After years studying the icy waters of the Southern Ocean with floating robotic monitors, a consortium of oceanographers and other researchers is deploying them across the planet, from the north Pacific to the Indian Ocean.
NSF features the GO-BGC array of robots in a report linking robotics with benefits to society.
March 31, 2021 – With the first floats of the GO-BGC array deployed in the western North Atlantic, researchers now look forward to a new influx of data.
The first GO-BGC deployments are being carried out in the western North Atlantic through a partnership with the International Global Ocean Ship-Based Hydrographic Investigation Program (GO-SHIP).
The winning sticker design from Kaylee at McDougal School in Chapel Hill, NC.During the 2021-21 academic year, SOCCOM and GO-BGC held a sticker contest to help bring attention to the Adopt-A-Float program. With almost 20 entries from five different schools, the...
The National Science Foundation has approved a $53 million grant to build a global network of chemical and biological sensors that will monitor ocean health around the world.