Vote for TOS Council Candidates and the Proposed Bylaws Update by February 21
The online balloting system is available for voting for new Council members as well as reviewing and approving updates to The Oceanography Society’s bylaws. All TOS members received an email message on December 23, 2022, containing a unique ballot link with a random, secret access key. If you are a TOS member and did not receive this message Please contact Jenny Ramarui. All votes must be cast by February 21, 2023.
We thank Martin Visbeck for his service as President-Elect, President, and Past President, Galen McKinley for her service as Chemical Oceanography Councilor, and Larry Mayer who served as Applied Technology Councilor. We also thank Andone Lavery for leading TOS as President for the past two years. She moves to the position of Past President, as we welcome Deborah Bronk as TOS President for the next two years.
Announcing TOS Representatives to the 2024 Ocean Sciences Meeting Planning Committee
The Council has completed the evaluation of self-nominations for TOS representatives to the 2024 Ocean Sciences Meeting, and we’re pleased to announce the following members:
Co-Chair: Richard Crout, Naval Research Laboratory
Vice-Chair: Ellen Kappel, Geosciences Professional Services, Inc.
Early Career Representative: Miranda Bernard, Duke University
Student Representative: Somita Chaudhari, University of Mumbai
Society representatives to the 2024 Ocean Sciences Meeting Planning Committee met this week, and as plans develop they will be posted on the conference website and communicated via email. This event will be held February 18–23, 2024, at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
Oceanography Issue on The New Arctic Ocean
Available Online and Shipping Soon
This double issue of Oceanography reviews significant scientific accomplishments in Arctic Ocean research over the last decade and provides a look at future research opportunities. Individual articles are available here, and all TOS members received an email on December 28, 2022, from “Oceanography Magazine <[email protected]>” with instructions on viewing and/or downloading the full PDF version of this issue. The printed version of this issue will be sent within the next two weeks to those members who selected to receive it by postal mail.
Article Submissions Welcome for
Future Oceanography Issues
Oceanography provides an outlet for making significant advances in oceanography accessible to a broad readership. We are particularly interested in publishing review papers that summarize the current state of knowledge of a particular topic, synthesis papers that discuss new findings and how they significantly revise our thinking about a topic, and more traditional scientific research papers from across the full spectrum of oceanography and marine technology. Oceanography also publishes articles on a wide variety of topics of interest to ocean scientists and beyond. Visit the Early Online Release page to check out the latest published articles. To learn more about manuscript categories, submission guidelines, and publication fees, please visit the Author Guidelines page or contact Ellen Kappel (editor).