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CARICOOS receives RICE certification from NOAA

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The Caribbean Regional Association for Coastal Ocean Observing (CARICOOS), of the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus was certified as Regional Information Coordination Entity (RICE) by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). 

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Student at the UPR Mayagüez received fellowship by The Hydrographic Society of America

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Adail A. Rivera Nieves is a graduate student at the UPR Mayagüez that received a fellowship by The Hydrographic Society of America for his thesis: Implementation of an Unstructured Three-Dimensional Circulation Model for San Juan Bay Estuary. Adail works under the supervision of Dr. Miguel Canals Silinder.

 

This article was published in Diálogo Digital on October 6th, 2015: http://dialogoupr.com/noticia/upr/estudiante-del-rum-recibe-galardon-en-hidrografia/ 

Multisectoral collaboration is essential to manage coastal erosion in Puerto Rico

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The DRNA announced that there has to be a multisectoral collaboration in order to manage coastal erosion in Puerto Rico.
 
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UPR at Mayagüez launched instruments to improve the forecast for hurricanes

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The UPR at Mayagüez has developed new tools to improve the forecast of hurricanes in the Caribbean (CariCOOS).

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