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      MARS MARS is the Monterey Accelerated Research System managed out of MBARI in California. MARS is designed to be a deep water test-bed for NEPTUNE and cabled ocean observatory technologies.

      NANOOS NANOOS is a new organization, Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems, and is intent on assisting with the coordination of ocean observatory activity in the North-East Pacific (north west US).

      NEPTUNE Canada The NEPTUNE Regional Observatory is a companion project to VENUS and MARS.

      Ocean Innovation Centre ONC Centre for Enterprise & Engagement

      Ocean Networks Canada

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      US Initiative (OOI)

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      ALOHA Observatory The ALOHA Cabled Observatory (ACO) is a deep-water cabled ocean observatory deployed off Oahu, Hawaii.

      Bonne Bay, NF The Bonne Bay Observatory is a coastal observatory managed out of Memorial University of Newfoundland.

      Census of Marine Life The Census of Marine Life is a growing global network of researchers in more than 70 nations engaged in a ten-year initiative to assess and explain the diversity, distribution, and abundance of marine life in the oceans — past, present, and future.

      Centers for Ocean Science Education Excellence This U.S. site is dedicated to the migration of ocean observations over to the public and education sectors. NSF strongly encourages the development of public outreach components to all NSF funded research.

      Consortium for Ocean Leadership (COL) The Consortium for Ocean Leadership has been selected by NSF to manage the US Ocean Observing Initiative.

      Enabling Ocean Research in the 21st Century: Implementation of a Network of Ocean Observatories This link is a report is published by the National Academies Press, but is available in an on-line HTML format here.

      ESONet The European Seafloor Observatory Network is an organization of European efforts to coordinate international observatories in Europe.

      FERRET Software The TAO data archive is searched using the FERRET data software to display gridded and time based oceanographic data.

      GoMOOS GoMOOS is the Gulf of Maine Ocean Observing System, and consists of both atmospheric and ocean moorings, feeding data in real time to the archive and served on the web.

      H2O H2O stands for the Hawaii-2 Observatory, and is a deep water cabled observatory utilizing a retired trans-Pacific telecommunications cable. This observatory was installed in 1998 and has returned valuable information, both on deep ocean environments, and

      HUGO The Hawaii Undersea Geo-Oservatory was deployed in 1997 and has monitored and recorded numerous geophysical events. Their hydrophone have also captured numerous whales and marine activities. Listen to audio clips, on-line.

      LEO-15 LEO-15 is a coastal, shallow water observatory managed by Rutgers University in New Jersey.

      MARS MARS is the Monterey Accelerated Research System managed out of MBARI in California. MARS is designed to be a deep water test-bed for NEPTUNE and cabled ocean observatory technologies.

      Martha's Vineyard Coastal Observatory Martha’s Vineyard Observatory is managed by WHOI, and extends into the coastal waters off of Edgartown, MA. Live imagery and data are accessible through their web page.

      NANOOS NANOOS is a new organization, Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems, and is intent on assisting with the coordination of ocean observatory activity in the North-East Pacific (north west US).

      National Data Buoy Center NOAA also maintains a separate global scale marine buoy network of wave rider moorings, with real-time wind and wave data.

      National Oceanographic Data Center NOAA maintains a comprehensive oceanographic data center for the management of marine data.

      NEMO NEMO is not a fish, but a deep single site observatory near the Axial Sea-bed volcano.

      NEPTUNE Canada The NEPTUNE Regional Observatory is a companion project to VENUS and MARS.

      NEPTUNE US The NEPTUNE Regional Observatory is a companion project to VENUS and MARS.

      NEPTUNE US – Links Here is the NEPTUNE list of related observatory and institutional links.

      NOAA Real-Time Satellite Imagery Regional satellite imagery is available, both in single image and animated loop sequences for ocean and coastal sites in both the Pacific and Atlantic.

      Ocean Observatories Initiative The Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI) is a NSF Division of Ocean Sciences program that focuses the science, technology, education and outreach of an emerging network of science driven ocean observing systems.

      OOI Regional Component at the University of Washington The regional component of the NSF Ocean Observatories Initiative: The Regional Scale Nodes (RSN).

      Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center Dedicated to the distribution of Satellite imagery and data. This site has a huge archive and many links to numerous data products and image. It is maintained by JPL.

      PLUTO The Panama Liquid Jungle Laboratory Underwater Tropical Observatory (PLUTO) is a fiber-optic cabled observatory deployed in January 2006 in approximately 18m of water off the west coast of Panama.

      SCCOOS The Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System (SCCOOS) aims to provide integrated coastal observation within the Southern California Bight for scientific purposes and the benefit of society.

      SEA-COOS South-East Atlantic Coastal Ocean Observing System is a network of sites and data sources for the coastal ocean from Florida to North Carolina.

      Tropical Atmosphere Ocean Project The TAO array is perhaps the most successful and important ocean observatory in operation. It has been managed by the Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL) in Seattle, WA. since 1985 and is an international effort with major contributions from Fr

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