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UN Honors NOAA-ISRO Project: Land-Sea Interactions and Public Safety
Credit: Kate Hodge, for Global Science and Technology, Inc.

SILVER SPRING, Md. (NOAA PR) — Satellites collect huge amounts of information about our planet’s oceans and land masses every day, and complex mathematical algorithms help us process and make sense of it. However, since these algorithms are designed to work best for either one or the other, it is more difficult to get high-quality, accurate information about where the two come together—the coasts. That’s where NOAA’s Committee on Earth Observation Satellites—Coastal Observations, Applications, Services, and Tools (CEOS COAST) comes in. 

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