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Podcasts: August 2011

Making Waves

The NOAA Ship Fairweather is surveying remote areas of the Arctic in places where ocean depths haven’t been measured since 1867. In this episode, we talk with NOAA Corps Capt. David Neander, commander of the Fairweather, about a charting expedition now underway in Kotzebue Sound, Alaska — and NOAA's broader efforts to map sparsely charted regions of the Arctic Ocean.

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NOS Responds to Yellowstone River Oil Spill. NOS is on hand to assist with last month's oil spill on the Yellowstone River in Montana.

NOAA Study May Help East Coast Prepare for El Nino Years. Coastal communities along the U.S. East Coast may be at risk of higher sea levels accompanied by more destructive storm surges during future El Nino years, according to a new NOAA study published in the Monthly Weather Review, a journal of the American Meteorological Society (AMS).

NOS Ocean Fact. What does peanut butter have to do with the ocean?

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