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Path to recovery of ozone layer passes a significant milestone Path to recovery of ozone layer passes a significant milestone

Path to recovery of ozone layer passes a significant milestone

An annual analysis of air samples collected at remote sites around the globe that is tracking a continued decline in the atmospheric concentration of ozone-depleting substances shows the threat to the ozone layer...
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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 celebrates new Arctic observatory near Utqiaġvik NOAA celebrates new Arctic observatory near Utqiaġvik

NOAA celebrates new Arctic observatory near Utqiaġvik

More than 50 years after NOAA commissioned the first Arctic atmospheric observatory in a temporary building at the northernmost point of the United States, NOAA leadership celebrated a new, expanded observatory and...
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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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Atlantic Ocean nations join pact to cooperate on marine science Atlantic Ocean nations join pact to cooperate on marine science

Atlantic Ocean nations join pact to cooperate on marine science

The United States joined with leaders of six nations and the European Union today in Washington, D.C., to sign the All-Atlantic Ocean Research and Innovation Alliance (AAORIA) Declaration, in which the nations pledge...
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Projected increase in space travel may damage ozone layer Projected increase in space travel may damage ozone layer

Projected increase in space travel may damage ozone layer

Scientists from NOAA and The Aerospace Corp. modeled the climate response of the stratosphere to increased future emissions of black carbon from rockets burning kerosene fuel.

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