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Podcasts: January 2010

Benefits of Ocean Observing Data

Ocean observing data benefits us every single day and is used to increase our understanding on the effects of climate change, getting goods in and out of our ports safely and efficiently, and protecting our oceans, coasts, and Great Lakes. Learn more about ocean observing data in this interview with Zdenka Willis from NOAA's Integrated Ocean Observing System Program. (17:35 minutes)

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Making Waves

We've got three stories for you in this episode (10 minutes):

— A new Marine Debris Action Plan is Launched in Hawaii

— Ground is broken on new Ocean Education Center in California

— NCCOS Study Sheds Light on Lionfish Diet in Bahamas

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scarlet knight

Last month, an unmanned, underwater ocean glider named the Scarlet Knight completed a record-breaking 7,410 km (4,604 mile) trip from the U.S. to Europe. We talk with Zdenka Willis, director of NOAA's Integrated Ocean Observing System, about the historic mission. (13:25 minutes)

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