John Largier coordinates CeNCOOS HF Radar operations....

New ocean acidification sensors were recently deployed at Hog Island Oyster Company in a project to test newly developed sensors in partnership with shellfish growers along the West Coast.  The information from this sensor will directly benefit local shellfisheries and will be

CeNCOOS researchers at UCSC were recently awarded a new grant to develop HABS forcasting tools.  CeNCOOS staff will contribute to the product development and "operationalization" of the system.

The West Coast Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia Panel met for the first time Nov 25 - 26.  The panel is charged with synthesizing the state of the science and

Jan 13 - 14 the CeNCOOS Governing Council will hold a stakeholder meeting at the USGS Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center in Santa Cruz. The agenda includes presentations on new CeNCOOS projects, the unveiling of the new data portal, and special sessions devoted to modeling, HF radar, and glider activities.

Ever wonder where flip flops lost in the waves end up, or where the trash on the beach came from?  Check out the new drop a drifter tool.  The data product is based on the California ROMS model forecasts and uses the ocean circulation model to predict where a floating object will end up in a few days...




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