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Scientific Exploration in the Era of Ocean Observatories

Ant Baptista, Bill Howe, Juliana Freire, David Maier, Cl Silva
2008 Computing in science & engineering (Print)  
The authors introduce an ocean observatory, offer a vision of observatory-enabled scientific exploration, and discuss the requirements and approaches for generating provenance-aware products in such environments  ...  A core team (Charles Seaton, Paul Turner, Ethan VanMatre, Michael Wilkin, Joseph Zhang, and Bill Howe) operates all facets of the CO-RIE observatory, under the scientific direction of António Baptista.  ...  Acknowledgments Colleagues and students from different disciplines and affiliations have generously provided the incentive and expertise to explore new ideas and concepts.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcse.2008.83 fatcat:67i544x7dff5jp3upweyyrnope

Ocean carbon scientists organize to achieve better coordination, cooperation

Christopher L. Sabine, Maria Hood
2003 EOS  
Even in the scientific community, the USNO is best known and most highly regarded for its service as the nation's timekeeper. Sky and Ocean In Sky and Ocean Joined: The U.S.  ...  Asaph Hall used this tele scope in 1877 to discover the two moons of Mars. During this golden era, the leading astronomers at USNO were U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1029/2003eo230007 fatcat:dsud5fzourgejfe6qxcnukahry

IODP Advances in the Understanding of Subseafloor Life

Steve D'Hondt, Fumio Inagaki, Beth Orcutt, Kai-Uwe Hinrichs
2019 Oceanography  
KUH received support from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft through the Cluster of Excellence "The Ocean in the Earth System" (EXC 309). This is a contribution to the Deep Carbon Observatory.  ...  We thank all members of the ships' crews, drilling teams, and shipboard science parties of the many IODP expeditions that have contributed to exploration and study of deep life.  ...  Observatory studies continue at these sites, extending the legacy of deep-biosphere observatory research into a new era. Expedition 336 observatories were revisited in 2017, and FIGURE 6.  ... 
doi:10.5670/oceanog.2019.146 fatcat:xcroihp3obhdxottgpgc4unowe

Growing a Distributed Ocean Observatory: Our View from the COOL Room

Scott Glenn, Oscar Schofield
2009 Oceanography  
Public exploration of the ocean is attracting the next generation of scientists by involving undergraduates in the daily operation of an ocean observatory.  ...  observatory outside of the scientific mainstream.  ... 
doi:10.5670/oceanog.2009.44 fatcat:hp4274d6yvdltbyixmpkpfnp2i

Preface to the special issue "The International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics: from different spheres to a common globe"

Jo Ann Joselyn, Alik Ismail-Zadeh
2019 History of Geo- and Space Sciences  
Examples include exploration of the Earth and its environment in space; exploration of our rivers, oceans, and atmosphere; climate change; securing clean water and energy; and understanding and mitigating  ...  the Lithosphere SCOPE Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment SCOR Scientific Committee on Ocean Research SCOSTEP Scientific Committee on Solar-Terrestrial Physics SCOWAR Scientific  ... 
doi:10.5194/hgss-10-17-2019 fatcat:ynqavdgs7napnkcyg3tjd5ue2i

Scientific Research in the Arctic: Norway

Tore Gjelsvik
1966 Arctic  
The most important results of Nansen's research were the discoveries of the deep ocean basin and proof of the nonexistence of land in the central Arctic Ocean as well as the demonstration of the ocean-current  ...  a new and great era of Norwegian contribution to the knowledge of the Arctic.  ... 
doi:10.14430/arctic3416 fatcat:xoubqom5sbghdmryv2d2sj27xm

Page 78 of Journal of Geophysics. Zeitschrift Fuer Geophysik 1983 Vol. 54, Issue 1 [page]

1983 Journal of Geophysics. Zeitschrift Fuer Geophysik 1983  
The book was produced under the auspices of the Working Group on Internal Dynamics of the Sea (WG-34) of the Scientific Comittee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) of the International Council of Scientific Unions  ...  This book surveys the results of recent eddy research and explores its implications for ocean science and technology.  ... 

Massive ocean-observing project launches — despite turmoil

Alexandra Witze
2016 Nature  
Gliders are among the instruments used at the seven monitoring sites of the US Ocean Observatories Initiative.  ...  HEALTH Peru's gold-mining boom drives mercury contamination p.162 Data from a network of deep-water observatories are now streaming in real time.  ...  The NSF built the network as a community resource, hoping to stimulate an era of virtual oceanography in which scientists explore realtime data sets open to all (see 'Virtual view').  ... 
doi:10.1038/534159a pmid:27279186 fatcat:qlyjzwnylbbz3p64deddluvs74

A brief history of scientific ocean drilling programs / Breve história dos programas científicos

Michael Passow, Hélder Pereira, Leslie Peart
2015 Terrae Didatica  
Recentemente, o Brasil aderiu ao Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, que realiza expedições científicas em todo o mundo.  ...  Salt domes were found on the Gulf of Mexico floor in Leg 1 Site 2, opening the era of petroleum exploration in that region which continues today.  ...  Maurice Ewing, founder and first director of the Observatory, began the core collection in 1947 during a scientific cruise aboard the "Atlantis," operated by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.  ... 
doi:10.20396/td.v9i2.8637392 fatcat:mlozotocgnbhtbft5d367hlmf4

NEPTUNE: Real-Time Ocean and Earth Sciences at the Scale of a Tectonic Plate

John Delaney, Ross Heath, Bruce Howe, Alan Chave, Harold Kirkham
2000 Oceanography  
For this reason, the ocean sciences are on the threshold of a new era in which we must enter the entire ocean environment and establish interactive networks for ill situ, adaptive observations of, and  ...  NEPTUNE may also serve as a unique testbed for sensor and robotic systems designed to explore other oceans in the solar system.  ... 
doi:10.5670/oceanog.2000.37 fatcat:elmyigrdmvah7iwepi7byijjxy

Note on Mean Sea-Level

S. G. Burrard
1912 Geographical Journal  
JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive.  ...  We use information technology and tools to increase productivity and facilitate new forms of scholarship. For more information about JSTOR, please contact support@jstor.org.  ...  In 1898 the new era of Antarctic exploration was initiated by the * Map, p. 420. mainly to errors of observation.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1778664 fatcat:l2eqr5oy7zaz3fu2fb4bv4eefq

Sustained UK marine observations. Where have we been? Where are we now? Where are we going?

N. J. P. Owens
2014 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
All the papers that follow have been dependent upon the often painstaking, long-term measurement and research of frequently anonymous and dedicated people-the pathfinders who did not know they were pathfinders  ...  In providing this overview, I hope I have provided a suitable introduction to the excellent and interesting detailed science papers that follow.  ...  The beginning of the modern era I take as the starting point of the modern era the HMS Challenger expedition (1872-1876).  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsta.2013.0332 pmid:25157193 pmcid:PMC4150290 fatcat:2l5orpatdzebxadhxrorkjrl74

Marine science: Oceanography's billion-dollar baby

Alexandra Witze
2013 Nature  
"The goal is to launch an era of scientific discovery, " Delaney says, thumping his fist on the ship's deck rail.  ...  Each research site includes a di erent suite of instruments. "THE GOAL IS TO LAUNCH AN ERA OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY. THIS IS A GAME-CHANGER."PHOTO: ALLISON FUNDIS, UNIV.  ... 
doi:10.1038/501480a pmid:24067695 fatcat:aihdjliw2jhvlb6dhnkrbbehkq

Address of the President of the Geographical Section of the British Association for the Advancement of Science

John Murray
1899 Science  
the privilege of retirement, and also to secure men of high scientific attainments adequate to the demands of one of the most capable observatories in the world."  ...  of one of the most capable observatories in the world."  ...  be much less severe in the deep sea than in the shallower waters of the ocean.  ... 
fatcat:sdys6ynt7bgadifpgvks3ev4te

Os objetivos da circunavegação da U.S. Exploring Expedition (1838-1842): longitude, mapeamento náutico e instituição das coordenadas geográficas modernas

Mary Anne Junqueira
2012 História, Ciências, Saúde: Manguinhos  
The Americans conversed with, contributed to and competed with the powers of the era, demonstrating their technical and scientific capabilities.  ...  The scientific advances of the era were among the disputes and rivalries marking the positions of power of the two nations, and caused the scale to lean either to one side or the other.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0104-59702012000100003 pmid:22488374 fatcat:ptmkx4c4zvcahdjnq2aftacjbi
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