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    Buoy observation data collected via Global Telecommunication System (GTS) in the WMO international code FM18 BUOY.Data sets may be obtained directly from the North-East Asian Regional - Global Ocean Observing System (NEAR-GOOS) Regional Real Time Data Base (RRTDB) at http://goos.kishou.go.jp/ with a user account. First time users must register to gain database access.

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    Bathythermal observation data within the NEAR-GOOS area which Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) collected through Global Telecommunication System (GTS) in the WMO Code FM63 BATHY (Report of bathythermal observation).Data sets may be obtained directly from the North-East Asian Regional - Global Ocean Observing System (NEAR-GOOS) Regional Delayed Mode Data Base (RDMDB) at http://near-goos1.jodc.go.jp/ with a user account. First time users must register to gain database access.

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    The oceanographic data within the NEAR-GOOS area which Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) collected through Global Telecommunication System (GTS) in the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Code FM62 TRACKOB (Report of marine surface observation along a ship's track).Data sets may be obtained directly from the North-East Asian Regional - Global Ocean Observing System (NEAR-GOOS) Regional Delayed Mode Data Base (RDMDB) at http://near-goos1.jodc.go.jp/ with a user account. First time users must register to gain database access.

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    Bathythermal observation data collected via Global Telecommunication System (GTS) in the WMO international code FM63 BATHY.Data sets may be obtained directly from the North-East Asian Regional - Global Ocean Observing System (NEAR-GOOS) Regional Real Time Data Base (RRTDB) at http://goos.kishou.go.jp/ with a user account. First time users must register to gain database access.

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    Marine Surface observation data along a ship's track collected via Global Telecommunication System (GTS) in the WMO international code FM62 TRACKOB.Data sets may be obtained directly from the North-East Asian Regional - Global Ocean Observing System (NEAR-GOOS) Regional Real Time Data Base (RRTDB) at http://goos.kishou.go.jp/ with a user account. First time users must register to gain database access.

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    Temperature, salinity and current data collected via Global Telecommunication System (GTS) in the WMO international code FM64 TESAC.Data sets may be obtained directly from the North-East Asian Regional - Global Ocean Observing System (NEAR-GOOS) Regional Real Time Data Base (RRTDB) at http://goos.kishou.go.jp/ with a user account. First time users must register to gain database access.

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    Ship data within the NEAR-GOOS area which Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) collected through Global Telecommunication System (GTS) in the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Code FM13 SHIP (Report of surface observation from a sea station).Data sets may be obtained directly from the North-East Asian Regional - Global Ocean Observing System (NEAR-GOOS) Regional Delayed Mode Data Base (RDMDB) at http://near-goos1.jodc.go.jp/ with a user account. First time users must register to gain database access.

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    The oceanographic data within the NEAR-GOOS area which Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) collected through Global Telecommunication System (GTS) in the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Code FM64 TESAC (Temperature, salinity and current report from a sea station). TESAC is the name of the code for reporting observations of temperature, salinity and current from a sea station.Data sets may be obtained directly from the North-East Asian Regional - Global Ocean Observing System (NEAR-GOOS) Regional Delayed Mode Data Base (RDMDB) at http://near-goos1.jodc.go.jp/ with a user account. First time users must register to gain database access.

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    Data Communication: Radio; This two-part project will inform the public about NPMR through a radio series about the Bering Sea and a high school/junior high level classroom reference guide to the Bering Sea, both based on NPMR areas of study. The U.S. Congress intends that NPMR studies lead to greater understanding of ecosystem dynamics in the North Pacific Ocean, and the transfer of useful findings to people and groups who have an economic, social, or moral stake in the long-term health of the region. Users of the information include the scientific community, policy makers, resource managers, marine industries (especially the commercial fishing industry), conservationists, subsistence users, and the general public. Part one of this project is a 12-installment radio series based on NPMR areas of study. The series will be broadcast on Alaska Public Radio stations and on other broadcast outlets in and outside Alaska. The stories will explain key physical, chemical, and biological phenomena in the ecosystem to provide the public with a good understanding of the basic make-up and dynamics of the North Pacific ecosystem. Possible subjects include the effect of the ice edge on primary production, the effect of sea surface temperature on selected marine animals, circulation and upwelling patterns and their effects on commercially important fish and shellfish, the relationship between climate change and the ecology of marine mammals, and Native perspectives on how specific components of the ecosystem have appeared to have changed over the past half century. Each of the 12 radio segments will be 5 minutes long and include high quality digitized sound effects recorded in the field, and first-person interviews with NPMR scientists.http://www2.sfos.uaf.edu:8080/npmr/projects/data/124/project124.htmlhttp://www.uaf.edu/seagrantAn NPMR project

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    Surface observation data from a sea station collected via Global Telecommunication System (GTS) in the WMO international code FM13 SHIP.Data sets may be obtained directly from the North-East Asian Regional - Global Ocean Observing System (NEAR-GOOS) Regional Real Time Data Base (RRTDB) at http://goos.kishou.go.jp/ with a user account. First time users must register to gain database access.