Advancing DOOS through iDOOS

In 2021 DOOS was awarded funding through the U.S. National Science Foundation through the AccelNet program (Award # 2114717) – Implementing a Deep Ocean Observing Strategy (iDOOS).

iDOOS seeks to implement an integrated, cross- disciplinary, deep-ocean observing strategy formed of existing deep-sea programs and networks to generate the knowledge required to advance ocean science.

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UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development

DOOS Officially Endorsed as Part of the UN Ocean Decade.

The Deep Ocean Observing Strategy (DOOS) will promote a deep ocean community that facilitates collaboration across disciplines and fields,elevates a diverse cohort of early career researchers into future leaders, and bridges scientific advancements to societal needs and challenges.

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Deep Ocean Early-career Researchers (DOERs) Program

The DOERs program is a collaborative early career mentoring program designed to bring together early-career researchers from across the global deep sea community. It seeks to foster a new generation of leadership that is capable of guiding future deep-ocean observing and research.

The training program is designed to provide these future leaders with the skill sets and experience needed engage with deep ocean programs and people outside of their own discipline, as well as engage with data across variables, platforms, and sensors.

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