As Hurricane Michael is approaching the Florida panhandle, in addition to the MARACOOS Storm Resource Center we are posting some web links where you can download real-time ocean and atmospheric data from our partners in the Gulf of Mexico
As Hurricane Florence bears down on the Carolina coast, with a predicted landfall on late Thursday/early Friday, MARACOOS is actively monitoring the storm and providing data to improve predictions, including supporting the official forecasts of the National Weather Service and the Nati
MARACOOS would like to thank all of the participants of the 2018 Annual Meeting for the user needs, expertise, and collaboration ideas shared. Keep reading for a summary of the 2018 Annual Meeting or click here to jump down to PDFs of speaker presentations.
A yellow buoy now sits where the vast open ocean meets freshwater from six different states. Why? To understand acidification in the largest estuary in the United States- the Chesapeake Bay. “This is the first buoy measuring carbon dioxide (CO2) long-term in the Chesapeake Bay” says Dr. Wei-Jun Cai, professor at University of Delaware.
Recently MARACOOS established an ERDDAP server to distribute High Frequency Radar surface current measurements. ERDDAP is a data server that provides a simple, consistent way to download subsets of scientific datasets in common file formats and also can make graphs and maps with the data. Different types of data from a variety of sources is standardized and made more accessible.
Marine Technology Society Journal Call for Papers: An Intergovernmental Blueprint for Community Resiliency: The Hampton Roads Sea Level Rise Preparedness and Resilience Intergovernmental Pilot Project March/April 2018 issue
His selection is based on a distinguished career investigating carbon cycling in estuaries and coastal oceans, ocean acidification and hypoxic interactions in coastal waters, and air-sea gas exchange processes in coastal waters and the Arctic Ocean.