NOAA Names First Woman to Direct National Geodetic Survey
Juliana P. Blackwell has been named the new director of NOAA’s Office of National Geodetic
Survey where she will oversee NOAA's responsibilities for the
nation's spatial reference system. She is the first woman to head the
nation's oldest federal science agency which was established by
President Thomas Jefferson in 1807 as the Survey of the Coast.
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