Machine learning for scientific data
About Kelly Lance
Created: 03/24/2016; WHD: 22262
Entries by Kelly Lance
NSF-OOI Regional Cabled Array: Current infrastructure, operations, and data delivery
We completed science operations on the evening of September 12th, although this was a geosciences expedition, we made several observations of marine life as well.
Once again, we are using all the tools on board the Araon to build up the picture of the seabed and below to, hopefully, develop a better understanding of the geological history of the Beaufort Sea.
The 2017 Arctic field program also includes a terrestrial component with Scott Dallimore and Stephen Wolfe from the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) examining the coastal geology of the northern Yukon.
Aerial platforms such as UAVs, or drones, as they are more commonly known, are making headway into scientific applications due to the variety of remote sensing capabilities they offer.
For over five decades, the geology under the Canadian Beaufort Sea on the eastern side of the Mackenzie Trough has been extensively explored for the potential to find oil and gas deposits.
Ocean acidification monitoring along the Georgia coast
Population genetics and connectivity
in deep-sea hydrothermal vent mussels
Making carbon-14 measurements more accessible
Sex, life, and adaptive matter
21st Annual Intern Symposium
Galapagos Syndrome: Self diagnosis, treatment, and planning for a recurrence
Integration of Arctic seafloor observatories and 4D seismic:
Detecting fluid migration pathways from the deep
Detritus, degradation, and diet: Using isotopes to trace the fate of
Only time will tell: Dynamics of picophytoplankton diversity and activity
Rising anthropogenic nitrate levels in the North Pacific Ocean
Speaking science: How to captivate and connect with any audience
Seeing climate, seeing change: Leveraging social science research to communicate climate risk
Collecting evolution: The Galapagos expedition that vindicated Darwin
Research programs at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) encompass the entire ocean, from the surface waters to the deep seafloor, and from the coastal zone to the open sea. The need to understand the ocean in all its complexity and variability drives MBARI's research and development efforts.