recent news >CeNCOOS News & Events
  • Francisco Chavez Elected as AGU Fellow

    Francisco Chavez Photo

    Francisco Chavez (P.I. and Executive Committee) has been elected to the 2014 class of American Geophysical Union Fellows. Only 0.1% of the AGU members become fellows, and nominees must have a major breakthrough or discovery, paradigm shift, or sustained impact attributed to them to meet the primary criteria for consideration. Congratulations to Francisco!

  • MLML Physical Oceanographer Position Open

    Moss Landing Marine Laboratories is accepting applications for a full-time, tenure-track position to provide quality undergraduate and graduate instruction, and to pursue a vigorous research program in the general area of Physical Oceanography. They seek a field-oriented scientist with broad interests in physical oceanography, including coastal processes and biological/chemical/physical interactions. See the full announcement.

  • CeNCOOS Strategic Plan Updated

    We are pleased to announce that the CeNCOOS 5-year Strategic Plan is now available to the public. The strategies laid out in the plan are the culmination of a priority setting process that began in 2012. This process has been an important one for our organization, and we are confident that the plan provides the backbone for maintaining our core efforts while continuing to grow as a system. Strategic Plan.

  • Discussion on California Ocean Acidification

    World Map of Ocean Acidification

    Recently, CeNCOOS OA expert John Largier joined Terry Sawyer of Hog Island Oyster Company (a CeNCOOS Partner), Congressman Jared Huffman, and others to discuss the impacts of ocean acidification on Northern California. The conversation took place on KQED’s “forum“ program and is available on KQED’s website.

  • New CeNCOOS Data Portal Beta Release

    sfbofs graph

    The updated CeNCOOS data portal is now available online as a beta release. The new data portal adds a variety of data types and features. Release info. Go to Beta Portal.

  • pause

 Click a tab to view a location
Liquid Robotics wave glider

Liquid Robotics wave gliders completed crossing the Pacific Ocean. Find out more