Free Tours of the Santa Cruz Wharf
Learn firsthand about CeNCOOS supported work in Santa Cruz!
Free tours of the Santa Cruz Wharf are offered year-round Sat & Sun at 1 and 3 PM. Docents from the Seymour Marine Discovery Center lead these guided 30-minute tours of science at the wharf.
Fellowship Announcement from California Sea Grant
California Sea Grant is now accepting applications for the Delta Science Fellows Program from qualified individuals to compete for predoctoral and postdoctoral research fellowship opportunities. More information on the fellowships can be found here.
AIS Product Update
The CeNCOOS AIS ship tracking product has been upgraded to include the recommended tracks through the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary for vessels carrying hazardous cargo in bulk and for vessels over 300 gross tons. The Transportation Separation Schemes (TSS) for the San Francisco and Los Angeles areas have also been added as a map layer.
IOOS Regional Coordinator Visits CeNCOOS
This April IOOS Regional Coordinator Jenifer Rhoades visited CeNCOOS in San Francisco and Santa Cruz.
CODAR Tests Low Power Transceiver at Big Creek
In conjunction with the Naval Postgraduate School, a CeNCOOS HF radar operator, CODAR Ocean Sensors, a CeNCOOS member, has installed a new low power transceiver at a CeNCOOS HF radar site south of Monterey Bay. This SeaSonde unit with low power configuration will allow deployment of HF radars in remote areas for surface current mapping.