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December 13, 2021

Research Cruise in Gulf of Mexico Collecting Data for Red Tide Circulation Modeling

During the cruise, scientists took nutrient and Red Tide (Karina brevis) water samples from 10 locations, conducted  7 CTD (Conductivity, Temperature, and Depth) sensor casts, and deployed bottom mounted sensor packages. The team also deployed one surface drifter for circulation model verification.  Five research training dives, including night dives, were completed so that new scientific divers are trained and ready to work in the field.

December 10, 2021

Installing Web Cameras in the Community as part of WebCOOS

Currituck County (North Carolina) will be one of the first U.S. coastal communities to install web cameras as part of the SECOORA led program, WebCOOS.

November 24, 2021

Improving the Flood Response with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Satellite Imagery

A new project  will use Unmanned Aerial Vehicle imagery, satellite imagery, and machine learning methods to develop a more accurate and georeferenced 3D flood extent model. Emergency Managers will be able to identify locations where emergency services are most critical just after a flood event.

October 21, 2021

IOOS at the St. Petersburg Science Festival

For the 11th consecutive year, GCOOS and SECOORA collaborated to bring IOOS and ocean observing to the St. Petersburg Science Festival.

October 12, 2021

Webinar | It’s hot! How temperature is impacting Spotted Seatrout and seagrass in Florida Bay

Jonathan will present preliminary results from a study investigating how temperature drives Spotted Seatrout space use within Florida Bay on October 26 at 12 PM ET. Click here to reserve your spot.

October 8, 2021

$4.55 M to Support Ocean and Coastal Observing in Southeast

These investments are in coordination with over 22 partner organizations in the Southeast from academia, the private sector, federal and state government partners.

September 27, 2021

A new network of water level sensors to be deployed in the Southeast

The Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association (SECOORA) is investing in water level infrastructure for coastal communities that are facing flood threats. A new regional water level network will provide localized flooding alerts and support longer-term sea-level rise monitoring in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georiga, and Florida.

September 21, 2021

It’s hot! How temperature is impacting Spotted Seatrout and seagrass in Florida Bay

Jonathan Rodemann, a Ph.D. candidate at Florida International University, is focusing his research on habitat use by Spotted Seatrout in Rankin Basin, located in north-central Florida Bay. The funding for this award is provided through the generosity of SECOORA donors, The Curtis and Edith Munson Foundation, Ocean Tracking Network, Innovasea, the SECOORA Education and Outreach Committee, and many individual donors.

September 8, 2021

Meet the 2021 Drone Course Winners

Meet the winners selected to attend three Uncrewed Aircraft Systems (aka UAS or drones) executive education courses offered by the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University sponsored by NOAA Southeast and Caribbean Regional TeamU.S Integrated Ocean Observing System, and the Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association (SECOORA).

August 23, 2021

SCDRP is Proud to Introduce New Program Coordinator

Meredith Hovis
Meredith Hovis is the new Program Coordinator for one of SECOORA’s affiliate programs, the Southeast & Caribbean Disaster Resilience Partnership (SCDRP). SCDRP strengthens the ability of the Southeast region's coastal communities, economies, and environment to recover from coastal storms.