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  • CeNCOOS & GCOOS Collaborate on Marine Biodiversity Pilot Project

    CeNCOOS and GCOOS will participate in a 5-year NOPP-funded project led by Frank Muller-Karger (USF) that will use National Marine Sanctuaries as test sites for a demonstration marine biodiversity observation network. The project will integrate environmental and biological observations, including use of molecular methods, to measure the diversity of ocean life in the Monterey Bay and Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuaries.

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    GCOOS - Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System

  • Report Marine Mammal Strandings and Sightings on JellyWatch

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    UCSC & CeNCOOS have partnered with JellyWatch to crowdsource marine mammal sightings and strandings. In addition to reporting strandings to the Marine Mammal Center (which you should always do; 415-289-SEAL), you can help us answer important scientific questions by reporting healthy sightings or strandings on JellyWatch. More Details

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    New CeNCOOS Director Hired

    We are pleased to announce that David Anderson will be taking over as Director of CeNCOOS beginning October 13. Prior to accepting this position, David had been the Director for the World Data Center for Paleoclimatology and Chief of the Paleoclimatology Branch of NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center since 2005. We are excited to welcome him to the team.

  • CeNCOOS Fall 2014 Newsletter

    The latest CeNCOOS newsletter came out on September 15th. Read it here

  • Whale Photo

    Help Protect Whales with “Whale Alert” App

    Mariners and the public on the West Coast can now use an iPad™ and iPhone™ to help decrease the risk to whales from ship strikes. Whale Alert, a free app, has been updated to provide mariners in the Pacific with the most current information available about whale movements and conservation initiatives. Help protect whales by using the app. Visit the Whale Alert website to learn more.

  • New CeNCOOS Data Portal Beta Release

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    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.

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