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  1. NOAA Launches Search for New Tropical Prediction Center Director
  2. NOAA to Provide More Specific Warning Information for Severe Weather
  3. NOAA Center's New Name Reflects New Era in Space Weather
  4. NOAA and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Award $3.5 Million For Coral Reef Conservation
  5. NOAA Awards $115 Million Contract to Support Operational Space, Ground Systems
  6. Interagency Report Says Harmful Algal Blooms Increasing
  7. NOAA, Rhode Island Governor and Local Officials Launch Next Phase of Narragansett Bay Debris Cleanup
  8. Commerce Secretary Assigns New Director For NOAA Corps and Office of Marine and Aviation Operations
  9. NOAA Announces Environmental Literacy Grant Recipients for 2007
  10. NOAA Initiates Project to Protect Coastal Oregon Communities from Harmful Algal Blooms
  11. NOAA to Host National Symposium on Developments in Multifunction Phased Array Radar
  12. Satellite Tags on Humpback Whales Expose Unknown Migration Routes
  13. NOAA Awards More than $800,000 to American Rivers for Local Restoration Projects
  14. Restored Salt Marsh Will Bring New Life to Woodbridge Creek
  15. Commerce Department Proposes Legislation to Advance U.S. Government Space Commerce Activities
  16. NOAA, USGS, NPS Scientists Document Deep-water Coral Mortality Event
  17. Invasive Lionfish Species Confirmed in Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary
  18. Arctic 'Report Card' Shows Continued Climate Changes
  19. NOAA Initiates Three-Year $781,000 Project to Unravel Gulf Deadzone Mysteries
  20. NOAA Begins Funding Project to Develop Chesapeake, Delaware Bays Hypoxia Forecasting Models
  21. NOAA Initiates $1.4 Million Three-Year Project to Study Valuable Deep Hawaiian Coral Ecosystems
  22. New, Interactive Web Site - www.drought.gov Tracks Drought
  23. Antarctic Ozone Hole Returns to Near Average Levels
  24. NOAA National Marine Sanctuary Program Offers New Guide to Diving in America's Underwater Treasures
  25. NOAA Launches National Marine Debris Education Effort
  26. Pilotless Aircraft Flies Toward Eye of Hurricane for First Time
  27. NOAA, USGS Warning System to Help Protect Southern Californians
  28. New NOAA Model Links Mississippi River Nutrient Outflow to Florida Red Tides
  29. NOAA Proposes Limits for Three Fisheries to End Overfishing
  30. NOAA Scientist: Human Development is Important Indicator of Tidal Creek Health
  31. Government Science Panel Publishes Report on North America’s Carbon Budget
  32. Endangered Right Whales Headed South for Winter
  33. NOAA Seeks Applicants for the Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship
  34. October 2007 is Ninth Warmest on Record for Contiguous United States
  35. NOAA and USDA Accepting Public Comment on Aquaculture Feeds
  36. NOAA Researcher: 2002 Drought Left Millions of Tons of Extra Carbon Dioxide in Earth’s Atmosphere
  37. NOAA Releases List of Fisheries that Interact with Marine Mammals
  38. Sanctuary Sam the Sea Lion to Head NOAA’s New National Ocean Awareness Campaign
  39. NOAA PORTS® Ocean Observing System Installed in Mobile Bay
  40. NOAA Service Assessment on Enterprise Tornado Demonstrates Need to Build Hazard Resilient Communities
  41. NOAA Helps Prepare East Coast Communities for Tsunami, Storm-Driven Flood Threats
  42. Study: Expanding Tropical Belt Could Affect Climate
  43. Mary Glackin Named Deputy Under Secretary for Oceans and Atmosphere
  44. NOAA: Approaching Storm Will Make Burn Areas Vulnerable to Flash Flooding and Debris Flows
  45. NOAA Releases Report on the State of Deep Coral Ecosystems in the U.S.
  46. NOAA Recognizes Custer County, Idaho, as StormReady
  47. NOAA Initiates Marine Debris Monitoring at Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary
  48. Captain Michele G. Bullock Takes Command of NOAA’s Pacific Fleet of Scientific Research Ships
  49. New Science Paper Says Carbon Emissions Threaten Coral Reefs
  50. NOAA Breaks Ground for New Great Lakes Research Laboratory
  51. NOAA Seeks Greater Protections for Threatened Elkhorn and Staghorn Corals
  52. Increase in Beluga Population Noted With Caution in NOAA Survey of Cook Inlet
  53. NOAA, NASA Select Contractor for Satellite-Based Lightning Detection Instrument
  54. NOAA and VT Halter Marine Launch Third Fisheries Survey Vessel
  55. Japan Agrees to Suspend Its Hunt of Humpback Whales
  56. U.S. Climate Change Science Program Issues Revised Research Plan
  57. NOAA to Ensure Global Navigation Satellite System Accuracy
  58. NOAA Determines White Marlin Not Threatened Nor Endangered
  59. NOAA and Partners Recognize Newest Business to Join Dolphin SMART Program
  60. NOAA: Critically Endangered Porpoise is Focus of New Research Report
  61. New NOAA Maps Show Big Island Has Most Live Coral of Main Hawaiian Islands
  62. Fishermen Will Use New Ways to Avoid Snaring Endangered Seabirds
  63. NOAA Accepting Grant Applications for K-12 Environmental Literacy Project
  64. NOAA Considers Ways to Handle Sea Lions That Threaten Protected Salmon
  65. Former Gray’s Reef Sanctuary Research Vessel Has Second Life as Home to Sea Creatures
  66. NOAA Funds $3.8 Million, Five-Year Project to Study, Manage Saginaw Bay Ecosystem
  67. Veteran Marine Safety Expert to Head NOAA Office of Response and Restoration
  68. NOAA Administrator Expresses Concern over Satellite Contractor Delay
  69. Warmer Ocean Could Reduce Number of Atlantic Hurricane Landfalls
  70. Volunteers Count Whales in NOAA’s Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary
  71. NOAA’s Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary Extends Deadline for Applications for Advisory Council
  72. Veteran Research Pilot to Head NOAA’s Aviation Weather Center
  73. Landmark Dolphin Agreement Reaches 10-Year Mark
  74. NOAA Cautions Public to Avoid Seal Pups on California Beaches
  75. NOAA’s Fisheries Service Lists Oregon Coast Coho for Federal Protection
  76. New NOAA Weather Radio Transmitter in Idaho Increases Coverage Area
  77. NOAA Proposes Critical Habitat for Threatened Elkhorn and Staghorn Corals
  78. NOAA “Hurricane Hunter” Flies into Pacific Winter Storms Out of Oregon
  79. NOAA Names Balsiger Acting Director for National Marine Fisheries Service
  80. NOAA and Shell Oil Company Launch Enhanced Ocean Observations Project in Gulf of Mexico
  81. NOAA, California Resources Agency Honored for “Thank You Ocean” Campaign
  82. NOAA Names Kyger to Manage Nation’s Climate and Weather Supercomputer
  83. January 2008: Cool and Wet West Contrasts a Warm Northeast
  84. Oregon Researchers Study Widespread Areas of Low Oxygen off Northwest Coast
  85. NOAA Announces Winners of Coastal and Ocean Management Awards
  86. Southern Ocean Cruise to Probe Climate-Relevant Gases
  87. NOAA Partners with New Shellfish Research Institute to Examine Ecological Effects of Growing Shellfish
  88. Increased Hurricane Losses Due to More People, Wealth Along Coastlines, Not Stronger Storms, New Study Says
  89. NOAA’s Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Citizen Stewards for Beach Watch Program
  90. Volunteers Count Whales in NOAA’s Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary
  91. Innovative Technology to Bring NOAA Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary to Classrooms Nationwide Mar. 2-7
  92. NOAA Helps Nat’l Coral Reef Institute to Grow Coral in Laboratory to Restore Damaged Reefs
  93. NOAA, World Bank Join to Help Manage Water and Coastal Resources in Latin America
  94. Specialized Surface Wind Instruments Fly Onboard Nation’s Hurricane Hunter Fleet
  95. Unfavorable Ocean Conditions Likely Cause of Low Salmon Returns Along West Coast in 2007
  96. NOAA’s Fisheries Service Releases New Steller Sea Lion Recovery Plan
  97. In New Effort, U.S. Army Divers Help NOAA National Marine Sanctuaries Remove Marine Debris and Support Fish Research
  98. Changes in Ocean Conditions in Sargasso Sea Potential Cause for Decline in Eel Fishery
  99. Rare White Killer Whale Spotted in Alaskan Waters From NOAA Ship Oscar Dyson
  100. Hurricane Forecasters Bring Preparedness Message to Mexico and Caribbean
  101. NOAA’s Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Recognizes Student Scientist for “Fishy” Science Project
  102. NOAA to Close NJ Tautog Fishery April 1
  103. NOAA Considers Case to Protect Five Puget Sound Rockfish Species
  104. NOAA Fisheries Service Agrees to Review Petition to Protect Smelt
  105. NOAA to Study Ice Seals for Possible Listing Under Endangered Species Act
  106. NOAA Issues New Land Cover Assessment Showing Increasing U.S. Coastal Development
  107. NOAA to Test Humboldt County Tsunami Warning System on Mar. 26
  108. NOAA’s Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary Opens Public Comment Period on Research Area Concept
  109. Commerce Department Appoints Members to Marine Protected Areas Federal Advisory Committee
  110. Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument Considered For World Heritage Site Designation
  111. NOAA Ship Rude to Be Retired
  112. NOAA to Study Ice Seals for Possible Listing Under Endangered Species Act
  113. — Ribbon Seal Notice Filed with the Federal Register [PDF]
  114. NOAA Debuts "Nautical Charts" As New Elementary Multimedia Educational Tool
  115. NOAA Studies Pollutants in Ice-Free Region of Arctic
  116. NOAA’s Fisheries Service Seeks Comments on Loggerhead Sea Turtles
  117. NOAA Scientists Train African Team to be Fisheries Observers
  118. Papah?naumoku?kea Marine National Monument Designated a Particularly Sensitive Sea Area
  119. NOAA Aircraft to Probe Arctic Pollution
  120. NOAA Invests Record Funding to Clean Up Miami’s Biscayne Bay
  121. Take a Virtual Tour of the National Hurricane Center
  122. NOAA’s Fisheries Service Says Herring in Lynn Canal Not Endangered
  123. NOAA and Partners Offer Unprecedented Online Collection of Scientific Research from Northern California Marine Sanctuaries
  124. International Experts to Meet in Florida Keys to Discuss Climate Change Effects on Coral Reefs
  125. NOAA’s Fisheries Service Outlines Measures to Prevent Overfishing of Sandbar and Other Sharks
  126. NOAA’s Fisheries Service Extends Decision on Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Listing
  127. Carbon Dioxide, Methane Rise Sharply in 2007
  128. Draft Monument Management Plan Released For Public Review and Comment
  129. NOAA Employing New Tools to Accurately Measure Climate Change
  130. NOAA’s Fisheries Service Publishes Draft Recovery Plan for Washington’s Lake Ozette Sockeye Salmon
  131. NOAA Recognizes Arlington County, Va., as StormReady®
  132. Remarks by VADM Conrad C. Lautenbacher, Jr., US Navy (Ret.) to Maryland Space Business Roundtable [PDF]
  133. NOAA Begins Ocean Data Integration Effort
  134. “Fishery Failure” Declared for West Coast Salmon Fishery
  135. Key Climate Sensor Restored to NPOESS
  136. Arctic, Antarctic: Poles Apart in Climate Response
  137. NOAA's Fisheries Service Issues Far-Reaching Plans for Protecting Northwest Salmon
  138. Draft Management Plan for NOAA’s Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary Released for Public Review and Comment
  139. Students Selected for 2008 NOAA Ernest F. Hollings Scholarships
  140. NOAA Offers Grants for California Schools to Become Ocean Guardians
  141. Dean, Felix, and Noel Retired From List of Storm Names
  142. Navy Technology to Help NOAA Find Sunken History
  143. Monitor Sanctuary in Good Health Overall, but Historic Shipwreck Still Faces Threats
  144. New NOAA Ocean Observing System in Pascagoula Aids Mariners; Keeps Shipping Safe
  145. NOAA Expects Slightly Below Average Central Pacific Hurricane Season
  146. Jason-2 Satellite Data to Help NOAA Track Global Sea Level
  147. NOAA to Honor National Leaders in Sustainable Fisheries
  148. NOAA Proposes Rule to Prevent Commercial Harvesting of Krill
  149. Government Lab Selected to Develop Key NPOESS Sensor
  150. NOAA and Indianapolis Motor Speedway Address Potential Race Day Weather Hazards
  151. NOAA’s Gulf of the Farallones Sanctuary Seeks Public Input on Management and Restoration of Bolinas Lagoon
  152. NOAA Approves Recreational Management Measures for Summer Flounder, Scup, and Black Sea Bass
  153. NOAA Reduces Halibut Catch for Southeast Alaska Charter Anglers to Protect Stock
  154. NOAA's National Hurricane Center Tracking Alma Affecting Central America
  155. NOAA Scientist Elected to The Royal Society
  156. Draft Revised Recovery Plan for the Northwest Atlantic Loggerhead Sea Turtle Available for Review
  157. NOAA Teams Up With Local Experts to Restore Alabama Shorelines
  158. East Coast Trap/Pot Fishermen May Get More Time to Convert to Sinking Groundline
  159. NOAA Outlines Annual Catch Limits to End Overfishing
  160. NOAA Study Shows Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean Dolphin Populations Improving
  161. NOAA Confirms Caribbean Monk Seal Extinct
  162. Domoic Acid From Toxic Algal Blooms May Cause Seizures in California Sea Lions
  163. NOAA Builds Framework for Future Beluga Hunts in Cook Inlet
  164. NOAA Issues Rule to Prevent Overfishing of Atlantic Sharks
  165. NOAA Announces $1.4 Million Grants to Museums for Earth Science Exhibits
  166. Rapid Response to Coastal Ports a Key Hurricane Season Goal of NOAA’s Navigation Resp
  167. NOAA: Global Temperature Seventh Warmest for Spring, Eighth Warmest for May
  168. NOAA and Partners Restore Salt Marsh and Fish Passage on Cape Cod
  169. NOAA Announces Funding to Support Ocean Observing in the Southeast
  170. NOAA Selects Two Universities for Arctic and Climate Research Programs
  171. NOAA Proposes Rule to Require Saltwater Angler Registration
  172. NOAA Launches Online Inventory of Marine Protected Areas
  173. NOAA Seeks Comments on Measures to Protect Marine Mammals as Navy Conducts Sonar Oper
  174. New NOAA Ocean Observing System in Gulfport Supports Safe, Efficient Navigation
  175. NOAA Scientists Among Finalists for Top Public Service Awards
  176. New Interactive Touch-Screen Kiosks Offer In-depth Look at NOAA’s Channel Islands San
  177. New High-Tech Research Ship to Serve NOAA’s Flower Garden Banks Sanctuary
  178. Department of Commerce Decides Two Federal Consistency Appeals
  179. NOAA: Seven Stocks Removed from Overfishing Lists, None Added
  180. Commerce Announces 2008 Ocean Fishery Council Appointments
  181. Shrewsbury Dolphins Need Room, Appear Healthy and Normal
  182. Tropical Storm Borris Spinning Over the Open Eastern Pacific
  183. Tropical Storm Douglas spinning over the Eastern Pacific off the coast of Mexico.
  184. NOAA and Partners Free Juvenile Dolphin from Life-Threatening Debris
  185. Eastern Pacific Fishing Nations Fail to Conserve Tuna
  186. NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration Poised to Respond as Hurricane Season Start
  187. Track the storms brewing in the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific with NOAA's National Hur
  188. NOAA Report States Half of U.S. Coral Reefs In "Poor" or "Fair" Condition
  189. NOAA and Partners to Explore German Subs Sunk off North Carolina During World War II
  190. NOAA Takes First Broad Look at Soot from Ships
  191. Aerosol Toxins from Red Tides May Cause Long-Term Health Threat
  192. NOAA to Conduct Environmental Study of Suisan Bay Reserve Fleet
  193. New NOAA Coral Bleaching Prediction System Calls for Low Level of Coral Bleaching in
  194. National Weather Service to Upgrade Evansville Doppler Radar
  195. NOAA Begins Tracer Experiment at South Central Outfall, Delray Beach
  196. NOAA’s Fisheries Service Issues Biological Opinion to Protect Willamette Basin Salmon
  197. NOAA Joins with International Commission to Restore Muskegon Lake
  198. NOAA Network Provides “Fuel” Data for Solar Car Race
  199. Pennsylvania State University Awarded NOAA Sea Grant Institutional Program Designatio
  200. Dutch Harbor-Unalaska, Alaska, and New Bedford, Mass. Remain Top Fishing Ports
  201. Seafood Consumption Declines Slightly in 2007
  202. Recreational Catch Down Slightly, Remains Second Highest Catch in Decade
  203. NOAA Deploys "Smart Buoy” Near Mouth of the Rappahannock River
  204. NOAA Hosts Educators Climate Change Conference Event Features Presentations by Sally
  205. Northern Wildfire Smoke May Cast Shadow on Arctic Warming
  206. NOAA’s Stellwagen Bank Sanctuary Extends Public Comment Period on Draft Management Pl
  207. Hurricane Dolly Offers Silver Lining To Some Drought Stricken Texas Counties
  208. Survey Cruise Records Second-Largest "Dead Zone" in Gulf of Mexico Since Last Measure
  209. Report: Number of Blue Crabs in Bay Remains Below Long-Term Average
  210. Study: Reefs may “Unglue” in Oceans with High Carbon Dioxide
  211. NOAA'S Gerry E. Studds Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Applicants for
  212. Report: Offshore Aquaculture Would Benefit U.S. Economy
  213. NOAA Offers Reward for Information on Sea Turtle Poaching
  214. NOAA Announces Funding to Support Marine Observing in the Great Lakes
  215. NOAA’s Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Applicants for Advisory Co
  216. NOAA Announces Funding to Support Ocean Observing in Southern California
  217. Interagency Report Aims to Reduce Impacts of Freshwater Harmful Algal Blooms
  218. “Dam Cam” to Capture Removal of New Hampshire’s Merrimack Village Dam
  219. Scientists Use Naval Exercises to Learn More About How Marine Mammals React to Sonar
  220. Updated Gulf of Mexico Marine Debris Mapping Web Site Now Available As Surveying Effo
  221. NOAA: U.S. Temperature Above Normal in July
  222. Maritime Heritage Expedition Underway at Papah?naumoku?kea Marine National Monument
  223. NOAA Research Expedition Seeks Details of Coral Disease Impacts in Florida Keys Natio
  224. NOAA Names New Head of Global Monitoring Division
  225. NOAA’s Oldest Ship, John N. Cobb, to be Retired
  226. NOAA: Fifth Warmest July on Record for Globe
  227. Students Selected for 2008 NOAA Scholarships Honoring Dr. Nancy Foster
  228. NOAA Honors Leader of New Hampshire Estuarine Reserve With Dr. Nancy Foster Award
  229. NOAA Announces New Southeast Marine Weather Web Site
  230. NOAA Report Shows Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary In Fair Condition, Facing Eme
  231. NOAA Installs New Storm Tide Stations in the Gulf of Mexico
  232. NOAA To Hold Public Hearing on Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency Federa
  233. Commerce Department Re-Appoints Benigno Sablan to Fishery Management Council
  234. NOAA Awards Monterey Bay Area Environmental Education Grants
  235. Federal Agencies to Propose Expanding Gulf of Maine Atlantic Salmon Population Protec
  236. Students Selected for 2008 NOAA Scholarships Honoring Dr. Nancy Foster
  237. NOAA Awards San Francisco Bay Area Environmental Education Grants
  238. Effects of Microplastics on Marine Environment Focus of International Workshop at UW
  239. NOAA Awards Santa Barbara Area Environmental Education Grants
  240. NOAA Proposes Critical Habitat for Southern Population of North American Green Sturge
  241. Department of Energy to Provide Supercomputing Time to Run NOAA’s Climate Change Mode
  242. NOAA Historical Hurricane Tracks Web Site Helps Users Prepare for Big Storms
  243. NOAA Deploys "Smart Buoy” at Mouth of Susquehanna River
  244. Commerce Secretary Gutierrez Declares Fishery Resource Disaster for Gulf of Mexico
  245. NOAA Scientist Honored with Service to America Medal for Tsunami Detection and Foreca
  246. NOAA’s Fisheries Service Releases Disaster Aid to West Coast Salmon Fishing Industry
  247. National Weather Service to Conduct Limited Tsunami Warning Communications Test Along
  248. NOAA Report Says Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary In “Fair-to-Good” Condition,
  249. Testimony Speaking Order Published
  250. NOAA’s National Weather Service to Launch California Hazardous Weather Awareness Week