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- Program Update – May 2013
- WET Labs to Provide Coastal Surface Piercing Profilers
- OOI Webinar Q & A: 2013-2014 Deployments and Initial Sampling
- Program Update – April 2013
- Request for Information (RFI) – Uncabled Bioacoustic Sonar Instruments, OOI
- Marine Science Public Literacy Event to be Held in Brussels This Month
- OOI Milestones of 2012
- Program Update – March 2013
- FEATURED NEWS: OOI Hosts Webinar on 2013-2014 Deployment and Initial Sampling
- Program Update – February 2013
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fiber optic cable Archive
Posted on January 3, 2012Having achieved a number of significant milestones in 2011, the OOI program is diving into 2012 with installation and test activities continuing at a rapid pace across the program...
Posted on October 5, 2011The OOI program in September completed installation of the 540 miles of undersea fiber optic cable that will link scientists and others on land to data streaming from an extensive array of OOI next generation sensors located in the ocean and on the sea floor.
Posted on August 8, 2011The OOI team over the course of the summer has tested various platforms planned for the Endurance Array that will provide extensive, sustained ocean observations off the Oregon and Washington coasts to a wide range of users including scientists, educators and the public.
Posted on July 6, 2011The Cables Have Landed! The OOI program has connected two undersea cables that will link scientists and others on land to data streaming from an extensive array of next-generation sensors located in the ocean and on the seafloor in the Northeast Pacific.