The Oceanography Society (TOS) was founded in 1988 to advance oceanographic research, technology, and education, and to disseminate knowledge of oceanography and its application through research and education. TOS promotes the broad understanding of oceanography, facilitates consensus building across all the disciplines of the field, and informs the public about ocean research, innovative technology, and educational opportunities throughout the spectrum of oceanographic inquiry. TOS welcomes members from all nations. Any individual, business, or organization interested in ocean sciences is encouraged to join and to participate in the activities and benefits of the society.
TOS has launched a new webinar series focused on discussing how oceanographic instrumentation supports advances in research. Each event will feature a science presentation followed by ample time for discussion. We are excited that one of Sequoia’s LISST’s was featured in the premier webinar of this series. Dr. Travis Miles, Assistant Professor, presents his topic: Sediment Resuspension Observations from a Glider Integrated Sequoia Scientific LISST Particle Analyzer.