There's a lot going on at NOAA's National Ocean Service.
NOAA’s newly enhanced harmful algal bloom forecasts are now available to the public in real time. The forecasts are higher resolution, providing hourly observations at the individual beach level. Analysis of "red tide" algal bloom locations and reported impacts are now automated, and reports include forecasts of potential development, intensification, transport, and impacts of algal blooms.
This July, PORTS celebrates 30 years of providing commercial vessel operators with accurate and reliable real-time environmental conditions to enhance the safety and efficiency of maritime commerce.
G20 leaders recently created a new platform to improve coral conservation and restoration outcomes around the world with a suite of superior science and technology approaches.
2021 marks the 50th anniversary of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance, a treaty focused on the conservation and wise use of important wetlands.
View our bulletin to see when you may experience higher than normal high tides for the period of time between June and August, 2021.
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