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National Ocean Service RSS Feed Library

Subscribe to our feeds to stay up-to-date with NOS.


Ocean Facts
Learn more about the ocean and the creatures that live there with this feed.

NOS News
Get the latest news from the National Ocean Service with this feed.

NOS Newsroom
Get the latest press releases from the National Ocean Service with this feed.

NOS Assistant Administrator Updates
Follow messages and updates from the National Ocean Service Assistant Administrator with this feed.

NOS Podcasts

NOAA Ocean Podcast
From corals to coastal science, connect with ocean experts to explore questions about the ocean environment. Subscribe to this podcast using this feed link, subscribe to our podcast in iTunes, our simply search for "NOAA Ocean Podcast" in your podcast player of choice.

Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary Ocean Currents
Ocean Currents is hosted by Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary on KWMR, community radio for West Marin in Northern California. The show hosts ocean experts about research, management issues, natural history, and stewardship associated with marine environment, especially in our National Marine Sanctuaries.

Other Feeds

Ocean Today
The news feed is updated at least three times weekly from a set of trusted sources for ocean news. All stories are cited so you can read the complete details. There is also a video RSS feed which is updated each time a new video is added to the Ocean Today website.

NOAA's National Weather Service RSS Feeds
A compilation of feeds from the National Weather Service on topics such as local storm reports, hurricane/tropical cyclone alerts, tsunami warnings, and much more.

What is RSS?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a family of web formats used to publish frequently updated digital content. Most commonly used to update news articles and other content that changes quickly, RSS feeds may also include podcast episodes (audio and video files).

Users of RSS content use programs called feed 'readers' or 'aggregators' (while some web browsers offer built-in support for RSS feeds, this functionality is increasingly rare). A user 'subscribes' to a feed by entering the link of the RSS feed into their RSS feed reader; the RSS feed reader then checks the subscribed feeds to see if any have new content since the last time it checked, and if so, retrieves the new content and presents it to the user.

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