Join us for a webinar on January 26 from 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET. Dr. Paul Gader from the University of Florida will discuss some of the inherent and difficult flaws in current Artificial Intelligence practices and use examples from environmental sensing to identify methods for mitigating those flaws.
Join us on November 17 at 12 PM for a webinar by Dr. Eric Montie, University of South Carolina. Dr. Montie will discuss how passive acoustics can provide information on the ecological response of estuaries to climate variability and can assist in monitoring fish reproductive output of an estuary. Click here to reserve your spot.
Nominate a leader in coastal ocean observing for the Cariad Award. The Caraid Award annually recognizes those who have made outstanding contributions to observing and understanding our oceans, coasts and Great Lakes through vision, leadership, friendship and collaboration.
Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium has created a new interactive, educational exhibit to teach our visitors about the sounds of the ocean. This exhibit builds on the work of Mote's Dr. James Locascio. With funding from SECOORA, Dr. Locasio and his team are developing machine-learning algorithms to automatically identify different biological, geophysical, and anthropogenic (human-made) sounds.
Undergraduate students from University of South Florida St. Petersburg environmental science lab made a field trip to the Clam Bayou water quality and meteorological station to compare different methods for measuring water quality.
SECOORA is soliciting proposals focused on filling product and/or observational gaps defined in the Regional Coastal Ocean Observing System Strategic Operational Plan 2020 - 2025. Total funds available are $170,000. SECOORA intends to award between 2 and 4 proposals. Proposals are due November 30, 2020 at 5 PM ET.