Synchro’s sister organization: CeNCOOS

Annual climate resilience meeting for the California observing community

CenCOOS meeting attendees
Attendees of CeNCOOS annual meeting in Bodega Bay, CA
If you are in the observing community, then you know about CeNCOOS, the Central and Northern California Ocean Observing System.

The director of CeNCOOS, Henry Ruhl, leads Synchro, benefiting Synchro greatly in its coming years from the spiderweb of projects and folks and technology involved. They

Recently the groups, including Synchro staff, all met in Bodega Bay for the annual meeting on Climate Resilience to discuss what the new funding (Bipartisan Infrastructure Law) for ocean research could mean for CeNCOOS. If you have not yet seen their recent newsletter click below to find out more about the meeting and those on harmful algal blooms and on Capitol Hill, new publication on data collection for invertebrates, updates on Californias progress on marine conservation, and other funding opportunities and jobs.

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