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NASA's SeaWiFS Project created the OceanColor website to provide data, images, and information on its ocean color-related activities. Using the Global Ocean Color Browse Utility, visitors can view global images produced by the SeaWiFS Project from 1997 to the present. Through a detailed description and short animations, visitors can learn about SeaWiFS, the SeaStar Spacecraft, and the SeaWiFS research stations. Researchers can find links to various data sets and images. The website provides an extensive explanation of the SeaWiFS Data Processing System. Users can download SeaWiFS pre-launch and post-launch technical reports. Teachers can find many educational resources about monitoring the ocean and imaging techniques. With so much to offer, anyone interested in oceanic imaging should visit this website.
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