NOAA Sets Up Vessel Ops Support in Rhode Island
is "America's ship for ocean exploration." Dedicated to exploration and discovery, Okeanos Explorer maps the seafloor, explores shipwrecks and characterizes largely unknown areas of the ocean.NOAA’s ship fleet is maintained and operated by a team of approximately 600 civilians and NOAA Corps officers. NOAA’s ships play a vital role in collecting environmental data essential to protecting lives and property, conserving and managing coastal and marine resources, and understanding weather and climate
NOAA to Order New Research Ships in 2020
information possible about the marine environment,” said Rear Adm. Michael J. Silah, director of the NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps and NOAA Office of Marine and Aviation Operations (OMAO).NOAA's current fleet consists of 15 active research and survey ships operated by OMAO and crewed by NOAA Corps officers and civilian professional mariners. NOAA said its vessels conduct more than 100 missions anually to collect data critical for nautical charts, fishery quotas, exploration of the nation’s 4.3-million-square-mile Exclusive Economic Zone, storm surge modeling and climate research
Meet LT Laura Dwyer: NOAA Officer, Navy Oceanographer
and ocean conditions - NOAA for the U.S.; the Navy for Navy assets and operations overseas. That long association also includes the National/Navy Ice Center, a joint Navy/NOAA agency commanded by a Naval Oceanography officer with a NOAA employee as the agency's senior civilian and deputy director. NOAA Corps officers have been assigned to Naval Oceanography staffs. The relationship is formalized in a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), recently renewed for another five years.But until recently, NOAA Corps officers had not been assigned to operational oceanography commands like NAVOCEANMIWCEN. Dwyer'
Crab Fishing Vessel Wreck Found off Alaska
long partnership with NOAA to support the safety of those on the sea and appreciate their assistance in this and past investigations.” "The crew and officers ofOscar Dyson and Fairweather were honored to assist the Coast Guard in this investigation,” said Capt. Keith Roberts, NOAA Corps, commanding officer of NOAA’s Marine Operations Center - Pacific. “Our thoughts are with the families and loved ones of those lost aboard the Destination.” NOAA and the Coast Guard have a long history of collaboration, underscored by their shared mission to promote safety
NOAA's Okeanos Explorer Journeys Into Pacific Deepwater
will be covered on the NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research website. Join us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer is operated, managed and maintained by NOAA's Office of Marine and Aviation Operations which includes commissioned officers of the NOAA Corps and civilian wage mariners. NOAA's Office of Ocean Exploration and Research operates, manages and maintains the cutting-edge ocean exploration systems on the vessel and ashore.
Exploring Protected Areas and Shipwrecks in the Pacific
also an opportunity for NOAA and the Nation to highlight the uniqueness and importance of these national symbols of ocean conservation. NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer is operated, managed and maintained by NOAA's Office of Marine and Aviation Operations which includes commissioned officers of the NOAA Corps and civilian wage mariners. NOAA's Office of Ocean Exploration and Research operates, manages and maintains the ocean exploration systems on the vessel and ashore
NOAA Deploys Survey Ships for Arctic Charting Projects
maritime emergencies, and searches for underwater obstructions and wreckage. NOAA ships Rainer and Fairweather are part of the NOAA fleet of research ships operated, managed and maintained by NOAA’s Office of Marine and Aviation Operations, which includes commissioned officers of the NOAA Corps, one of the seven uniformed services of the United States, and civilian wage mariners.
NOAA to Boost Arctic Nautical Charting
maritime emergencies and searches for underwater obstructions and wreckage. NOAA ships Fairweather and Rainier are part of the NOAA fleet of research ships operated, managed and maintained by NOAA’s Office of Marine and Aviation Operations, which includes commissioned officers of the NOAA Corps, one of the seven uniformed services of the United States, and civilian wage mariners.
New Lineup for NOAA Hydrographic Services Panel
members join current members: Rear Admiral Ken Barbor (ret.), U.S. Navy, Stennis Space Center, Mississippi Lawson W. Brigham, Ph.D., University of Alaska at Fairbanks Capt. Deborah Dempsey, Columbia River Bar Pilots, Bellingham, Washington Rear Admiral Evelyn Fields (ret.), NOAA Corps, Germantown, Maryland William Hanson, Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company, Oak Brook, Illinois Gary A. Jeffress, Ph.D., Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, Texas Edward Kelly, Maritime Association of the Port of NY/NJ, New York, New York Frank Kudrna, Kudrna & Associates