National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
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NewFields Government Services, LLC
NOAA ProTech Oceans Project Management Office
Kandi Brown, President
608 Mabry Hood Road, Suite 209,
Knoxville, TN 37932
NOAA ProTech Oceans Project Management Satellite Office
Tim Hammermeister, Senior Scientist
115 2nd Ave N, Suite 100
Edmonds, WA 98020
Professional and Technical Services (ProTech)
NOAA ProTech Oceans Domain
IDIQ Contract No. 1305M419DNCNA0021
- High-resolution coastal and oceanographic modeling services for currents and circulation, water quality, hindcast simulations, and analysis of engineering designs.
- Real-time mooring and rig-based meteorological and oceanographic (metocean) systems.
- Full service and maintenance of water level stations in the NOAA Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System (PORTS).
- QA/QC for oceanographic, hydrographic, and meteorological data, including methods used by NOAA for the National Water Level Observation Network (NWLON) stations, and procedures required by Quality Assurance of Real Time Oceanographic Data (QARTOD).
- Hydrographic survey support to the NOAA Office of Coast Survey (OCS), the USACE, and several Port facilities.
- Scientific expert support to NOAA during the Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA) of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
- Scientific diving support to NOAA in fresh water lakes, estuaries, coastal ocean and open ocean locations for biological surveys and instrumentation deployment and servicing.
- Seafloor imaging services, including Sediment Profile Imaging (SPI), plan view (surface) imaging, and ROV for habitat and biota characterization.
- Extensive sediment evaluation services using benthic grabs, vibracores, and box core samplers as well as expertise in the collection of water, tissue, oil, biota, and vegetation samples.
- Remote sensing technologies including magnetometer, sub-bottom sonar, sidescan sonar, and multibeam with acoustic backscatter to characterize the seafloor, delineate habitat classifications, identify shipwrecks, and cultural resources.
- State-of-the-art unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for photogrammetry and videography, and remotely-piloted boats/ unmanned surface vessels (USVs) for nearshore charting, current profiling, and water quality monitoring.
- Ice forecasting and remote sensing of ice conditions in Alaska and the Arctic.
- Programmatic and technical support for marine debris projects such as derelict fishing gear.