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Congress Was Wrong: The Sea is Warming Faster Than We Thought

Categories: Politics Support more videos like this at! Sorta transcript: The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or “NOAA,” is the US government agency responsible for the scientific study of, as the... (Read more...)

'Shrew'-d study: Arctic shrews, parasites indicate climate change effect on ecosystems

(Kansas State University) The shrew and its parasites -- even 40-year-old preserved ones -- are the new indicators of environmental change, according a Kansas State University researcher. A study published in NOAA's 2016 Arctic Report Card indicates a changes in shrews' ranges whenever the climate warms. Show More Summary

Warmer West Coast ocean conditions linked to increased risk of toxic shellfish

(NOAA Headquarters) Hazardous levels of domoic acid, a natural toxin that accumulates in shellfish, have been linked to warmer ocean conditions in waters off Oregon and Washington for the first time by a NOAA-supported research team led by Oregon State University scientists.

NASA sees storms affecting the western US

Extreme rain events have been affecting California and snow has blanketed the Pacific Northwest. NASA/NOAA's GOES Project created a satellite animation showing the storms affecting the region from January 6 through 9, 2017, and NASA's Aqua satellite captured a look at the snowfall.

Science Cheerleader Janel shares insights on her work with the GOES-R Satellite

Hello, Science Cheerleader fans! Last month, NASA and the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) launched the GOES-R satellite, the latest generation of high-capability U.S. weather satellites. Science Cheerleader...Show More Summary

NOAA plans to open federal waters in Pacific to fish farming

As traditional commercial fishing is threatening fish populations worldwide, U.S. officials are working on a plan to expand fish farming into federal waters around the Pacific Ocean.

Supercomputer simulations helping to improve wind predictions

A research team led by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is performing simulations at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF), a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science User Facility, to develop...Show More Summary

NOAA’s plan to open Pacific waters to fish farming

It sees aquaculture in federal waters around Hawaii as a way to ease overfishing and promote a domestic industry

NOAA in 2017 to award up to $100 million for oil, chemical spill restoration projects

(NOAA Headquarters) In 2017, NOAA Fisheries will award up to $100 million to restoration partners to implement projects addressing habitats and coastlines damaged by oil and chemical spills. The funds used for these awards come from settlements with responsible parties.

New Study Confirms Sea Surface Temperatures Are Warming Faster than Previously Thought

In 2015, scientists from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) published a paper that angered a lot of climate science deniers. In it, the researchers found that some historic measurements of sea surface temperatures were off by a bit, and needed to be corrected. Show More Summary

Independent research shows "global warming hiatus" was indeed false

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) unleashed a huge controversy two years ago with a paper refuting a slow down in ocean warming. Now a group of researchers have used independent data to prove the notion of aShow More Summary

NOAA releases plan for Alaska endangered beluga whales

A federal plan for the recovery of an endangered Alaska beluga whale calls for a reduction in threats of high concern while scientists try to pinpoint what has kept the population from growing.

Global warming hiatus didn’t happen, study finds

An independent study confirms NOAA didn't "cook the books" to dismiss claims of a global warming hiatus. Continue reading ? The post Global warming hiatus didn’t happen, study finds appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

NOAA Ocean Acidification Program meeting, join the webinar!

JOIN THE WEBINAR! Please register for NOAA Ocean Acidification Program Meeting- Scientific Findings and Accomplishments on Jan 4, 2017 8:15 AM PST at: NOAA’s Ocean Acidification...Show More Summary

Global warming hiatus disproved -- again

(University of California - Berkeley) UC Berkeley scientists calculated average ocean temperatures from 1999 to 2015, separately using ocean buoys and satellite data, and confirmed the uninterrupted warming trend reported by NOAA in 2015, based on that organization's recalibration of sea surface temperature recordings from ships and buoys. Show More Summary

Bizarre jellyfish looks just like a UFO

What's more baffling to you -- the creatures at the bottom of the sea, or the extraterrestrials in space? If you're answer is that they're both a little terrifying, prepare to shield your eyes. The NOAA Ocean Explorer Twitter account shared a video of an odd looking jellyfish that bears a striking resemblance to a UFO. Show More Summary

Job opening: Research Oceanographer

The NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL) Carbon Program is seeking a Research Oceanographer to serve as a research leader for a team of scientists performing research into critical problems on chemical oceanography and related scientific disciplines. Show More Summary

NOAA Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program 2017

Deadline: January 31, 2017 | Apply here Eligibility: undergraduate students Location: The United States Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program 2017 Over the past 10 years, the Hollings Scholarship Program has provided approximately...Show More Summary

Image: Satellite view of big snowstorm for the Northeastern U.S.

The National Weather Service has forecast a significant winter storm to impact the Interior Northeastern U.S. today, Thursday, Dec. 29 and Friday, Dec. 30. Imagery and animations from NOAA's GOES-East satellite show the clouds associated with this powerful storm were already over New England.

Is 100% Of "US Warming" Due To NOAA Data Tampering?

Submitted by Tony Heller via, Climate Central just ran this piece, which the Washington Post picked up on. They claimed the US was “overwhelmingly hot” in 2016, and temperatures have risen 1,5°F since the 19th century. The U.S. Show More Summary

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