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Fall 2015 SeaSonde® Basic Technician Training

Fall 2015 SeaSonde® Basic Technician Training

5-9 October 2015
Northern California


Our Fall 2015 Training Course will be held in Northern California at CODAR Headquarters.

This course is recommended for new SeaSonde operators and is a good refresher for experienced users as well.





Radiowave Operators Working Group (ROWG) 
Radiowave Operators Working Group (ROWG)

2-4 November 2015
Woods Hole, Massachusetts

https://joss.ucar.edu/meetings/2015/radiowave-operators-working-group-meeting-rowg-8

The biennial Radiowave Operators Working Group (ROWG) sponsored by US IOOS is widely considered the “must-attend” event for persons operating & maintaining HF radars or working with data outputs. The next ROWG installment is taking place 2-4 November 2015 at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) in Massachusetts. Several CODAR staff will participate. Visit event web site for details.





 
CODAR Day @ ROWG 2015
Radiowave Operators Working Group (ROWG)

5 November 2015
Woods Hole, Massachusetts

http://codar.com/Events_CODAR_Day_ROWG_Overview.htm

Immediately following ROWG, CODAR Ocean Sensors is hosting a special “CODAR Day” aimed at providing more detailed product-specific information. Those in the CODAR user community attending ROWG are encouraged to stay for CODAR Day to discuss and learn about our best practices and some upcoming updates and improvements. Visit event web page for details.




2015 Radiowave Oceanography Workshop (ROW2015)

4-6 November 2015
Woods Hole, Massachusetts

http://paduan.org/row/ROW_Home.html





Oceans (MTS/IEEE) 2010

Oceans 2010 (MTS/IEEE) Seattle

19-23 October 2015
Washington, D.C.

http://www.oceans15mtsieeewashington.org

You are encouraged to attend the presentation given by CODAR personnel Chad Whelan and Maxwell Hubbard entitled, “Multi-Static Benefits to Operational HF Radar Networks”. Additional presentations of interest will be added here after the official conference program is confirmed.

MTS    IEEE    OES





                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 

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