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Ocean Observation: Gliders, Buoys & Sub-Surface Networks

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ENC data layered with imagery that illustrates actual structure and use. printing system that uses the same information stream. Us- time—port operations assume a time-varying risk relative to a ability could be improved by increasing the velocity of data variety of factors, including water levels, sedimentation rates, from the ports. But what if a port could provide responsible sea states and vessel draft. data that has reliable metadata for inclusion in NOAA’s com- Reducing navigational risk by taking a more active role in un- pilation system? Taking this a step further, what if there were derkeel clearance management is a goal of a prototype project a local copy of the compilation system that the port could undertaken by the Port of Los Angeles and NOAA’s Of

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