Extreme Events Workshop – expression of interest

Let us know if you are interested in the upcoming OCB Workshop on Extreme Events (learn more here).

READ MORE »

USCCSP-NACP CDR Workshop August 1, 2, 4 – sign up!

The US Carbon Cycle Science Program and the North American Carbon Program are in the midst of planning a workshop on research opportunities, partnerships and investments of Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR). The intended workshop participants include funders, scientists, policy-makers and practitioners with expertise, resources and/or capabilities to inform federal CDR research opportunities, partnerships and investments […]

READ MORE »

SOCATv2022 is now available via www.socat.info!

SOCATv2022 is now available via www.socat.info! The ocean absorbs a quarter of the global CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions from human activity. The community-led Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas (www.socat.info)is key for the quantification of ocean CO2 uptake and its variation, now and in the future. SOCAT version 2022 has quality-controlled in situ surface ocean fCO2(fugacity of […]

READ MORE »

Powerful new tools for working with Argo data

No single program has been as transformative for ocean science over the past two decades as Argo: the fleet of robotic instruments that collect measurements of temperature and salinity in the upper 2 km of the ocean around the globe. The Argo program has been instrumental in revealing changes to ocean heat content, global sea […]

READ MORE »

What can algae tell us about translating laboratory science to nature?

Ocean acidification research has grown over the past few decades. Much of recent research documents negative impacts of changing carbonate chemistry on calcifying marine organisms in laboratory experiments. At the 2018 Ocean Acidification PI Meeting, a group of us asked “Can these laboratory responses to ocean acidification be scaled up to accurately predict the responses […]

READ MORE »

the NASA EOS era is coming to a close

Dear NASA PIs – We wanted to bring an important topic to your attention: the NASA EOS era is coming to a close. Terra and Aqua are aging spacecrafts, and while they are still collecting valuable data and producing critical products, the number of spacecraft anomalies is increasing, especially over the past year. The missions are […]

READ MORE »

Register to stream OCB2022

The 2022 OCB Summer Workshop will be held in-person June 20-23, 2022 at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. We will live stream plenary sessions, and will share recordings after the event. Register for streaming (via Zoom) – one access link for all meeting days. Follow and contribute to the workshop conversation […]

READ MORE »

BGC-Argo Webinar Series!

GO-BGC webinar series Next webinar: June 29, 1pm ET: Understanding ecological dynamics using BGC-Argo data Register for June 29 webinar GO-BGC Science Webinar 2: Understanding ecological dynamics using BGC-Argo data Please join us for the quarterly GO-BGC webinar, hosted by the US Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry program. This webinar will be focused on investigations of […]

READ MORE »

Recording: FAIR data solutions to support a global observing system of marine ecological time series

A community meeting (a repeat of a recent Ocean Sciences Town Hall Meeting to enable broader participation) to learn more about a new NSF EarthCube-funded Research Coordination Network for Marine Ecological Time Series (METS-RCN) tasked with bringing together members of the oceanographic, data science, and informatics communities to build consensus on key components of a […]

READ MORE »