NOAA: Fewer Central Pacific Hurricanes this Season

6/1/2022 - There is a 60% chance of below-normal tropical cyclone activity during the Central Pacific hurricane season this year, according to NOAA’s Central Pacific Hurricane Center and NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, divisions of the National Weather Service. The outlook also indicates a 30% chance for near-normal activity, and only a 10%… SEE MORE
Overwash of Cape Lookout National Seashore by large storm waves, North Carolina.

NOAA Study Assesses Vulnerability of Coastal Habitats to Climate Change in the NE

1/3/2022 - NOAA Fisheries and partners assessed the vulnerability of marine, estuarine, and riverine habitats in the Northeast United States to climate change. The findings were recently published in the scientific journal PLOS ONE. We found salt marshes, shellfish reefs, deep-sea corals, seagrasses, kelp, and intertidal habitats to be among the most vulnerable. The… SEE MORE
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New Ocean Floats to Boost Global Weather, Climate Research Network

12/17/2021 - NOAA and partners have joined together to launch approximately 100 new Argo floats across the Atlantic Ocean to collect data that supports ocean, weather and climate research and prediction. These will bolster the international Argo Program, which maintains a global array of about 3,800 floats that measure pressure, temperature, and salinity of the… SEE MORE
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Sea Level Rise Now: An Interview with William Shatner and John Englander

11/2/2021 - On November 17th from 1-4pm (EST), US Harbors will be hosting a free, online conference for coastal communities to discuss rising sea levels. Our speakers include John Englander, Renee Collini and David Wolcott. Please click below to register for Rising with the Tide: Keeping Our Communities Above Water CLICK TO… SEE MORE