Using OceansMap to Follow Hurricane Matthew

OceansMap is being used by MARACOOS (Mid-Atlantic Regional Association Coastal Ocean Observing System) to visualize and analyze data as the hurricane season moves into full swing. Researchers and scientists from […]

Tuesday Morning Matthew Update

The large scale view from of the atmospheric circulation over the North Atlantic. And now the 5-day track cone has moved closer to the South Atlantic Bight, with the track […]

Monday PM Matthew Update

Glider Clark is still under the cloud bands feeding into Matthew as it approaches Cuba. Both this morning’s and this evening’s warning cones are shown here. You can see the […]

MARACOOS Prepares for Matthew

MARACOOS began coordinated preparations for Hurricane Matthew with our usual Friday Operations Call on September 30. Here is a quick review of discussion points and plans. First an update on […]

Going with the flow

On May 10, 2016, the United States Coast Guard released seven surface drifters into the Atlantic Ocean between Massachusetts and New Jersey in an effort to validate a variety of […]