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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory

Physical Oceanography Division

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03/10/2016

Fourth Underwater Glider Mission begins

PHOD initiated the fourth underwater glider mission last Thursday with the deployments of two gliders in the Caribbean Sea off Puerto Rico. Full story>>


02/08/2016

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12/15/2015

NOAA Researchers from AOML's Physical Oceanography Division and the Southeast Fisheries Science Center's (SEFSC) Early Life History Lab (ELH) present preliminary work from a collaborative research cruise to an international audience in Havana, Cuba

In November, Ryan Smith (AOML/PhOD), John Lamkin, Trika Gerard, Estrella Malca, Sarah Privoznik, Aras Zygas, Leif Rasmuson, and Kathryn Shulzitski (SEFSC/ELH) presented preliminary results from a collaborative NOAA research cruise at the 10th Congress on Marine Science (MarCuba'2015) held in Havana, Cuba. Full story>>


11/18/2015

Exciting early success from ABIISS deep ocean test

One of the major challenges facing the oceanographic community is the difficulty in maintaining long-term ocean measurement systems in an era of reduced research vessel availability. Full story>>


11/16/2015

Underwater Glider Retrieved After Successful Third Mission

On November 16th-18th, AOML physical oceanographers partnered with the University of Puerto Rico to successfully recover two  underwater gliders  from the Caribbean Sea aboard the R/V  La Sultana  of the University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez. Full story>>


11/08/2015

AOML engineer leads crucial mooring turn-around during South Atlantic research cruise

Mr. Ulises Rivero, the chief engineer in AOML's Physical Oceanography Division Instrumentation Group, joined with partners from the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, on a recent cruise to recover, refurbish, and redeploy a crucial moored instrument in the NOAA-funded Southwest Atlantic MOC (“SAM”) array at 34.5S in the South Atlantic. Full story>>


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