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04/10/2015

AOML personnel celebrating Earth Day 2015 on land and at sea!

The Second leg of GO-SHIP Repeat Hydrography cruise P16N started Monday, May 25 after a short delay for repairs to the ship and set sail from Honolulu, Hawaii on its way to Kodiak, Alaska. Full story>>


04/09/2015

Western Boundary Time Series cruise

Pedro Pena, Erik Valdes, and Robert Roddy, all with AOML's Physical Ocea nography Division, and AOML communications intern Ed Pritchard conducted a hydrographic survey along 27 0N in the Florida Straits on April 9-10. Full story>>


02/25/2015

February 2015 Employee and Team Member of the Month

Team Member of the Month (OAR): Ricardo Domingues and his colleagues at NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory developed a ship reporting system, designed to protect North Atlantic right whales, a critically endangered species with an estimated population of only 300 to 400. Full story>>


02/24/2015

Women in Oceanography

Women in Oceanography: A Decade Later was published as a stand-alone supplement to Oceanography magazine. The volume contains a series of very interesting articles depicting the past and present challenges that women in modern oceanography face and the evolution of the role of women in the field. Full story>>


02/15/2015

Western Boundary Times Series cruise aboard the UNOLS R/V Endeavor

A CTD (conductivity-temperature-depth) instrument is lowered to gather vertical profiles of salinity, temperature, and oxygen Full story>>


02/12/2015

Underwater glider deployment

On Feb 5th AOML deployed their two underwater gliders in the Caribbean Sea south of Puerto Rico on their 2nd mission. This was performed from the R/V La Sultana of the University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez. Full story>>


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