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Presenting and Networking at Coastal Geotools 2023
Several of our employee owners attended the Coastal Geotools conference in Charleston, SC. This conference is the largest conference for coastal resource managers focusing on data, tools, technology, and other geospatial solutions coastal managers need to serve their communities. With many of our staff and potential employee prospects in attendance, we provided a bronze sponsorship and staffed a booth to discuss our company and project examples with the coastal management and geospatial community. Several staff presented their projects including offshore wind site suitability modeling, and ocean economy and offshore planning data development. In addition, staff provided tool demonstrations during the Tool Showcase.
This conference enables our staff to learn new skills and approaches from their peers, and expand their networks within the geospatial community.
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Going Above and Beyond During Difficult Circumstances
Congratulations to our Senior Program Analyst for receiving the Program Manager’s Spotlight Award, one of the highest levels of awards our company offers. She was nominated by her federal deputy director with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Coral Reef Conservation Program for quickly taking action upon the departure of the federal grants coordinator. She…
Collecting and Studying Deep-Sea Coral
Three of our staff supporting NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science joined a team of nine other scientists on a 12 day expedition to collect deep-sea coral samples in the Gulf of Mexico.
Rapid Reporting of a Close Call Incident
CSS Safety Protocols During a routine collection of waste, a container of white powder disintegrated without warning, causing the powder to spill and be expelled into the air. Thanks to CSS’s safety protocols and quick response, our Center for Disease Control waste disposal staff was able to assess the situation and respond to the chemical…