Public can provide written input, participate in webinar online sessions
NOAA's Hydrographic Services Review Panel, a federal advisory committee that advises the NOAA administrator on products and services related to navigation services, water levels and currents, and global positioning, will hold a virtual public meeting via webinar on April 28.
The panel will receive input and updates on navigation services activities and resource needs, sea level rise and coastal inundation, geospatial and positioning data, technology, the NOAA fleet, priorities for the Arctic, and integrated coastal and ocean mapping. The panel will consider information from this meeting as it makes recommendations to the NOAA administrator to support the strategic goals to strengthen the U.S. economic and national security through its focus on ocean mapping initiatives such as the Presidential Memorandum, “Ocean mapping of the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone and the Shoreline and Nearshore of Alaska.”
The public is invited to attend the meeting via a webinar, and can provide comments before or during the meeting in writing. Since the webinar is limited to 100 people, you must register to attend at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/1862145392808727819 offsite link.
To submit public comments and letters, email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: Public comments HSRP April 28 webinar.
NOAA’s Hydrographic Services Review Panel meeting
Tue., April 28, 1:00 p.m. EDT
Online webinar limited to 100 attendees; advance registration required offsite link.
Neil Jacobs, Ph.D., acting NOAA administrator
Nicole LeBoeuf, acting assistant NOAA administrator, National Ocean Service
Ed Saade, chair, HSRP Federal Advisory Committee
Rear Adm. Shepard M. Smith, director, NOAA's Office of Coast Survey
Juliana Blackwell, director, NOAA's National Geodetic Survey
Rich Edwing, director, NOAA's Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services
Dr. Larry Mayer and retired NOAA Capt. Andy Armstrong, co-directors, Joint Hydrographic Center, NOAA-University of New Hampshire
Members offsite link of the Hydrographic Services Review Panel