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Sponsored by Maryland Sea Grant and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NOAA NCCOS)
Date: Thursday, May 1st, 2014
Place: O'Callaghan Annapolis Hotel, 174 West Street, Annapolis, MD
Workshop participants were invited from a variety of communities including local government, academia, and private industry.
A final technical report from the workshop is available for download.
The workshop included presentations, discussions, and hands-on demonstrations to evaluate possible remote sensing tools. For additional information on the structure of the workshop, please review our agenda.
NOAA NCCOS has been working to understand and predict harmful algal bloom (HAB) dynamics in regions throughout the country. The office has conducted research to develop and operationalize remote sensing products for monitoring and forecasting the movements of specific HAB species of concern. These products have been applied to several different areas including Lake Erie, Florida, and the West Coast.
The following materials were distributed to all attendees for background and reference.
See a Maryland Sea Grant news article about this workshop.