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Podcasts: April 2010

Making Waves

This week, we bring you the latest news from an ongoing oil spill response effort in the Gulf of Mexico. We also cover National Ocean Service news highlights from around the nation.

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podcast iconDiving Deeper: Tsunamis

Episode 22 | 04.21.10

Diving Deeper

A tsunami or tidal wave is a series of ocean waves caused by the displacement of a large volume of water. Learn more about tsunamis and how to prepare for these events in this interview with Russell Jackson from NOAA’s Coastal Services Center. (18:52 minutes)

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Making Waves

This week, we continue our coverage of NOAA's participation in the 2010 National Science Teachers Association conference with a focus on education outreach efforts at the event.

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podcast iconDiving Deeper: Oil Spill Response

Episode 21 | 04.07.10

Diving Deeper

Oil spills can happen in our rivers, bays, and the ocean. Spills are often caused by accidents involving tankers, barges, pipelines, and refineries. These accidents usually occur when the oil is being transported to us. Learn more about oil spills and how NOAA responds to these events in this interview with Amy Merten from NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration. (22:43 minutes)

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