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Sep

Daily satellite tracking of harmful algae blooms for the Great Lakes now online!

EOMAP launches free, daily monitoring program for harmful algae blooms Broomfield, Colorado Harmful algae blooms threaten drinking water, aquaculture industries and the public welfare. A significant bloom was recently forecasted for Lake Erie: NOAA predicts that this year’s blooms will be “among the most severe in recent years” and will peak in September. The bloom …

3
Jun

EOMAP launches new worldwide eoApp® Service

Satellite based water quality monitoring for inland and coastal waters: EOMAP launches its new worldwide eoApp® service Seefeld/Germany Monitoring water quality for inland and coastal waters is a requirement for many government and private sector entities. This requirement includes identifying long-term trends and understanding emerging problems over large areas that contain numerous water bodies, all …

12
Mar

EOMAP at U.S. Hydro 2015

Come and visit EOMAP at the U.S. Hydro conference in National Harbor, Maryland, at ESRI booths 29/30!

18
Jul

EOMAP and Landgate launch new Water Monitoring tools

EOMAP and Landgate launch new Water Monitoring tools Seefeld/Germany German and Australian scientists today launched state-of-the-art water monitoring tools that will enable anyone in the world to zoom in on what is stirring up under the surface of Australian waters. Aquatic remote sensing company EOMAP teamed up with Western Australian statutory authority Landgate to deliver …