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NOAA CoastWatch (East Coast Region) Offering Secon...

CoastWatch Data Analysis Tool: Sea Surface Temperature. Credit NOAA CoastWatch Are you interested in using oceanographic satellite data in your work, but don't know where to start? The NOAA CoastWatch ...
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Improving Detection of Blue-green Algal Threats in...

NCCOS scientists collected samples to provide field calibration data for MODIS satellite imagery products. NCCOS provides these products to the South Florida Water Management District, which uses the imagery to ...
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2016 NOAA Bronze and Distinguished Career Awards H...

NOAA Administrator Dr. Kathryn Sullivan presented the 2016 Bronze Medal and Distinguished Career Awards to esteemed recipients at a ceremony held atNOAA's Silver Spring headquarters on May 24, 2016. The ...
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NOAA Shepherds Transition of Gulf of Maine Harmful...

NOAA and partners are working to transition a harmful algal bloom (HAB) model forAlexandrium fundyensein the Gulf of Maine (GoM) into a NOAA operational forecast system (OFS), which would help ...
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Festival Goers Learn About River Stewardship

NOAA staff lead a children's activity as part of their river awareness workshop at the 2014 River and Roots Festival in Berryville, Va. Last month's River and Roots Festivalin Berryville, ...
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State and Federal Agencies Meet to Improve HAB Sur...

NOAA and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recently co-sponsored a workshop on harmful algal blooms (HABs) to discuss future monitoring of HAB-related illnesses and outbreaks and to discuss with ...
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South Florida Field Radiometry to Support Cyanobac...

NCCOS staff recently trained several employees of the South Florida Water Management District on the collection of field radiometry for cyanobacteria algorithm development. Radiometry is the measurement of optical radiant ...
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Supporting Virginia Sea Grant Aquaculture Work

At the Virginia Sea Grant's Annual Symposium held in Richmond, Va. on Jan. 23, researchers from NCCOS, the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, and private industry developed strategies to find ...
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NCCOS Weekly Harmful Algal Bloom Bulletin Tracks R...

The Lake Erie Harmful Algal Bloom weekly bulletin (# 7 issued July 17)provided location and transportof a cyanobacteria bloom that developed unexpectedly in the central basin of Lake Erie.This bloom ...
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