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Welcome to NANOOS, the Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems. NANOOS is part of IOOS and provides information and products related to weather and ocean data.

High-Frequency Radars Coming to the Washington Coast!

NANOOS is pleased to announce that it has received funds for two high-frequency (HF) radars to measure coastal surface currents. These assets will be sited in Washington state as part of the fiscal year 2017 award from NOAA, entitled "Sustaining NANOOS, the Pacific Northwest component of the US IOOS". Surface current data from HF radars can be used for search and rescue, tracking HABs or other floating items, model skill enhancement, maritime safety, and environmental risk reduction. This add was part of a "Fill the Gaps" IOOS Association campaign aimed to address observing gaps in our national system.

High-Frequency Radars Coming to the Washington Coast!

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NANOOS Participates in NOAA West Watch

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NANOOS Annual Meetings Held in Vancouver, Washington

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Great Attendance at the NANOOS Community Workshop!

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Climate and Upwelling Indices Now Available on NVS

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Boating Season is Here!

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How Typical are Current Conditions?

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Understanding the 2015 West Coast Harmful Algal Bloom

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Special Collection Announced for Pacific Anomalies

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New GOA-ON Interactive Data Portal Launched

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