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What's New: January 2012

Observing the Ocean Just Got Easier!

Regional IOOS Associations Improve Online Access to Data, Info

Observing the Ocean Just Got Easier! The U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System, or IOOS®, is a vast, coordinated network of people and technology working together to deliver data on our coastal waters, Great Lakes, and oceans. Recently, several IOOS regional associations have improved their online offerings, making it easier than ever to get the ocean data you need. More...

Continuously Operating Reference Stations Provide More than $1 Billion in Direct Economic Benefits

Continuously Operating Reference Stations Provide More than $1 Billion in Direct Economic Benefits

In fiscal year 2011, NOAA’s Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS) network provided $1.035 billion in direct economic benefits – a 29 percent increase over benefits provided in fiscal year 2010. More...

Image of the Warrenville Grove Dam in DuPage County, Ill

NOAA Leads Decade-Long Repair of Contaminated Watershed

For more than 10 years, NOAA has overseen a $8.6 million effort to restore habitat along the West Branch of the DuPage River in DuPage County, Ill. Creek and river sediments in the area were polluted with radioactive wastes originating from the Kerr McGee/West Branch DuPage River Superfund Site. More...

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