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Marine Internet for Internetworking in Oceans: A Tutorial

Shengming Jiang
2019 Future Internet  
communication systems in oceans, as well as challenging issues necessary for further studies to foster the development of marine Internet.  ...  This tutorial aims to introduce the principle, architecture and applications of marine Internet, along with discussion on oceanic environments for communication, currently available and under developing  ...  Relatively, it is more feasible to deploy a large number of vessels, boats, buoys and floating platforms over water surface in oceans.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi11070146 fatcat:cg5m4fhqgjhujdcdnizatrfkve

Cell biology: Taxi service for lipids

Anthony H. Futerman
2007 Nature  
The Southern Ocean, a critical region for climate research and one of the most hostile and inaccessible regions on Earth, now can be seen and studied by anyone with an Internet connection.  ...  Beyond illustrating a new model of southern circulation, the work of Ridgway and Dunn 2 highlights a revolution in ocean-observing capability over the past decade that is providing unprecedented views  ... 
doi:10.1038/449035a pmid:17805285 fatcat:ocp7iauamndvfdfl6gf4nnkb4y

THE PIRATA PROGRAM

Bernard Bourlès, Rick Lumpkin, Michael J. McPhaden, Fabrice Hernandez, Paulo Nobre, Edmo Campos, Lisan Yu, Serge Planton, Antonio Busalacchi, Antonio D. Moura, Jacques Servain, Janice Trotte
2008 Bulletin of The American Meteorological Society - (BAMS)  
We also thank Mounir Benkiran and Rémi Cousin for their help on Mercator Océan system PIRATAdedicated simulations.  ...  We also thank all those who successfully contributed to the PIRATA network maintenance and data analysis, for example, in the United States: the present and former (since 1995) staff of the TAO Project  ...  After a "pilot phase" from 1997 to 2001, during which the backbone array ( Fig. 1 ) was fully implemented, institutions in the three supporting countries decided to extend the array maintenance for a  ... 
doi:10.1175/2008bams2462.1 fatcat:d65pyd6vsjcollgoe7zbaawujy

Future Technology and Service Industry: A Case study of Travel and Tourism Industry

Arvind Kumar Dubey
2017 Global Journal of Enterprise Information System  
Travel and tourism the most vibrant segment of service industry is backbone of almost 35 countries and each country desires to augment its world share for the reason that it is the best source of earning  ...  Today's world civilization is technology savoir-faire and altering accordingly at a fast pace. In future, Space Tourism and Ocean Depth Tourism will become new-fangled precincts of movement.  ...  Deep Ocean walk, Ocean residential complexes, floating residential complexes with all amenities and services and enormous capacity Ocean cruises will appear in picture.  ... 
doi:10.18311/gjeis/2016/15742 fatcat:xk3jneiilndvtebq2rzzbxiiz4

Creation and operation of a Global Earth Observation System of Systems

J. Pearlman, S. Holt, C. Waldmann
2008 OCEANS 2008  
GEOSS is a complex system of sensors, communication devices, storage systems, computational and other devices used to observe the Earth and gather the data needed for a better understanding of the Earth's  ...  Integrated global measurements and the information derived from these observations provide critical inputs for sound management decisions on a local national and international scale.  ...  The former varies over periods of a few years; the latter varies over a period of a few centuries [17] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/oceans.2008.5289425 fatcat:rjfpdqivyzdfxmzjvbf4dlf26q

Ocean Remote Sensing from Space: A Tale of Three Commons [chapter]

Dirk Werle
2019 The Future of Ocean Governance and Capacity Development  
float network.  ...  Task Team for an Integrated Framework for Sustained Ocean Observing, A Framework for Ocean Observing, IOC/INF-1284 rev.  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789004380271_036 fatcat:iuhsl3jbczfmrprw6s4uq3sdgu

Multipurpose Acoustic Networks in the Integrated Arctic Ocean Observing System

Peter N. Mikhalevsky, Hanne Sagen, Peter F. Worcester, Arthur B. Baggeroer, John Orcutt, Sue E. Moore, Craig M. Lee, Kathleen J. Vigness-Raposa, Lee Freitag, Matthew Arrott, Kuvvet Atakan, Agnieszka Beszczynska-Möller (+13 others)
2015 Arctic  
This activity will be driven by increased demand for energy and the marine resources of an Arctic Ocean accessible to ships.  ...  We support the development and implementation of regional to basin-wide acoustic networks as an integral component of a multidisciplinary in situ Arctic Ocean observatory.  ...  paper to Arctic for the special thematic cluster on Arctic Observing.  ... 
doi:10.14430/arctic4449 fatcat:6xkkh2y32je2zhf7kcdo4igjce

On the Future of Argo: A Global, Full-Depth, Multi-Disciplinary Array

Dean Roemmich, Matthew H. Alford, Hervé Claustre, Kenneth Johnson, Brian King, James Moum, Peter Oke, W. Brechner Owens, Sylvie Pouliquen, Sarah Purkey, Megan Scanderbeg, Toshio Suga (+68 others)
2019 Frontiers in Marine Science  
The authors would also like to thank the US Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry (US-OCB) for their support to BGC Argo in the United States.  ...  The Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas (SOCAT) is an international effort by numerous researchers and funding agencies to deliver a uniformly quality-controlled surface ocean CO2 database.  ...  The proposed ' Argo Program' would be comprised of over 3000 profiling floats, obtaining a snapshot of the physical state of the ocean from 0 to 2000 m every 10 days.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00439 fatcat:p2kwuqnoxvbmddaaufq6i73laa

Towards a regional coastal ocean observing system: An initial design for the Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association

H.E. Seim, M. Fletcher, C.N.K. Mooers, J.R. Nelson, R.H. Weisberg
2009 Journal of Marine Systems  
A conceptual design for a southeast United States regional coastal ocean observing system (RCOOS) is built upon a partnership between institutions of the region and among elements of the academic, government  ...  This dependence highlights the needs for a clear definition of the National Backbone components and a Concept of Operations (CONOPS) that defines the roles, functions and interactions of regional and federal  ...  Acknowledgements SEACOOS is a collaborative, regional program sponsored by the Office of Naval Research under Award No. N00014-02-1-0972 and managed by the UNC-General Administration.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2007.12.016 fatcat:2ujf5hnqebdpvazqjyeytyoj4m

From Observation to Information and Users: The Copernicus Marine Service Perspective

Pierre Yves Le Traon, Antonio Reppucci, Enrique Alvarez Fanjul, Lotfi Aouf, Arno Behrens, Maria Belmonte, Abderrahim Bentamy, Laurent Bertino, Vittorio Ernesto Brando, Matilde Brandt Kreiner, Mounir Benkiran, Thierry Carval (+64 others)
2019 Frontiers in Marine Science  
The Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS) provides regular and systematic reference information on the physical and biogeochemical ocean and sea-ice state for the global ocean and the  ...  CMEMS serves a wide range of users (more than 15,000 users are now registered to the service) and applications.  ...  FIGURE 6 | 6 FIGURE 6 | Basin-averaged error in the layer 2000-4000 m, for (A,B) temperature and (C,D) salinity from the Backbone (assimilation of altimetry, core-Argo, XBT, moorings) and the Deep (Backbone  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00234 fatcat:adeq6kuyovaxtgxhtfh7na53we

Wide area ocean networks

Sumit Roy, Payman Arabshahi, Dan Rouseff, Warren Fox
2006 Proceedings of the 1st ACM international workshop on Underwater networks - WUWNet '06  
We also discuss tradeoffs, and applications in ocean coverage, and optimization of sensor coverage within constraints of a power-efficient network.  ...  Wide area ocean networks for monitoring and scientific exploratory purposes are in various stages of design; smallscale networks are already in various stages of deployment and testing.  ...  vertical profiler moving between the seafloor and the float that will mate with a docking station on the float for battery charging; and a secondary node (J-Box) on the seafloor with a suite of sensors  ... 
doi:10.1145/1161039.1161046 dblp:conf/mobicom/RoyARF06 fatcat:iv2eopfmczbfzkpbrxg4ysfx6i

Recent Trends in Underwater Visible Light Communication (UVLC) Systems

Mohammad Furqan Ali, Dushantha Nalin K. Jayakody, Yonghui Li
2022 IEEE Access  
However, natural disasters have aroused significant interest in observation and monitoring oceanic environments for the last couple of decades.  ...  In recent years, underwater visible light communication (UVLC) has become a potential wireless candidate for signal transmission in highly critical, unknown, and acrimonious water mediums such as oceans  ...  The IoUTs play an ample role as a backbone in communication among transceivers.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2022.3150093 fatcat:o4ytx473bfcopmidat5lypkjri

ISRO's Geostationary data products archival & dissemination – Retrospect and prospect

PUSHPALATA B. SHAH, UTKARSH .
2021 Mausam  
This paper describes the current infrastructure established for archival and dissemination and archival of ISRO's Met-Ocean data observations and the future road map in the area of instantaneous data and  ...  Space based techniques and instruments have been improvised and utilised over the years to generate and collect earth observations data.  ...  Acknowledgem The authors sincerely tha K odernise the met ocean data dissemination activities.  ... 
doi:10.54302/mausam.v67i1.1152 fatcat:lx2bocqzy5didjmvczqah6a2qy

The Challenge of Sustaining Ocean Observations

Robert A. Weller, D. James Baker, Mary M. Glackin, Susan J. Roberts, Raymond W. Schmitt, Emily S. Twigg, Daniel J. Vimont
2019 Frontiers in Marine Science  
Establish the Backbone Infrastructure A critical component of collective impact organization is a backbone infrastructure that provides support for the activities of the wider effort.  ...  This backbone infrastructure provides a centralized support for the decentralized landscape of stakeholders involved in the organization.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Thanks to all those who supported the NASEM report and the organizers of Ocean Obs'19 for the opportunity to submit this paper.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00105 fatcat:kg4lsv74lnaj5p5r5ny3wniixe

The Land/Ocean Biogeochemical Observatory: A robust networked mooring system for continuously monitoring complex biogeochemical cycles in estuaries

Hans W. Jannasch, Luke J. Coletti, Kenneth S. Johnson, Stephen E. Fitzwater, Joseph A. Needoba, Joshua N. Plant
2008 Limnology and Oceanography : Methods  
An ocean observatory that consists of an array of moored sensor platforms, telemetry, and data collection and dissemination software was designed for monitoring the biogeochemistry and physical dynamics  ...  The Land-Ocean Biogeochemical Observatory (LOBO) consists of robust moorings that can withstand tidal currents and weather.  ...  For example, the hydrological cycle, ocean circulation, and nutrient cycles at the land/ocean interface all interact to control primary production.  ... 
doi:10.4319/lom.2008.6.263 fatcat:vvlvtpm6azdxlib62lc2opfua4
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