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New Award for Sensors to Map Ocean Carbon Chemistry

UW CICOES has been awarded a 3-year grant by IOOS Ocean Technology Transition to test and transfer a carbon dioxide (CO₂) sensor. The Autonomous Surface Vehicle CO₂ (ASVCO₂) sensor, developed at NOAA PMEL, is based on the current community standard (MAPCO₂) system used on buoys for measuring air and surface ocean partial pressure of CO₂. ASVCO₂ pilot field missions will be conducted with IOOS partners, NANOOS and PacIOOS, and the technology will be transferred to commercial partners to incorporate onto autonomous surface vehicles. This transfer will provide technology to map surface ocean carbon chemistry throughout coastal and coral reef ecosystems without a reliance on ships and help to better constrain the ocean CO₂ sink. Photo Credit: Randy Bott, NOAA PMEL

New Award for Sensors to Map Ocean Carbon Chemistry

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New Award for Innovative HAB Sampling

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NANOOS Tsunami Evacuation App Featured Nationally

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NANOOS Presentation for NOAA West Watch

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NANOOS Welcomes CRITFC as Observing System Partner

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NANOOS Invites Expressions of Interest on Next 5-Year Effort

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World Oceans Day Panel

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New Ecosystem Forecast

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OOI Glider Data on NVS

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Tsunami Evacuation Mobile App Update

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Understanding the Marine Heat Wave in the Pacific Northwest

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How Different Are Conditions?

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2019 Marine Heat Wave in the News

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Pacific Northwest HABs at Oceans19

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Updated GOA-ON Website Launched

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