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By Williams & Heintz Map Corporation
Williams & Heintz Map Corporation, a specialist in map printing, production, and folding is pleased to announce that they are now certified to print the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Print-on-Demand Charts, (NOAA POD Charts).

By CUNY CREST Institute
Dr. Upmanu Lall, Alan & Carol Silberstein Professor of Engineering, and Director of Columbia University's Water Center will present his recent work at the City University of New York's CREST Institute on Thursday, March 21. Dr.

By LMI - Governement Consulting
A new LMI report highlights areas where the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) can collaborate with the national security community to adapt to the expected impacts of a changing climate.

By Alex Palmer, Marketing Supervisor, CARIS
CARIS’ Bathy DataBASE (BDB) software has provided the last link of a 25 year project enabling the Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) to implement their Hydrographic Information Network.

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By Williams & Heintz Map Corporation
Williams & Heintz Map Corporation, a specialist in map printing, production, and folding is pleased to announce that they are now certified to print the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Print-on-Demand Charts, (NOAA POD Charts).

By North Wind Publishing
The 2014 NOAA Tide Tables and Tidal Current Tables have been published by North Wind Publishing and are now available. Mariners use NOAA's Tables for navigation and are recommended for all navigators.

By The New New Internet
The New New Internet reported on Friday that Harris Corp. and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have collaborated to launch a data-monitoring tool designed to help environmental data users distribute accurate weather information to the..

By CUNY CREST Institute
Dr. Upmanu Lall, Alan & Carol Silberstein Professor of Engineering, and Director of Columbia University's Water Center will present his recent work at the City University of New York's CREST Institute on Thursday, March 21. Dr.

By LMI - Governement Consulting
A new LMI report highlights areas where the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) can collaborate with the national security community to adapt to the expected impacts of a changing climate.

By AcuRite
AcuRite Introduces Portable, Household, Desktop & Specialty Weather Radios

By Tokiwa T. Smith
SEM Link's Math and Science Career Academy hosted classroom visits by its advisory board co-chair and NOAA Physical Scientist Dr. LaToya Myles at an Oakland elementary school to talk to students about her career and environmental science.

By Joe Sanchez
Relief is on the way for the residents of Sunrise, Florida impacted by last week's tornados. Learn What Causes Tornados?

By Joe Sanchez
According to NOAA's website, the National Weather Center is launching a comprehensive initiative to build a “Weather-ready” nation to make America safer from severe weather events, such as tornado, flooding, active hurricane seasons, and more.

By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
A one-ton cannon will be raised Oct. 26 (weather permitting) from the "Queen Anne's Revenge" shipwreck off the N.C. coast. A viewing is planned at the N.C. Maritime Museum.

By Wert-Berater, Inc.
"Aquaculture," the development of fish farms, will get a boost in local coastal waters.

By Alex Palmer, Marketing Supervisor, CARIS
CARIS’ Bathy DataBASE (BDB) software has provided the last link of a 25 year project enabling the Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) to implement their Hydrographic Information Network.

By The Orca Project
The National Marine Fisheries Service continues to issue permits for the capture, import, export and transfers of marine mammals, including killer whales, despite failures in compliance with Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA) requirements.

By Blackmon Mooring
Blackmon Mooring encourages it's customers to join in with The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in support of Flood Safety Awareness Week - March 14-March 18.

By North Wind Publishing
The 2012 NOAA Tide Tables and Tidal Current Tables have been published by North Wind Publishing are now available. Mariners use NOAA's Tables for navigation and are recommended for all navigators.

By MyDocuSafe Incorporated
MyDocuSafe.com™ is a revolutionary, practical, low-cost service for storing your important photos and documents in an online security vault. You can access your account at any time from any computer to upload or modify.

By MyDocuSafe Incorporated
Your Insurance Company Now Requires Home Inventory For Insurance Claims!

By National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
NOAA’s National Weather Service in Gray, Maine, created a new way to allow first responders to know the dangerous impacts of coastal flooding and make quicker, more accurate decisions to save life and property.

By Wes Carter
Preparation For Severe Weather Should Begin Now

By North Wind Publishing
The 2009 NOAA Tide Tables and Tidal Current Tables are available now. NOAA Tide Tables and Tidal Current Tables are the only publications of this data that meet US Coast Guard requirements for use aboard commercial vessels navigating in U.S. waters.

By NavQuest.com
NavQuest.com the internet’s only FREE Online Marine Navigation service announced today that NOAA (National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration) marine charts are now available for download at NavQuest.com.




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