• The MARACOOS Region: Inland through the watersheds from Cape Cod Massachusetts to Cape Hatteras North Carolina, we seek, discover, share and apply new knowledge and understanding of our coastal ocean.

    The MARACOOS Region: Inland through the watersheds from Cape Cod Massachusetts to Cape Hatteras North Carolina, we seek, discover, share and apply new knowledge and understanding of our coastal ocean.

  • Satellite Imagery: Through ground stations located at Rutgers University and University of Delaware, we access research satellites providing a number of products including Sea Surface Temperature, Chlorophyll and Backscatter

    Satellite Imagery: Through ground stations located at Rutgers University and University of Delaware, we access research satellites providing a number of products including Sea Surface Temperature, Chlorophyll and Backscatter

  • Weather Stations

    Weather Stations

  • Buoys: Buoys provide us with time series data at specific locations that aid in both atmospheric and oceanic forecasting and modeling

    Buoys: Buoys provide us with time series data at specific locations that aid in both atmospheric and oceanic forecasting and modeling

  • High Frequecy Radar: Our network of over 40 HF Radar Sites provide surface current mapping capabilities for the Mid-Atlantic Bight

    High Frequecy Radar: Our network of over 40 HF Radar Sites provide surface current mapping capabilities for the Mid-Atlantic Bight

  • Autonomous Underwater Vehicles: AUV's and gliders are an integrated instrument platform designed to operate in the coastal ocean

    Autonomous Underwater Vehicles: AUV's and gliders are an integrated instrument platform designed to operate in the coastal ocean

  • Regional Ocean Models and Data Visualization

    Regional Ocean Models and Data Visualization

  • Weather Ensemble

    Weather Ensemble

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Anna Heads Off Into The Storm

from BIOS

While most items are being tied down in Bermuda this week as Hurricane Gonzalo takes aim at the island, a yellow undersea glider named “Anna” will swim straight into the storm, piloted by a BIOS scientist taking advantage of a rare opportunity to learn what happens below the ocean surface during a hurricane.

US EPA Tech Demo Day

MARACOOS' Stakeholder Liaison Peter Moore joined Rutgers University professor Josh Kohut and interns Tobias Schofield and Rachael Sacatelli at the US EPA Tech Demo Day recently. The invitation to present grew from Josh's work with NJ DEP water quality monitoring for dissolved oxygen off the NJ shore. This was a great opportunity to showcase both Josh's monitoring work and the wider MARACOOS observatory capability.

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