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Scientists Slam Lamar Smith's NOAA Witch-Hunt

Yesterday, some Christians of the literalist variety got their Twitter knickers in a twist over a Google doodle celebrating the 41st anniversary of the discovery of the Lucy fossil. You...

Satellite video shows Hurricane Sandra moving north along Mexico's west coast

Tropical Storm Sandra formed on Nov. 24 and by the morning of Nov. 25 had become an Eastern Pacific Ocean late-season hurricane. NOAA's GOES-West satellite captured imagery of the storm from the time it developed to its status as a hurricane. On Nov. Show More Summary

GIFed: Watch El Niño's Rainy March Across North America

Images via NOAA We know El Niño will bring wet weather and warmer than average temperatures to parts of North America this winter, but it's really the timing of how those two interact that will determine just how successful...

NOAA chief tells lawmaker: No one will ‘coerce the scientists who work for me’

The Obama administration is continuing to resist efforts by a top House Republican to gain access to the internal deliberations of federal scientists who authored a groundbreaking global warming study the lawmaker is investigating. In response to a threat from House Science Committee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Tex.) to subpoena Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker, the head […]

The Man-made Opioid Epidemic: Part 3 – Opioids Are The Tip of the Iceberg.

NOAA Mike Magee The Man-made American Opioid Epidemic represents a supply chain failure and a management challenge if system flaws are to be corrected. In its simplest terms, the process involves approval, production, distribution, prescribing, dispensing, and consuming. Show More Summary

Former NOAA researcher comments on whistleblower allegations

He says the study wasn't rushed. Journal Science confirms peer-review wasn’t either.

NASA sees Tropical Storm Rick become a post-tropical low

The remnants of post-tropical cyclone Rick continued to linger in the Eastern Pacific Ocean on November 23. An animation of visible and infrared imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite showed the weakening of Tropical Storm Rick into a remnant low pressure area from Nov. Show More Summary

Chumash Sanctuary Designation Process Moves Forward

Surfrider's long-term effort to establish a National Marine Sanctuary off the central California coast has taken a major step forward. Last week, NOAA accepted the nomination for a new Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary.

House Science Chair Lamar Smith Goes After NOAA's Climate Findings

When the findings of a report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) become problematic for the Chair of the House Committee on Science, what better way to fight inconvenient facts than by personally attacking...Show More Summary

El Nino indicator hits record high, adds to weather risks: NOAA

CHICAGO (Reuters) - A key indicator for the strength of El Niño has reached a record high, the U.S. weather agency said, adding to signs that a weather pattern known for causing extreme droughts, storms and floods could become one of the strongest ever.

Tropical Storm Rick joins an elite late-season storm group

The twenty-first tropical depression of the Eastern Pacific Ocean season strengthened into a tropical storm on Nov. 19 and was renamed Tropical Storm Rick bringing the storm into a small elite group of late-season storms. NOAA's GOES-West satellite provided an early daylight image of the storm that showed it had become more organized since it formed on Nov 18. read more

Is NOAA About to Crack? ‘Pausebuster’ study under intense scrutiny

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to House Science Committee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Tex.), who is leading a Congressional investigation into the infamous Karl et al 2015 “Pausebuster” study, NOAA whistleblowers have come forward, with information which cast doubt on the scientific integrity of NOAA’s global temperature reconstructions. Show More Summary

Whistleblowers Claim NOAA Climate Report Was “Rushed To Publication”

Would the Cult of Climastrology actually do that? "groundbreaking global warming study was “rushed to publication” over the objections of numerous [NOAA] scientists" — Tom Nelson (@tan123) November 19,

Cuba and U.S. Announce Cooperation on Marine Conservation

HAVANA, CUBA – Today the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Park Service (NPS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Cuba’s Ministry of Science, Technology, and Environment (CITMA)  to faciliate collaboration in marine science, stewardship, and management of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). Show More Summary

Congressional climate change skeptic threatens to subpoena commerce secretary to get NOAA documents

House Science Committee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Tex.) opened another front in his war with federal climate researchers on Wednesday, saying a groundbreaking global warming study was “rushed to publication” over the objections of numerous scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Show More Summary

Twenty-first depression forms in eastern Pacific Ocean

NOAA's GOES-West satellite provided images of the birth of the latest tropical depression in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Tropical Depression 21E formed well southwest of the Coast of Mexico. On Nov. 18 at 1500 UTC (10:00 a.m. EST), the NOAA's GOES-West satellite saw the Tropical Depression 21E form well southwest of the western Mexican coast. Show More Summary

This October Was The Hottest Ever Recorded, Marking Six Months of Record-Breaking Heat

The NOAA announced that October 2015 obliterated the global record for heat since records began in 1880.

NOAA: October Warmest On Record

NOAA has just followed JMA and NASA in reporting on October’s average global surface temperature. The surface temperature is the combination of thermometer-at-head-height data and sea surface temperatures, averaged out for the planet. Several groups track this data, and though there is much overlap in the instruments used, each group has its own way of…

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