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Spring Has Sprung In The Arctic ... But It's Way Too Early For It

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

One of the coldest places on Earth is already starting to see signs of spring -- a good month or two before it should, according to researchers. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Friday that Barrow Observatory,...Show More Summary

La Niña Is Kicking El Niño's Arse

Move over, El Niño. You may be the strongest such climate pattern humans have ever recorded, and you may have given California crabs this week, but the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration can see right through you, and you’re losing ground. More »      

We Just Completed A Full Year Of Record-Hot Months

For the 12th month in a row, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has announced record-high global temperatures -- marking a yearlong heat streak that scientists say is grim sign of climate change in action. April 2016...Show More Summary

La Niña is Kicking El Niño's Ass

Move over, El Niño. You may be the strongest such climate pattern humans have ever recorded, and you may have given California crabs his week, but the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration can see right through you, and you’re losing ground. Read more...

Who Lives in a Pineapple Under the Sea? Mariana Trench Reveals Secrets

Have you ever wanted to see what’s going on in the deepest place on the Earth – the baffling Mariana Trench? The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has started broadcasting its expedition to the trench online using three cameras.

The Strange And Wonderful Creatures Living In The Mariana Trench

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : The Presurfer

Scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are providing people with a unique insight into life at the deepest part of the Earth's oceans.A remotely operated vehicle fitted with a camera is currently scouring parts of the Mariana Trench which reaches a maximum-known depth of 6.831 mi (10,994 m). Show More Summary

Scientists view never-before-seen glowing jellyfish in Mariana Trench ocean depths

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Marine biologists with a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration expedition in the Mariana Trench encountered a luminous red-and-yellow jellyfish in April, Scientific American reports. (more…)

?Watch live: Scientists are exploring one of the deepest, most mysterious parts of the ocean

Right now, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's ship Okeanos Explorer is exploring the deep waters in and around the Marianas Trench, located in the western Pacific Ocean — and researchers are broadcasting the journey via livestream. This is the deepest part of the world's oceans, reaching more 36,000 feet at the lowest point. Show More Summary

This newly discovered jellyfish looks like a 'beautiful' Pixar character

3 weeks agoHealth : The Checkup

The creature was spotted during the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration expedition of the Mariana Trench area.

Gorgeous Footage of a Colorful Medusae Jellyfish Ethereally Gliding Through Deep Waters

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

While on its three-month 2016 voyage around the Marianas Trench Marine National Monument, the NationalOceanic and Atmosphere Administration (NOAA) ship Okeanos captured absolutely gorgeous footage of a colorful hydromedusae ethereally gliding through the protected deep waters near Guam. Show More Summary

It Turns Out January’s Blizzard Was Actually the City’s Biggest Ever

Remember that huge blizzard back in January — the one that fell a measly tenth of an inch short of setting the mark for the biggest snowfall on record in Central Park? Well the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced today that it will be revising the city’s accumulation figure ... More »

China Announces 2020 Mars Mission and More

China’s National Space Administration just announced plans at a press conference in Beijing to send a rover to Mars on a mission that had been approved in January. This rover is to study the Red Planet’s atmospheric environment and search for water. China’s military-civil run space program...

We Already Know 2016 Will Be the Warmest Year on Record—and It’s Only April 

It’s now abundantly clear: When it comes to global warming, 2016 is in a class by itself. On Tuesday, scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration confirmed that March 2016 was not only the warmest March in recorded...Show More Summary

March becomes warmest month ever recorded

US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says temperature in the month was 1.22C above 20th century average.

Map of Europe shows the lights coming on and going off, 1993-2003

last monthHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Often shared as a map of Europe at midnight from the International Space Station (or with some other cosy story) this is actually a composite produced by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration revealing a decade in European economic development and decline. "Europe at night, showing the change in illumination from 1993-2003. Show More Summary

WEATHER SUBDUED

We’ll stop shouting, but we’ll still be speaking in Courier New. One step at a time. — NWS (@NWS) April 12, 2016 —THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE, WHICH IS PART OF THE NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION (ALSO KNOWN AS NOAA), WHICH IS IN TURN PART OF THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, HAS JUST ANNOUNCED THAT […]

Be Inspiring -- Consume Consciously

Another month, another record maximum temperature. January was the hottest month in recorded history -- the ninth consecutive month of hitting this milestone, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and its 137 years of data. Show More Summary

Japanese Fleet Returns With 333 Minke Whales After Harvest

A minke whale in the wild. (Photo: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Public Domain) Four months ago, Japanese ships set out for the Antarctic Ocean on what has been a controversial, if irregular occurrence: a massive whale...Show More Summary

95-Year-Old Lost Tugboat Found Near Farallones

A nearly century-old mystery has been solved after the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration confirmed this week that a shipwreck discovered on the ocean floor seven years ago is in fact the long lost Navy vessel the USS Conestoga. [ more › ]

The Climate Post: February's Record Heat Astounds Scientists

Data released last week by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows that the string of monthly global heat records extended through February, when the average worldwide temperature was 2.18 degrees Fahrenheit above the 20th century average. Show More Summary

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