Dr. William Hogarth announces his intention to leave NOAA
NOAA Fisheries seeks public input on Fisheries Disaster Assistance
NOAA and partners install artificial reefs in Southeast Alaska
NOAA determines white marlin not threatened or endangered
Hurricane forecasters with NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, are predicting another above-normal hurricane season on the heels of last year's destructive and historic hurricane season.
NOAA commissioned its newly constructed fisheries survey vessel Oscar Dyson today at the ship's home port in Kodiak, Alaska, during a ceremony based on naval traditions.
A very active Atlantic hurricane season is underway, and with more storms projected, NOAA today increased the number of storms in its 2005 hurricane season outlook.
The NOAA is proposing new fishing regulations for Atlantic tunas, sharks, swordfish, and billfish.
TROPICAL STORM KATRINA STRENGTHENING OVER THE CENTRAL BAHAMAS
Tropical Storm Warning remains in effect for the East Coast of Florida from Sebastian Inlet northward to Flagler Beach