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COVID-prevention, Quarantine, and Collaboration: Endurance Array 13 is Ready to Go

After two weeks of quarantine at home where possible, Airbnbs, and deserted family vacation homes, the 12-member Endurance Array team will head to Newport, Oregon on July 1 to board the R/V Thomas G. Thompson. As part of COVID-19 precautions, all of the needed equipment to service the Endurance Array will have been transported to […]

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Winning Name is Data Explorer!

Laura Slicer, Finance Manager for the Ocean Observatories Initiative, came up with the winning name for OOI’s new data discovery tool—Data Explorer. Hers was selected from a field of entries that ranged from the silly (Data McDataface) to creative acronyms that explained what the tool could accomplish.  Other suggestions were inspired by the likes of […]

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Join OOI’s Early Career Scientists’ Community of Practice

Early Career Scientists take notice!  If you are looking to connect with your colleagues, there is an easy and productive way to do so. OOI has a network of early career marine scientists working to develop a community of practice around ocean observatory data. All are welcome to join. The OOI ECS group is building […]

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Applications for OOIFB Data Delivery & Cyberinfrastructure Committee

The NSF Ocean Observatories Initiative Facility Board (OOIFB) is seeking applications for those willing to serve on its Data Delivery and Cyberinfrastructure Committee (DDCI). Applications are due 24 June 2020. OOIFB established the DDCI Committee in late 2018 to help ensure timely and reliable access to high-quality Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) data. The DDCI Committee […]

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NSF OCE encourages proposers to use existing data and samples

In its 23 April OCE newsletter, the National Science Foundation’s Division of Ocean Sciences reminded the oceanographic community of its interest in receiving proposals that use existing data and samples.  “The ocean research community has made significant progress in getting data and samples into public repositories for wider use and re-use.  We believe these resources […]

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