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07/21/2016

Underwater Gliders Deployed for Atlantic Hurricane Season

The gliders enable researchers to study the thermal structure of the upper ocean in regions linked to the rapid intensification of tropical cyclones. Full story>>


04/08/2016

AOML scientists lead and participate in workshop on South Atlantic circulation

Drs. Christopher Meinen and Renellys Perez of AOML's Physical Oceanography Division led a one-day workshop for the international South Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation ("SAMOC") initiative on February 21, 2016 in New Orleans, LA. Full story>>


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>>


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>>


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