Abstract: This study examines current Coast Guard message handling functions to (1) confirm the need for the application of communications automation techniques to such operations and (2) develop alternative approaches to accomplishing such automation.
Abstract: The objective of this work was to examine some of the environmental problems associated with boats and subsystems (equipment), to experiment with test methods, test equipment, data retrieval equipment, and data reduction techniques.
Abstract: The Coast Guard initiated a study to determine if a Dump Control Subsystem was feasible for use with an Ocean Dumping Surveillance System. This report contains a summary of the dump mechanisms on various Ocean Dumping vessels and recommended designs for Dump Control Subsystems.
Abstract: This final report summarizes the work accomplished under Phase I of the program entitled "Study to Define Arctic Pollution Response Systems and Develop Arctic Oil Pollution Response Project Plans."
Abstract: The prototype airborne oil surveillance system (AOSS I) developed for the U.S. Coast Guard by Aerojet ElectroSystems under Contract DOT-CG-22170A was modified and transferred from a HU-16 aircraft to a HC-130B aircraft. The added capabilities of the new system configuration were verified by a flight test program.
Abstract: Observed temperature and salinity data, plus sigma-t values and sound velocities are presented for 1620 oceanographic stations occupied by U.S. Coast Guard Cutters at Ocean Station ECHO from January 1969 through June 1973.
Abstract: Seasonal variations in the Labrador Current are described using a defined Labrador Current Water together with geostrophic currents and salinity-temperature variations. The analysis is based on Standard Monitoring Sections occupied during 1967 and 1968 by U.S. Coast Guard cutters.
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