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.
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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.
The OOI team has deployed key pieces of the coastal OOI infrastructure along both east and west coasts. These include the second phase deployment of the Pioneer Array off the coast of New England and the initial deployment for the Endurance Array in the Northeast Pacific.
The sea trials phase of the OOI coastal gliders took place off the Oregon Coast this month…
The Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) program this month will conduct at-sea tests of moorings off the New England Coast, marking the first comprehensive test of an OOI system on the East Coast.
The Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) program has been testing of several instrument platforms planned for the Endurance Array off the Oregon coast.
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 conducted the first step in testing surface moorings in the ocean off the coast of Oregon and Washington as part of the overall OOI program to deploy a networked infrastructure of science-driven sensor systems to measure the physical, chemical, geological and biological variables in the ocean and seafloor.