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NOAA geodesist Steve Breidenbach holds a vertical leveling rod on top of a geodetic marker in the floor of a laboratory that contains an atomic clock at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder, Colorado.

Vertical Mapping & Atomic Clocks

What do gravity, height, the shape of the earth, and atomic clocks have to do with each other? We talk with a NOAA scientist to find out.

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Coral Bleaching

What does it mean when a coral bleaches? Hear from NOAA scientists on the effects of coral bleaching in our latest Ocean Shorts audio podcast.

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View of Hurricane Katrina destruction in the City of New Orleans taken from a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter during an aerial pollution survey, September 5, 2005, New Orleans, Louisiana

Hurricane Katrina: 10 Years Later

Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, we talk with two pollution responders from NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration who were working in Louisiana after the storm.

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Ocean Economy

Dive into our ocean economy in our latest podcast. We talk with NOAA economist Jeff Adkins to understand how we all benefit from our ocean economy.

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

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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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