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NOAA hosts nautical cartography open-house

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NOAA’s Office of Coast Survey will hold its first one-day open house in conjunction with the International Cartographic Conference (held this year in Washington, DC, at Marriott Wardman Park) on July 7. The event will focus on nautical cartography, highlighting the field of charting and GIS with four main themes: From Hydrography to Cartography, Nautical Products, Marine Spatial Data Infrastructure and Databases, and Innovative Cartography.

To register, send name and organization to nauticalcarto2017@noaa.gov.

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