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Did you know many phrases that we use today have nautical origins? Lots of these terms derive from the Age of Sail — the period of time between the 16th and 19th centuries when masted ships ruled the seas.
How the National Ocean Service facilitates internal communication, coordination, and preparation for all types of unforeseen disasters.
Meteotsunamis occur all over the world — including the Great Lakes — but scientists are just beginning to better detect and understand them.
Ocean gliders are autonomous underwater vehicles used to collect valuable ocean data, including information about hurricanes.
In our latest podcast, Allison Wittrock, a cartographer with the Office of Coast Survey, tells us about NOAA’s new digital charts.
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From corals to coastal science, connect with ocean experts to explore questions about the ocean environment.
Are you looking for our Making Waves, Diving Deeper, or Ocean Shorts podcasts? We combined all three of these podcasts into one. Visit our archive to view our older podcast episodes.