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Student Interns at NOAA Labs are a Breath of Fresh Air

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Student Interns at NOAA Labs are a Breath of Fresh Air

This summer, the Educational Partnership Program (EPP) invited its first cohort of Cooperative Science Center (CSC) students to participate in the NOAA Experiential Research and Training Opportunity (NERTO). This program is one of several ways the EPP aims to advance collaborative research in the NOAA-mission sciences through the talent of student researchers, which can also be placed as Undergraduate Scholars and Hollings Scholars. Since 2001, EPP CSCs and other scholarship programs have supported over 2,500 students.

NOAA Open House Opens Seattle's Eyes to Marine Science and Technology

Friday, July 12, 2013

NOAA Open House Opens Seattle's Eyes to Marine Science and Technology

NOAA held an Open House on June 14 at its Seattle Sand Point campus. Four tours were offered that focused on different aspects of NOAA’s mission: Marine Mammal Science - featuring the bone collection; Fisheries Surveys – showing off the net loft; Physical Science – focusing on ocean engineering, the dive center, and the weather forecasting floor; and a Shoreline Restoration walk emphasizing the connection between aquatic environments and our everyday lives.

Hydrologic Dashboard Tool Washes Out Storm Uncertainties

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Hydrologic Dashboard Tool Washes Out Storm Uncertainties

Inspiration struck with the large storm that hit Duluth, Minnesota in October of 2005. The flooding that ensued after this unexpected event caught many off guard, so University of Wisconsin Sea Grant’s David Hart hired several graduate students to create an online tool that would show where and how the storm affected the area, and provide insight to similar events in the future. 
Texas Sea Grant researchers help beach visitors avoid the grip of rip currents

Monday, June 3, 2013

Texas Sea Grant researchers help beach visitors avoid the grip of rip currents

Dr. Chris Houser was studying rip current development on a beach in Florida when he noticed something curious: many beachgoers were spreading their beach blankets on the sand directly in front of an active rip current and swimming in the rip channel.

Getting a jump on Aquatic Invasive Species

Friday, May 3, 2013

Getting a jump on Aquatic Invasive Species

Great Lakes Risk Assessment Tools

The Great Lakes may span eight states and two provinces, but the threat of new aquatic invasive species is a constant reminder that the region is connected in more than name alone.

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