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20220624 - Oceandecade_alliance_calltoaction
24 June 2022

While there have been numerous achievements in ocean science in the past decades, current levels of funding are insufficient to reverse the decline of the state of the…

20220624 - News - TsunamiReady
22 June 2022

UNESCO leads the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development from 2021 to 2030. In this context, several international summits are organized this year to…

20220608 - Museum
8 June 2022

The project named “Let’s digitize MuMa” was awarded the prestigious EU4Ocean prize by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (…

20220523 - Capacidad de Desarrollo
23 May 2022

It was imperative that these training courses specifically target ocean-related issues in Africa or Caribbean SIDS and feature ECOPs based in these regions, with direct…

Tracking Sargassum in the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico
20 November 2020

The image above is a sample of today's field of Maximum Chlorophyll Index (MCI) from ESA's OLCI Sentinel-3 sensor. The NESDIS CoastWatch Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico regional node at AOML…

Lethal Algae Blooms
11 February 2020

On 3 August 2014, residents of Toledo, Ohio, woke to the news that overnight their water supply had become toxic. They were advised not only to avoid drinking the water…

Hurricane Dorian Impact
6 September 2019

Hurricane Dorian is the fifth tropical cyclone of the season in the Tropical Atlantic, the fourth to become a tropical storm and the first to become a hurricane in 2019.

16 August 2019

On August 15 2019 for the first time an underwater glider was launched off the coast in Dominican Republic waters, 5 miles to the south of Bocachica. The glider will monitor…

Survey Training
8 May 2019

On behalf of the UNDP/GEF CLME+ Project we are requesting the assistance of your membership for the completion of this short survey. …