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Frigid Arctic air outbreaks may be predictable, new research suggests

Frigid Arctic air outbreaks may be predictable, new research suggests

Known for precipitating outbreaks of Arctic air, stratospheric events in polar regions often cause other kinds of extreme weather. Since the stratosphere takes a long time to recover after these events, scientists may be able to improve predictability of extreme weather weeks ahead of time.

January 28, 2021 0 Comments
Congress reauthorizes law supporting partnerships to advance ocean science

Congress reauthorizes law supporting partnerships to advance ocean science

Congress voted on January 1, 2021 to reauthorize and strengthen the National Oceanographic Partnership Program, a 23-year old program created by Congress to facilitate ocean-related partnerships between federal agencies, academia and industry to advance ocean science research and education.The reauthorization passed Congress as an amendment included in Section 1055 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021

January 13, 2021 0 Comments
Sea ice loss and extreme wildfires mark another year of Arctic change

Sea ice loss and extreme wildfires mark another year of Arctic change

NOAA’s 15th Arctic Report Card catalogs for 2020 the numerous ways that climate change continues to disrupt the polar region, with second-highest air temperatures and second-lowest summer sea ice driving a cascade of impacts.

December 8, 2020 0 Comments
Monitoring Change in the Arctic

Monitoring Change in the Arctic

While NOAA has had to cancel many of its planned research surveys in Alaska, it has been able to conduct a number of scaled-back research surveys in 2020. One such survey that will be finishing up this week is in the Arctic and was conducted on board NOAA Ship Oscar Dyson to collect critical data supporting a long time series involving many scientific partners.

September 25, 2020 0 Comments
2020 Arctic sea ice minimum second lowest on record

2020 Arctic sea ice minimum second lowest on record

September 21, 2020 0 Comments
NOAA Science Report highlights 2019 research accomplishments

NOAA Science Report highlights 2019 research accomplishments

March 3, 2020 0 Comments
A Year Locked in Ice

A Year Locked in Ice

An expedition to the central Arctic will give scientists the first opportunity to study the dramatic changes sweeping across the top of the world for an entire year. 

September 20, 2019 0 Comments
Bird die-offs provide window into a changing Arctic

Bird die-offs provide window into a changing Arctic

A tiny seabird's struggle is emblematic of a changing Arctic.

August 15, 2019 0 Comments
Unprecedented 2018 Bering Sea ice loss repeated in 2019

Unprecedented 2018 Bering Sea ice loss repeated in 2019

During winter 2018 the sea ice in the Bering Sea reached record-low levels thanks to persistent warm southerly winds. These conditions caused the ice to retreat to the northern reaches of the 800,000 square mile body of water.

August 14, 2019 0 Comments
NOAA seeks public input on future priorities for research and development

NOAA seeks public input on future priorities for research and development

NOAA is asking the general public and our stakeholders for comments on a new draft plan that outlines agency priorities for research and development from 2020 to 2026. 

July 12, 2019 0 Comments
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