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the starboard railing near the bow of the Titanic as photographed in 2004 by ROV Hercules deployed from the NOAA ship Ronald H. Brown. Credit: NOAA/Institute for Exploration/University of Rhode Island or NOAA—IFE/URI.

Remembering the Titanic

One hundred and four years ago this month, the RMS Titanic sank after striking an iceberg on her maiden voyage.

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living shoreline in North Carolina

Living Shorelines

In this episode, we explore what a living shoreline is and the many benefits of these with a NOAA biologist.

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Hanama Bay, Hawaii

The Human-Coral Reef Connection

In this episode, NOAA scientists talk about their work to better understand the main threat to coral reefs: humans.

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stranded ship poses marine debris problem in Alaska

Alaska Marine Debris

Alaska is filled with wilderness and beauty, and unfortunately with marine debris. We interview an expert on the problem.

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Making Waves podcast icon

From corals to coastal science, catch the current of the ocean with our audio and video podcast, Making Waves.

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Diving Deeper podcast icon

Connect with ocean experts in our podcast series that explores questions about the ocean environment. Get ready to Dive Deeper!

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Ocean Shorts brings you the best of our Diving Deeper and Making Waves podcasts.

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