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NOAA’s Online Mapping Tool ERMA Opens up Environmental Disaster Data to the Public

This is a post by the NOAA Office of Response and Restoration’s Jay Coady, Geographic Information Systems Specialist.


March 15-21, 2015 is Sunshine Week… 984 more words

Oil Spills

The Gorge of Erma River.

Firs time visiting this place and it was amazing! The bad thing was only the weather which made the path to the gorge very slippery and impossible to go down. 29 more words


When Planning for Disasters, an Effort to Combine Environmental and Human Health Data

Immediately following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 2010, there was a high demand for government agencies, including NOAA, to provide public data related to the spill very quickly. 598 more words


Adventures in Developing Tools for Oil Spill Response in the Arctic

This is a post by the Office of Response and Restoration’s Zachary Winters-Staszak. This is the third in a series of posts about the Arctic Technology Evaluation supporting Arctic Shield 2014. 1,308 more words


Join NOAA for a Tweetchat on Preparing for Arctic Oil Spills

As Arctic waters continue to lose sea ice each summer, shipping, oil and gas exploration, tourism, and fishing will increase in the region. With more oil-powered activity in the Arctic comes an increased risk of oil spills. 589 more words


NOAA Again Joins Coast Guard for Oil Spill Exercise in the Arctic

This is a post by NOAA Environmental Scientist Dr. Amy Merten.

It is no mystery anymore that the Arctic is undergoing unprecedented change and the extent of summer sea ice continues to shrink. 1,057 more words

Oil Spills

Erma Stephenson Elementary School

El término Erma Stephenson Elementary School figura en la edición en idioma inglés de Wikipedia. Allí se dice al respecto lo siguiente:

School District 36 Surrey operates schools in Surrey, White Rock, and Barnston Island, British Columbia. 67 more words