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SCCOOS brings together coastal observations in the Southern California Bight to provide information necessary to address issues in climate change, ecosystem preservation and management, coastal water quality, maritime operations, coastal hazards and national security.

As a science-based decision support system, SCCOOS works interactively with local, state and federal agencies, resource managers, industry, policy makers, educators, scientists and the general public to provide data, models and products that advance our understanding of the current and future state of our coastal and global environment.

Inquiries should be directed to info@sccoos.org.

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Access the SCCOOS maintained ocean observatory events calendar. Please note: Times listed are Pacific Standard Time. click here
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The SCCOOS governance structure is designed to leverage the expertise, leadership, effectiveness and proven track record of the existing ocean observations community in Southern California in implementing and sustaining long term observation programs; engage a recognized body of agency end-users as advisors; and emphasize a project development component that engages the end-user community to ensure program sustainability. click here


SCCOOS maintains a repository of documents of interest to SCCOOS participants and the greater coastal research community. This collection includes, but is not limited to: RFPs, OOI reports, newsletters, SCCOOS documentation and presentations. click here