vidual gas streams. The system is providing unprecedented 360-degree imaging of all methane plumes issuing from SHR, as well as the first flux measurements of this methane release.

Related Research

From 2013 through 2019, the National Science Foundation has supported nearly 80 research projects that used OOI data to help answer scientific questions. These projects involved 1953 Principal Investigators at 30+ research institutions, with NSF’s support nearing $51 million.

A complete list of these OOI-related research investigations by array is found below.

ArrayAwardTitleStartEndPIOrganizationOther Contributors
RCA1700850Collaborative Research: Cloud-Capable Tools for MG&G-Related Image Analysis of OOI HD Camera Video20162018Aaron MarburgUniversity of Washington
RCA1657839Collaborative Research: Inferences on Cascadia Deformation Front and Plate Interface Properties from Advanced Studies of Active Source Seismic Data20172020Adrien ArnulfUniversity of Texas AustinShuoshuo Han
RCA1658199Collaborative Research: Axial 3-D - Exploring the linkages between complex magma chamber structure, caldera dynamics, fluid pathways and hydrothermal venting20182021Adrien ArnulfUniversity of Texas Austin
RCA1658018Collaborative Research: Axial 3-D - Exploring the linkages between complex magma chamber structure, caldera dynamics, fluid pathways and hydrothermal venting20182021Alistair HardingScripps Institution of Oceanography
GI1258823SAVI: Collaborative Research: Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic--the Irminger and Iceland Basins20132019Amy BowerWoods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionFiammetta Straneo
CP1459665Collaborative Research: A Model-Based Synthesis of Mid Atlantic Bight Pioneer Array Data to Infer Across-shelf Fluxes, Frontal Variability, and Characteristics of the Array20152019Andrew MooreUniversity of California Santa CruzChristian Petitpas
CP1851242Collaborative Research: Recent Changes in Shelfbreak Exchange on the Northeast Shelf: Process-Oriented Observations of Salinity Maximum Intrusions20192022Avijit GangopadhyayUniversity of Massachusetts Dartmouth
CE1332753Structure of cross-shelf circulation in a buoyancy-influenced, wind-driven Eastern Boundary Current system20132018Barbara HickeyUniversity of WashingtonRyan McCabe
RCA1633936Collaborative Research: Fingerprinting source-to-sink associations for deep-marine vitriclastic deposits and their association to caldera formation on Axial Seamount20162020Brian DreyerUniversity of California Santa Cruz
RCA1821567Collaborative Research: Environmental Data-Driven Inquiry and Exploration - Using Large Datasets to Build Quantitative Reasoning20182023Catherine O'ReillyIllinois State UniversityThomas Meixner, William Hunter, Cailin Orr, Rebekka Darner
All1321641SAVI: Building a framework between the EU and the USA to harmonize data products relevant to global research infrastructures in the environmental field20132020Charles MeertensUNAVCO
RCA1835791Collaborative Research: Framework: Data: NSCI: HDR: GeoSCIFramework: Scalable Real-Time Streaming Analytics and Machine Learning for Geoscience and Hazards Research20192022Charles MeertensUNAVCOScott Baker, David Mencin
CP1851256Collaborative Research: Recent Changes in Shelfbreak Exchange on the Northeast Shelf: Process-Oriented Observations of Salinity Maximum Intrusions20192022Christopher GlassCommercial Fisheries Research Foundation
RC1737019Collaborative Research: Advancing Deformation Monitoring Methods at Axial Seamount20172020David CaressMonterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
GI1756613The Annual Cycle of the Biological Carbon Pump in the Subpolar North Atlantic20182021David NicholsonWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution
RCA1821564Collaborative Research: Environmental Data-Driven Inquiry and Exploration - Using Large Datasets to Build Quantitative Reasoning20182023Dax SouleQueens College
CP1657803Collaborative Research: Shelfbreak Frontal Dynamics: Mechanisms of Upwelling, Net Community Production, and Ecological Implications20172020Dennis McGillicuddyWoods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionHeidi Sosik, Weifeng Zhang
RCA1635276Collaborative Research: Earthquake Catalog and Waveform Analysis to Assess the Evolution of Axial Seamount Surrounding the 2015 Eruption20162019DeWayne BohnenstielNorth Carolina State University
RCA1835661Collaborative Research: Framework: Data: NSCI: HDR: GeoSCIFramework: Scalable Real-Time Streaming Analytics and Machine Learning for Geoscience and Hazards Research20192022Diego MelgarUniversity of Oregon
GI GS1829962Collaborative Research: Investigations of Wind-Driven Exchange and Long-Wave Modulation of Surface Fluxes Under Strong Wind Conditions Using OOI Data20182021Doug VandemarkUniversity of New Hampshire
All2038697Collaborative Conference: A Workshop to Explore Data Science in Oceanography20202021Emilio MayorgaUniversity of WashingtonWu-Jung Lee, Co-PI
RCA1536320Collaborative Research: Understanding the Spatio-Temporal Characteristics of Earthquakes at Axial Seamount Late in an Eruptive Cycle20152018Felix WaldhauserColumbia UniversityMaria Tolstoy, Co-PI
RCA1951448Collaborative Research: Caldera Dynamics and Eruption Cycles at Axial Seamount20202023Felix WaldhauserColumbia UniversityMaria Tolstoy, Co-PI
CP1657853Dynamics of Shelfbreak Processes and Shelf/Slope Exchange South of New England20172019Glen GawarkiewiczWoods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionWeifeng Zhang, Roger Todd
CP1851261Collaborative Research: Recent Changes in Shelfbreak Exchange on the Northeast Shelf: Process-Oriented Observations of Salinity Maximum Intrusions20192022Glen GawarkiewiczWoods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionRuth Musgrave
RCA2021820Continued Drift-Free Seafloor Pressure Observations at Axial Seamount - Capturing the Vertical Defomation Time Series of a Magmatic System20202024Glen SasagawaScripps Institution of Oceanography
RCA1658021Collaborative Research: Axial 3-D - Exploring the linkages between complex magma chamber structure, caldera dynamics, fluid pathways and hydrothermal venting20182021Graham KentUniversity of Nevada Reno
RCA1834813Collaborative Research: Heat flow mapping and quantification at ASHES hydrothermal vent field using an observatory imaging sonar20182020Guangyu XuUniversity of WashingtonChris German
RCA1736920Collaborative Research: Heat flow mapping and quantification at ASHES hydrothermal vent field using an observatory imaging sonar20172018Guangyu XuWoods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionChris German
All2033919Collaborative Research: OOI Biogeochemical Sensor Data Workshop20202021Heather BenwayWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution
All2034002Collaborative Research: OOI Biogeochemical Sensor Data Workshop20202021Hilary PalevskyBoston College
GI1946072The Annual Cycle of the Biological Carbon Pump in the Subpolar North Atlantic20192021Hilary PalevskyBoston College
GI1755574The Annual Cycle of the Biological Carbon Pump in the Subpolar North Atlantic20182021Hilary PalevskyWellesley College
CI1640834CIF21 DIBBs: EI: Virtual Data Collaboratory: A Regional Cyberinfrastructure for Collaborative Data Intensive Science20162020Ivan RoderoRutgers UniversityManish Parashar, Grace Agnew, James von Oehsen, Jenni Evans, Vasant Honavar
CI1745246EAGER: Online Processing of Data in Large Facilities using National Advanced CyberInfrastructure20172020Ivan RoderoRutgers UniversityManish Parashar
RCA1835692Collaborative Research: Framework: Data: NSCI: HDR: GeoSCIFramework: Scalable Real-Time Streaming Analytics and Machine Learning for Geoscience and Hazards Research20192022Ivan RoderoRutgers UniversityJuan Jose Villalobos
RCA1745246EAGER: Online Processing of Data in Large Facilities using National Advanced CyberInfrastructure20172019Ivan RoderoRutgers UniversityManish Parashar
GI GS1829957 Collaborative Research: Investigations of Wind-Driven Exchange and Long-Wave Modulation of Surface Fluxes Under Strong Wind Conditions Using OOI Data20182021James EdsonWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution
GS1558448Sustained measurements of Southern Ocean air-sea coupling from a mobile autonomous platform20162019James GirtonUniversity of WashingtonJames Thomson
All1831625Engaging Faculty and Students in Learning with OOI Data Explorations20182020Janice McDonnellRutgers UniversityOscar Schofield, Charles Lichtenwalner
CP1658054Collaborative Research: Shelfbreak frontal dynamics: mechanisms of upwelling, net community production, and ecological implications20172020Jefferson TurnerUniversity of Massachusetts Dartmouth
All1321600SAVI: Building a framework between the EU and the USA to harmonize data products relevant to global research infrastructures in the environmental field20132020Jerry CarterIRISTimothy Ahern
RCA1813620Workshop: Community Input on Long-Term Deployments of Resident Autonomous Undersea Vehicles; University of Washington; April, 201820182019John DelaneyUniversity of WashingtonDana Manalang, Aaron Marburg, Anuscheh Nawaz
All1634736Development and Field Testing of a Lift-Assisted Moored Profiler: LAMP20162020John TooleWoods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionJeffrey O'Brien, Fredrik Thwaites
GA GI GP GS1850762Quantifying internal wave and mesoscale variability using Ocean Observatory Initiative data20192022John TooleWoods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionRuth Musgrave
CP1459646Collaborative Research: A model-based synthesis of Mid Atlantic Bight Pioneer Array data to infer across-shelf fluxes, frontal variability, and characteristics of the array20152018John WilkinRutgers UniversityHernan Arango
RCA1947776Characterizing and quantifying the impact of phagotrophic protists at hot spots of primary production at Axial Seamount20202023Julie HuberWoods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionMaria Pachiadaki 
RCA1736702Collaborative Research: Heat flow mapping and quantification at ASHES hydrothermal vent field using an observatory imaging sonar*20192020Karen BemisRutgers University
All2021347Improving Undergraduate Scientific Explanations: Exploring the Role of Data Literacy Skills in Scientific Reasoning20202023Kathleen BrowneRider UniversityGabriela Smalley, Charles Lichtenwalner, Andrea Drewes , Co-PIs
All1841799Educational support and synthesis based on the initial phase of the Ocean Observatories Initiative20182020Kristen YarincikConsortium for Ocean LeadershipScott Glenn, Co-PI
RCA1835566Collaborative Research: Framework: Data: NSCI: HDR: GeoSCIFramework: Scalable Real-Time Streaming Analytics and Machine Learning for Geoscience and Hazards Research20192022Kristy TiampoUniversity of Colorado Boulder
RCA1736621Collaborative Research: Heat flow mapping and quantification at ASHES hydrothermal vent field using an observatory imaging sonar20172018Leonid GermanovichGeorgia Institute of Technology
GS1558639Collaborative Research: Autonomous sampling of upper ocean mixing in the Southern Ocean due to wind forcing and double-diffusion20162018Louis St. LaurentWoods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionSophia Merrifield
GS1558369Collaborative Research: Autonomous sampling of upper ocean mixing in the Southern Ocean due to wind forcing and double-diffusion20162018Luca CenturioniScripps Institution of OceanographyEric Terrill, Sophia Merrifield
RCA1635325Collaborative Research: Earthquake Catalog and Waveform Analysis to Assess the Evolution of Axial Seamount Surrounding the 2015 Eruption20162019Margaret BoettcherUniversity of New Hampshire
RCA1834261Testing the Observation of Annual Seismic Velocity Variations at Axial Volcano20182020Maria TolstoyColumbia UniversityFelix Waldhauser 
RCA1657797Continuous and Drift Free Vertical Deformation Measurements at Axial Seamount - Installation of a Self Calibrating Pressure Recorder on the OOI Cabled Array20172019Mark ZumbergeScripps Institution of Oceanography
CE1459480Coastal Ocean Carbon Cycling during Wintertime Conditions20152019Miguel GoniOregon State UniversityR. Kipp Shearman, Angelicque White
All2038846Collaborative Conference: A Workshop to Explore Data Science in Oceanography20202021Nicholas RecordBigelow Laboratory for Ocean SciencesCatherine Mitchell, Co-PI
RCA1634995Testing eruption-triggering mechanisms at Axial Caldera using statistical data assimilation20162020Patricia GreggUniversity of Illinois Urbana Champagne
CP1657489Collaborative Research: Shelfbreak frontal dynamics: mechanisms of upwelling, net community production, and ecological implications20172020Rachel StanleyWellesley College
GI1259618SAVI: Collaborative Research: Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic - Labrador Basin and Floats20132018Robert PickartWoods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionAmy Bower
RCA1634044Collaborative Research: Fingerprinting source-to-sink associations for deep-marine vitriclastic deposits and their association to caldera formation on Axial Seamount20162020Ryan PorterSan Jose State University
RCA1356216Collaborative Research: Post-eruption reinflation at Axial Seamount20152019Scott NoonerUniversity of North Carolina Willmington
RCA1736926Collaborative Research: Advancing Deformation Monitoring Methods at Axial Seamount20172023Scott NoonerUniversity of North Carolina Willmington
All2033988 Collaborative Research: OOI Biogeochemical Sensor Data Workshop20202021Sophie ClaytonOld Dominion University
CP1558506Collaborative Research: Defining the biogeochemical drivers of diatom physiological ecology in the North Atlantic20162019Sonya DyhrmanColumbia University
RCA1924024Three Compliance Instruments for Axial Volcano to Observe Long Term Evolution of the Magma Chamber and in Support of OOI Observations20192021Spahr WebbColumbian University
GI1259102SAVI: Collaborative Research: Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic--Laborador Basin and Floats20132018Susan LozierDuke University
GI1259103SAVI: Collaborative Research: Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic - Labrador Basin and Floats20132018Susan LozierDuke University
GI2017520SAVI: Collaborative Research: Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic--Laborador Basin and Floats20192020Susan LozierGeorgia Tech Research Corporation
RCA1657737Collaborative Research: Inferences on Cascadia Deformation Front and Plate Interface Properties from Advanced Studies of Active Source Seismic Data20172020Suzanne CarbotteColumbia University
CP1558490Collaborative Research: Defining the biogeochemical drivers of diatom physiological ecology in the North Atlantic20162019Tatiana RynearsonUniversity of Rhode IslandBethany Jenkins
RCA1700923Collaborative Research: Cloud-Capable Tools for MG&G-Related Image Analysis of OOI HD Camera Video20162018Timothy CroneColumbia University
RCA1736393Collaborative Research: Heat flow mapping and quantification at ASHES hydrothermal vent field using an observatory imaging sonar20172022Timothy McGinnisUniversity of WashingtonDarrell Jackson, Aaron Marburg, Anatoliy Ivakin
CP1634289Measurements and Modeling of Wind-Wave-Current Interactions20162019W Kendall MelvilleScripps Institution of OceanographyLuc Lenain
CP1657855Collaborative Research: Shelfbreak frontal dynamics: mechanisms of upwelling, net community production, and ecological implications20172020Walker SmithCollege of William & Mary
RCA1634150Enhancements to the OOI Cabled Array at Axial Seamount20162018William ChadwickOregon State University
RCA1736882Collaborative Research: Advancing Deformation Monitoring Methods at Axial Seamount20172023William ChadwickOregon State University
RCA1546616Collaborative Research: Event response to an eruption at Axial Seamount20152017William ChadwickOregon State University
RCA1928282Phase 2 of Enhancements to the OOI Cabled Array at Axial Seamount20192024William ChadwickOregon State University
GI1259398SAVI: Collaborative Research: Overturning in the Subpolar North Atlantic--the Irminger and Iceland Basins20132018William JohnsUniversity of Miami
RCA1536219Collaborative Research: Understanding the Spatio-Temporal Characteristics of Earthquakes at Axial Seamount Late in an Eruptive Cycle20152018William WilcockUniversity of Washington
RCA1634103A Rotating Tiltmeter for Marine Geodesy: Development and Testing at Axial Seamount on the Ocean Observatories Initiative Cabled Array20162018William WilcockUniversity of Washington
RCA1950996Collaborative Research: Caldera Dynamics and Eruption Cycles at Axial Seamount20202023William WilcockUniversity of Washington
RCA1829486Developing a new calibrated pressure sensor for the Ocean Observatories Initiative Cabled Array20182021William WilcockUniversity of Washington
RCA1849930EAGER: Developing a temporally adaptive decomposition framework for analyzing long-term echosounder time series20192020Wu-Jung LeeUniversity of WashingtonValentina Staneva