Identifying the Backbone of a Global Observing System for Marine Life and Planning Its Implementation for the Next Decade; Santa Barbara, California, 5–7 March 2019
Collaboration to Compile Open-Source Sites of Seafloor Fluid Expulsion Anomalies, AGU Fall Meeting 2018; Washington, D.C., 14 December 2018
An idealized model explores whether hurricane intensity forecasts could potentially be improved by incorporating coastal surface currents data.
Scientists recreate ocean climate data to explore historical warming—and cooling—trends in Earth's seas.
With enough sensors, traditional forecasting methods could be replaced by models continuously updated with real-time wave data.
Results from the first decade-long reanalysis simulation of northwest European shelf biogeochemistry show the importance of quantifying the uncertainty in these indicators to inform marine policy.