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A sea change in the Arctic atmosphere A sea change in the Arctic atmosphere

A sea change in the Arctic atmosphere

Arctic warming has thinned springtime sea ice across the Arctic Ocean. A new study shows that this alters the chemistry of the atmosphere near the Earth’s surface and may increase the amount of toxic mercury...
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Introducing EMILY and other innovations to improve hurricane forecasts Introducing EMILY and other innovations to improve hurricane forecasts

Introducing EMILY and other innovations to improve hurricane forecasts

NOAA researchers will be using several innovative tools, techniques, and research results during the 2012 hurricane season to continue to improve hurricane forecasting. Read our 2012 hurricane research news briefs to...
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Invasive Fish Becomes Nutritious Dish for Haitians in Need Invasive Fish Becomes Nutritious Dish for Haitians in Need

Invasive Fish Becomes Nutritious Dish for Haitians in Need

Some innovative thinking by Louisiana Sea Grant is turning invasive Asian Carp into a high-quality protein source for the children living in a Haitian orphanage.

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NOAA near-term weather forecasts get powerful boost from new computer model NOAA near-term weather forecasts get powerful boost from new computer model

NOAA near-term weather forecasts get powerful boost from new computer model

Starting today, NOAA is using a sophisticated new weather forecast computer model to improve predictions of quickly developing severe weather events including thunderstorms, winter storms and aviation hazards such as...
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Smoking out an air pollutant’s hot spots Smoking out an air pollutant’s hot spots

Smoking out an air pollutant’s hot spots

A smoke-related chemical, isocyanic acid, may be a significant air pollutant in some parts of the world, especially where forest fires and other forms of biomass burning are common.

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Methane from the sea Methane from the sea

Methane from the sea

The potent greenhouse gas methane is seeping out of parts of the Arctic Ocean, and the discovery may represent another cycle contributing to climate warming in the region.

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