For several years, WeatherFlow was a participant in the emerging efforts of NOAA’s evolving Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) effort.  That participation increased when WeatherFlow Senior Meteorologist Jay Titlow was selected to serve as the Treasurer to the Board of the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association (MACOORA).

MACOORA  is one of eleven such Regional Associations around the country that work with IOOS, and has a geographic span from Cape Cod to Cape Hatteras, covering five sub-regions (Massachusetts and Rhode Island Bays, Long Island Sound, New York Bight, Delaware Bay, and Chesapeake Bay) in nine states and the District of Columbia. Like all of the Regional Associations, MACOORA is a partnership or consortium of data providers and users from both private and public sectors that use, depend on, study and manage coastal environments and their resources in a region.

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