A new software application merges ocean color data from instruments aboard two satellites to provide gap-free, near-real-time monitoring of the global ocean environment.
NOAA’s Acting Head Addresses Storm over Dorian Forecasts
Neil Jacobs said that the Trump administration is committed to the important mission of weather forecasting, while also stating that the weather service team has his and the department’s full support.
Altered Forecasts and Threatened Firings at the National Weather Service
In the wake of statements made by the president and his appointees during Hurricane Dorian, three former NOAA chiefs insist on the return of scientific integrity.
Six New Satellites Watch the Atmosphere over Earth’s Equator
The FORMOSAT-7/COSMIC-2 constellation, launched this June, will provide the most accurate data yet on tropical weather, climate, and space weather.
Satellite Oceanography Data Producers and Users Connect
First International Operational Satellite Oceanography Symposium; College Park, Maryland, 18–20 June 2019
Updated Temperature Data Give a Sharper View of Climate Trends
The latest version of NOAA’s Global Surface Temperature Dataset improves coverage over land and sea and improves the treatment of historical changes in observational practices.
NOAA Monitoring Stations Are Off-Line from a GPS Y2K Moment
The outage could last until November for some stations.
Senate Committee OK’s White House’s NOAA Pick in Party Line Vote
Senate floor fight may loom for Barry Lee Myers, whom Democrats oppose.
Is the Recent Drought on the Colorado River the New Normal?
Understanding Historical Changes in the Flow of the Colorado River; Boulder, Colorado, 24–25 September 2018
Arctic Undergoing Most Unprecedented Transition in Human History
The Arctic Report Card, released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, outlines vast changes taking place in the Arctic region. Here are some major findings.