A new High Frequency Radar was installed near Marathon, Florida to study the Gulf of Mexico Loop Current System by the University of South Florida’s Coastal Ocean Monitoring and Prediction System, in cooperation with Rutgers University and the University of Miami.
SECOORA is seeking a half-time program coordinator. The primary responsibility for this position is to coordinate the SECOORA Regional Ocean Data Sharing effort and assist with SECOORA regional initiatives. Applications are due January 31, 2020. Click here for full announcement.
SECOORA and Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System (GCOOS) partnered to teach the community about navigation, ports, and ocean observing at the St. Petersburg Science Festival, a two day event that took place October 19-20, 2018, in St. Petersburg, FL.
SECOORA welcomes its first Corporate Silver Sponsor - Georgia Aquarium. A new program by SECOORA, Corporate Sponsorship includes unique opportunities to:
influence investments in coastal and ocean observing,
build relationships with the coastal ocean observing community,
increase your brand’s visibility, and
empower students and the public to engage with coastal ocean data.
Learn more about corporate sponsorship today.
Join us for a webinar on Tuesday - October 3, 2017, 2 PM ET. Dr. Ian Walsh, Sea-Bird Scientific, will provide a perspective on how the sources of nutrients and high flow events change the environment in the St. Lucie Estuary.
Reserve your spot now!
SECOORA is representing the U.S. IOOS Regional Associations at the National Marine Educators Association Meeting (NMEA) meeting in Charleston, SC. We will be presenting a poster on how to bring data into the classroom using IOOS regional data portals. Click here for a PDF of the poster.
Tropical Storm Cindy has made landfall along the Gulf Coast early Thursday morning.
Follow the storms path in the new Marine Weather Portal! Use the tool to get rapid access to coastal and ocean weather and sea condition data, including marine-based warnings, watches, and advisories issued by the National Weather Service.
** NEW BLOG: Read posts on Matthew from experts in the Southeast Region ** Hurricane Matthew, a category 3 hurricane at 8 AM ET October 7, moved up the southeast coast, eventually making landfall as a category 1 hurricane just north of Charleston, SC on Oct. 8. Maximum sustained winds were near 120 mph during … Continue reading "Hurricane Matthew"