National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is an American scientific agency within the United States Department of Commerce that focuses on the conditions of the oceans, major waterways, and the atmosphere. NOAA warns of dangerous weather, charts seas, guides the use and protection of ocean and coastal resources, and conducts research to provide understanding and improve stewardship of the environment.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Oceanic_and_Atmospheric_Administration

New projections show that South Florida is in for even more sea level rise

The timeline for South Florida to prepare for sea level rise just sped up a little. The sea rise...

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Long-range weather experts indicating warm-up coming; Models say no-go on warm-up

There are two conflicting viewpoints on what the temperatures will do over the next few weeks. Over...

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In 2018, 94 inches of rain deluged Sperryville, Va., setting a state record

Administration confirmed Monday that the 94.43 inches of rain in Sperryville, Va., tucked in the...

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Director, Office of Weather and Air Quality job with US Department of Commerce | 40459466

OWAQ conceptualizes, develops, and demonstrates weather forecast products, and works to improve weather forecast information services for the Nation through high-impact weather and air quality ...

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NOAA, Coast Guard: More regs needed in wake of Rafael 's fraud

Representatives from NOAA and the US Coast Guard are using Carlos Rafael’s case as evidence that...

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Maine Delegation Wants More Info Before Whale Rules Released

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is working on new rules to protect North Atlantic right whales, and the regulations will likely impact Maine's lobster fishery. The four members ...

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Will Whatcom residents see a white Christmas? Here’s what the forecast says

NOAA’s long-range forecast shows a warmer, wetter December. At the same time, a new map showing the...

discovered 3 months ago on The Bellingham Herald
NOAA, local scientists tracking new, different algae bloom in Caloosahatchee River

A combination of a blue-green algae outbreak in the Caloosahatchee and a red tide in the Gulf of...

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Michigan just had the wettest water year in 119 years of records

It should be no surprise that Michigan has had abundant precipitation over the past year. The Great...

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From white pelicans to blue crayfish: Where to find Southwest Florida's coolest critters

Alligators, Alligator mississippiensis: It’s not that familiarity breeds contempt exactly, but after...

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New York to Boston braces for high-impact snow Monday evening to Tuesday morning

The Northeast had its first major wintry wallop of the season Sunday night, but it’s not clear yet....

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Typhoons, Cyclones, and Hurricanes: Naming the World's Most Powerful Storms

According to NOAA, 97 percent of all tropical cyclone activity in the Atlantic occurs during this...

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One Dead, Thousands Displaced in Philippines as Storm Nears

At least one person has died in the Philippines and tens of thousands have been evacuated as Typhoon...

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NOAA to nix traditional nautical charts - The Martha's Vineyard Times

Dubbed a “Sunset Plan,” the initiative will “gradually and completely end” paper charts and PDFs of those charts (Raster Charts), according to a bulletin from the NOAA Office ...

discovered 3 months ago on The Martha's Vineyard Times
Bomb cyclone, winter storms wrecking holiday travel look just as serious from space

Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shared a satellite view on Wednesday of the developing...

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Flight delays plague travelers as the season's first nor'easter hits the East Coast. At least 9...

A winter storm has created travel woes for Americans returning home after the Thanksgiving holiday....

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A U.S. tribe wants to resume whale hunting. Should it revive this tradition?

Each year at this time, gray whales begin the roughly 6,000-mile journey south from their summer...

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NOAA to scrap one Orion ahead of hurricane hunters' move to Lakeland

Base, a shadow of its more famous stablemates. Unlike its fellow WP-3 Orion four-engine propeller...

discovered 3 months ago on Tampa Bay Times
Warming toll: 1 degree hotter, trillions of tons of ice gone

The first United Nations diplomatic conference to tackle climate change was in Rio de Janeiro in...

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Here's why NOAA under Trump is in a "holding pattern"

After spending two years in confirmation purgatory, Barry Myers, the Trump nominee to head the...

discovered 3 months ago on Mother Jones
Opinion | Trump needs to appoint scientists to run scientific agencies

After Mick Mulvaney and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross got involved, NOAA issued an embarrassing,...

discovered 3 months ago on Washington Post
Atmospheric river to soak Southern California, Southwest

Following a delayed start to the wet season in fire-ravaged California, the switch has been turned...

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Teaching Resilience in the Face of Climate Change

Project who pulled the trap from the water. A main focus of the grants is to encourage students to answer: “What can I do to make myself” — as well as my...

discovered 3 months ago on New York Times
Are Volusia beaches narrower than in the past?

In the early 1960s, Jim Swoop couldn't say no to sunset surfing. After his lifeguard shifts with Volusia County Beach Safety Ocean Rescue on the wide,...

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Severe weather alerts are intended to protect people. So why do some ignore them?

Severe weather warnings are intended to get people out of harm’s way, but as was clear that day in...

discovered 4 months ago on Washington Post
Trump's pick to lead US oceans agency withdraws

Barry Myers, US President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), has withdrawn from consideration....

discovered 4 months ago on Nature
Hawaiian monk seal ‘Makoa’ found dead on north shore of Oahu

Recently weaned Hawaiian monk seal RL36, also known as Makoa, died earlier this month on the north...

discovered 4 months ago on Honolulu Star-Advertiser
This winter's forecast in the Pacific Northwest is more uncertain than usual

NOAA's Climate Prediction Center has put out its official winter forecast for the Pacific Northwest....

discovered 4 months ago on KING5 Seattle
Arctic sea ice coverage shrinks to record low: NOAA

Arctic sea ice receded to record lows in October, according to data released Monday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

discovered 4 months ago on The Hill
Global warming map shows areas that were warmer than average in Oct

Many people hold discussions about global warming, but a new map from the National Oceanic and...

discovered 4 months ago on Daily Mail
Trump nominee to lead NOAA withdraws, citing medical issues

Barry Myers, the former CEO of AccuWeather Inc., withdrew late yesterday his hot-button nomination...

discovered 4 months ago on Science
Trump’s NOAA Pick, Barry Myers, Asks to Withdraw Nomination

Trump to lead the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration remained unconfirmed by the Senate...

discovered 4 months ago on New York Times
We’re living through Earth’s second-hottest year, NOAA finds

Such events are typically associated with the hottest years, since they boost global ocean...

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The most devastating natural disaster in each state

The worst natural disasters in every state include hurricanes, floods and fires that have caused billions in damage.

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White House pick to lead NOAA withdraws nomination, citing health concerns

Barry Myers, President Trump’s controversial nominee to lead the National Oceanic and Atmospheric...

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2019 poised to be one of the top three hottest years on record

There are still weeks left in the year, and thousands of temperature records to tally up before...

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What Goes Into Forecasting The Long-Range Outlook

The winter outlook this year predicts temperatures to be slightly above normal and perception to be right about normal, but how does the NOAA, the...

discovered 4 months ago on WCBD-TV Charleston
Underwater robotic gliders provide key tool to measure ocean sound levels

NEWPORT, Ore. - At a time when ocean noise is receiving increased global attention, researchers at...

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Dallas-Fort Worth got off easy during second-hottest October worldwide

The average surface temperature worldwide last month was 1.76 degrees above the 20th century...

discovered 4 months ago on Dallas Morning News
Last month was second-hottest October on record, NOAA data shows

This was just 0.11 degrees shy of the record set in October 2015 — the highest since record keeping...

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Here's what you need to know to see the Northern Lights in the United States

The solar event won't have an impact here on Earth, other than possibly interrupting power grid fluctuations, but it will result in aurora borealis activity and a display of colorful lights.

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The Northern Lights could be visible from across Washington state

Lights on Wednesday night. The 24-hour watch begins at 4 p.m. Wednesday and lasts through Thursday,...

discovered 4 months ago on Seattle Times
NFWF and Partners Announce Nearly $670,000 in Conservation Grants, New Boating Safety Campaign, All...

NOAA’s Fisheries Science Center in Seattle today hosted the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and its partners to announce $666,200 in new conservation grants to ...

discovered 4 months ago on Morningstar
The northern lights will be visible in parts of the US Wednesday night

According to NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center, an explosion of solar energy from the sun is...

discovered 4 months ago on KJRH-TV Tulsa
Molokai monk seal pup’s death likely caused by male aggression, NOAA says

NOAA officials recently determined the death of a recently weaned, female monk seal pup on Molokai...

discovered 4 months ago on Honolulu Star-Advertiser
2019 could be Earth’s second-hottest year, NOAA finds

According to a report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the "global land and...

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Baby Fish Feast on Microplastics, and Then Get Eaten

Teeming off Hawaii’s famous beaches is a complex web of life—sharks, turtles, seabirds—that relies enormously on tiny larval fish, the food for many...

discovered 4 months ago on Wired News
Everything You Hear About Billion-Dollar Disasters Is Wrong

In this NOAA GOES-East satellite handout image, Hurricane Dorian, now a Cat. A hurricane warning is...

discovered 4 months ago on Forbes
U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Selects Unisys to Securely Manage and...

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) selected the company to provide its Unisys CloudForte [®] solution for accelerating the adoption of services to support ...

discovered 4 months ago on Market Watch
Baby Fish Nurseries Are Riddled With ‘Prey-Sized’ Plastic, Alarming Study Finds

Fish nurseries near Hawaii contain higher concentrations of plastic than the Great Pacific Garbage...

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Hurricanes on the scale of Katrina and Harvey are now 3 times more likely than a century ago: 'We...

Hurricanes are the costliest natural disasters in the US. New research shows that extremely...

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Parts of the ocean have seven times more plastic than fish, study finds

The affected fish includes a range of fish species from different ocean habitats. The study, by the...

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NOAA, HPU study reveals floating plastics pervade Pacific fish populations

A new study on the Pacific Ocean’s floating trash indicates not only a significant accumulation of...

discovered 4 months ago on KHON 2 Honolulu
Emails Show Government Agency Melting Down Over Trump’s Hurricane Fiasco: ‘This Has Really Gotten...

The president was insistent that Alabama was, in fact, endangered by Dorian. Employees at NOAA and...

discovered 4 months ago on The Daily Beast
Even baby fish are eating plastics, Hawaii study finds

The research, published today in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, found...

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Internal NOAA emails detail blowback to Trump hurricane claims: 'This has really gotten out of hand'

"These are getting very personal," a top NOAA official said of an angry email he received.

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