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Guess what? The oceans could completely evaporate into space

Don't worry, NOAA's doomsday scenario is millions of years off -- but it's still scary.

Warmest End to the Warmest Year on Record

The latest State of the Climate report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) continues with its broken record of broken records. The NOAA report states that not only was 2015 the warmest year on record, it broke the record by the widest margin ever. read more

NOAA plans traceability regs for seafood importers

Later this year about 600 international fish brokers and 2,000 importers are going to be required to provide more robust paper trails for selected species to curb so-called fish fraud and reduce human health risks. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) unveiled the new requirements for imported seafood Thursday. Show More Summary

Knauss Fellow to concentrate on ocean acidification with NOAA

With several academic publications about climate change in the Arctic under her belt, a completed thesis on Arctic food security, and international affairs experience, Knauss Fellow Monique Baskin is eager to begin as an ocean acidification...Show More Summary

Map: There's Way More Snow Cover This Year Than Last

Image via Unofficial Networks, all data from NOAA What a difference a year makes. In February 2015, California was in the midst of its fourth consecutive year of drought and most of the Northwest had very little snow. Fast...

Warming ocean may bring major changes for US northeast fishery species

NOAA scientists have released the first multispecies assessment of just how vulnerable U.S. marine fish and invertebrate species are to the effects of climate change. The study examined 82 species that occur off the Northeastern U.S., where ocean warming is occurring rapidly. Show More Summary

ABOUT TIME: Scientist Ruthlessly Debunks One Of NOAA’s Central Climate Claims.  And oh, yeah, thi…

ABOUT TIME: Scientist Ruthlessly Debunks One Of NOAA’s Central Climate Claims.  And oh, yeah, this: First Ever Snowfall on Okinawa Island, Japan.  (Video)

Four new algae species discovered in Hawaii's deep waters

Scientists working with NOAA's Office of National Marine Sanctuaries announced the discovery of four new species of deep-water algae from Hawaii. Marine algae, or limu, are very important in Hawaiian culture, used in foods, ceremonies and as adornments in traditional hula. Show More Summary

2014 WAS THE HOTTEST YEAR ON RECORD, BUT 2015 IS HOTTER THAN 2014 AND 2016 COULD BE HOTTER THAN 2015!?

Guest essay by Quang M. Nguyen, P.E.   Summary As suggested monthly by the mainstream media since April 2015, NOAA and NASA officially declared that 2015 surpassed the 2014 record to become the new hottest year on record and that 2016 could be hotter than 2015! The average global temperatures calculated by NOAA and NASA,…

Gray treefrogs provide clues to climate change

COLUMBIA, Mo. - According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), 2015 was the hottest year on record. According to a University of Missouri researcher, increasing temperatures and climate variability might have an effect on the sounds produced by gray treefrogs. Show More Summary

Internship opportunity with NOAA: “Ocean Acidification Vulnerability State by State (MD)”

Summary / Description The NOAA Ocean Acidification Program is interested in bringing on up to two college interns to assist us with research into how current and future impacts of ocean acidification may affect coastal states in an effort to support the development of a targeted outreach strategy. The intern will do research on the economic […]

US fisheries management clears high bar for sustainability

Today, NOAA Fisheries announced the publication of a peer-reviewed self-assessment that shows the standards of the United States fishery management system under the Magnuson-Stevens Act more than meet the criteria of the United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization's ecolabelling guidelines. Show More Summary

This week in science: get the lead out!

The NASA/NOAA global average temperature results were not met with glee by the usual suspects. Fox News host Steve Doocy took up the NASA conspiracy fiddling banner only to be shot to shit by Politifact who rated his claims Pants on Fire. Show More Summary

We Can't Let it Be... More Plastic Than Fish in Our Sea

Photo: NOAA News that plastic pollution will exceed all the fish in the sea by 2050 is beyond appalling -- it's unacceptable. We need bold action to stop plastic garbage from choking out ocean life. One ocean and two big problems: We need to end overfishing and confront our throwaway society. Show More Summary

We Can't Let it Be... More Plastic Than Fish in Our Sea

Photo: NOAA News that plastic pollution will exceed all the fish in the sea by 2050 is beyond appalling -- it's unacceptable. We need bold action to stop plastic garbage from choking out ocean life. One ocean and two big problems: We need to end overfishing and confront our throwaway society. Show More Summary

REALITY BITES CLIMATE DENIERS

How reality silenced the climate change deniers Ryan Cooper, January 28, 2016 (The Week) “The data came in last week…[2015 was] the hottest year ever recorded — whether you ask NASA, NOAA, the Japanese Meteorological Agency, the UK's...Show More Summary

300 Scientists Tell Chairman of the House Science Committee: ‘we want NOAA adhere to law of the Data Quality Act’

The following letter has been sent to Chairman of the House Science Committee, Lamar Smith, regarding NOAA’s “pause buster” data shenanigans that we highlighted back in the summer of 2015. The issue is with bad data, as Dr. Pat Michaels Dr. Richard Lindzen, and Dr. Chip Knappenberger observed related to the switch from buckets on a…

Another day, another model “proving” capabilities of weather-dependent power

On January 25, 2016 the NOAAnews (National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Agency news) web site published a brief article with the following alluring headline: Rapid, affordable energy transformation possible NOAA, CIRES study: Wind,Show More Summary

Critical Habitat for Endangered North Atlantic Right Whale

Using new information not previously available, NOAA Fisheries is expanding critical habitat for endangered North Atlantic right whales to cover its northeast feeding

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