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  • SOOS-led Southern Ocean chapter in State of the Climate in 2015
  • An overview of the outcomes from the 2016 CAPS workshop
  • This is the annual meeting of the SOOS Data Management Sub-Committee, to be hosted by AWI in June 2017
  • The annual meeting of the SOOS Scientific Steering Committee will be hosted by AWI in June 2017
  • Issue 11 of the SOOS newsletter includes updates on several key products, an overview of upcoming events, and general community news
  • Issue 10 of the SOOS newsletter includes updates on new products and activities from SOOS and the community
  • A scientific workshop bringing together researchers working in the West Antarctic Peninsula
  • The Indian research on Southern Ocean is conducted by the National Centre for Antarctica and Ocean Research (NCAOR), an Earth Science System Organization (ESSO) under the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), Government of India.

  • Updates from the SOOS Executive Officer, including an outline of the Annual Community Calendar, SOOS Publications and Resources, and a summary of upcoming meetings

  • A review paper that highlights the current priority satellite data requirements of the Southern Ocean research and logistics community
  • The annual in-person meeting of the SOOS Executive Committee will be hosted by AWI in June 2017
  • This international workshop will develop a detailed implementation plan for an under-ice observing system, based on the SOOS "Seeing below the ice" strategy for under ice observations. This is a core activity of the POGO OASIIS Working Group
  • A NECKLACE workshop was held in Sweden on October 3rd 2016 to discuss modelling, data, technical deployment, and future strategy.

  • SOCCOM is starting its third season of deploying autonomous biogeochemical floats to make sustained observations of the carbon cycle. 

  • This 3-year project will make an essential contribution to our understanding of coastal Southern Ocean CO2 system variability, by delivering new autonomous observations. 

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