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January 12, 2016

Enviromentally friendly iniatitives at Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

January 12, 2016

Enviromentally friendly iniatitives at Center for Coastal Environmental Health and Biometrical Research.

January 12, 2016

Notes and lessons learned at Center for Coastal Fisheries and Habitat Research (CCFHR), in Beaufort, NC.

January 12, 2016

R/V Huron Explorere is the first research vessle to operate free of petroleum products.

January 12, 2016

An overview of green ideas among the small boat fleet.

NOAA Ship Reuben Lasker underway in Alaska near glacier
November 9, 2015

NOAA's newest research ship, Reuben Lasker, concluded its first scientific mission Nov. 9 after nearly four months surveying whale populations along the West Coast.

 

G-IV crew and new paint scheme
November 8, 2015

Hurricane season is here, and tropical cyclones will not stop for anyone. Despite the dangers, NOAA’s Hurricane Hunters are ready to take on the storms.

New Nitrox scuba diving bottles on a NOAA Diving Center cart
October 30, 2015

This PO2 level is currently the standard in the military and other federal, civilian and the vast majority of academic diving programs.

Pilots in the cockpit of NOAA's Gulfsteam IV examine a satellite image of Hurricane Joaquin
October 26, 2015

The NOAA Hurricane Hunters investigated three tropical cyclones in October.

NOAA diver collecting a new species of sea horse and dragonet fish inside a plastic bag
October 22, 2015

Last September, NOAA Divers dove to the deepest depths any NOAA Diver has yet reached, down to a maximum of 300 feet, to survey areas around the North Western Hawaiian Islands.

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