NOAA CoastWatch East Coast Node
Data Types Info Data Types: SST         - AVHRR                 - GOES                 - Geo-Polar Blended                 - PODAAC MUR Chl-a       - MODIS                 - OLCI (HiRes)                 - VIIRS Clarity     - K490 (MODIS)                 - K490 (MODIS HiRes)                 - K490 (OLCI HiRes)                 - K490 (VIIRS)                 - Rrs667 (MODIS)                 - Rrs672 (VIIRS)                 - TSM (MODIS HiRes)                 - TSM (OLCI HiRes)                 - TSM (VIIRS HiRes) True Color (VIIRS)
Data Access Info HTTP Rolling Archive FTP Time Series Archive
Region Info Regions: U.S. East Coast North East Coast Gulf of Maine Massachusetts & RI Bays Mid-Atlantic Coast NY-NJ Bight & Long Island Sound Chesapeake & Delaware Bays South East Coast Carolina Coast Florida - Georgia Coast
CoastWatch Utilities Time Series Tool ERDDAP MGET Experimental Algal Bloom Monitor

 

About

The CoastWatch mission is to provide access to near real-time and long-term satellite data to monitor, restore, and manage U.S. coastal and ocean resources, in addition to understanding ecosystems and climate to further enhance society's quality of life. Our primary users include federal, state, and local coastal resource managers, marine scientists, commercial companies, and the general public.

There are two components to CoastWatch: Central Operations and Regional Nodes. Central Operations, managed by NOAA's National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS), coordinates the processing, delivery, quality control and storage of data products. The six regional nodes are affiliated with other NOAA line offices that participate in the CoastWatch Program. They are located around the country to provide data distribution and regional scientific expertise in oceanographic remote sensing to their regional and local user communities.

GOES SST, 3-day average, Apr 7-9, 2013

The East Coast Node provides remote sensing data products and customized decision-making applications for regions from Maine to Florida. Anyone may access data free of charge. CoastWatch data is used by local managers and scientists in a variety of ways including ecological forecasting, monitoring algal blooms, tracking sediment plumes, and studying temperature effects on fish populations. We work with regional and local stakeholders to build customized applications for environmental mangagement and decision-making. We are located at NOAA's Chesapeake Bay Office

Regions currently available at the East Coast Node.

Data Access page.


Manager
Shelly Tomlinson, National Ocean Service, Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment
Phone: 240-533-0339
Email: Michelle.Tomlinson at noaa.gov (replace "at" with @)

Operations Coordinator
Ron Vogel, University of Maryland, Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center
Phone: 301-683-3313
Email: Ronald.Vogel at noaa.gov (replace "at" with @)


 
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The NOAA CoastWatch East Coast Regional Node is hosted within the National Ocean Service and the NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office.
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