National Network

Funded primarily by the National Science Foundation with support from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the COSEE Network is comprised of 12 Centers plus a National COSEE Office. Some Centers primarily serve specific regions while others are thematic and focus their efforts on a particular area of expertise and apply these efforts on a national scale. In addition to the work by our Centers, we engage in Network-level activities such as Scientist-Educator Partnerships, Ocean Literacy, and promoting Ocean Careers. For more information on these activities, click on the links in the menu at left.

Map of COSEE Center locations

COSEE Alaska (Alaska) | COSEE California (California, Hawaii, Virginia) | COSEE Florida (Water as Habitat: Florida) | COSEE Island Earth | COSEE Networked Ocean World (Ocean observing systems, real time data, teacher professional development, building pathways for scientist-educator partnerships: California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Virginia) | COSEE Ocean Communities in Education And social Networks (Massachusetts, New York, Washington DC) | COSEE-Ocean Learning Communities (Building and fostering learning communities among diverse stakeholders: California, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington) | COSEE-Ocean Systems (Researching and building effective ocean education tools for inland and rural areas: Maine, New Hampshire) | COSEE-Pacific Partnerships (California, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington) | COSEE SouthEast (Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina) | COSEE-Technology and Engineering for Knowledge (Connecticut) | COSEE West (California, Colorado, Virginia) | National COSEE Office Rhode Island: serves entire Network) | Legacy Sites: COSEE Central Gulf of Mexico (Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas) | COSEE Coastal Trends (Maryland, Virginia) | COSEE Great Lakes (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin) | COSEE New England (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island)

For a PDF of this map, click here (PDF, 859 KB).