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10/07/2013

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Your readers may be interested in seeing data for all the oceanographic monitoring that is being done in our region. The Mid-Atlantic Regional Association of Coastal Ocean Observing Systems(MARACOOS)assets map (http://assets.maracoos.org) hosts data from gliders mentioned in the article, as well as buoys, and modeled and forecast data on wind, waves, currents, temperatures, etc.

Very cool, Mark! Thanks for the link.

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