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Boro Reps Advocate For Kodiak in D.C.


Brianna Gibbs/KMXT
A handful of borough representatives recently returned from a trip to Washington D.C. where they spent two days lobbying on behalf of Kodiak. Borough Manager Bud Cassidy said it was his first time to the nation’s capital, and the borough tries to send folks down every couple of years to make sure Kodiak has a voice on the federal level. 560 more words

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Remains Of Deadly 1888 SF Bay Shipwreck Located Near Golden Gate Bridge

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF)- Federal scientists say the wreckage of a steamship that sank in San Francisco Bay in 1888 now rests near the current site of the Golden Gate Bridge. 322 more words

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Space Weather Prediction Center [Beta]

NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center is pleased to debut its new website. This completely redesigned site leverages the latest web technologies to reach the broadest possible audience.

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Back after a long break

Happy Earth Day!

I’ve had a lot going on lately.  But I think I’ve finally landed myself into a beautiful career path.  Many long and hard internships have bloomed into two wonderful part-time jobs where I get to talk to people everyday about the amazing world we live in and how to take care of it. 165 more words

Celebrating Earth Day - Coast to Coast

By: Asma Mahdi

Earth Day celebrations are in full-swing today, and this Earth Month volunteers have been diving deep into tons, literally tons, of spring cleaning for our planet. 419 more words

Marine Debris

Kimberly Gogan: The Sounds of the Sea: Marine Acoutistics: April 20, 2014

NOAA Teacher at Sea

Kim Gogan

Aboard Name of Ship: NOAA Ship Gordon Gunter

Date Range at Sea; April 7th – May 1st

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NOAA Teacher At Sea

Williams & Heintz Map Corporation Announces Partnership with NOAA to Produce Print-on-Demand Nautical Charts

Williams & Heintz Map Corporation, a specialist in map printing, production, and folding is pleased to announce that they are now certified to print the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Print-on-Demand Charts, (NOAA POD Charts). 314 more words

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