Monitoring Mayotte’s deep ocean eruptions in real time 

Despite having been regarded as seismologically stable for more than 4000 years, earthquake swarms, peculiar surface oscillations, and the birth of an undersea volcano has put Mayotte, a French overseas territory in the Indian Ocean, on high alert. Ocean observations could help develop warnings and unlock secrets of volcano dynamics.

Inspiring a new approach to aquaculture on Hainan Island

A Sino-German team is using ocean observations to guide coastal water quality improvements on the Chinese island of Hainan, supporting conservation strategies for essential marine habitats and protecting vital ecosystem services 

Preparing for the next big oil spill

How researchers in Mexico used ocean observations to create an opportunity for change in the aftermath of the devastating 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

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