Remote sensing technology proves effective in monitoring key regions of the world’s oceans, where upwelling and other essential ecosystem services occur.
A new software application merges ocean color data from instruments aboard two satellites to provide gap-free, near-real-time monitoring of the global ocean environment.
A new study quantifies the abundance of single and bonded H2O molecules in the ocean.
Evolving and Sustaining Oceans Best Practices Workshop; Paris, France, 15–17 November 2017
Time series data sets, which contain measurements repeated over a span of decades, yield important insights into our oceans’ vital signs.
A new study simulates how ocean warming due to climate change will affect the electromagnetic signal emitted by ocean tides over the next century.
Ocean Observing Infrastructure and Sensing – Technical Lessons Learned and Best Practices; Moss Landing, California, 23–25 September 2016
Advanced real-time data buoys have observed nine strong typhoons in the northwestern Pacific Ocean since 2015, providing high-resolution data and reducing the uncertainty of numerical model forecasts.
Air-Sea Fluxes for the Southern Ocean: Strategies and Requirements for Detecting Physical and Biogeochemical Exchanges; Frascati, Italy, 21–23 September 2015
A new algorithm improves the accuracy of Pacific and Indian Ocean surface temperature measurements by the Japanese geostationary satellite Himawari-8.