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
Argo float data reveal regional deviations from existing models of the relationship between ocean color and biogeochemistry.
Researchers look at more than 3 decades of temperature trends in the deep ocean to understand the layers' energy budgets.
Workshop on Mission Concepts for Marine Debris Sensing; Honolulu, Hawaii, 19–21 January 2016
Currents off the coast of northern Brazil can be used to study changes in the larger oceanic circulation pattern in the Atlantic, when variable winds in the regions are properly accounted for.
The ALOHA Cabled Observatory, located 100 kilometers north of Oahu, is enabling a variety of studies of the biology and physics of the deep ocean.
Researchers use radar wave scattering properties of nearshore waves to studying shoreline dynamics.