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From Oceanus magazine

Going Wireless in the Deep Blue

Deploying instruments to monitor the ocean is one thing. Getting daily reports from them is another.
Source: Oceanus Magazine

The New Wave of Coastal Ocean Observing

Shore stations and seafloor nodes provide connections for long-term studies of coastal processes
Source: Oceanus Magazine

Seeding the Seafloor with Observatories

Scientists extend their reach into the deep with pioneering undersea cable networks
Source: Oceanus Magazine

NEPTUNE: A Fiber-Optic 'Telescope' to Inner Space

The North East Pacific Time-integrated Undersea Networked Experiments (NEPTUNE) project aims to establish an extensive earth/ocean observatory
Source: Oceanus Magazine

Outposts in the Ocean

A global network of moored buoy observatories to track oceanic processes that affect our climate
Source: Oceanus Magazine

Live From the Tropics, It's an Ocean Network

New underwater observatory monitors marine ecosystem off Panama
Source: Oceanus Magazine

Building an Automated Underwater Microscope

A conversation with biologist Heidi Sosik
Source: Oceanus Magazine

What Could a Tsunami Network Look Like in the Future?

WHOI engineers develop the next generation of ocean monitoring technologies
Source: Oceanus Magazine

Building a Tsunami Warning Network

Preparing for the next big wave is only partly about science
Source: Oceanus Magazine

A Well Sampled Ocean

The LEO Approach
Source: Oceanus Magazine

New Coastal Observatory Is Born

Martha's Vineyard offers scientifically exciting site
Source: Oceanus Magazine

Putting H2O in the Ocean

The Hawaii-2 Observatory is the first long-term, mid-ocean seafloor observatory
Source: Oceanus Magazine

Seafloor to Surface to Satellite to Shore

Moored buoys offer potential for continuous, real-time observations anywhere in the ocean
Source: Oceanus Magazine

News Releases from Other Oceanographic Organizations

Oceanographers converge on Monterey Bay

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

Undersea data network planned for Monterey Bay

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute