Projects

SECOORA is one of 11 Regional Associations established nationwide through the US Integrated Ocean Observing System (US IOOS).

SECOORA projects

US IOOS Proposal Documents

Proposal Title: Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association (SECOORA): Supporting Resilient Ecosystems, Communities and Economies - Proposal sumitted to NOAA/US IOOS (Project Duration - June 1, 2016 - May 31, 2017)

US IOOS Proposal (Project Duration - June 1, 2011 - May 31, 2016)

Proposal Title: Coordinated Monitoring, Prediction and Assessment to Support Decision‐Makers Needs for Coastal and Ocean Data and Tools

Goal 1: Sustain SECOORA as a Regional Information Coordination Entity 

Goal 2: Sustain an Observing Subsystem for the SE 

Goal 3:  Support a Multi-Scale Multi-Resolution Modeling Subsystem

  • Support Regional and South Atlantic Bight (SAB) Subregional Circulation Modeling
  • Implement Forecasting of Storm Surge, Inundation, and Coastal Circulation
  • Provide Species-specific Habitat Models that Integrate Remotely Sensed and In Situ Data to Enhance South Atlantic Fisheries Management Council (SAFMC) Stock Assessments
  • Improve Beach/Shellfish Water Quality Advisories

Goal 4: Enhance the Data Management and Communication (DMAC) Subsystem

  • Service Data Providers and Capture Data
  • Provide Information to Users and Stakeholders Rapidly and Effectively
  • Coordinate/Collaborate data management efforts with U.S Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS®) on biological data services and SOS reference implementations
  • Achieve Operational Status. (Limited implementation due to funding levels)

Goal 5: Support a Targeted and Leveraged Education and Outreach Subsystem (currently not supported due to funding levels)

US IOOS Progress Reports (Semi-annual) - Project Duration - 2011 - 2016

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NOPP Progress Reports (Annual)

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