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

IOOS Role in Detecting Climate Effects at the Coast

IOOS plays a major role in detecting the coastal climate signal and its manifestations (i.e., sea level, marine heat waves, harmful algal bloom, OA, habitat, etc.). The IOOS Association, a non-profit organization that supports the US Integrated Ocean Observing System (US IOOS), released a white paper on "Detecting the Coastal Climate Signal: The IOOS Contribution." The paper includes examples from the NANOOS region, and high-level recommendations for how IOOS can meet community needs in a changing climate.

IOOS Role in Detecting Climate Effects at the Coast

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OceanHackWeek 2021

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Introducing the California Current Acidification Network

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NANOOS Presentation for NOAA West Watch Highlights Hypoxia and Marine Heat Wave

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New Quileute/UW Real-time Hypoxia-Monitoring Moorings

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FHLOO is Live on NVS

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PNW HAB Bulletin Supports Tribal Access to Razor Clams

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Oregon Shelf Buoy Redeployed

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Columbia River Estuary Buoy Redeployed

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New Tsunami Preparedness Capability

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New Ecosystem Forecast

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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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