Nationwide, civil engineers consider precipitation values from NOAA to design their structures. But those values are missing another contributor to flood risk: snowmelt.
FEMA issued new guidance yesterday advising states to prepare for evacuations during the pandemic.
A new study compares the accuracy of three observation-based methods of calculating snow water equivalent, a key component in water management.
Jane Lubchenco says this is a “moment of truth” about climate change and that scientists need to think about their obligations and responsibilities to society.
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.
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.
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.
The FORMOSAT-7/COSMIC-2 constellation, launched this June, will provide the most accurate data yet on tropical weather, climate, and space weather.
First International Operational Satellite Oceanography Symposium; College Park, Maryland, 18–20 June 2019
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.