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NOAA has received nearly $3 billion to help America build resilience to climate change, including $562 million of investments in 30 coastal states and territories.
NOAA's newly released report includes over 60 stories of research and development accomplishments across the agency's mission, including several projects undertaken by NOS.
Please join us in welcoming Rachael A. Dempsey, our first-ever deputy assistant administrator for navigation, observations, and positioning! Learn more about her experience and responsibilities.
In this episode, we present a podcast from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers called Engineering with Nature®. The show features a panel of experts discussing their research on how blue carbon is helping to address climate change.
What's it like to work at NOAA? We've updated our career profiles for 2023! Our collection of employee interviews showcase a variety of specialties across the National Ocean Service. Explore nine new career highlights from each of our program offices, ranging from coral reef watershed management to environmental science to communications.
December was an active month for NOAA’s National Water Level Observation Network (NWLON). A staggering eight stations observed all-time high water levels — some of which broke records in place for 40 years. The Pacific Northwest was the most affected region, with four locations in the state of Washington observing their highest-ever water levels on record.
In this video message, NOS Assistant Administrator Nicole LeBoeuf shares how in 2022 NOAA and our partners recovered over $114 million dollars to restore 6 polluted U.S. waterways.
A record number of loggerhead turtles were found stranded within Mission-Aransas Research Reserve, Texas, in the summer of 2022. Trained volunteers joined forces with scientists to aid in their rescue and rehabilitation. Here, volunteer Andrea Lacandera carries a stranded loggerhead back to the ocean on Mustang Island. (Photo credit: Jace Tunnell)