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Atlantic Coast Hurricanes Intensifying Faster Than Forty Years Ago Atlantic Coast Hurricanes Intensifying Faster Than Forty Years Ago

Atlantic Coast Hurricanes Intensifying Faster Than Forty Years Ago

New NOAA research published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, found that hurricane intensification rates near the U.S. Atlantic coast have increased significantly over the last 40 years and will likely...
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NOAA supports small businesses to fuel technology innovation NOAA supports small businesses to fuel technology innovation

NOAA supports small businesses to fuel technology innovation

NOAA has invested in 23 small businesses developing innovative technologies in technical areas including climate adaptation and mitigation, weather-ready nation, healthy oceans, and resilient coastal communities and...
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Thirty years of progress in hurricane forecasting since Hurricane Andrew Thirty years of progress in hurricane forecasting since Hurricane Andrew

Thirty years of progress in hurricane forecasting since Hurricane Andrew

Hurricane Andrew made landfall on August 24, 1992, near Homestead, Florida, becoming one of the most catastrophic hurricanes in U.S. history. It had an extremely low central pressure of 922 millibars and maximum...
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NOAA and Saildrone launch seven hurricane-tracking surface drones NOAA and Saildrone launch seven hurricane-tracking surface drones

NOAA and Saildrone launch seven hurricane-tracking surface drones

In partnership with NOAA, Saildrone Inc. is deploying seven ocean drones to collect data from hurricanes during the 2022 hurricane season with the goal of improving hurricane forecasting.  For the first...
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Eruption highlights NOAA technological innovation Eruption highlights NOAA technological innovation

Eruption highlights NOAA technological innovation

When a volcano in the South Pacific Ocean erupted in January 2022, NOAA researchers were well-equipped to study the multi-hazard event by sky and by sea. Key technologies and strategic partnerships made it possible...
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New hurricane research supports advances to NOAA’s 2022 forecasts New hurricane research supports advances to NOAA’s 2022 forecasts

New hurricane research supports advances to NOAA’s 2022 forecasts

This summer during the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season, scientists at NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) will once again be on the frontlines helping NOAA prepare the public for...
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