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  • 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.

  • CeNCOOS Director Position

    Leslie Rosenfeld has announced she plans to retire in the fall of 2014, after three years as CeNCOOS Program Director. The Governing Council is actively seeking her replacement. The job announcement is available at

  • Two Symposiums at the End of April

    On April 25th at the Monterey College of Law, Congressman Sam Farr will join marine science and trade promotion experts for “The Monterey Bay - a Leader in the Blue Economy”. More information

    On April 26th, The Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary will hold its annual Sanctuary Currents Symposium at California State University - Monterey Bay. More information


    NOAA CO-OPS has developed a new web product that will provide near real-time surface current observations and tidal current predictions to the public. PORTS Product Link. CO-OPS will be providing a public webinar on the new tool on April 9th. Contact for more information.

  • 2014 Annual Election Results Are In!

    Our annual election to fill six seats on CeNCOOS’ 15-member Governing Council is complete. The newly elected or re-elected members are:

    Francisco Chavez (MBARI), Karina Nielsen (SSU), Lynn deWitt (NOAA PFEL), Alexander Parker (CMA), Andrew DeVogelaere (MBNMS), Laura Rogers-Bennett (CA DFW)

    Additionally, Francisco Chavez, Skyli McAfee (OST), and John Largier (UC Davis) were elected to the CeNCOOS Executive Committee.

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