SECOORA Highlights
Gliderpalooza 2014

Gliderpalooza 2014

Read about SECOORA members participation in Gliderpalooza 2014

Undergraduate Environmental Science Lab Tours Water Quality Monitoring Station

Undergraduate Environmental Science Lab Tours Water Quality Monitoring Station

SECOORA joined USF COMPS Systems Engineer, Jeffrey Scudder, and YSI Senior Applications Specialist, Mike Lizotte, as they gave a tour of the USF COMPS Clam Bayou water quality station to an USF undergraduate environmental science lab.

Why did red tide not reach the West Florida Continental Shelf in 2010?

Why did red tide not reach the West Florida Continental Shelf in 2010?

Robert Weisberg, SECOORA PI, and his affiliates were recently published in the journal Harmful Algae*, Volume 38.

Canterbury School of Florida Oceanography Class Assists in Researching Plastic Marine Debris

Canterbury School of Florida Oceanography Class Assists in Researching Plastic Marine Debris

This month SECOORA joined Kara, USF COMPS and Canterbury School of Florida oceanography class as they deployed plastic samples in a tidal creek on their campus.

SECOORA Inspire Future Ocean Experts at St. Petersburg Science Festival

SECOORA Inspire Future Ocean Experts at St. Petersburg Science Festival

On October 18, SECOORA participated in the St. Petersburg Science Festival.

SECOORA member participation
Clam Bayou Water Quality
Harmful Algae Journal
Plastic Marine Debris
St. Petersburg Science Fest

Featured Item - Front Page - SECOORA THEMES

Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association

SECOORA is the regional solution to integrating coastal and ocean observing data in the Southeast United States to inform decision makers and the general public. The SECOORA region encompasses 4 states, over 42 million people and spans the coastal ocean from North Carolina to the west Coast of Florida.  We are creating customized products to address these thematic areas: Marine Operations; Coastal Hazards; Ecosystems,  Water Quality, and Living Marine Resources; and Climate Change. To read more about the thematic areas, click the images below.


Marine Operations

 

Coastal Hazards

Ecosystems, Water Quality & Living Marine Resources

Climate Change
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