Shipwrecks, Science, and Stewardship
Dive in to Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in our latest podcast.
All NOAA tide and tidal current predictions for locations around the nation are available in electronic form online. NOAA eliminated paper publications of the annual Tide Tables and Tidal Current Tables in 2020. The change from print to online tables allows us to modernize this long-standing product by bringing it into the digital age. Online predictions are more accurate and up-to-date than what is provided in the annual printed tables.
Healthy coral reefs are amongst the most biologically diverse, culturally significant, and economically valuable ecosystems on Earth. In this podcast, we speak with two NOAA specialists to learn how the agency works alongside local partners on the island of Culebra to protect and restore the coral reef ecosystems and reduce the impacts of pollution.
NOAA is currently working on three major updates to vertical datums. They’re used for everything from nautical charts and flood maps to infrastructure planning. Here’s a rundown on what we’re updating and why.
This month, we celebrate the outstanding accomplishments across NOS in the newly released Fiscal Year 2020 Year in Review. I look forward to building upon our accomplishments in 2021. We also celebrate the recent signing into law of the Digital Coast Act — congratulations to all who had a hand in the development and implementation of the Digital Coast.
coastal ocean science
tides and currents