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January 6, 2021
Type: Media: Document

The Southwest Fisheries Science Center will use autonomous vehicles equipped with acoustic instruments to augment data collection along the California and Washington coasts.

January 4, 2021
Type: Media: Document

NWS Louisville received a grant from the OMAO Uncrewed Systems Operation Center to acquire drones for use on river flood and storm damage surveys across southern Indiana and central Kentucky.

December 14, 2020
Type: Media: Document

Scientists from the NOAA Fisheries, University of Alaska Fairbanks, and the University of Washington are expanding the sampling capability of a Slocum autonomous underwater glider.

Survey technician services buoy
February 2, 2020
Type: Media: Image

Survey Technician Sophia Tigges aboard NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown removing gooseneck barnacles that have made their home on the bottom of a buoy.

Survey technician cleans oceanographic sensors
February 2, 2020
Type: Media: Image

Survey Technician Sophia Tigges is seen here removing barnacles from oceanographic sensors that were attached to a moored buoy.

Survey technician cleans oceanographic sensors
March 31, 2021
Type: Media: Article

In her own words, Sophia Tigges shares her journey from a young, budding science enthusiast to becoming a survey technician for The Nation’s leading federal scientific agency.

NOAA Corps officers act as lookouts during Inside Passage transit
October 14, 2020
Type: Media: Image

Capt. Marc Moser and Lt. Cmdr. Carl Rhodes act as lookouts during NOAA Ship Fairweather's northbound Inside Passage transit.

Crewmembers of NOAA Ship Fairweather conduct CTD cast
October 7, 2020
Type: Media: Image

Hydrographic Survey Technician, Joe Allman, and Ensign Iris Ekmanis conduct a Conductivity, Temperature and Depth cast from aboard NOAA Ship Fairweather prior to surveying near Johns Hopkins Glacier.

BOTC 119 during a training exercise at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
March 1, 2012
Type: Media: Image

Basic Officer Training Class 119 following the completion of a training exercise at the United States Merchant Marine Academy

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