In light of the Covid19 pandemic, the Spring 2020 Environmental Monitor will be available as a digital document only.
Included in this issue are methods and equipment utilized by researchers from various organizations that focus on monitoring offshore environments. You will read about data buoys monitoring water quality in marine protected areas, research along the Californian coast by a shark lab, and how meteotsunamis are more common than once thought. New technology featured in this issue may have applications in the fight against climate-driven impacts on water quality.
Other topics include collaborations with national organizations such as the Great Lakes Observing System and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association as well as other programs.