From March – June 2023, AOOS will again be contributing weekly forecasts of surface currents and sea ice movement to the Sea Ice for Walrus Outlook (SIWO) program.
Sea Ice for Walrus Outlook
Alaska Issues » Sea Ice for Walrus OutlookSea Ice for Walrus Outlook Overview of SIWO The Sea Ice for Walrus Outlook...
NOAA CertificationAOOS receives its core funding from five-year NOAA cooperative agreements with the national...
Alaska Water Level Watch
Alaska Water Level WatchMission The AWLW steering committee will establish a framework for a sustained collaborative...
Request for Bids – Contract work for developing mobile web-based application for Mariner’s Dashboard
AOOS is looking for a contractor to develop a web-based application for the Mariner’s Dashboards (Prince William Sound, Cook Inlet and Kodiak) that can serve as a prototype that is used to solicit feedback for future development of a native (iOS and Android) application.
Arctic projects measuring currents and recording whale songs get new funding
Projects measuring the ocean currents around Wainwright, Point Barrow and Cape Simpson, as well as recording and analyzing whale and walrus sounds in the Arctic, are receiving new funding for equipment updates.
Federal infrastructure funds will support Alaska ocean observing
Critical equipment monitoring Alaska’s changing ocean will soon be replaced and enhanced with funds from the recently passed Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration awarded $1.3 million in year one funds to the Alaska Ocean Observing System.
Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission Hiring
The AEWC is hiring two positions to support the Backyard Buoys project, a Program Coordinator and a Village...