By Lauren Ball, a senior in the Dept. of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences at NC State University. As a graduating senior in Biological Oceanography, I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to participate in the PEACH Cruise on the R/V Neil Armstrong.  I ended up only having one […]

Dr. Ruoying He was invited to speak at several institutes in China in January 2017. He traveled with fellow oceanographers Dr. Dennis McGillicuddy and Dr. Don Anderson, both of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Their stops included the Key Laboratory of Marine Ecology and Environmental Sciences in the Institute of Oceanology, […]

NOAA hurricane animation

Roy He and Ben Johnson presented a seminar on ocean forecasting with OOMG’s CNAPS model at NCSU’s Hunt Library on October 14, 2016. In the Coffee and Viz seminar series, researchers use the Teaching and Visualization Lab’s 270 degrees of screen to envelop the audience with dynamic images of state-of-the-art […]

Leidos, Inc. has generously donated oceanographic equipment to NCSU’s Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences (MEAS) for the use of all faculty. Jim Singer of Leidos coordinated the donation, and Ruoying He acted as the MEAS point of contact. Included in the gift are data loggers, acoustic releases, current […]

glider Salacia deployed

OOMG’s Slocum glider, Salacia, was deployed at Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary off the coast of Georgia on 16 September 2016. Gliders from University of South Florida, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill concurrently deployed gliders along the U.S. southeast coast in a practice […]

CNAPS model output

The new Coupled Northwest Atlantic Prediction System (CNAPS) web site allows users to interact with the group’s ocean model of past, present, and three-day future ocean states. Expanding the domain of the SABGOM model, CNAPS covers the ocean from Nova Scotia to Venezuela and west in the north Atlantic, and includes […]

The Gordon Research Conference on Coastal Ocean Modeling in June 2015 was chaired by John Wilkin (Rutgers University), with Roy He as vice-chair. Attendees from OOMG included Xiangming Zeng, Roy He, Joe Zambon, and Ping Zhai. The University of New England (Biddeford, ME) provided a scenic backdrop.

An interactive exhibit at the Bush Presidential Library and Museum, located at Texas A&M University, allows visitors to “Make Your Own Oil Spill.” Visitors can “spill” oil in the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic Bight by tapping a touch-screen display, then watch the program map the dispersal of the […]

Alvin being pulled out of the water as swimmers dive into the sea

PI Roy He took a trip to the depths in Alvin, the small Human Occupied Vehicle (HOV) operated from the R/V Atlantis, in early summer 2014. He descended 2500 m into the Gulf of Mexico. Both Alvin and R/V Atlantis are owned by the U.S. Navy and operated by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. View the […]