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NOAA: NOAA scientists are revolutionizing how we measure accurate heights

2019-03-25 04:00   Click to comment

NOAA: Global carbon dioxide growth in 2018 reached 4th highest on record

By the end of 2018, NOAA’s atmospheric observatory at Mauna Loa recorded the fourth-highest annual growth in the concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) in 60 years of record-keeping.

2019-03-22 04:00   Click to comment

NOAA: Spring Outlook: Historic, widespread flooding to continue through May

2019-03-21 04:00   Click to comment

NOAA: U.S. flood and climate outlook for spring 2019

A wet winter and an increased chance of a wetter-than-normal spring boost the probability for moderate to severe flooding along many rivers in the Great Plains from North Dakota to Texas and in the Northeast.

2019-03-20 19:40   Click to comment

NOAA: Explore your natural world at NOAA's Open House

Ever wanted to meet some of the NOAA scientists, weather forecasters and staff from our fleet of ships and aircraft working to solve our planet's most pressing environmental issues?

2019-03-20 04:00   Click to comment

NOAA: February 2019 ranked fifth hottest on record for the globe

We recently concluded the second full month of 2019, and already the year to date has turned out on the warm side.

2019-03-18 04:00   Click to comment

NOAA: March 2019 El Niño Update: Think spring

El Niño conditions continued into March. What do forecasters think is next?

2019-03-14 12:16   Click to comment

NOAA: NOAA to issue 2019 U.S. Spring Outlook on March 21

2019-03-14 04:00   Click to comment

NOAA: Dolphin calf swimming freely after rescue team steps in

2019-03-13 04:00   Click to comment

NOAA: Antarctica is colder than the Arctic, but it’s still losing ice

Antarctica has not responded as quickly to climate change as the Arctic, but Earth’s southernmost continent is still losing ice. Ice shelf disintegration and glacier acceleration in Antarctica could raise global sea level significantly, and the effects would be keenly felt along U.S. coastlines.

2019-03-08 17:55   Click to comment

NOAA: International voyage may unravel mysteries of pacific salmon survival

2019-03-08 05:00   Click to comment

NOAA: Early March 2019 tornado outbreak ravages parts of U.S. Southeast

A deadly tornado tore through eastern Alabama as part of a broader tornado outbreak across the southeastern United States during the beginning of March 2019

2019-03-07 14:01   Click to comment

NOAA: NOAA and partners capture footage of what might be new species of killer whale

2019-03-07 05:00   Click to comment

NOAA: U.S. records wettest winter capped by a cooler, wetter February 2019

2019-03-06 05:00   Click to comment

NOAA: Study examines centuries of data to understand links between climate and wildfires

2019-03-04 05:00   Click to comment

NOAA: Flood safety: 6 inches of rushing water can knock you off your feet

2019-03-01 05:00   Click to comment

NOAA: CSI ENSO: The case of the missing central Pacific rainfall

Why did atmospheric El Niño conditions fail to develop this past fall? Our blogger tries to unravel the mystery of the missing central Pacific rainfall.

2019-02-28 16:26   Click to comment

NOAA: National Climate Assessment: Hurricanes and hospital flooding

Hurricanes can harm people not just by causing injuries, but also by flooding hospitals that would otherwise deliver needed treatment.

2019-02-25 17:41   Click to comment

NOAA: Wild weather on the West Coast in February 2019

A wavy jet stream connected three extreme events across the eastern Pacific Ocean and the West Coast.

2019-02-22 17:11   Click to comment

NOAA: Hot and dry, warm and wet: Summer 2018 extremes in the U.S. Climate Reference Network

Many networks across the U.S. collect air temperature and precipitation observations we use to characterize these events. But only NCEI's U.S. Climate Reference Network (USCRN) was designed with lab-calibrated sensors--in triplicate--to ensure a high-quality, continuous record of U.S. climate.

2019-02-21 15:07   Click to comment

NOAA: National Climate Assessment: Great Plains’ Ogallala Aquifer drying out

The Ogallala Aquifer has supported agricultural needs in multiple states for decades, but the aquifer is being drained faster than it is being replenished.

2019-02-19 14:06   Click to comment

NOAA: February 2019 ENSO Update: El Niño conditions are here

NOAA has issued an El Niño Advisory, reflecting the presence of El Niño conditions in the tropical Pacific.

2019-02-13 21:02   Click to comment

NOAA: Bitterly cold extremes on a warming planet: Putting the Midwest’s late January record cold in perspective

NCEI's Anthony Arguez uses a new dataset for tracking hot and cold extremes to provide a preliminary analysis of the Arctic blast that hit the Midwest and other parts of the eastern United States in late January 2019.

2019-02-12 22:27   Click to comment

NOAA: National Climate Assessment map shows uneven impact of future global warming on U.S. energy spending

If the world continues to follow a path with high greenhouse gas emissions, U.S. energy expenditures are projected to increase across much of the Lower 48.

2019-02-11 16:57   Click to comment

NOAA: Intense drought in the U.S. Southwest persisted throughout 2018, lingers into the new year

Stubborn drought affected the U.S. Southwest and Four Corners region throughout 2018, stressing water supplies, agriculture, and natural ecosystems.

2019-02-05 18:44   Click to comment

NOAA: 2018's Billion Dollar Disasters in Context

NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) tracks U.S. weather and climate events that have great economic and societal impacts. Since 1980, the U.S. has sustained 241 weather and climate disasters where the overall damage costs reached or exceeded $1 billion (including adjustments based on the Consumer Price Index, as of January 2019). The cumulative cost for these 241…

2019-02-05 18:33   Click to comment

NOAA: National Climate Assessment: States and cities are already reducing carbon emissions to save lives and dollars

Cities and states across the U.S. already engage in emission mitigation activities. Continuing to reduce emissions will save thousands of lives and billions of dollars.

2019-02-05 16:11   Click to comment

NOAA: Furlough Information for NOAA Federal Employees

2019-01-11 05:00   Click to comment

NOAA: NOAA issues the most protective authorizations to date on marine mammal impacts from Navy training and testing

2018-12-20 05:00   Click to comment

NOAA: New reports highlight value and economic impact of

2018-12-19 05:00   Click to comment

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