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Hydropalooza... an Integrated Ocean & Coastal Mapping Effort

Kachemak Bay, July and August 2008

NOAA ship rainier sails in Alaska

NOAA ship rainier sails in Alaska.

This July and August, NOAA and local and regional partners are bringing you Hydropalooza—an ocean and coastal mapping effort in Kachemak Bay, Alaska.

Two NOAA research vessels, the FAIRWEATHER and the RAINIER, and the NOAA Citation aircraft, will collect data that allow scientists, policymakers, and local agencies to better understand the unique features of Kachemak Bay’s coast and sea floor.

Hydropalooza benefits include:

Get Involved!

Hydropalooza will bring together students, teachers, and scientists as part of the research being done in Kachemak Bay.

Hydropalooza will bring together students, teachers, and scientists as part of the research being done in Kachemak Bay.

Hydropalooza Open House —Saturday, August 23, 2008

Come aboard one of NOAA’s Research Vessels! The ship’s crew will be on-board to demonstrate its cutting edge hydrographic equipment and explain how the sea-floor data will provide Kachemak Bay with water depth maps and updated nautical charts.

For More Information

For more information, contact Amy Holman or Kris Holderied.