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US Postal Service unveils new Earth Day stamp celebrating NOAA Climate Science US Postal Service unveils new Earth Day stamp celebrating NOAA Climate Science

US Postal Service unveils new Earth Day stamp celebrating NOAA Climate Science

On April 22, 2014, the U.S. Postal Service is celebrating Earth Day by unveiling a new Forever international rate stamp inspired by a simulation of sea surface temperatures from a NOAA model of the...
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NOAA and partners release first federal ocean acidification strategic research plan NOAA and partners release first federal ocean acidification strategic research plan

NOAA and partners release first federal ocean acidification strategic research plan

Today, NOAA and its partners released the first federal strategic plan to guide research and monitoring investments that will improve our understanding of ocean acidification, its potential impacts on marine species...
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Carbon dioxide in the tropical Pacific Ocean is increasing faster than expected Carbon dioxide in the tropical Pacific Ocean is increasing faster than expected

Carbon dioxide in the tropical Pacific Ocean is increasing faster than expected

New NOAA research has revealed unprecedented changes in ocean carbon dioxide in the tropical Pacific Ocean over the last 14 years, influencing the role the oceans play in current and projected global warming and...
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Heat-trapping gas concentrations top 400 ppm, two months earlier than last year Heat-trapping gas concentrations top 400 ppm, two months earlier than last year

Heat-trapping gas concentrations top 400 ppm, two months earlier than last year

Over the last five days beginning on March 16, 2014, carbon dioxide levels have surpassed 400 parts per million at NOAA’s Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii. This is nearly two months earlier than last year when...
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Serving up climate data in useable formats Serving up climate data in useable formats

Serving up climate data in useable formats

With NOAA funding, Ben Koziol, a CIRES researcher in NOAA’s Earth System Research Laboratory, and partners, have built OpenClimateGIS, a new tool that will aid resource managers and others in the...
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NOAA Seeks Answers to Great Lakes Water Level Changes NOAA Seeks Answers to Great Lakes Water Level Changes

NOAA Seeks Answers to Great Lakes Water Level Changes

While people along our nation’s coast experience rising sea levels, residents along the Great Lakes – the Earth’s largest lake system – are adapting to the opposite problem: chronic low water...
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Mapping climate change in the oceans Mapping climate change in the oceans

Mapping climate change in the oceans

An interview with Mike Alexander, research meteorologist at NOAA’s Earth System Research Lab in Boulder, Colorado, about a new web portal that maps climate change effects in oceans. The new web portal is...
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Amazonian drought conditions add carbon dioxide to the atmosphere Amazonian drought conditions add carbon dioxide to the atmosphere

Amazonian drought conditions add carbon dioxide to the atmosphere

As climates change, the lush tropical ecosystems of the Amazon Basin may release more of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than they absorb, according to a new study published Feb. 6 in Nature.
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