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New Plan Lays Framework for Gulf-Wide Observing and Warning System for Red Tides

New Plan Lays Framework for Gulf-Wide Observing and Warning System for Red Tides

GCOOS plan outlines strategies, funding priorities to help protect coastal residents and marine life from the effects of toxic blooms The Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System Regional Association...
HABIOS Plan Completed

HABIOS Plan Completed

The GCOOS-RA are pleased to announce the completion of the Harmful Algal Bloom Integrated Observing System (HABIOS) Plan. This plan is the summation of three Harmful Algal Bloom workshops sponsored...
Learn about the TOAST: “ The Texas Observatory for Algal Succession Time-Series”

Learn about the TOAST: “ The Texas Observatory for Algal Succession Time-Series”

The TOAST Observatory Researchers at Texas A&M University, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and University of Texas have started the Texas Observatory for Algal Succession Time-Series (TOAST) to use state-of-the-art technology...
A Primer on Gulf of Mexico Harmful Algal Blooms

A Primer on Gulf of Mexico Harmful Algal Blooms

Harmful algal blooms are a serious coastal hazard in the Gulf of Mexico and affect public health of local Gulf communities. Over 50 harmful algal species occur in the Gulf...
A Primer on Gulf of Mexico Harmful Algal Blooms

A Primer on Gulf of Mexico Harmful Algal Blooms

Harmful algal bloom off coast of Florida (Credit: B. Kirkpatrick) Harmful algal blooms are a serious coastal hazard in the Gulf of Mexico and affect public health of local Gulf...

Background

Last updated: 26 August 2014 Bart Bibler (Florida Department of Health), Worth Nowlin (GCOOS-RA), and Steven Wolfe (Gulf of Mexico Alliance) agreed to oversee the development of this HABs Integrated...

GCOOS/GOMA HABIOS Workshop #2: April 2009

Last updated: 21 August 2014 April 21-23, 2009, St. Petersburg, FL The report can be downloaded as a PDF. Note: all exhibits are PDF files. REPORT OF PROCEEDINGS The Gulf...

HABIOS Workshop: Now, Next, and the Future

Posted: 3 December 2014 Workshop ProceedingsHABIOS Workshop: Now, Next, and the FutureMarch 26-28, 2012Pensacola, FL Goal: Develop a user-needs-based plan for a Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) Integrated Observing System (HABIOS)...

Long-term Ocean Change

Introduction Ocean Observing for Long-term Ocean Change GCOOS Product Examples Other Product Examples Feedback References Introduction The overall goal of GCOOS is to empower people, communities and businesses to improve...

Healthy Ecosystems and Water Quality

Introduction Ocean Observing to Improve Healthy Ecosystems and Water Quality GCOOS Product Examples Other Product Examples Feedback Introduction The overall goal of GCOOS is to empower people, communities and businesses...

Public Health and Safety

Introduction Ocean Observing to Improve Public Health and Safety GCOOS Product Examples Other Product Examples Feedback References Introduction The overall goal of the GCOOS is to empower people, communities and...

Board of Directors meeting: September 2012

Last updated: 27 August 2014 Fifteenth Meeting of the GCOOS Regional Association and Board of Directors26-28 September 2012Harte Research InstituteCorpus Christi, TX The 15th Meeting of the Gulf of Mexico...