Oceanography research and O Guide - Resources and Review

NATO organisation specialising in underwater acoustics.
ORCA is one of the four major line organisations of the National Ocean Service (NOS), within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), US Department of Commerce. ORCA provides decision makers with comprehensive scientific information on the resources of the nation's coastal areas, estuaries, and oceans. Datasets, spill information, publications and project reports.
Carries out strategic research in physical oceanography with special focus on shelf seas processes, global sea levels and tides.
Highlights current research initiatives, covering a range of topics relating to aspects of Bermuda's environment, including oceanography, human health, and marine biodiversity. Also offers press releases, annual reports, access to the online journal 'Currents', virtual tours, education and employment options, and details of the weather situation.
Society founded in 1988 to disseminate knowledge of oceanography and its application through research and education.
International effort during 1990
1997 by scientists from more than 30 nations to study the large-scale circulation of the ocean. WOCE employs several satellites, dozens of ships, and thousands of instruments to obtain a basic description of the physical properties and circulation of the global ocean.
Conducts scientific investigations in physical oceanography, marine meteorology, geochemistry and related subjects.
Ireland's national agency which aims to undertake, coordinate, promote and assist in marine research and development, including compiling the Irish Temperature Data Set.
Information about oceans and the environment, including conferences, policy and legislation, monitoring and protection, and industry.
Searchable database of US and worldwide research ships.
Aims to promote marine scientific investigations and related ocean services, with a view to learning more about the nature and resources of the oceans.
OCEANIC maintains information on the World Ocean Circulation Experiment, TOGA (Coupled Ocean
Atmosphere Response Experiment), research ship information and schedules, and other oceanographic information sources.
Established in 1902, ICES is a scientific forum for the exchange of information and ideas on the sea and its living resources, and for the promotion and coordination of marine research by scientists.
Archive of sea surface temperature satellite images processed by Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) data from NOAA satellites. The images depict sea surface temperature.
Offers research data concerning shark behaviour that has been gathered from around the Monterey Bay and San Francisco Bay areas. Includes biological information on the anatomy and evolution of sharks, and provides guidance on specific species, covering physical descriptions, conservation, behaviour, reproduction, and interaction with humans. An image and video collection is also included.
Extensive links to a wide range of cetacean information, including oceanographic research, pictures, acoustics, literature and news, plus a regional index to whale watching possibilities and news in different continents and countries.
PML exists to undertake high quality research on questions which involve the science of the sea. All the research at PML is set within national and international networks of scientific contacts and collaborators.
A partnership between the US and France to monitor global ocean circulation, discover the tie between the oceans and atmosphere, and improve global climate predictions.
Project which uses drifting buoys to track ocean currents and provide near real time flow data updates. Includes a deployment log, ocean images and data products such as trajectories and analyses of drifting buoys, drifter maps and reports, annual mean velocity estimates and drifting buoy databases.
NOAA's mission is to describe and predict changes in the Earth's environment and to conserve and manage wisely the Nation's coastal and marine resources. Offers information on programmes, activities, data, opportunities and news.
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