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Welcome to NANOOS, the Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems.

Oregon Shelf Buoy Redeployed

Oregon State University partners deployed the NANOOS-supported long-term mooring "CB-06" located 6 nmiles off Coos Bay, Oregon, on 7 April 2021. The at-sea effort was led by Prof. Burke Hales and accomplished from the Pacific Eagle, a tug that took on special cranes and a mini-A frame for the job. The mooring is currently reporting near-surface temperature, salinity, and solar radiation on NVS now, with biogeochemical data in cooperation with NOAA PMEL expected soon. This buoy is part of NOAA’s Ocean Acidification Observing Network, measuring ocean acidification variables.

Oregon Shelf Buoy Redeployed

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Columbia River Estuary Buoy Redeployed

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NANOOS Presentation for NOAA West Watch

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New Tsunami Preparedness Capability

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New Ecosystem Forecast

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ICOOS Reauthorization Act Signed into Law

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New Award for Sensors to Map Ocean Carbon Chemistry

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New Award for Innovative HAB Sampling

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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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Updated GOA-ON Website Launched

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