Field Work

A new hurricane glider mission is currently underway in the Caribbean Sea and the Tropical North Atlantic. Full story>>


Research Hints at How Marine Debris Accumulates in the Ocean

AOML oceanographer Rick Lumpkin, along with researchers from the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School, have developed a model that simulates the trajectory of floating marine debris at the ocean surface. Full story>>


2017 PhOD Summer Interns

For the summer of 2017, the Physical Oceanography Division of AOML is hosting three students from the Maritime and Science Technology (MAST) Academy. Full story>>


PIRATA/AEROSE Cruise Surveys the Tropical Atlantic

Scientists with AOML's Physical Oceanography Division participated in the 2017 Prediction and Research Moored Array in the Atlantic (PIRATA) Northeast Extension/ Saharan Dust AERosols and Ocean Science Expeditions (AEROSE) cruise aboard the NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown from February 19-March 25. Full story>>


Global Drifter Program Marks Iridium Milestone

On March 13, the Global Drifter Program (GDP) at AOML marked a milestone in its transition from Service Argos to Iridium for its array of surface drifting buoys: more than 50% of the array is now being tracked with the Iridium satellite system. Full story>>

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