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These products/projects are no longer active:· ROMS WFS Model Forecasts (Retired July 6th, 2016)
· WFS NCEP Forecast Wind Fields
· Deepwater Horizon oil spill trajectory nowcast/forecast models
· Satellite-tracked surface drifters in response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico during 2010
· Cloud free satellite SST
· Cloud free ocean color
· Atlas of climatologies for the Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, and western Atlantic
· Moorings: Pacific Equatorial CARIACO SFOMC
· ECOHAB Hydrography Cruises
OCL on the News:
- • What does an El Niño winter mean for Florida red tide? (Tampa Bay Times, 11/24/2023) New!
- • Meet the Winners of the 2023 Vembu Subramanian Ocean Scholars Award (SECOORA News, 11/21/2023)
- • College of Marine Science to lead $3.2-million grant to develop Sargassum forecasting system (USF News, 10/23/2023)
- • Students conduct science at sea (USF News, 9/20/2023)
- • Hurricane Idalia likely mitigated red tide for the Tampa Bay area, for now (WTSP 10 Tampa Bay, 9/01/2023)
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