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12/15/2013

PhOD Researchers on the PIRATA Northeast Extension cruise

Researchers from the Physical Oceanography Division of AOML participated in a tropical Atlantic cruise beginning in November to collect oceanographic and atmospheric data and service five surface moorings, in support of the Prediction and Research Moored Array in the Tropical Atlantic (PIRATA) Northeast Extension project (PNE). Full story>>


09/01/2013

PhOD hosts XBT Science Team web page

The XBT Science Team web page was created to provide easy access to eXpendable BathyThermographs (XBTs) data, XBT-derived products, and other XBT-related scientific and operational information; and to also bring together scientists to highlight the uses of XBT data including upper ocean thermal structure and variability, and ocean current transport. Full story>>


06/30/2013

New AMVERSEAS 9.1 tested in the NOAA vessel Gordon Gunter

Two meteorological components of the new AMVERSEAS 9.1 were installed and sucessfully tested on the NOAA fleet vessel Gordon Gunter. This was the first AMVERSEAS 9.1 test in a shipboard environment performed by volunteer observers. Full story>>


05/30/2013

Two Summer Interns at PhOD

Mr. Dillon Amaya and Ms. Alexandra Ramos have recently started a two-month summer internship at PhOD. During this period, they will be advised by scientists at PhOD in Ocean-Climate studies. Full story>>


04/01/2012

Adopt a Drifter Program on the Weather Channel

In celebration of Earth Day, three students from the Key Biscayne K-8 Center, Key Biscayne, FL deployed a NOAA drifter on April 27 as part of the Adopt-A-Drifter Program, in partnership with students from the International Preparatory School in Santiago, Chile. The three Florida students were top winners in a competition to describe the significance of the ocean in their lives. As part of this event, Rick Lumpkin was interviewed on the Weather Channel where he described NOAA's Global Drifter Program and the Adopt-A-Drifter outreach effort. Full story>>


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