Category Archives: Cook Inlet news
On April 10th, AOOS hosted a call to discuss the state of knowledge of freshwater input into Cook Inlet. Read the summary and find more resources.
The Cook Inlet Modeling Working group is a collection of ocean circulation, wind, and wave modelers focusing on Cook Inlet. They convene through bi-monthly calls to network and advance modeling in the region. Read the summary of the latest call, or join the group to find out more about existing and future projects.
Visit Homer in March to learn about the research and science taking place in Kachemak Bay. The two-day conference will also include two workshops on enhancing science communicating in our communities.
A wave buoy sponsored by AOOS and its partners came loose last week from its tether in Cook Inlet. Thanks to support from the Kachemak Bay Research Reserve, the buoy has been retrieved.
On August 24th, NOAA’s National Ocean Service and the Alaska Energy Authority (AEA) held a stakeholder meeting in Anchorage to discuss research for tidal energy generation in Cook Inlet