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NOAA, USGS & partners predict larger summer ‘dead zone’ for Chesapeake Bay
Posted on June 26, 2017 Low and no oxygen area threatens crabs, oysters, and fish.
NOAA, USGS & partners predict larger summer ‘dead zone’ for Chesapeake Bay

NOAA, USGS & partners predict 3rd largest Gulf of Mexico summer ‘dead zone’ ever
Posted on June 26, 2017 Larger-than-average low and no oxygen area may affect the region’s shrimp fisheries.
NOAA, USGS & partners predict 3rd largest Gulf of Mexico summer ‘dead zone’ ever

NOAA News on Climate: Earth has 2nd warmest year to date and 3rd warmest May on record
Posted on June 19, 2017 The extent of Arctic and Antarctic sea ice remains small. Much of the world’s land and ocean surfaces registered persistently warm temperatures for both May and the year to date*.
NOAA News on Climate: Earth has 2nd warmest year to date and 3rd warmest May on record

How Will the U.S. Replace its Aging Engineering Workforce?
Posted on June 19, 2017 As more U.S. engineers retire, the U.S. education system will be taxed to provide enough native-born replacement engineers.
How Will the U.S. Replace its Aging Engineering Workforce?

NOAA starts permit process for East Coast seismic surveys
Posted on June 9, 2017 NOAA announces 30-day public comment period on permit requests to conduct seismic surveys off the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast coast.
NOAA starts permit process for East Coast seismic surveys

NOAA Predicts Busier Atlantic Tropical Season for 2017
Posted on June 1, 2017 Many forecasts call for near average tropical activity while NOAA calls for an above average season.
NOAA Predicts Busier Atlantic Tropical Season for 2017

NEWSFLASH: NOAA’s newest geostationary satellite positioned as GOES-East this fall
Posted on May 25, 2017 Moves to 75 degrees west over the equator once operational in November.
NEWSFLASH: NOAA’s newest geostationary satellite positioned as GOES-East this fall

Science meets commerce: Aerial data collection helps small business soar
Posted on May 16, 2017 Centaur takes flight as small business teams up with NOAA to design new tool that improves elevation measurements.
Science meets commerce: Aerial data collection helps small business soar

Carbon dioxide levels rose at record pace for 2nd straight year
Posted on March 13, 2017 Carbon dioxide levels measured at NOAA’s Mauna Loa Baseline Atmospheric Observatory rose by 3 parts per million to 405.1 parts per million (ppm) in 2016, an increase that matched the record jump observed in 2015.
Carbon dioxide levels rose at record pace for 2nd straight year

Late winter ‘heatwave’ hits the U.S. in February
Posted on March 6, 2017 Temperatures recorded during a four-day period in late February 2017 across the central and eastern United States were extraordinary for the end of meteorological winter—December through February.
Late winter ‘heatwave’ hits the U.S. in February

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