A team of NOAA divers from NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown serviced a series of buoys at Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
State-of-the-art facility in Lakeland ensures NOAA’s Aircraft Operations Center will continue to provide high-quality data about our environment, including severe weather.
NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown spent nearly 800 days at sea in three-and-a-half-year voyage
The aircraft will survey winter storms over the North Atlantic to calibrate and validate weather satellite data, improve weather forecasts.
Specialized aircraft is helping researchers learn more about the state's air quality.
The 170-ft., Pascagoula, Mississippi-based vessel is supporting a long-term scientific survey of southeastern U.S. fisheries.
The NOAA fisheries survey vessel met mission objectives and returned to its homeport ahead of schedule.
A tried-and-true NOAA Lockheed WP-3D "hurricane hunter" has received upgrades that make it even more robust and capable.
As Hurricane Matthew moved along Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas, NOAA aviation and marine assets worked around-the-clock to support storm forecasts and response efforts.
The NOAA Hurricane Hunters and NASA Global Hawk are flying hurricane survey missions today to gather vital data on Hurricane Matthew.