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University of Delaware We are seeking to fill a postdoctoral position for a natural products chemist. The primary responsibility of this candidate will be to identify, isolate, and purify bioactive...
Join us for the GCOOS Board Members Meeting, in Tampa, 3-5 October 2018

Join us for the GCOOS Board Members Meeting, in Tampa, 3-5 October 2018

Join us for the GCOOS Board Members Meeting, in Tampa from 3-5 October 2018. The 2018 GCOOS Fall Board Members Meeting will be held at the Westin WaterSide in Tampa...
GCAN's Webinar, Lynn K. (Nick) Shay, 28 August 2018, 12:00 PM ET

GCAN’s Webinar, Lynn K. (Nick) Shay, 28 August 2018, 12:00 PM ET

Register Here: https://secoora.org/webinar-resolving-the-loop-current-complex-implications-for-hurricane-intensity-forecasting/ http://gcoos.tamu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/August-28-Webinar-Series-Flyer-Resolving-the-Loop-Current-Complex-Implications-for-Hurricane-Intensity-Forecasting.pdf
Please Take Our Survey

Please Take Our Survey

GCOOS would like to have your input on how you use our website — especially our data portal, products and other resources. Please complete our survey; it should take just...
A Q&A With the Shellfish Growers Climate Coalition

A Q&A With the Shellfish Growers Climate Coalition

The Shellfish Growers Climate Coalition is a partnership among shellfish growers, other entities in the food sector and The Nature Conservancy that was created earlier this year to advance effective...
RECAP: Congressional Briefing on Florida Red Tide

RECAP: Congressional Briefing on Florida Red Tide

Across the U.S., the seafood, restaurant and tourism industries suffer an estimated $82 million in annual economic losses from harmful algal blooms — losses played out in communities from California...
Follow Along: GERG Glider Deployment

Follow Along: GERG Glider Deployment

The Geochemical and Environmental Research Group (GERG) at Texas A&M has launched a glider to patrol the waters near the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary. The mission reports and...
Buyer Beware!

Buyer Beware!

Ocean observing equipment lost from a Texas A&M subsurface mooring located about 50 miles south of Louisiana has turned up — unfortunately it doesn’t seem like it will be coming...
Honoring Matthew K. Howard

Honoring Matthew K. Howard

In February 2018, GCOOS founding staff member Matthew K. Howard died suddenly while attending a business conference in Seattle. He was 65 years old. Matt, DMAC Manager at GCOOS, was...
Data Approved: Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System Receives NOAA/IOOS Stamp of Approval

Data Approved: Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System Receives NOAA/IOOS Stamp of Approval

When forecasters are predicting the next hurricane, rescuers are seeking information on wave heights in the Gulf or clean up crews are trying to map the direction  of the next...
Making Beach Visits Better

Making Beach Visits Better

Are you a Gulf Coast beach goer? If so, the Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System (GCOOS) wants to hear from you. GCOOS and Mississippi State University have developed...
GCAN'S webinar series event 3/27; Dr. Stephan Howden

GCAN’S webinar series event 3/27; Dr. Stephan Howden

Our next speaker in the GCAN Webinar Series is Dr. Stephan Howden, Physical Oceanographer at the University of Southern Mississippi. He will present “Autonomous monitoring of ocean acidification parameters in...