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2015 Nancy Foster Caribbean Mapping Mission: Expedition Marks Twelve Years of Discovery

NCCOS is preparing to embark on its twelfth year of an ongoing scientific research mission on board the NOAA Ship Nancy Foster, funded by NOAA’s Coral Reef Conservation Program. The mission will combine methods of multibeam and fish sonar with video captured from an ROV (remotely operated vehicle) and environmental data collected from an autonomous glider from March 28 […]

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Ocean Gliders Will Listen for Fish Spawning Aggregations Along Southeast U.S. Coast and Caribbean

NEW!!!  Follow the glider in real-time (in left panel select USF-BASS Glider at bottom) and see the ocean currents (Google Earth required) that the glider is using to travel the coast. Two autonomous ocean gliders will travel the waters of the western North Atlantic in March 2014 with a common goal: to detect hotspots of reef fish […]

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