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Washington Shelf Glider Back in the Water!

Through a NANOOS-supported partnership between Oregon State University (OSU), the Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission (CRITFC) and the Quinault Indian Nation, an underwater glider completed a 15-day mission to map ocean properties near Grays Harbor, Washington. The success of the mission was set up by IOOS funds that allowed for the revival and testing by the OSU glider research group of a CRITFC glider that had gone unused for many years. The partners look forward to more underwater glider missions starting next April 2021 and continuing through the summer season each year from then on. Photo Credit: Steve Pierce, OSU

Washington Shelf Glider Back in the Water!

NANOOS Presentation for NOAA West Watch

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New Award for Sensors to Map Ocean Carbon Chemistry

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New Award for Innovative HAB Sampling

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NANOOS Tsunami Evacuation App Featured Nationally

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NANOOS Welcomes CRITFC as Observing System Partner

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NANOOS Invites Expressions of Interest on Next 5-Year Effort

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New Ecosystem Forecast

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OOI Glider Data on NVS

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Understanding the Marine Heat Wave in the Pacific Northwest

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How Different Are Conditions?

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2019 Marine Heat Wave in the News

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Pacific Northwest HABs at Oceans19

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Updated GOA-ON Website Launched

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