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University of MD Center for Environmental Science
Post Office Box 38
Solomons
20688-0038
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ACT is committed to targeting the technical monitoring needs of Coastal Scientists and Environmental Resource Agencies. ACT is a NOAA funded initiative through the Coastal Services Center, Charleston, South Carolina.

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