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See Ya Later, Alligator

I’ve been watching the weather channel again and have come to a basic conclusion: People who live in Florida need to get out – permanently. That entire state is a storm magnet. 556 more words


A plea

Hi guys…

Please, if you are in the danger area, leave Florida. There are plenty of us inland who will board you. Don’t die out there. 36 more words

Disaster Relief

How to Locate Wildlife Threatened During Oil Spills

This week, NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration is looking at the impacts of pollutants on wildlife and endangered species. We’ll explore tools we’ve developed to map sensitive species and habitats, how marine debris endangers marine life, how restoring toxic waste sites improves the health of wildlife, and the creation of a mobile wildlife hospital. 799 more words

Data And Mapping

Let's talk about "re-gene-ration!"

Hey there, BCU Fam!

BlenCouragesU is excited to bring you thoughts from my VERY special guest in the person of Erma Nurse-Williams! Enjoy the post and be blessed! 453 more words

Stay On The Wall

What we do to Help Endangered Species

For over 40 years, the 1973 Endangered Species Act has helped protect native plants and animals and that habitats where they live, and many government agencies play a role in that important work. 454 more words

Oil Spills

NOAA Adding Polar Projections to Arctic ERMA Mapping Tool

The Arctic is one of the most remote regions on the planet but that may change as the sea ice continues to shrink, allowing for more ships, tourism, fishing, and possible oil exploration in the region. 452 more words

Oil Spills

Below Zero: Partnership between the Coast Guard and NOAA

By Lt. Cmdr. Morgan Roper, U.S. Coast Guard

For more than 200 years, the U.S. Coast Guard and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have partnered together in maritime resiliency, environmental sustainability and scientific research. 816 more words