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Handbook of NOAA systems and services for marine and Great Lakes pollution data and information

Handbook of NOAA systems and services for marine and Great Lakes pollution data and information

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service, National Oceanographic Data Center, Ocean Pollution Data and Information Network, Central Coordination and Referral Office in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marine pollution -- Information services -- Directories.,
  • Marine pollution -- United States -- Information services -- Directories.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreDirectories.
    ContributionsNational Oceanographic Data Center (U.S.). Ocean Pollution Data and Information Network. Central Coordination and Referral Office.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination56 p.
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14683745M

    GREAT LAKES; NOAA Nautical Chart Catalog and Chart Viewer. View or download NOAA charts in different raster formats. Great Lakes (GL) Step 1: Select a sub-region: Step 2: Search within the selected sub-region: Reset Search. Step 3: Sort the results in the table below by clicking on the column names. The entire Nautical Chart Catalog can also be. Marine Zone Monitoring Publications. Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary uses a strategy called “marine zoning” to protect special habitats, to avoid conflict by user groups such as divers and anglers, and to balance commercial and recreational interests with the need for a healthy ecosystem.

    Data include a national general summary of weather conditions, observed extremes of temperature and precipitation by states, climatological data by station, heating and cooling degree days, flood data and losses, and storm summaries. Upper air data, sunshine, and solar radiation data are also summarized. Report to Congress on Data and Information Management 1 Executive Summary The Secretary of Commerce is providing this Report to Congress as directed under Public Law , Section Data and Information Systems.

    Vessels can be a significant source of marine pollution, certainly from dumping of pollutants directly into the marine environment, but also from emissions of their exhaust gases into the atmosphere. MARPOL Annex VI limits the main air pollutants contained in ships’ exhaust, including sulfur oxides and nitrous oxides. It also prohibits. NOAA stands for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. NOAA scientists study the skies and the oceans. Do you like to go to the beach? NOAA protects the coasts and beaches to make sure the sand and water are clean for you to play in. NOAA studies the fish in the ocean and protects whales, dolphins, and other marine mammals like sea lions and seals.


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The GLSEA is stored as a x pixel map in GIF format, suitable for viewing on PCs and workstations. Feb. 9, - Sailors that discovered the Great Lakes called them Sweetwater Seas because they contained drinkable water. Today, that water is under threat from chemical pollution.

A recent report from the International Joint Commission, a U.S. – Canadian panel that monitors Great Lakes water quality, states the efforts to clean up the lakes.

Marinas and boating activities can also contribute to nonpoint source pollution. Chemicals used to maintain and repair boats, such as solvents, oils, paints, and cleansers, may spill into the water, or make their way into waterbodies via runoff.

Spilling fuel (gasoline or oil) at marinas or discharging uncombusted fuels from engines also contribute to nonpoint source pollution. Marine debris spoils the unique beauty of the Great Lakes region, a complex system of habitats, wetlands, rivers, and tributaries.

Debris in the Great Lakes ranges from small items, including microplastics and other litter, to large abandoned and derelict vessels. No matter the size or type, debris harms the environment, wildlife and natural resources, creates health and. Stay informed of all the latest regional news around NOAA Fisheries.

"The purpose of the workshop was to take the first step in developing a NOAA research strategy that addresses the impact of climate change on Great Lakes coastal ecosystems that is driven by user needs.

The workshop was unique because of its focus on. Co-Management Plan for Subsistence Use of Marine Mammals on St. Paul Island, Alaska This co-management plan represents a cooperative effort to identify, - Agreements.

This report outlines a strategy for improving the content and communication of Great Lakes water level information. It is hoped that by providing decision-makers with more helpful information, the social and economic disruptions caused by fluctuating lake levels can be : Anne H.

Clites. NOAA and partners document surge in Great Lakes water levels Levels expected to stay above-average through winter and spring of Scientists at the Army Corps of Engineers, Environment Canada, and NOAA recently documented a record-setting surge in water levels on Lakes Superior and Michigan-Huron that began in Januaryand has continued through November Background The Great Lakes Operational Forecast System (GLOFS) is a NOAA automated model-based prediction system aimed at providing improved predictions (guidance) of water levels, water currents and water temperatures in the 5 Great Lakes (Erie, Michigan, Superior, Huron and Ontario) for the commercial, recreation, and emergency response communities.

NOAA GLERL has partnered with Great Lakes Outreach Media to create a short film entitled Sinkhole Science: Groundwater in the Great was recently featured on Detroit Public Television’s Great Lakes Now program as well as the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary’s International Film Festival.

In the film, you’ll learn how NOAA GLERL’s Observation Systems and. The Coastal and Marine Ecological Classification Standard (CMECS) provides a comprehensive national framework for organizing information about coasts and oceans and their living systems.

This information includes the physical, biological, and chemical data that are collectively used to define coastal and marine ecosystems.

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distribution of its "Marine Weather Services Charts," which list weather information for various coastal areas and the Great Lakes. These charts are available from the National Ocean Survey's nautical chart sales agents. The National Marine Fisheries Ser­ vice also has safety placards available again to commercial fishing vessels on.

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