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NOAA68 Surveys the Aftermath of Hurricane Matthew
October 11, 2016

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.

NOAA G-IV Aircraft Studying Hurricane Matthew
October 5, 2016

The NOAA Hurricane Hunters and NASA Global Hawk are flying hurricane survey missions today to gather vital data on Hurricane Matthew.

NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
September 30, 2016

NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai has just returned to port from a 33-day mission to the French Frigate Shoals, the largest atoll in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.

Dr. Frank Marks, Director of the Hurricane Research Division, and NOAA Corps Lockheed WP-3D Orion pilot, Cmdr. Justin Kibbey fro
September 27, 2016

On Sept. 22, scientist Frank Marks and hurricane hunter pilot Cmdr. Justin Kibbey from NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory answered questions about hurricane hunting.

NOAA Ship Rainier at anchor in Alaska's Uginak Bay
September 20, 2016

NOAA Ship Rainier recently arrived in Uganik Bay, off of northwest Kodiak Island, to complete hydrographic survey operations in Uganik Passage and Uganik Bay.

Researchers unfurl a trawl net aboard NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette
September 6, 2016

NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette embarked on Sept. 6 on a scientific expedition to the west coast of Hawaii Island to study the marine ecosystem.

A NOAA Diver collects coral samples underwater
August 23, 2016

At NOAA, we use different types of diving technologies to gather the data needed to learn more about our oceans. 

Divers and crew gather on the deck of NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai
August 16, 2016

NOAA Diving Medical Officer LT Gary Montgomery describes a day on the Hi'ialakai during the Hawaiian Archipelago Reef Assessment and Monitoring Program (HARAMP) mission.

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