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Ed Dever and John Trowbridge answer questions at OOI's booth  at the Ocean Science Meeting.

Fifteen findings in 15 minutes

“Just like lightning,” in one-minute presentations, 15 scientists shared amazing ways that they are using OOI data in scientific investigations and in the classroom. This round of lightning talks capped the Ocean Observatories Initiative Facility Board’s (OOIFB) Town Hall at the 2020 Ocean Sciences Meeting on 20 February, demonstrating the multiple and creative ways OOI […]

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Array Enhanced Understanding of Complex Southern Ocean

Five years of data have made a significant difference in understanding of the complex processes occurring in the remote and hostile conditions of the Southern Ocean. In its five years of deployment, OOI’s Southern Ocean Array has provided critical data that enhanced weather modeling and forecasting, while providing means to study the mechanisms behind Southern […]

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