Robots monitor the deep sea

GO-BGC’s sister program Deep Argo in the spotlight.  In a recent NBC Bay Area news piece “Underwater robots tracking climate change” GO-BGC and Argo’s Sarah Purkey from Scripps Institute of Oceanography (SIO) talks about Deep Argo robots that...

Congrats to Dr. Talley

National Academy Elects Dr. Lynne Talley    Dr. Talley, a distinguished professor at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) in recognition of her acclaimed and continuing...

GO-BGC and SOCCOM want to hear from you!

GO-BGC and SOCCOM are interested in how the science community uses GO-BGC and/or SOCCOM data, how that data is accessed and any published papers based on the data.  Please take a moment to let us know how you use GO-BGC and/or SOCCOM data or how you plan to use GO-BGC...

OSM 2024

OSM 2024 – SOCCOM & GO-BGC Relevant Sessions   MBARI will be in Exhibit Booth 413 with a demo float and SOCCOM/GO-BGC swag. Click the image for the most up to date schedule of GO-BGC and SOCCOM related Oral, Town Hall, eLightening and Poster...

COP28: Observing the Changing Ocean

GO-BGC’s Dr. Lynne Talley presented at COP 28. The ocean takes up more than 90% of the extra heat and 30% of the excess carbon dioxide produced by human activity that is exacerbating climate change. As a consequence, marine oxygen levels are dropping and marine...

COP28: A heated case for sustained ocean observations

GO-BGC’s Dr. Lynne Talley presents at COP28. Marine heatwaves are a significant ecological and socioeconomic threat, worldwide, and have been increasing in both duration and frequency, a trend that is likely to continue. Though heatwaves at the sea surface can...