An illustration of the new NOAA marine operations center planned for Naval Station Newport in Rhode Island.
A NOAA diver counts coral colonies as part of the RICHARD mission in American Samoa.
NOAA Corps officer Lt. John Katchenago.
(Clockwise from upper left) An image of the seafloor habitat taken from an autonomous underwater vehicle, a Saildrone underway, a Slocum glider in a test pool, the SIERRA-B uncrewed aircraft in flight, an aerial shot of salmon river habitat taken from an uncre
NOAA Ship Bell M. Shimada alongside at the NOAA Marine Operations Center Pacific in Newport, Oregon.
Top left: NOAA DHC-6 Twin Otter. Top right: NOAA WP-3D Orion. Bottom left: NOAA Ship Nancy Foster. Bottom right: NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown.
The crew of NOAA Ship Fairweather is pictured on the bow as the vessel arrives at it's new homeport in Ketchikan, AK for the first time.
Electronics Engineer Steven Paul holds a dropsonde (left) and minisonde with the NOAA Gulfstream IV-SP in the background.
Conceptual rendering of new NOAA ship pier and other improvements at the agency’s pier facility in North Charleston, South Carolina.
Example uncrewed marine system platforms that will be available from the awarded vendors.
Flight Director Quinn Kalen at work station on NOAA WP-3D Orion N43RF Miss Piggy during flight to Hurricane Lee on September 08, 2023.