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12/15/2014

2013 OAR Employee of the Year Award

Rick Lumpkin and Mayra Pazos of PhOD won the 2013 OAR Employee of the Year Award. Full story>>


12/01/2014

Spring persistence, transition and resurgence of El Nino

Although the onset and decay phases of ENSO typically occurring in boreal spring and summer play very important roles in forcing climate variability around the globe, the great majority of recent studies on ENSO diversity have focused on the peak phase in boreal winter. A team of scientists led by Sang-Ki Lee, a PhOD/CIMAS scientist, presented a new approach to efficiently summarize the diversity of ENSO during the onset, peak and decay phases as a whole in terms of two spatio-temporal orthogonal modes. Full story>>


10/31/2014

US-Argentina Joint Commission Meeting on Ocean Sciences.

Drs. Gustavo Goni and Silvia Garzoli participated in the US-Argentina Joint Commission Meeting (JCM) on Science and Technology, organized by and held at the US State Department, on October 22-23. Full story>>


10/04/2014

AOML scientist participates in joint South Atlantic research cruise

Mr. Rigoberto Garcia, a CIMAS/UM employee working with AOML's Physical Oceanography Division, joined with partners from Argentina and Brazil on a recent cruise to study the Meridional Overturning Circulation (MOC) at 34.5?S in the South Atlantic during October 4-16, 2014. This cruise, onboard the Argentine research vessel ARA Puerto Deseado, was the ninth joint cruise in support of the NOAA-funded Southwest Atlantic MOC (“SAM”) project since the beginning of the project in March 2009. Participants in the cruise included researchers from the Universidade de Buenos Aires (UBA), the Servicio de Hidrografía Naval (SHN), the Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Pesquero (INIDEP), the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande (FURG), and the Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP), as well as NOAA-AOML. Full story>>


09/12/2014

New SEAS XBT Data Recorder and Iridium modem dual GPS combo tested in the AX10 XBT transect

The SEAS XBT Data Recorder component of the AMVERSEAS version 9.2 and the new Iridium modem dual GPS combo were installed and successfully tested on the Horizon Navigator during the August 2014 AX10. A total of 120 XBT's were deployed and transmitted in real-time using the new setup. Meteorological observations and AMVER reports were also transmitted. Full story>>


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