A wave buoy located 35 miles west of King Island is now providing wave, temperature, and other real-time data thanks to a partnership between the AOOS, the Western Alaska LCC, and the University of Victoria. Continue reading
Real time data on wave conditions is once again available to Homer-area boaters thanks to a recent deployment effort by NOAA, KBRR, ADFG, the Gulf Watch Alaska program, and AOOS. Continue reading
A wave buoy located 30 miles west of King Island is now providing wave, temperature, and other real-time data thanks to a partnership between the AOOS, the Western Alaska LCC, and the University of Victoria. Continue reading
Anchorage volunteers picked up over 500 pounds of trash on June 23 as part of an international effort to improve the health of beaches.
Recently, we’ve been getting a lot of questions from the AOOS community about how to download original data sets hosted through our web portals. Whether you are traveling (or live) in a remote location with limited broadband or you’re looking … Continue reading
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A data-sharing agreement between NOAA and three oil companies (Shell, ConocoPhillips, and StatOil) with leases in the Chukchi Sea is yielding a wealth of raw environmental studies data collected by ConocoPhillips, Shell and Statoil in the Chukchi Sea between 2008 and 2011. Click here to read more
AOOS is hiring a new Coordinator for Operations Development. Read more about this full time role to help expand AOOS capacity.
The USCG vessel Healy is conducting scientific research in the Arctic. Check out hourly photos of the Arctic Ocean from its high-mounted webcam… sunrise, sea ice, maybe even a marine mammal or two…
AOOS just launched its Facebook page. Check the new site and get the latest on Alaska’s coasts and oceans.
The Center for Ocean Science Education Excellence interviewed Dr. Mike Castellini about his background and passion for marine science. Find out what Dr. Castellini had to say.