Five NOAA ships are studying marine ecosystems in the Northern Bering Sea, Chukchi Sea, Beaufort Sea, and Gulf of Alaska.
NOAA Ship Bell M. Shimada is supporting a major effort to chart a harmful algal bloom spanning much of the West Coast.
Study will help inform decisions on how to plan and conduct decompression diving.
This policy clarifies current guidance for the prevention of tuberculosis infection in embarked personnel sailing aboard NOAA ships.
Below is an overview and estimated timeline for planning and executing a research project aboard a NOAA ship. Projects are most often organized and funded via NOAA Line Offices (LO). Projects that are organized and funded...
If you are looking for an exciting career that will include field work underwater, you should consider a scientific career with NOAA!
NOAA employs oceanographers, fish biologists, engineers, maritime archaeologists, and NOAA...
Objective: To train NOAA employees to be competent, safe divers capable of supporting the underwater activities required of their organizational unit.
Note: The NOAA Diving Program (NDP) provides training primarily to...
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A NOAA Reciprocity Diver (AAUS) measures a red abalone during a survey off Point Loma,...