Tim Battista is an oceanographer with NOAA’s Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment in Silver Spring, Maryland. His research focuses on the use of airborne, underwater, ship and space-based remote sensing technologies (multibeam sonar, LiDAR, Underwater systems, and satellite imaging) to assess the condition and distribution of marine habitats and biota in coastal marine environments. Tim has a M.S. in Oceanography from the University of Maryland at Horn Point Laboratory, and a B.S. in biology from Middlebury College.
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