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NOAA: US High Tide Flooding Breaks Records

8/2/2022 - By NOAA.  Trend expected to continue into 2023 and beyond Coastal communities in three locations along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts saw record high tide flooding last year — a trend that is expected to continue into 2023 and beyond without improved flood defenses, according to NOAA. The newly released information… SEE MORE
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August is National Catfish Month

8/1/2022 - By Nationaldaycalendar. NATIONAL CATFISH MONTH National Catfish Month is an annual designation observed in August. Around the country, catfish finds its way onto menus and dinner tables providing tasty, tasty healthy meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner! Farm-raised catfish not only provide improved opportunities for employment, but the tender white meat… SEE MORE
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Humpback Whale Lands on Small Boat

7/26/2022 - By gCaptain. Environmental agencies in Massachussetts are urging mariners to use caution when operating vessels or personal watercraft near humbback whales after one of the mammals breached and landed on a 19-foot recreational boat near Plymouth Harbor on Sunday. You may have seen the viral video of the incident. Thankfully… SEE MORE
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NOAA Launches Heat.gov Website

7/26/2022 - By NOAA Yesterday, the National Integrated Heat Health Information System (NIHHIS) announced Heat.gov, a new website to provide the public and decision-makers with clear, timely and science-based information to understand and reduce the health risks of extreme heat. Heat.gov will provide a one-stop hub on heat and health for the nation… SEE MORE