JULY 24, 2015-- Seventy-six people tuned into a public webinar on Tuesday to learn about getting to restoration via Natural Resource Damage Assessment.
Articles from July 24, 2015
JULY 24, 2015--Over the last two weeks the Spatial Data Branch provided remote support for the USCG Research & Development Center’s Arctic Technology Demonstration off the coast of the North Slope of Alaska.
JULY 24, 2015--LT Greg Schweitzer developed his NOAA career skills early in life by doodling weather maps, beginning in kindergarten and continuing through high school as a volunteer spot reporter for the National Weather Service.
JULY 24, 2015--On Thursday, July 23, 2015, staff from the OR&R’s Spatial Data Branch presented and demonstrated information management during incident response to the University of Washington’s Native Youth Enrichment Program. Roughly 25 middle-school students from western Washington treaty tribes learned about the importance of entering into STEM fields, information management tools and the use of Traditional Knowledge during incident response. Outreach Coordination was provided through NOAA Fisheries - West Coast Region.
NOAA's Marine Debris Program and Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Partner on Shoreline Survey and Cleanup Efforts
JULY 24, 2015--Entering into year four of a partnership with the Marine Debris Program (MDP), the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary has expanded their shoreline marine debris monitoring effort to include two new beach cleanup sites.