Professional women’s contributions and testimonies at the panel session organized by the OES during the women-in-engineering breakfast panel at Oceans 2022 conference at Hampton Roads
The problem/opportunity of Marine Data Interoperability – panel at UN Ocean conference
A key step towards democratizing and ensuring efficient use of data, is making the data “inter-operable”. This panel brought different stakeholders together to discuss this necessary step.
Do we need to invest more in research and exploration of Earth’s Ocean ?
The Ocean is under-observed and under-researched, and requires a lot more investment in the years to come if we are to manage it sustainably
OCEANS 2021 Student Poster Competition
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.
UN Decade Tropical Americas Transparent and Accessible Ocean Co-Design Workshop
There is a strong regional need to improve marine ocean observation and prediction systems to progress management, decision-making, and governance in the Tropical American region. The workshop explored this theme.
New Website Brings Deep Ocean Exploration Imagery and Lessons to Educators and Public
Kilometers beneath the surface, can the deep sea give us clues regarding medicine and human immunity? Turns out, it can.
Understanding the Ocean through sound – JOE October 20 issue
Sound is widely used to sense and understand the oceans. Here’s a look at the latest research on understanding and interpreting sound signals in the ocean.