Seacast News

Seacast.org is Moving and Improving!

After six years of operation and development at Oregon State University, working in partnership with the commercial fishing community, Seacast.org is moving and adding more features suggested by users! Seacast.org has been funded by a grant from Oregon Sea Grant, which ends during summer 2018. The development team is grateful for the support and vision of the commercial fishing community, which helped us to successfully develop the site as a service to the community!

To continue this service, the Seacast team has partnered with the Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems (NANOOS) to continue hosting an app similar to Seacast.org. The new site has a similar look and feel, many of the same features, more data at the cursor, more tidal locations, separated wind and swell wave heights, bathymetric depth contours...

Check it out for yourself at the new Seacast site: http://nvs.nanoos.org/Seacast.

You can also find other great ocean applications provided by NANOOS by exploring their apps list at http://nvs.nanoos.org/.

If you have any questions, or feedback for the new site please use the 'Comment' tag under 'More' on the NVS site or email us at: seacastdev@gmail.com.

Thank you so much for your continued usage and support of this site!

- The Seacast Team

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