NOPP Project to Improve Arctic Environmental Data

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The National Oceanographic Partnership Program (NOPP) has announced the funding of NOPP’s newest project, “Multi-Sensor Improved Sea Surface Temperatures: Continuing the GHRSST Partnership and Improving Arctic Data”.   The five-year, $4.7 million award was given to Dr. Chelle Gentemann of Earth and Space Research, and a team of partners from Saildrone, Perspecta, University of Colorado, University of Rhode Island, University of Miami, University of Washington, University of California Santa Cruz, University of Maryland, NASA, NOAA, and the US Navy.   The team will work to address critical issues related to sea surface temperature in the Arctic.

For more information, view the award announcement at: