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New maps of ozone air pollution support Global Burden of Disease study

New maps of ozone air pollution support Global Burden of Disease study

Researchers have mapped global ground-level ozone concentrations by year for the Global Burden of Disease study using a data fusion approach, the first time this method was applied to ozone observations.

March 9, 2021 0 Comments
Understanding the Arctic polar vortex

Understanding the Arctic polar vortex

In late February, as the Southern Plains and Gulf Coast suffered through an unusually strong blast of wintry weather, weather talk turned to the polar vortex and the possibility that the extreme cold was yet another example of weather-gone-wild due to global warming.

March 5, 2021 0 Comments
New study identifies mountain snowpack most “at-risk” from climate change

New study identifies mountain snowpack most “at-risk” from climate change

As the planet warms, scientists expect that mountain snowpack should melt progressively earlier in the year - but that melt isn't evenly distribted from location to location.

March 1, 2021 0 Comments
Researchers make small but important step in seasonal tornado forecasting

Researchers make small but important step in seasonal tornado forecasting

A new model named SPOTer (Seasonal Probabilistic Outlook for Tornadoes) shows promise in predicting active seasons 1-2 months in advance. 

February 25, 2021 0 Comments
Scientists and oyster growers are working together to understand ocean acidification

Scientists and oyster growers are working together to understand ocean acidification

The excess carbon dioxide responsible for global warming also increases the acidity of seawater, challenging the growth and survival of oysters and other shellfish. 

February 18, 2021 0 Comments
New NOAA ocean exploration ship to be based in Newport, Rhode Island

New NOAA ocean exploration ship to be based in Newport, Rhode Island

The NOAA Ship Discoverer will be a state-of-the-art ship that operates around the nation and the world to study and explore the ocean.

February 2, 2021 0 Comments
Drones that hunt hurricanes? NOAA puts some to the test

Drones that hunt hurricanes? NOAA puts some to the test

In clear skies over Maryland the week of January 11, NOAA scientists launched a research drone from a NOAA Hurricane Hunter plane to test its ability to gather weather data that could improve hurricane forecasts.

January 25, 2021 0 Comments
Read some of our favorite interviews with NOAA scientists

Read some of our favorite interviews with NOAA scientists

NOAA scientists collect critical ice and atmospheric data in the Arctic, use innovative approaches to track ocean acidification, build elegant climate and ecosystem models - and so much more. That work leads to more accurate weather forecasts and an overall deeper understanding of the intricacies of our planet.

December 29, 2020 0 Comments
Relief that Restores: Shellfish Aquaculture

Relief that Restores: Shellfish Aquaculture

When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, many restaurants closed and the market for fresh farmed shellfish dried up. Recognizing the need for innovative solutions, Sea Grant began rapid response investments in July 2020, specifically allocating $2.48 million to support the U.S. aquaculture industry. 

December 21, 2020 0 Comments
The Global Drifter Program launches a new interactive map tool

The Global Drifter Program launches a new interactive map tool

December 21, 2020 0 Comments
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