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Harmful Algae Bloom Forecast for Lake Erie

Erie, PA June 30 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

By NOAA. NOAA will release its 2022 harmful algal bloom forecast for Lake Erie on Thurs., June 30 during a media briefing hosted by Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory at The Ohio State University. The event will be held online for the press and public. A moderated Q&A session limited to… SEE MORE

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Be A Citizen Scientist

6/27/2022 by Editor

Volunteer opportunities Observe your world. Help the planet. Be a citizen scientist for NOAA. Help NOAA predict, observe and protect our changing planet by making your own contributions toward a greater understanding of our Earth and its diverse systems. Whether it’s helping count whales in Hawaii or reporting on weather right… SEE MORE

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Melting Arctic Ice Could Yield New Trade Routes

6/27/2022 by Editor

By Science Daily. Melting ice in the Arctic Ocean could yield new trade routes in international waters, reducing the shipping industry's carbon footprint and weakening Russia's control over trade routes through the Arctic, a study found. With climate change rapidly warming the world's oceans, the future of the Arctic Ocean… SEE MORE

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Four Fundamentals of Successful Fishing

6/26/2022 by Editor

By Harold Blaisdell. Here are tried-and-true fishing tips from an expert fisherman. Think of this as the “four fundamentals” of fishing—from when to fish to how to use the right bait for the right fish. A fishing rod is a stick with a hook on one end and a fool on… SEE MORE

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Sharks: New Wildlife in Town?

6/25/2022 by Editor

By Warren Cornwall. While many land-based predators such as wolves avoid cities, scientists tracking sharks in Florida's Biscayne Bay found the fish spent just as much time near Miami as away from it. Certain kinds of wildlife are notorious for thriving in urban settings. Think rats, rock pigeons and even… SEE MORE