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.
Standards and Best practices – the toolboxes for ensuring high quality of ocean data
With the introduction of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, it is obvious that we have a clear need for standards to allow for the comparability of ocean observations.
Swarm AUVs: Cooperative awareness inspired by African Wild Dogs
How swarm intelligence can extend the potential of research in maritime environments.
Technical conferences in the age of Covid – OCEANS 2020, a success story
The first ever virtual OCEANS conference, Global OCEANS 2020: Singapore-U.S. Gulf Coast, was held during 5-31 Oct. This virtual conference was also unique as it combined two regional OCEANS into a single Global OCEANS.
Exploring Worlds beyond the coastline – OCEANS 2020 plenary
Jyotika Virmani from Schmidt Ocean Institute spoke about how technology will be key to powering our exploration of the oceans in the coming years, and how SOI’s philanthropic model has contributed to powering this science in the past by allowing scientists to use facilities on board their ship and ROV.
Sustaining Long-Term Ocean Observations
Long-term observations are critical for using ocean resources responsibly and sustainably.
First new seafloor map of the Ocean Decade collected in Australian waters
Schmidt Ocean Institute’s research vessel Falkor has collected the first public seafloor data of the New Year, as part of a global effort to map the entire ocean floor by 2030.
Autonomous Systems – Emerging & Future Technology Panel at OCEANS 2020
A panel session identified the challenges and opportunities in emerging technologies such as ocean sampling networks, underwater IOT, resident underwater vehicles, underwater human robot interaction, and ultra-long endurance systems.
Ocean Best Practices OBPS Success Story – GOOS-Endorsed Best Practices
During the last year, Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS), working with the OBPS, have developed a process to enable GOOS community best practices to be identified and made available via a search function in the OBPS.