[Coral-List] Invitation to Survey on Coral Reef Watch Products – $5 Amazon Appreciation Gift
dennis.hubbard at oberlin.edu
Fri Aug 22 13:16:23 EDT 2014
This looks like a great site. I need to look at is more closely, but it
looks like a great site to use for developing a lab module in my Coral
Reefs and Environmental Geology courses. I encourage everyone to look at
On Thu, Aug 21, 2014 at 5:22 PM, Mark Eakin - NOAA Federal <
mark.eakin at noaa.gov> wrote:
> I’m forwarding this to the list for Susan Lynds from the Univ. of
> Colorado, who is conducting this work as part of a NASA-funded project. We
> would appreciate your help on this.
> > Subject: Invitation to Survey on Coral Reef Watch Products – $5 Amazon
> Appreciation Gift
> > We invite your feedback on the new suite of high-resolution CRW
> products. This product suite supports monitoring and forecasting of coral
> bleaching due to high temperature. The products provide 100 times finer
> spatial resolution with up to 50 times more data per pixel than the
> original 50 km pixel products. NOAA has released the new CRW global and
> regional products to advance the capability for managers, researchers,
> educators, and the public to monitor thermal anomalies and coral bleaching
> in near-real-time.
> > The new high-resolution products may be found at the following locations:
> > http://www.coralreefwatch.noaa.gov/satellite/product_exp.php
> > http://imars.marine.usf.edu/crw-dss/crw-dss-description
> > Between now and September 7, 2014, we invite you to provide feedback on
> these CRW tools by completing this brief online survey:
> > https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CoralReefWatchHighResolutionProducts
> > The first 200 respondents who provide their contact information will
> receive a $5 Amazon certificate as an appreciation gift. Contact
> information will not be used for any other purpose than distribution of the
> > The project evaluators are interested in feedback from coral
> researchers, coral reef managers, the diving community, government
> agencies, tourism companies, environmental organizations, and educators.
> We would like to know whether the high-resolution products will be useful
> to you and how they might be improved.
> > Please contact Susan Lynds at Susan.Lynds at colorado.edu with any
> questions about the survey or the project evaluation.
> C. Mark Eakin, Ph.D.
> Coordinator, NOAA Coral Reef Watch
> National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
> Center for Satellite Applications and Research
> Satellite Oceanography & Climate Division
> e-mail: mark.eakin at noaa.gov
> url: coralreefwatch.noaa.gov
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