The number of sites within the nation’s only high-frequency radar network, operated by U.S. IOOS®.
The amount of money ocean industries contribute to the U.S. economy.
The number of jobs that reducing marine debris to near zero could result in along Ohio’s Lake Erie shoreline.
The number of autonomous control systems integrated in two existing hydrographic survey launches assigned to NOAA Ship Rainier.
The number of World War 1-era ships, known as the “Ghost Fleet,” that the newly designated Mallows Bay - Potomac River National Marine Sanctuary will protect.
The number in pounds of marine debris that participants in the Planet Stewards Education Project removed from beaches.
The potential cost savings of the pending NOAA General Services Administration contract to modernize National Ocean Service networks.
The number of coastal professionals across the U.S. that were trained in Office for Coastal Management’s instructor-led courses.
The number of images the National Geodetic Survey captured to assess damage during Hurricane Dorian.
The total amount of money that the Office of Response and Restoration reached in agreements requiring companies to restore natural resources damaged from pollution.
The number of years of data that the National Geodetic Survey processed from over 3,000 worldwide permanent GPS reference stations to improve precise positional coordinates.
The number of times the Environmental Response Management Application — a mapping and data sharing tool — was used by environmental emergency responders.