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June 15, 2016

2016 Annual Meeting

We thank everyone who attended the SECOORA 2016 Annual Meeting at North Carolina State University! The three-day meeting focused on identifying opportunities for collaborations and highlighting SECOORA accomplishments. The conversation focused on big data and ecological interactions in the southeast (jump to meeting presentations).Thank you to Ruoying He and Jennifer Warrilow for hosting the meeting ...

June 6, 2016

SECOORA Assets Capturing Tropical Storm Colin in the Gulf

A couple of days after the official start of hurricane season, Tropical Storm Colin formed in the Atlantic Basin. Colin became a named storm on June 5 and is the third earliest tropical storm to form on record in the Atlantic Basin- according to the NWS National Hurricane Center.2016 Hurricane Season PredictionHurricane season started on ...

May 19, 2016

New SECOORA Data Portal

SECOORA is proud to unveil our new Data Portal! Use the tool to explore, download and visualize ocean and coastal data in the Southeast US.portal.secoora.orgThe data catalog contains searchable, downloadable data from all SECOORA-funded observational and modeling assets that include coastal and offshore stations (atmospheric and oceanographic data), IOOS Priority High Frequency Radar Stations, regional ...

May 19, 2016

New Data Portal!

portal.secoora.orgSECOORA is proud to unveil our new Data Portal! Use the tool to explore, download and visualize ocean and coastal data in the Southeast US.The data catalog contains searchable, downloadable data from all SECOORA-funded observational and modeling assets that include coastal and offshore stations (atmospheric and oceanographic data), IOOS Priority High Frequency Radar Stations, regional ...

April 21, 2016

Past Intern Accepted at Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Michael Kovatch, a SECOORA/University of South Florida intern, was accepted by UC San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography to study his PhD in Physical Oceanography.Under the mentorship of Jay Law of USF, Michael spent the 2015 summer taking a behind the scenes look at all the work that goes into coastal ocean monitoring- specifically when ...

April 6, 2016

Opening: Marine Technology Society – Executive Director

Marine Technology Society is seeking applications for its Executive Director position.MTS is looking for a high energy, self-starter to work with a dedicated volunteer leadership committed to significantly growing the organization’s international scope and range of services. The closing date for resumes is April 22. Click here for position details.

April 4, 2016

2015 Annual Report

This marks SECOORA’s third Annual Report in which we highlight how our collective efforts are impacting the southeast region. Click here to download the PDF.

April 4, 2016

2015 Annual Report

This marks SECOORA’s third Annual Report in which we highlight how our collective efforts are impacting the southeast region. Click here to download the PDF.

April 1, 2016

Researchers Discover Ways to Improve Red Tide Predictions

After years of study, University of South Florida College of Marine Science researchers and colleagues have identified reasons why some years are worse than others for the harmful alga bloom (HAB) Karenia brevis, called "red tide," when it occurs off the west coast of Florida.In a recently completed study comparing data collected on the 2012 red ...

March 31, 2016

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.Under the co-mentorship of Jay Law at USF and Vembu Subramanian of SECOORA, the undergraduate students will learn the importance of coastal ocean observing.Julianna Diehl, Maine Maritime Academy, will be working with the USF ...