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Missed Travis Miles' webinar on "Sediment Resuspension and Transport from a Glider-Integrated Laser in Situ Scattering and Transmissometry (LISST) Particle Analyzer"? Check out the recording and article here!, ... #LISST, @ex_trav_aganza

Join us this Wednesday from 2-3 pm ET for the first event of our Exploring Ocean Instrumentation Webinar Series!, @ex_trav_aganza, #LISST

Join us for the first webinar on Wednesday, July 21, 2021, 2–3 pm EDT!

Travis Miles, Rutgers University, will discuss sediment resuspension observations from a glider integrated sequoia scientific LISST particle analyzer. Learn more at ...

The abstract submission deadline the POSea 2021 conferees is tomorrow June 30. The conference highlights POC working in marine science. All are welcome to attend. @CSUMB_MSCI @csucoast @CMEP_csumb @MLMLmarinesci @MBARI_News @HopkinsMarine ... @wsn_deic

ocean scientist! Physical oceanography background preferred. Permanent contract in the civil service @UKHO. Deadline Tuesday 6th July!
info here: @TOSOceanography @OceanDecadeECOP @iioe_ecsn @iapso_ecs @iLEAPS_ECSN ... @NANO4Ocean

🗣Special report! The Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative is featured in a special issue of #Oceanography magazine with a part by #GRIIDC highlighting how we began as #GoMRI's #data repository. Read more here:
... @TOSOceanography @gulfresearch

CSUMB Professor @profcgarza has a new opinion piece out in the journal @TOSOceanography where he discusses challenges in diversifying ocean science & necessary steps forward to make the field more inclusive & diverse.

Read the open... access article here 👇

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Oceanography Student News

These issues include a regular column from the TOS student representative, links to career profiles of non-academic oceanographers, profiles of TOS student subcommittee members and information on student activities planned for the upcoming scientific meetings. Feel free to forward the links to the newsletters to other students, or print out a copy and post it on your department bulletin board. Any questions? Email TOS Student Rep Chrissy Hernandez at

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Oceanography Career Profiles

Read career profiles of marine scientists who have pursued successful and fulfilling careers outside of academia. These profiles discuss the career paths taken, decisions made along the way, and job satisfaction, and provide advice on job searches.  More than 60 profiles are available for viewing here.

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