NOAA Information Services for U.S. Arctic Marine Operations

NOAA Information Services for U.S. Arctic Marine Operations

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Addresses special needs for oceanographic and meteorological data and information services for Alaska's arctic and subarctic ocean areas: the Beaufort, Chukchi, and Bering seas, and areas where seasonal ice occurs in Cook Inlet and Prince William Sound. Identifies major user needs and assesses technical means of responding to these needs. Study commissioned by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).ditions. Maintenance of ice monitoring data already archived by NOAA (SDSD) and ready access by users requesting them will provide a useful service to marine interests operating on arctic seas. Additional ice data could be acquired; for example, the U.S. Navya#39;s GEOSAT, launched in March 1985, includes a satellite altimeter that can accurately detect the position of the sea-ice margin. It covers 72Ad S to 72* N latitude, which includes Alaskan waters of interest to the oil industry.

Title:NOAA Information Services for U.S. Arctic Marine Operations
Publisher:National Academies - 1986

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