- From Surface to Seafloor Workshop
- Background Materials
Hydrothermal vents and methane seeps
- Observations of in situ deep-sea marine bioluminescence with a high-speed, high-resolution sCMOS camera (Phillips et al. 2016)
- Report on the Deep Argo Implementation Workshop, May 2015 (Zilberman and Maze 2015)
The Deep Argo Workshop was organized to initiate science and implementation planning for a global Deep Argo array, to satisfy broad-scale requirements for measurement of temperature, salinity, and ocean circulation and for combination with other observing system technologies that will complement the float array’s large-scale attributes.
- Clio: Fully Autonomous Particle Profiling (Breier)
- Quantifying Spatiotemporal Greenhouse Gas Emissions Using Autonomous Surface Vehicles (Dunbabin & Grinham 2017)
- The Untethered Remotely Operated Vehicle PICASSO-1 and Its Deployment From Chartered Dive Vessels for Deep Sea Surveys Off Okinawa, Japan, and Osprey Reef, Coral Sea, Australia (Lindsay et al. 2012)
- The uROV PICASSO, the Visual Plankton Recorder, and other attempts to image plankton (Lindsay et al. 2013)
- Pelagios (Henk-Jan Hoving)
- DESCEND-2 Workshop Background Documents
- DESCEND 2 Questions to Develop
This packet was included as background materials for the DEveloping Submergence SCiencE for the Next Decade 2 workshop. It includes the primary questions that were outlined at the initial 1999 DESCEND meeting as well as the major questions as presented in the 2015 SEA
CHANGE: Decadal Survey report.
NOAA Emerging Technologies Workshop for Observations
Census of Marine Life
Marine Biodiversity Observation Network
NOAA Ocean Exploration and Research
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Schmidt Ocean Institute
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View a complete list of scientists participating in the workshop.