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Updates to NVS (NANOOS Visualization System)
HF Radar Coming to WA Coast
Glider Plots & Track-Maps Available
Better visualization of the APL-UW La Push glider are now available on the NVS Glider App, with section plots and track maps for all six deployments (2010-2016). Improvements to the temperature, salinity, and density plots include being able to see the along-track distance from shore and a depth scale that highlights the upper 50m.
 
NDBC Cape Elizabeth Buoy Restored 
The NDBC Cape Elizabeth buoy, located 45 miles northwest of Aberdeen, WA, was redeployed on September 23. Atmospheric and Hydrographic data from this buoy are available on NVS in near real-time.
Annual IOOS Meeting Held in Seattle, WA 
This year's U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) fall meeting was held at the University of Washington campus in Seattle, Washington. The meeting included participation from the IOOS Program Office, the IOOS Association staff and board members, directors of the Regional Associations, and NOAA staff from other offices. These annual meetings continue to foster the coordination and collaboration for our distributed system.
Engaging with Shellfish Growers 

NANOOS was well represented at the Pacific Coast Shellfish Growers Association (PCSGA) conference in late September held in Welches, Oregon.
Multiple presenters included NANOOS data in their talks; NANOOS Executive Director Dr. Jan Newton presented on IOOS ocean acidification observation systems to support shellfish growers, and NANOOS staff Amy Sprenger demonstrated NANOOS data products for shellfish growers during the conference tradeshow. Other PIs presenting included Drs. Parker MacCready and Samantha Siedlecki. 

 
Reaching out to Boaters

NANOOS Outreach Specialist Rachel Wold was invited by the Corinthian Yacht Club of Tacoma (CYCT) on September 11 as their monthly meeting guest speaker. Around 30 CYCT members were present for the NVS Boaters App presentation, which was followed by questions and  discussion. 
Presentation slides can be found here. If you know of a group who would like a Boaters App presentation, please contact Rachel Wold at rwold@uw.edu

Upcoming NANOOS Outreach Events
The 'State of the Coast' annual one-day meeting for Oregon coastal community members will be taking place in Florence, Oregon on October 28. Craig Risien, researcher at Oregon Sate University and NANOOS data management staff, will be presenting on ocean condition forecasts, including related NANOOS products.
More information on the event can be found here.
Join us on November 10 - 11 at the Seattle Aquarium for the annual Discover Science Weekend. NANOOS will be hosting the great Build-A-Buoy Challenge, and demonstrating the NANOOS Visualization System (NVS).
Find more information about the event here.
See you there! 
NANOOS will be attending the Pacific Marine Expo on November 16 - 18 at the Century Link Field Event Center in Seattle, WA. This trade show is an opportunity for commercial mariners to learn about the useful tools the NANOOS Visualization System (NVS) provides for maritime safety. Registration information can be found here
Contact NANOOS: www.nanoos.org

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