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NOAA Research 2h
NOAA's Coyote drone was busy during Hurricanes Maria and Michael, flying into these storms — and braving wind speeds of up to 194 miles per hour! — to collect data on temperature, pressure, humidity and more.
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After 147 days gathering measurements and chasing ice, five saildrones have safely returned to the docks in Dutch Harbor, Alaska. Learn more about the data these autonomous ocean tools collected on the changing Arctic:
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NOAA Research Nov 21
The most dangerous part of a hurricane is the eye-wall close to the ocean. It's a region too dangerous for NOAA planes, but it's not too dangerous for unmanned drones, which a new study shows are gathering important data on this part of the storm.
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NOAA Coastal Oceans Nov 21
The Southeast Deep Coral Initiative has concluded another year of research. Highlights from 2019 include: 4 expeditions, 67 days at sea in the U.S. Atlantic, 70 ROV dives & mapping over 44,000 sq km of the sea floor.
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NOAA Sea Grant Nov 21
Hydrilla, an underwater plant, is harmful in lakes because it crowds out native plants and damages boats. However, it can be beneficial in the Bay where there is plenty of room for growth. discusses the complicated issue
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NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Nov 20
A few weeks ago we had the pleasure of hosting this class of oceanography students at our Field Station. We love introducing students to the exciting world of 's fieldwork! ❤️ 🌊 Photos: Brian Arbic, UM Earth
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NOAA Research Nov 20
Scientists from NOAA and have developed a way to use underwater robotic gliders to measure sound levels over broad areas of the ocean.
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NOAA Research Nov 20
Polar bear mishaps are all in a day's work for Arctic researchers. Follow along with the on the blog!
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NOAA Research Nov 20
The expedition that just wrapped up was a big one for sponges, with scientists spotting (and at times collecting) sponges with potential human health benefits — and some that may represent new species. Learn more:
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NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration & Research Nov 19
Our last dive has ended. Thanks to all who made this expedition a success, both on ship and onshore. Content is still being added to our website, so keep checking back, and enjoy this short highlight video from previous dives: .
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NOAA Education Nov 19
Attention all educators and students: Whether you’re a teacher in search of a professional development opportunity or a graduate student looking for a fellowship, check out NOAA’s wide range of opportunities. Hurry — deadlines are fast approaching!
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NOAA Research Nov 19
Head over to for a tweet chat about sea level rise from 1 - 2 pm ET!
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NOAA Research Nov 19
Coral reefs off the coast of Florida face major threats from warming oceans and spreading disease. Scientists from are looking for ways to make coral restoration efforts more successful.
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NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration & Research Nov 19
Last dive of the expedition ! Today we’ll explore some features in an area south of the Dry Tortugas that may be blocks, or boulders, or even coral mounds. We expect to be on the seafloor ~9:10 am-3:50 pm ET. Join us: .
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NOAA Research Nov 18
Replying to @NOAA_ESRL
The map above shows locations around the globe that take samples of air and send them to for analysis. Explore the data from these sites here:
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NOAA Research Nov 18
Tracking greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere is essential to understanding climate change. The Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network helps scientists at keep tabs on greenhouse gas levels around the world. Learn more:
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NOAA NCEI Climate Nov 18
Replying to @NOAANCEIclimate
At 1.76°F above the 20th century average, the October 2019 global temperature ranked as the second warmest October on record:
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NOAA Sea Grant Nov 18
The cultural practices of the coastal Squaxin Island Tribe are vulnerable to ocean change. The tribe worked with to identify the most at-risk factors of tribe well-being & an idea for bloomed: a community garden.
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NOAA Research Nov 18
We've seen plenty of squid during 's deep-sea expedition off the Southeastern U.S. coast this month! Tune in now to see what other creatures spots - live streaming continues through November 19.
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NOAA Climate.gov Nov 18
Tomorrow November 19 from 1-2pm EST, we will be hosting a high-tide flooding and sea level rise Tweet Chat with NOAA Oceanographer Dr. William Sweet. Have any questions about what's at risk? Send them our way making sure to tag them with .
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