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Podcasts: February 2011

Diving Deeper: Coastal Zone Management

Learn about coastal zone management in this interview with Bill O'Beirne from NOAA's Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management. (18:34 minutes)

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Making Waves

International Marine Debris Conference. The Fifth International Marine Debris Conference is set to take place next month from the 20th to the 25th of March in Honolulu, Hawaii. The event is bringing together international marine debris experts from around the world to look at marine debris from a global perspective.

Historic 19th-Century Whaler Found. Archeologists working with the Ocean Service's Office of National Marine Sanctuaries have found wreckage of a famous 1800's Nantucket whale ship nearly six hundred miles northwest of Honolulu, within NOAA's Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.

Civil-War Era Map Shows Mapmaking Innovations. It isn't often that a map can visually display a moral issue facing a divided nation. Nearly 150 years ago, the U.S. Coast Survey — NOAA's predecessor organization — achieved that landmark representation.

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Diving Deeper Shorts

On this week's Diving Deeper Shorts, we revisit our interview on land cover data with Nate Herold. (3:25 minutes)

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NOAA's new Gulf of Mexico Disaster Response Center (DRC) is now under construction in Mobile County, Alabama. The Center — the first of its kind — promises to change the way people prepare for and respond to the many hard-hitting storms, spills, and other events that too often strike this fragile region. In this episode, we talk with the acting director of the new DRC.

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