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Currituck County announces partnership to boost beach hazard monitoring

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Currituck County has announced that it will be one of the first United States coastal communities to participate in a project utilizing coastal web cameras for quantitative scientific analysis, public safety and resource management for coastal municipalities. This is a NOAA-funded project called Webcams for Coastal Observations and Operational Support (WebCOOS).

Currituck County is partnering with Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association (SECOORA), University of South Carolina, University of North Carolina Wilmington, University of California Santa Cruz, Axiom Data Science, NOAA (CO-OPS), U.S. Geological

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