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Standing on an oiled marsh island in Louisiana, scientists discuss field observations as they check for oil in the marsh island’s sediment. NOAA’s new data management tool would allow scientific teams from different organizations to easily upload field data, as well as scanned field notes, photographs, and more. (NOAA)

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Standing on an oiled marsh island in Louisiana, scientists discuss field observations as they check for oil in the marsh island’s sediment. NOAA’s new data management tool would allow scientific teams from different organizations to easily upload field data, as well as scanned field notes, photographs, and more. (NOAA)

Standing on an oiled marsh island in Louisiana, scientists discuss field observations as they check for oil in the marsh island’s sediment. NOAA’s new data management tool would allow scientific teams from different organizations to easily upload field data, as well as scanned field notes, photographs, and more. (NOAA)

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