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WESTPAC scientists from Thailand, Indonesia and China conduct joint cruises in Andaman Sea, Bay of Bengal and Southeastern Tropical Indian Ocean, deploy the deep ocean buoys to support SEAGOOS and IndOOS, and investigate air-sea interactions in relation to the Asian monsoon onset.
Reports from the joint observation cruises can be accessed on the Research Updates and Publications page.
The following are examples of how to cite articles on this website:
Web page with known publication date
WESTPAC. Monsoon onset monitoring: What is it?. IOC Sub-Commission for the Western Pacific website, https://ioc-westpac.org/momsei/, 27/09/22.
Web page with unknown publication date
WESTPAC. Monsoon onset monitoring: What is it?. IOC Sub-Commission for the Western Pacific website, https://ioc-westpac.org/momsei/, accessed on 27/09/22.
The SEAGOOS program works to establish several pilot ocean forecasting systems for selected subdomains including the Andaman Sea (Thai’s waters) and the Malaysian East Peninsula Continental Shelf, for high resolution development.