IOOS News

PacIOOS Released Voyager

PacIOOS released a new data visualization and exploration tool, the Voyager.  It is an interactive map interface for visualizing and downloading oceanographic observations, forecasts, and other geospatial data and information related to the marine environment and beyond.  See it here: http://pacioos.org/voyager

GCOOS Responds to Boater Needs

Boaters on the Gulf of Mexico need quick, ready access to weather and ocean conditions while they are on the water.  Responding to this need, GCOOS has launched a new web-based products that are easily accessed from mobile devices.  Log on to the GCOOS website to find wind forecasts, pop-up window with weather information along with the nautical chart station information and other information.

IOOS Summit - 11/13/12

The Interagency Ocean Observation Committee is excited to announce the upcoming IOOS Summit being held at the Hyatt Dulles November 13-16, 2012. The Ocean.US Workshop Proceedings in 2002 set the stage for the nation’s first Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS). Ten years later, IOOS has evolved significantly to meet the nation’s ocean observing needs. With the foundation of an integrated system now in place, the ocean observing community can begin developing a comprehensive ocean observing plan that addresses technical, scientific, and management components for the coming decade. For more information, visit the IOOS Website.

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