TweetMembers of the steering committee from the 2010 NOPP-hosted workshop Attaining an Operational Marine Biodiversity Observation Network have published an article in BioScience outlining the need and plan for a Marine Biodiversity Observation Network. The authors suggest that while no extensive marine biodiversity monitoring program currently exists, one is needed to promote and effectively manage the [...]
TweetNOPP is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity in partnership with the Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), Wind and Water Power Technologies Office (WWPTO), and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), titled “Marine and Hydrokinetic (MHK) Effects Assessment and Monitoring”!
Funding Opportunity Announcement Number: DE-FOA-0000816
Letters of Intent [...]
TweetNOPP is excited to announce a new funding opportunity in partnership with the Office of Naval Research (ONR)!
Funding Opportunity Number: ONR-BAA13-011
On behalf of the National Oceanographic Partnership Program, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) solicits research proposals on the following topic: Advancing Air-Ocean-Land-Ice Global Coupled Prediction on Emerging Computational Architectures.
Full proposals are due by 2 [...]
TweetThe NOPP Excellence in Partnering awards ceremony hosted by the NOPP Office in October at the MTS/IEEE Oceans ’12 conference in Virginia Beach, VA has been featured in the most recent publication of the Marine Technology Society’s newsletter (MTS) Currents. The article can be found here.The most recent volume of Currents can also be found [...]
Innovative Global Observing System Funded Under NOPP for First 12 Years
NOPP Office staff attended and hosted an exhibit booth at the MTS/IEEE Oceans ’12 Conference in Virginia Beach, Virginia from 15-18 October. NOPP was pleased to host an awards ceremony honoring the 2011 Excellence in Partnering Awardees on Monday, 14 October.
The NOPP Office would like to once again congratulate Takemasa Miyoshi, Masaru Kunii, Eugenia Kalnay, and Hong Li on their two new publications resulting from NOPP-funded research on tropical cyclone forecasting and modeling!
The Ocean Research Advisory Panel (ORAP) Industry Sub-panel held a workshop on 24-25 May 2011 titled “Offshore Renewable Energy: Accelerating the Decision-Making Process”, to discuss the growing issues surrounding renewable ocean energy development; the final report resulting from this workshop is now available on the ORAP website.
The NOPP Office would like to congratulate Shu-Chih Yang, Takemasa Miyoshi, and Eugenia Kalnay on their recent publication in Weather and Forecasting titled “Accelerating the EnKF Spinup for Typhoon Assimilation and Prediction.”
TweetIn 2008, University of Alaska Fairbanks professor Dr. Ping Lan created the Arctic Innovation Competition (AIC) as a way to facilitate the sharing of ideas and engage communities around the world in innovation and research. The application process is now open for the 2012 competition! The competition is open to anyone who has an idea they would like [...]