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Alliance for Coastal Technologies Workshop Proceedings: National Coastal Ecosystem Moorings Workshop. University of Washington 20-21 March 2018..
(Alliance for Coastal Technologies(ACT) and NOAA/US Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS), Solomons, MD, 2018)
The Alliance for Coastal Technologies (ACT, www.act-us.info) convened the "National Coastal Ecosystem Moorings Workshop" in Seattle, Washington at the University of Washington on 20 and 21 March 2018. The primary objectives ...
Future Vision for Autonomous Ocean Observations.
Autonomous platforms already make observations over a wide range of temporal and spatial scales, measuring salinity, temperature, nitrate, pressure, oxygen, biomass, and many other parameters. However, the observations ...
Robots Versus Humans: Automated Annotation Accurately Quantifies Essential Ocean Variables of Rocky Intertidal Functional Groups and Habitat State.
Standardized methods for effectively and rapidly monitoring changes in the biodiversity of marine ecosystems are critical to assess status and trends in ways that are comparable between locations and over time. In ...
Handbook of Methods for the Analysis of Oceanographic Parameters at the CARIACO Time-series Station: Cariaco Time Series Study.
(Fundación La Salle de Ciencias Naturales, Caracas, Venezuela, 2013)
The focus of the program “CARIACO Oceanographic Time Series” is the collection of a set of oceanographic, biogeochemical and ecological observations at a specific location (10° 30'N, 64° 40'W), in the deepest area of the ...