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  1. 9.2.01: Underwater Adhesive for Coral Restoration

    Release Date: 11-08-2018Open Date: 11-08-2018Due Date: 02-13-2019Close Date: 02-13-2019

    Coral reef ecosystems are suffering globally from the effects of ocean warming and other stressors. Dealing with these issues is paramount to the long-term existence of reefs.  However, active propagation of corals is critical to maintain reefs in the interim.   Coral restoration has been shown to be successful at the reef scale, but significant scale-up and improved efficiency is n ...

    SBIR Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  2. 9.2.02: Rapid Detection of Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing in the Marketplace

    Release Date: 11-08-2018Open Date: 11-08-2018Due Date: 02-13-2019Close Date: 02-13-2019

    On November 5, 2015 H.R. 774 was signed into law as the “Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing Enforcement Act.”  This legislation advances U.S. efforts to prevent illegally harvested fish from entering our ports and market and achieve sustainable fisheries globally. It also helps address key priorities in the action plan for combatting illegal, unreported, and unregulated ...

    SBIR Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  3. 9.2.03: Water Born Algal Toxins Detection

    Release Date: 11-08-2018Open Date: 11-08-2018Due Date: 02-13-2019Close Date: 02-13-2019

    The occurrence, persistence, and severity of harmful algal blooms (HABs) and their associated toxicity is a widespread phenomenon, which is gaining increasing attention globally due to impacts on public health, drinking water supplies, coastal recreation and biological resources, as well as fisheries and aquaculture. Toxins associated with HABs cause human illnesses, such as paralytic shellfish po ...

    SBIR Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  4. 9.2.04: Recreational and Commercial Fishing Gear Entanglements

    Release Date: 11-08-2018Open Date: 11-08-2018Due Date: 02-13-2019Close Date: 02-13-2019

    The development and operational use of rope-less fishing (marking and retrieving traps without buoys or end lines) that could eliminate or minimize trap/pot gear entanglements, the cause of most North Atlantic right whale and other large whale entanglement deaths within the US EEZ and globally.   The North Atlantic right whale population is in crisis with less than 450 animals remaining a ...

    SBIR Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  5. 9.3.01: Enhanced Seasonal and Sub Seasonal Forecast

    Release Date: 11-08-2018Open Date: 11-08-2018Due Date: 02-13-2019Close Date: 02-13-2019

    Many critical decisions affecting both private and public-sector activities depend on reliable information about weather events and climate variability expected in the period three to four weeks ahead. The SubX* subseasonal forecast project combines forecasts from seven agencies — six U.S. and one Canadian — to explore the potential for improving prediction for this range with multiple ...

    SBIR Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  6. 9.3.02: Understanding the Value of NOAA Mission through Public Awareness and Engagement

    Release Date: 11-08-2018Open Date: 11-08-2018Due Date: 02-13-2019Close Date: 02-13-2019

    NOAA produces a large number of products and services the value of which cannot be fully realized without increased public awareness and engagement.  This SBIR subtopic seeks the development of novel outreach tools and technologies to increase public awareness of NOAA’s broad mission areas. It also seeks to stimulate engagement by quantifying and communicating the benefits of NOAA produ ...

    SBIR Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  7. 9.4.01: Technologies Using NOAA Big Data Project Datasets

    Release Date: 11-08-2018Open Date: 11-08-2018Due Date: 02-13-2019Close Date: 02-13-2019

    NOAA’s Big Data Project (BDP) began nearly three years ago with the goal of facilitating public use of key NOAA environmental datasets in the Cloud.  By placing the data into the cloud and allowing users to do analyses of data and extract information without having to transfer and store these massive datasets themselves, the NOAA Big Data Project is creating massive opportunities for sm ...

    SBIR Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  8. 9.5.01: Advanced Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Observing Platforms

    Release Date: 11-08-2018Open Date: 11-08-2018Due Date: 02-13-2019Close Date: 02-13-2019

    In order for small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) to effectively and efficiently operate within and outside the National Air Space (NAS), future unmanned aircraft will be required to operate autonomously.  In order to meet this requirement, tomorrow’s sUAS will need to operate safely and efficiently using advanced beyond line of sight operational technologies (BLOS).  To help NOA ...

    SBIR Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  9. 9.6.01: Low Cost Oceanic and Atmospheric Sensors and Observing Systems

    Release Date: 11-08-2018Open Date: 11-08-2018Due Date: 02-13-2019Close Date: 02-13-2019

    Environmental observations of the Earth’s atmosphere and oceans and the air-land-sea-ice-snow interface underpin virtually all of NOAA’s science, service, and stewardship activities. From routine monitoring and sampling of critical environmental parameters, to an enhanced understanding of associated biological, physical, and chemical processes, to initialization of forecast and predict ...

    SBIR Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  10. 9.6.02: Improve Coastal Ocean Models

    Release Date: 11-08-2018Open Date: 11-08-2018Due Date: 02-13-2019Close Date: 02-13-2019

    NOAA operates and maintains 3-D high-resolution hydrodynamic models that provide oceanographic circulation and water quality information for the U.S. coastal and Great Lakes waters. These models provide short-term forecast guidance of water levels, currents, temperature, and salinity. A critical and persistent performance issue for these systems is the ability to accurately forecast salinity and t ...

    SBIR Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

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