SECOORA Highlights
Using Ocean Technology to Capture Hurricane Matthew in Real Time

Using Ocean Technology to Capture Hurricane Matthew in Real Time

As Matthew moved from the Bahamas to the Carolinas, ocean observing technology – such as buoys - captured waves over 20 feet and wind speed of over 50 knots along its’ path.

Southeast Receives $2.5 Million for Coastal Ocean Observing

Southeast Receives $2.5 Million for Coastal Ocean Observing

US IOOS awarded SECOORA $2.5 million to support the maintenance and expansion of ocean and coastal observing in the southeast. This will be the first installment in a five-year funding cycle.

New Data Portal!

New Data Portal!

Use the tool to explore, download and visualize ocean and coastal data in the Southeast US.

Meet the 2016 Executive Committee

Meet the 2016 Executive Committee

Congratulations to the 2016-2017 Executive Committee! We are honored to be working with this talented group of individuals. SECOORA Executive Committee plays an important role in sustaining our success.

2016 Annual Meeting

2016 Annual Meeting

Read the full SECOORA Annual Meeting Summary.

2015 Annual Report

2015 Annual Report

Leveraging local resources. Meeting regional needs. Supporting national priorities.

Matthew
US IOOS Proposal
data portal
ExCom 2016 - 2017
Meeting Summary
Annual Report

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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