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The recently completed citizen discussion guide on climate policy approaches.
This month marks the 40th anniversary of the signing of the National Marine Sanctuaries Act, which created our nation's national marine sanctuary system. What are sanctuaries? How do these special areas help to protect and conserve our ocean? Our latest podcast features a NOAA Ocean Today video to put this milestone in perspective.http://go.usa.gov/YbKG
ice cover as one of the the most visible warning signs of severe climate change.
We've all heard that hurricanes are one of the most powerful and destructive forces on Earth. But did you ever wonder where they get their strength? Our latest video describes the 3 factors that hurricanes need in order to develop.
Storm surge is the most dangerous part of a hurricane. Watch this video to learn more: http://t.co/GwN3mhYU
For other hurricane videos see Ocean Today: http://search.usa.gov/search?affiliate=oceantoday.noaa.gov&quer...
How much do you know about NOAA’s navigation services? In the latest episode of Making Waves, Dr. Holly Bamford, National Ocean Service Deputy Assistant Administrator, talks about ‘positioning America for the future,’ an effort to focus NOS navigation services on upcoming challenges as maritime commerce increases, coastal populations grow, sea levels rise, and new navigation routes open up in the Arctic.
Did anyone here attend Rio conference? Looking to hear first hand accounts of discussions outside of the "leader" non-negotiations.
Today is World Hydrography Day! Do you know the one thing mariners need to safely navigate our nation’s waters? Tune into today’s Diving Deeper podcast for the answer to this question and much more.
Take three minutes out of your day to watch this beautiful virtual 'fly-through' of deep-sea areas within NOAA's Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary in California.
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