Take a break from the madness of #blackfriday2018 & marvel at these swimming sea cucumbers, seen during recent #Okeanos expedition: https://t.co/HneVxh2JiI pic.twitter.com/MEYO9OKmQb — NOAA…View More Holothurian Hill
OMG Irma. It is going through the Caribbean and slamming everything in its path. I’ve been getting updates from friends in the Virgin Islands and…View More A quick look at the data from inside Hurricane Irma
Did you look at the weather before you left the house today? NOAA provided that data. Do you eat salmon, shellfish or even McDonald’s Filet-o-Fish?…View More The importance of being NOAA
What did you do this weekend? Well if you were NASA, you successfully launched NOAA’s brand-spanking new weather satellite GOES-R. Packed with six instruments, this geostationary…View More Wherever it GOES, I GOES, we GOES. NOAA and NASA launch another satellite acronym into space.
I’m kind of obsessed with Okeanos Explorer. Why? Because being able to watch a live feed of an ROV exploring the deep ocean on the…View More Have you been watching Okeanos explorer? If not, this week is your chance!
El Niño has been playing with my heart for a whole year now*. It’s coming. It’s not coming. It’s gonna be huge. It’s not coming…View More Are the ocean and atmosphere finally cooperating and is El Niño really here? Probably.
In the third or, um, sixth Star Wars movie, Emperor Palpatine finally reveals himself as the evil Sith lord Darth Sidious when he orders the…View More Execute order 66
This week the NOAA ship Okeanos Explorer has been dropping its ROV Little Hercules onto various features in the northern Gulf of Mexico, including an…View More TGIF – Pretty pictures from Okeanos Explorer
This is a time sensitive post. By the time some find it, there may be nothing showing, but right now at 1155hrs EDSL, there’s a…View More Okeanos Explorer in the Gulf of Mexico
The Gulf of Maine cod fishery was deemed to be on its way to recovery in 2008, with a chance of reaching “rebuilt” status by…View More How did Gulf of Maine cod suddenly go from “recovering” to “overfished”?