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Volume 42, Number 3, Fall 2008
Global Lessons Learned from Regional Coastal Ocean Observing Systems. Guest Editor: Harvey E. Seim

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Foreword

Commentary

Evolution of Regional Efforts in International GOOS and U.S. IOOS
pp. 4-9(6)
Authors: Briscoe, Melbourne G.; Martin, David L.; Malone, Thomas C.

Coastal Observatories and Operational Oceanography: A European Perspective
pp. 10-13(4)
Authors: Proctor, Roger; Howarth, John

Prologue

Prologue to SEACOOS
pp. 14-16(3)
Authors: Seim, Harvey E.; Mooers, Christopher N.K.

Papers

SEACOOS Program Management
pp. 17-27(11)
Authors: Seim, Harvey E.; Nelson, James; Fletcher, Madilyn; Mooers, C.N.K.; Spence, Lundie; Weisberg, Robert H.; Werner, Francisco; Smith, Sarah M.; Lea, Russ

Southeast Atlantic Coastal Ocean Observation System (SEACOOS) Information Management: Evolution of a Distributed Community System
pp. 28-34(7)
Authors: Fletcher, Madilyn; Cleary, Jesse; Cothran, Jeremy; Porter, Dwayne

Supporting and Extending the SEACOOS Program: The Extension and Education Work Group
pp. 35-40(6)
Authors: Simoniello, Christina; Spence, Lundie; Thigpen, Jack

High Frequency Radar Observing Systems in SEACOOS: 2002-2007 Lessons Learned
pp. 55-67(13)
Authors: Shay, Lynn K.; Seim, Harvey E.; Savidge, Dana; Styles, Richard; Weisberg, Robert H.

Waves Initiative within SEACOOS
pp. 68-80(13)
Authors: Voulgaris, George; Haus, Brian K.; Work, Paul; Shay, Lynn K.; Seim, Harvey E.; Weisberg, Robert H.; Nelson, James R.

Building on the SEACOOS Experience: Recommendations from the Final SEACOOS Workshop
pp. 81-85(5)
Authors: Nelson, James R.; Simoniello, Christina

Commentary

Epilogue to SEACOOS
pp. 86-88(3)
Author: Weisberg, Robert H.

Ocean Observation in the Gulf of Mexico: Partnering Successes
pp. 89-90(2)
Authors: Medeiros, Lisa; Boatman, Jerry

Papers

The Gulf of Maine Ocean Observing System: Generic Lessons Learned in the First Seven Years of Operation (2001-2008)
pp. 91-102(12)
Authors: Pettigrew, Neal R.; Xue, Huijie; Irish, James D.; Perrie, Will; Roesler, Collin S.; Thomas, Andrew C.; Townsend, David W.

Societal Benefits of the Real-Time Coastal Observation Network (ReCON): Implications for Municipal Drinking Water Quality
pp. 103-109(7)
Authors: Ruberg, Steven A.; Guasp, Edwin; Hawley, Nathan; Muzzi, Ronald W.; Brandt, Stephen B.; Vanderploeg, Henry A.; Lane, John C.; Miller, Terry; Constant, Stephen A.

Physical and Chemical Deterioration of Reinforced Concrete Reefs in Tongyeong Reefs Coastal Waters, Korea
pp. 110-118(9)
Authors: Kim, H. S.; Kim, C. G.; Na, W. B.; Woo, J.; Kim, J. K.

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