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GCOOS thanks Dr. Xinping Hu for his Webinar presentation

GCOOS thanks Dr. Xinping Hu for his Webinar presentation

The Gulf of Mexico Coastal Acidification Network (G-CAN) Webinar Series Presented: Dr. Xinping Hu, Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi “Estuarine Acidification A Subtropical...
GCOOS Members Leading the Way in Creating Ocean Technology Education Opportunities

GCOOS Members Leading the Way in Creating Ocean Technology Education Opportunities

With 15 ports, major shipbuilders, coastal tourism and substantial fisheries, Mississippi’s “blue economy” contributes billions of dollars to the state’s annual revenues. While these maritime industries dominate the state’s economy...
Global Observing System Webinar Now Available

Global Observing System Webinar Now Available

  A globally coordinated and sustained ocean observing system is urgently needed to assess the state of the ocean’s biological resources and ecosystems, address national management needs and evaluate progress...
GCOOS-RA Staff and Partners Help Students Celebrate Earth Day

GCOOS-RA Staff and Partners Help Students Celebrate Earth Day

  Since its inception, GCOOS has supported outreach and education activities aimed at increasing ocean literacy. That includes providing opportunities for youngsters to learn about ocean science. In April, GCOOS...
Support the Vembu Subramanian Ocean Scholars Award

Support the Vembu Subramanian Ocean Scholars Award

The Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association (SECOORA) has created the Vembu Subramanian Ocean Scholars Award and is now accepting donations. Vembu, who died in a car accident on Jan....
GCOOS Announces New Board

GCOOS Announces New Board

The Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System (GCOOS) welcomed new and returning members to its Board of Directors following Board elections in March. GCOOS is the Gulf of Mexico...
Follow that Gyre!

Follow that Gyre!

More than 400 Bay Point Elementary (BPE) students and family members participated in “Waters of the World,” a family event hosted on April 6, 2017, by GCOOS-RA Outreach and Education...
GCOOS Welcomes New Industry Members at Annual Meeting

GCOOS Welcomes New Industry Members at Annual Meeting

  The Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System Regional Association (GCOOS-RA) welcomed four new voting members representing marine-related industries during the organization’s Annual Meeting in New Orleans. GCOOS staff...
Environmental Stewards in the Making

Environmental Stewards in the Making

Climate Stewards Grant Allows GCOOS to Help Develop Hands-On STEM Lessons That Can Be Used by Students Throughout the Gulf Good things happen for students who have an innovative teacher...
Ocean Observation Tools in the Gulf Can Help U.S. Prepare for Next Disaster

Ocean Observation Tools in the Gulf Can Help U.S. Prepare for Next Disaster

Congressional briefing by industry, academia, private foundation and government experts showcases how ocean observing supports Gulf states, nation The Gulf of Mexico is America’s Sea. It is the nation’s gas...
GCOOS Board of Directors and Members Meeting, March 23, 2017

GCOOS Board of Directors and Members Meeting, March 23, 2017

GCOOS’ annual Members meeting is scheduled for March 23  at Le Pavillon hotel in New Orleans. We welcome GCOOS members as well as non-members interested in learning about our mission...
Understanding the Gulf’s Loop Current

Understanding the Gulf’s Loop Current

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine new committee on the Gulf’s Loop Current will begin work in 2017. The committee will make recommendations to the Gulf Research Program...