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Pacific island is natural laboratory to study ocean acidification Pacific island is natural laboratory to study ocean acidification

Pacific island is natural laboratory to study ocean acidification

Ian Enochs, a scientist with NOAA’s Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies at the University of Miami, traveled in May to the Island of Maug in the Pacific Ocean as part of a NOAA expedition...
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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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$2 million Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE Launched $2 million Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE Launched

$2 million Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE Launched

XPRIZE (www.xprize.org), the global leader in incentivized prize competitions, announced the launch of its next major competition: the $2 million Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE. The Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health...
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5,000th Teacher Completes NOAA Ocean Exploration Workshop 5,000th Teacher Completes NOAA Ocean Exploration Workshop

5,000th Teacher Completes NOAA Ocean Exploration Workshop

When Malia Ane signed in at a September 2012 workshop, she was the 5,000th teacher to do so since NOAA began the program nine years ago.

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‘Prawling’ around in the Atlantic ‘Prawling’ around in the Atlantic

‘Prawling’ around in the Atlantic

A new type of buoy powered by the waves is being used during a large scale field study sampling the salinity – or saltiness – of the mid-Atlantic Ocean.

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Researchers estimate total energy and local impact of the 2011 Japan tsunami Researchers estimate total energy and local impact of the 2011 Japan tsunami

Researchers estimate total energy and local impact of the 2011 Japan tsunami

The March 11, 2011, Japan tsunami generated about 3 petajoules of energy, according to a new NOAA study. That’s enough to power New York City for seven days or the entire country of Canada for about two and a...
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NOAA-funded researchers find caffeine in Pacific Northwest coastal waters NOAA-funded researchers find caffeine in Pacific Northwest coastal waters

NOAA-funded researchers find caffeine in Pacific Northwest coastal waters

Finding caffeine in waters just off a coastline heavy with coffee shops may not be surprising. A NOAA-funded study suggests that traces of caffeine in Pacific Northwest waters come from septic tanks and sewer...
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Underwater ‘ears’ heard rumblings before 2011 undersea volcano eruption Underwater ‘ears’ heard rumblings before 2011 undersea volcano eruption

Underwater ‘ears’ heard rumblings before 2011 undersea volcano eruption

A team of scientists that last year created waves by correctly forecasting the 2011 eruption of Axial Seamount years in advance now says that the undersea volcano located some 250 miles off the Oregon coast gave off...
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