Center for Ocean Mapping and Innovative Technologies
Providing NOAA with a world-class mapping center to develop unique technologies to map, identify, and respond to a variety of threats in the world’s ocean and coastal zones.
COMIT Student, Catalina Rubiano’s, Adventure and Exploration on the High-Seas aboard the Okeanos Explorer
Above: COMIT student, Catalina Rubiano, in the mission control room aboard the Okeanos Explorer. Written by, Catalina Rubiano This summer as part of a NOAA Explorer-In-Training internship, I received the incredible opportunity to sail on the NOAA Ship Okeanos...
Me at my desk at CMS, creating digital ecosystems!Written by: Bea Combs-Hintze, PhD student with Drs. David Naar & Steve Murawski. It’s all about Balance – in life, and in modeling I am expecting my first child at the end of the month. (Deep breaths.) Life these...
Above: Hobie Boeschenstein from SeaTrac piloting the SP-48. The Center for Ocean Mapping and Innovative Technologies (COMIT), an element of the University of South Florida’s College of Marine Science in St. Petersburg, recently completed a four-week field...
What we do
The intended benefits of COMIT will serve a diverse community of constituencies by developing, testing and implementing better, cheaper, and faster approaches to ocean and coastal mapping.
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