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Gulf of Mexico ‘Dead Zone’ the Size of Connecticut
Oceanic researchers revealed that a man-made “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico has bloomed to roughly the size of the state of Connecticut...
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El Niño 2014 Might Become a Repeat of 1997
NASA satellite imaging of the Pacific Ocean has revealed data that resembles the conditions which fostered the record-breaking El Niño year of 1997. ...
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Goblin Shark Netted Off Florida Keys
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries Service, a commercial shrimping trawler netted an extremely rare gob...
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1888 Shipwreck Found in San Francisco Bay
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released images Wednesday of the wreckage of a ship that sank in San Francisco Bay in 1888,...
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Tsunami May Have Hit Jersey This Month
According to the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warning Center, a weather event witnessed ...
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Hawaii: 5.3 Earthquake Hits Just Off Big Island
A 5.3 magnitude earthquake hit near Hawaii’s Big Island this week. The rumble occurred at around 2 pm local time, and hit just 34 miles off the ...
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Hurricane Strength Forecasts Improved by NASA Study
A new NASA study shows that hurricane forecasters may soon be able to better predict hurricane and tropical storm strength by analyzing their relative...
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Your Bitching Was Justified: July Was Officially the Hottest Month on Record
If your experience was similar to mine, your Facebook news feeds and Twitter streams during July were inundated with posts complaining about the frigg...
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Severe Weather Alerts To Be Sent Via Text Soon
A little over a week ago we brought you news that the iOS 6 beta included the option to turn certain kinds of government issued alerts on and off. The...
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NOAA To Start Using Google Apps For Government
In what is a pretty significant endorsement of Google’s wares, The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has switched over to Google A...
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Hurricane Irene: She Makes Great Internet Content
Hurricane Irene is not only growing in size as a storm–potential Category 4 by the time it hits the United States, something that’s sure t...
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NOAA Launches Website To Track Gulf Oil Spill
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has launched a website with near-real-time information about the response to the Deepwat...
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