ADEON

The Atlantic Deepwater Ecosystem Observatory Network (ADEON), a sustained, year-round environmental monitoring network in mid- and south Atlantic deep waters, is the NOPP's newest project.

Image Credit: NASA/Goddard/SuomiNPP/VIIRS via NASA's OceanColor

NOPP Funding Opportunities

The NOPP announces several funding opportunities for ocean science and technology research each year. Check here regularly for open funding opportunities

Atlantic Canyons: Pathways to the Abyss

From the 2015 Excellence in Partnering award winners: a new and stunning video documents the steep, deep water canyons off of the US mid-Atlantic coast, and marks the culmination of five years of partnership between federal, academic and industry partners.

Tackling Today's Most Pressing Challenges

Learn about how the NOPP is transforming our knowledge of the oceans and informing decision makers on big ocean issues

NOPP Projects Win in Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE Competition

Learn more about the teams that took top marks in the Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE competition and the sensors which were developed, redesigned, and commercialized under NOPP grants

Promoting Partnerships for the Future of the Ocean, Coasts and Great Lakes

The National Oceanographic Partnership Program (NOPP) is an innovative collaboration of Federal agencies that supports and coordinates ocean research partnerships among state and tribal governments, academia, private industry, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Under the interagency guidance of the NOPP, these sectors are able to form partnerships that more efficiently pursue the Nation's most pressing research needs on ocean science and technology priorities. NOPP investments encompass a broad range of issues in oceanographic research and exploration, education, maritime safety, data- and sampling-technologies, and marine resource management. These focus-areas have led to a variety of advances, among them global ocean observation systems, enhanced weather forecasting technologies, continental shelf surveys, ecosystems mapping, renewable energy exploration, and successful marine science education programs. Since 1997, NOPP has provided an effective forum to leverage Federal investments that foster the development of interagency research initiatives which are able to transcend single-agency mandates and resource limitations in the common pursuit of wise use of the ocean, coasts and Great Lakes.
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