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Nov 22, 2012, 17:11 ET
Hurricane Sandy, one of biggest storms to hit the US mainland, is expected to incur more losses than last year's Hurricane Irene. Credit NOAA National Hurricane Center.  (PRNewsFoto/Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, NOAA National Hurricane Center)

La RPI2.0 du BIOS annonce une expérience d'externalisation ouverte : le concours de prévisions saisonnières

Reconnaissant la valeur de l'externalisation ouverte (crowdsourcing) en tant que mode de prévision efficace, la Risk Prediction Initiative...

Nov 22, 2012, 17:07 ET
Hurricane Sandy, one of biggest storms to hit the US mainland, is expected to incur more losses than last year's Hurricane Irene. Credit NOAA National Hurricane Center.  (PRNewsFoto/Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, NOAA National Hurricane Center)

RPI2.0 des BIOS kündigt Crowdsourcing-Experiment an: den Seasonal Forecast Competition

Zur Anerkennung des Werts von Crowdsourcing als effiziente Prognosemethode kündigt die Risk Prediction Initiative (RPI2.0) den Start des...

Nov 22, 2012, 05:45 ET
Hurricane Sandy, one of biggest storms to hit the US mainland, is expected to incur more losses than last year's Hurricane Irene. Credit NOAA National Hurricane Center.  (PRNewsFoto/Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, NOAA National Hurricane Center)

RPI2.0, de BIOS, anuncia la Seasonal Forecast Competition

- RPI2.0, de BIOS, anuncia un experimento de colaboración abierta distribuida – la Seasonal Forecast Competition En un movimiento...

Nov 20, 2012, 19:23 ET
Hurricane Sandy, one of biggest storms to hit the US mainland, is expected to incur more losses than last year's Hurricane Irene. Credit NOAA National Hurricane Center.  (PRNewsFoto/Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, NOAA National Hurricane Center)

BIOS's RPI2.0 Announces Crowdsourcing Experiment - The Seasonal Forecast Competition

In a nod to the value of crowdsourcing as an effective forecasting method, the Risk Prediction Initiative (RPI2.0) announces the start of its...

Jul 09, 2012, 15:18 ET
The BIOS Research Vessel Atlantic Explorer prepares to dock at the institute. Photo by Tiffany Wardman.  (PRNewsFoto/Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, Tiffany Wardman)

BIOS Appoints President and Director

After a six-month international search, the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS) is pleased to announce that Dr. William Curry has been...

Jul 09, 2012, 15:17 ET
At-sea ocean acidification experiments show contrasting responses between dominant unicellular and colonial natural cyanobacteria populations. Insets(top to bottom):  Synechococcus (epifluorescent microscopy), Prochlorococcus(bright-field microscopy) and Trichodesmium (bright-field microscopy). Photos: S. Jaeger and M. Lomas.  (PRNewsFoto/Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, S. Jaeger and M. Lomas)

BIOS: Will Climate Change Cause Ocean Bacteria to Bloom?

 When it comes to climate change, few people think about potential impacts on bacteria, but that's just what a team of researchers from the...

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