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New Technology Tested to Aid Forecasts of Harmful Algal Blooms

The Submaran S10, an autonomous surface/underwater vehicle powered by wind and solar power, will be deployed on a test mission to sample seawater for harmful algal bloom (HAB) cells off the Washington coast. Samples from two 1-2 day pilot missions will be delivered to the Makah Tribe Water Quality Lab for analysis. Funded by U.S. IOOS via NANOOS, the effort is contributing to the development of a NOAA Pacific Northwest HAB Bulletin, a forecast system that supports the management of shellfisheries, clamming beaches, and human health. This work is a collaboration of NOAA’s Northwest Fisheries Science Center, University of Washington Applied Physics Lab (APL), NANOOS, the Makah Tribe, the Olympic Region HAB (ORHAB) partnership and OceanAero.

New Technology Tested to Aid Forecasts of Harmful Algal Blooms

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IPACOA Expands Its Scope!

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NANOOS Presentation for NOAA West Watch

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ESPeddie Back on Duty!

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NANOOS Certification Signed!

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Save the Date for Biology!

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Seacast comes to NVS!

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New Surfers App on NVS!

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Updated GOA-ON Website Launched

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How Typical are Current Conditions?

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