- Coastal Ocean Monitoring using Autonomous and Remote Sensing Instruments
- Real-Time surface current mapping with coastal RADAR systems
- UAV mapping and surveys of river breaching events
- Glider surveys of Monterey Bay
- Ocean Acoustics
- Canada Basin Acoustic Propagation Experiment
- Cross-slope Acoustic Scattering & Transmission Experiment
- Expeditionary and Mine Warfare Applications in the Littoral Zone
- Observations and Predictions of Arctic Change
- Numerical Modeling
Canada Basin Acoustic Propagation Experiment (CANAPE)
Funded by the Office of Naval Research, the Naval Postgraduate School teamed with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in a field experiment abord the USCGC Healy to deploy deep-water moorings in the Beaufort Sea.
With changes in the Arctic Ocean structure and ice cover, the Canada Basin Acoustic Propagation Experiment (CANAPE) deep water comoponent was designed to study the low frequency propagation and ambient noise in the seasonal conditions of open water, marginal ice zone / partial coverage, and complete ice coverage conditions throughout the one year study period.
NPS Autonomous Ocean Flux Bouy Program
The Autonomous Ocean Flux Buoy program is being conducted to monitor and better understand the delicate balance between the upper ocean, sea ice cover, and incoming solar radiation that sustains the perenial ice cover in the Arctic Ocean. A highly specialized observation system has been developed underNational Science Foundation, Arctic Observing Network sponsorship to meet this goal. Explore the links on the left to learn more about the program.