SECOORA Highlights
Researchers Discover Ways to Improve Red Tide Predictions

Researchers Discover Ways to Improve Red Tide Predictions

"This study confirmed that ocean circulation physics and K. brevis biology are equally important and that both immediate and short term prediction"

Registration Open for 2016 Annual Meeting

Registration Open for 2016 Annual Meeting

Register for the SECOORA 2016 Annual Meeting held in Raleigh, North Carolina May 18, 19 and 20, 2016.

Southeast States Win Coastal Resilience Grant

Southeast States Win Coastal Resilience Grant

NOAA Regional Coastal Resilience Grant program awarded $803,713 to the Southeast states to strengthen disaster recovery of coastal communities.

Past Intern Accepted at Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Past Intern Accepted at Scripps Institution of Oceanography

A SECOORA/University of South Florida intern, was accepted by UC San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography to study his PhD in Physical Oceanography.

2015 Annual Report

2015 Annual Report

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

IOOS, SECOORA, and USF Hosting Two NOAA Hollings Interns

IOOS, SECOORA, and USF Hosting Two NOAA Hollings Interns

SECOORA is growing over the summer! IOOS, SECOORA and University of South Florida (USF) are hosting two NOAA Hollings interns in Florida.

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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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