September 12, 2018
Hello Coast Survey,
As Hurricane Florence approaches the East Coast, our teams here at Coast Survey are preparing for not only hydrographic survey response following the storm, but lending our modeling expertise to the National Hurricane Center’s storm surge team. Thank you to all those involved in prestaging our assets and coordinating with our federal and state partners.
You can monitor the storm’s progress as well as other coastal observations at nowCOAST™. We will also be posting regular updates on our response efforts to our blog. Most importantly, however, please make sure you and your loved ones are safe and prepared for this storm.
NOAA's nowCOAST™ is a GIS-based webmap service that provides frequently updated ocean observations along with coastal and marine weather forecasts 24 hours a day. The free online map offers point-and-click access to 60 NOAA data products and services all in one place. Visit nowCOAST™ for updates on the latest hurricane tracks.
9/11-13 - Arctic Regional Hydrographic Commission meeting in Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
9/24 - Individual Development (IDP) training, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Advance registration required. Contact Meredith.Payne@noaa.gov.
10/4 - NOAA Industry Day at the Annapolis Yacht Club, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
10/4-14 - Annapolis Boat Shows
NEW reporting mechanism for GIS Service/Server outages: If you find issues affecting ArcGIS-based applications and services please submit an OCS Help Desk Ticket with the subject line "URGENT - GIS Server Issue." This will allow the issue to be properly addressed in a timely manner.
Having problems with ArcGIS Software (crashes, errors, etc.)? Don’t forget the NOAA Esri Central Support (NECS) is here to help.
Curious about ArcGIS Pro? Check out the ArcGIS Pro Introduction Page.
Check out the NOAA GIS Community page for information on GIS projects, software, and geospatial initiatives.
Esri released Desktop 10.6 and Pro 2.1. Click here for Esri installation Files.