- The OSANP Challenge is now open for submissions. The deadline is April 1st, 2017.
- OSNAP will be holding a half-day meeting prior to the EGU General Assembly 2017 in Vienna, Austria on Sunday, April 23rd, 2017.
- OSNAP cruise aboard the R/V CCGS Hudson serviced the shelfbreak array in the Labrador basin and repeated the AR7W section.
- OSNAP cruise aboard the German R/V Maria S Marian serviced the 53ºN array and the GIS mooring in the central Irminger Sea.
- Two OSNAP cruises aboard the RRS Discovery recovered and redeployed the UK Cape Farewell east to offshore array, the US Iceland Basin array and the UK Rockall Trough array, deployed RAFOS floats and additional sound sources.
- OSNAP cruise aboard the US R/V Neil Armstrong serviced moorings on two sides of Greenland (US Labrador Sea eastern boundary array and US east Cape Farewell slope array).
- The 2015 Report to the OSNAP International Oversight Committee has been finalized and added to the website (http://www.o-snap.org/about-us/international-oversight-committee/).
- OSNAP will be holding a half-day meeting prior to Ocean Sciences 2016 on Sunday, February 21 from 1:00-6:00pm.
- A half-day OSNAP meeting will be held in Bristol, UK on July 21th prior to the RAPID-US AMOC International Science Meeting.
- Canadian scientists aboard the CCGS Hudson has finished their annual Labrador Sea survey, and recovered three OSNAP moorings and deployed new moorings along the Labrador slope at 53ºN.
- RREX cruise aboard R/V Thassala across Reykjanes Ridge goes out on June 5th.
- Cruise OSNAP 8 aboard the R/V Pelagia disembarks on June 8th to service Iceland Basin and the Rockall Channel moorings and to deploy RAFOS floats over the slopes east of the MAR ridge crest.
- OSNAP cruise aboard the U.S. R/V Knorr for deploying moorings, sound sources and floats along OSNAP East. See (http://www.o-snap.org/news-events/blog).
- Oceanographers in Canada recently deployed three gliders as part of their VITALS program (http://vitals.soniccat.com/). The gliders, deployed just upstream of the OSNAP array at 53°N, will monitor waters along the shelf and slope of the western Labrador basin and will yield valuable downstream information on the waters passing through the OSNAP array. You can view the Google Earth tracks for these gliders at: http://vitalsgliders.blogspot.ca
- Canadian scientists aboard the CCGS Hudson deployed three moorings along the Labrador slope at 53°N. These three moorings are the westernmost moorings for the OSNAP West line.
- OSNAP cruise aboard the U.S. R/V Knorr for sound source deployment and float launches in the Newfoundland basin.
- OSNAP cruise aboard the RSS James Clark Ross for hydrographic survey of OSNAP East and West lines. See: http://ukosnap.wordpress.com/