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Gulf Science and Education - Archives

Archive folders hold news items > three months old. Gulf of Mexico science and education news (e.g., publications, discoveries, programs).

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NOAA Coastal Services Center's ENOW database on Ocean Economy data-- http://www.csc.noaa.gov/ENOWDataWizard/#

Tagged in: data economics ecosystem

Camilli et al. Science magazine Policy Forum (http://www.sciencemag.org/content/337/6102/1608.full.pdf) observe, "Our academic, governmental, and industrial research communities should work together to better align American legal practice with the deliberative process of science." The authors were required to turn over email records and more to BP related to findings on the Deepwater Horizon blow-out flow rate (paper at http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2011/12/19/1112139108.full.pdf). They conclude that new federal legislation is required "that protects researchers from legal harassment by interests seeking to silence scientific inquiry or retribution for publishing independent research findings."

GOMRI's CIMAGE  research consortium (http://cimage.rc.usf.edu/node?destination=node) hosts live shows from sea. Hosted by USF educator, Teresa Greely, a blog and live Skype events during research cruises describe discoveries and life at sea-- http://adventuresatsea.blog.usf.edu.

IOOS strategic plan and requirements for implementing global coastal observing systems at http://www.ioos.gov/global/final_coastal_goos_pico_report.pdf.

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University of South Florida robot uses satellites and Twitter to convey data on ocean conditions-- http://news.usf.edu/article/templates/?a=4299&z=123. Solar-powered AUV (Autonomous Underwater Vehicles) conducts oceanographic transects to sense variety of ocean conditions and events, such as harmful algal blooms, spills of hazardous materials, or detecting ocean sounds, and tweets relevant data to shore.

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