The coveted OCEANS student poster competition saw good participation in the 2021 edition too.
Ocean Observation for Small Island Developing States
Takeaway from discussions at Ocean Sciences meeting on Ocean observation for SIDS
OCEANS 22 – An in-person technical treat in the post-Covid era
OCEANS 2022 was one of the first hybrid OES conferences organized post-Covid in Chennai, a beautiful beach city of India. This article is a brief coverage of this event.
“There is Nothing—Absolutely Nothing—Half So Much Worth Doing as Simply Messing About in Boats”
So the famous children’s story goes (Kenneth Grahame, The Wind in the Willows). This article talks about a 30-day trip on the sailboat ‘Jocara’ from the Maldives to the Chagos islands, combining work and fun.
Connecting ECOPs with Academia, Industry and Best Practices – Townhall at OSM 2022
IEEE OES organized a Town Hall at Ocean Sciences meeting 2022. This is a brief summary of the event.
Global warming: Effects, causes and measures, a snapshot in 2021
Global-warming induced climate change effects as of 2021 have been dire, but there is a ray of hope.
Communicating climate change solutions
Critical to climate change solutions are interdisciplinary collaboration and the ability to effectively communicate the scope of the crisis
One Ocean Summit kicks off in Brest, emphasizing importance of Ocean research
The summit will advance Ocean governance to achieve sustainable ocean management, and shed light on Ocean research around the world.
The Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) Mission: The New Landsat for Water?
The SWOT mission is designed to provide a spatially distributed and high frequency measurement of water elevation data for the hydrology and oceanography communities for the first time
IEEE OES, Schmidt Ocean Institute and MTS announce new partnership and support for student competition
The collaboration includes supporting student and early career ocean professionals, women in marine science and technology, and other joint activities between the two societies and the Institute.