NAVOCEANO

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NAVOCEANONaval Oceanographic Office
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NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Yokosuka Site Manila received a BZ from NAVOCEANO. Left to right: NAVSUP FLC Yokosuka Site Manila Site Director and Lead LSR Ramon Malate; Shipment Coordinator Bart Miranda; and Subic Bay LSR Phil Rarugal.
Normally, if this instrument is lost, the Navoceano will just write it off as missing property, Price said.
"The profile data from the gliders will be valuable in providing ground truth for Navy and NOAA ocean models and providing observed upper ocean heat content data to NOAA hurricane forecasters," said Carl Szczechowski, physical oceanography technical lead at NAVOCEANO located at Stennis Space Center, (SSC) Mississippi.
NAVOCEANO scientists and technicians perform surveys aboard the ship for the Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command.
The degree to which the satellite data and tag data must match can be set by the user in PSAT Tracker; for this study it was set between the limit of MODIS and NAVOCEANO resolution (0.4[degrees]C).
Understanding the total cost allows reporting of relevant cost categories to various organizational levels from NAVOCEANO, to command headquarters, to the resource sponsor, and to the Navy's Office of Budget (FMB).
NAVOCEANO also uses the Cray(R) system extensively to support operational Navy HPC needs to increase the safety and effectiveness of U.S.
NAVOCEANO used a Cray supercomputer to predict the near-exact location of a dangerous mine thought to be drifting near a U.S.
To prepare for natural disasters, catastrophes or other events that could disrupt operations or cause loss of data, NAVOCEANO reengineered infrastructure, procedures and processes to mitigate the impact of disaster-related events on its computing infrastructure ...
Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVOCEANO) has ordered a 16-processor CRAY SV1(TM) supercomputer to help it more accurately model the world's oceans.
The Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVOCEANO) Systems Integration Division (N64) has provided on-scene environmental prediction systems for the surface fleet for more than 20 years.