MISSION

Observe, understand, and increase awareness of our coastal ocean - promoting knowledge, economic and environmental health through strong regional partnerships.

Spotlight

February 19, 2019

Smart Sea Level Sensors for Emergency Planning and Response

Join us for a webinar on Feb. 26 at 11:30 AM to learn how the Smart Sea Level Sensor project will inform flood mitigation planning strategies and enable educational experiences for students. Reserve your spot by clicking here.

Presenters

  • Kim M. Cobb, Professor, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech
  • Russell Clark, Research Faculty, Computer Science, Georgia Tech
  • Nick Deffley, Director, Office of Sustainability, City of Savannah
  • Emanuele Di Lorenzo, Professor, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech
  • Jayma Koval, Research Faculty, CEISMC, Georgia Tech

SECOORA

The Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association (SECOORA) works with stakeholders within the four southeastern states – North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida – to monitor our coasts and ocean. SECOORA provides coastal and oceanographic data and products to communities, state and Federal agencies, and industries within the region.

News

February 19, 2019

Smart Sea Level Sensors for Emergency Planning and Response

Join us for a webinar on Feb. 26 at 11:30 AM to learn how the Smart Sea Level Sensor project will inform flood mitigation planning strategies and enable educational experiences for students. Reserve your spot by clicking here.

Presenters

  • Kim M. Cobb, Professor, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech
  • Russell Clark, Research Faculty, Computer Science, Georgia Tech
  • Nick Deffley, Director, Office of Sustainability, City of Savannah
  • Emanuele Di Lorenzo, Professor, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech
  • Jayma Koval, Research Faculty, CEISMC, Georgia Tech

February 11, 2019

2019 Data Challenge

Web cameras are transforming environmental monitoring. Increasingly, scientists are analyzing video data to improve forecasts, answer questions, and support decision making.

Although camera data are being applied for environmental monitoring, they are currently underutilized. SECOORA is seeking contestants to transform web cameras into environmental monitoring tools that tackle real-world questions and problems. It is an opportunity to win $3,000!

Proposals Due February 15, 2019 | 5 PM ET

Click here to visit the challenge website.

January 11, 2019

New Acidification Sensors Added to a Buoy in the Gulf of Mexico

New acidification sensors were integrated into the COMPS C12 buoy located 70 nautical miles offshore of Tampa Bay. This new suite of sensors provides real-time measurements to connect the dots between the Tampa Bay monitoring system and what happens offshore.

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