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During flights into #HurricaneIda, AOML #HurricaneHunter scientists deployed Airborne EXpendable Bathythermographs (AXBT) to measure ocean temperatures down to 350m. These data help scientists learn more about hurricanes to improve forecasts. Learn more at bit.ly/AXBT_1
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We have a library of environmental webinars that provide knowledge and resources to allow educators to build their understanding of NOAA-related science topics as well as their pedagogic and communication skills! oceanservice.noaa.gov/education/plan… #BackToSchool
How our predictions protect coastal communities by saving lives and property, enhancing the economy, and preserving coastal environments: oceanservice.noaa.gov/tools/coastal-…
Catastrophic flooding will continue all day. If your area is being affected by #Ida & you’re home: 🔹Go to a higher floor. If it’s still dangerous go to the roof & call 911. 🔹Don’t go to the attic, you could get trapped. 🔹If you have an axe, bring it upstairs if you get stucBdY
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This fire station is located near our Shell Beach monitoring station and this video illustrates the extreme danger of storm surge. If you are in the affected region please stay home, stay inside and stay safe. twitter.com/StBGov/status/…
Water levels at Shell Beach are measuring over 6.5 feet above normal high tide and continue to climb following landfall of #Ida near Port Fourchon, Louisiana. More from NOAA: noaa.gov/ida #HurricaneIda
If you're in the path of #Ida, keep yourself safe from flooding. Below is a video for those who speak Vietnamese.
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Hurricane #Ida will bring catastrophic flooding to Louisiana and Mississippi. NEVER drive or walk through floodwaters. We will continue to share safety information in multiple languages today. Below is a video for those who speak Chinese.
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Hurricane #Ida is causing catastrophic flooding. Below is a video for those who speak Spanish. 🔷Si necesita información en español y consejos de seguridad, visite@FEMAespanoll.C
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*** For the latest on #Ida, please see our one-stop page, noaa.gov/Ida: -- Latest forecast information & maps from @NHC_Atlantic -- @NOAASatellites imagery -- @NWS social media accounts to follow -- Tides & currents data from @noaaocean -- hurricane prep tips
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EYE OF A MONSTER: @NOAA's #GOESEast 🛰️ gives an up-close look at the lightning swirling around the eye of#HurricaneIdaa, a dangerous Cat. 4#hurricanee, nearing the coast of southeastern#Louisianaa. Please stay safe! More:noaa.gov/idaF#LAwxx#MSwxx#idahurricanee#idaal
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Check your local NWS for the latest information and stay alert for flooding. Find them at weather.gov/socialmedia twitter.com/noaaocean/stat…
As #Ida approaches, water levels are rapidly rising from southeastern Louisiana to Mobile, AL. Pilots Station East, SW Pass recorded a wind gust of 125 mph+. tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/inundationdb/i…
Hurricane #Ida Advisory 10A: Ida Forecast to Strengthen Rapidly Before Landfall. Life-Threatening Storm Surge, Potentially Catastrophic Wind Damage, and Flooding Rainfall Expected to Impact the Northern Gulf Coast Beginning Sunday Morning. go.usa.gov/W3H
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NOAA is continues to monitor water levels and winds for Hurricane Ida as it approaches Louisiana. There is a danger of life-threatening storm surge inundation in the storm surge warning area (hot pink). View real-time water level and meteorological data: tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/inundationdb/s…
#Ida has been upgraded to a hurricane by @NHC_Atlantic and is forecast to make landfall along the Louisiana coast late Sunday/early Monday. Across the region, our tide stations are already seeing levels 1-2 feet above normal due to recent heavy rainfall. tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/inundationdb/s…
There are two ways climate change exacerbates rising sea level; do you know them both? #OceanFactFriday oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/sealevel…
Did you catch our announcement about our new HAB forecasting tool? Check it out - you can now get information updated on an hourly basis specific to your beach on respiratory irritation, chances of intensification, and satellite information: oceanservice.noaa.gov/news/july21/gu…
Rapid changes in Earth’s climate and ocean could set up dire conditions for marine species, according to new research by NOAA and partners. bit.ly/OceanClimatesP… @Northeastern @Cornell @umdglobalcampus @NCState_NCICS #ScienceNews
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NOAA is monitoring water levels and winds for Tropical Storm Ida, forecast to track towards the central Gulf Coast. View real-time water level and meteorological data. tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/inundationdb/s…
We can't wait to listen to the new episodes on the real-life versions of the Octonauts sea creatures and the ocean they call home! twitter.com/NOAAeducation/…
NOAA and the Papahānaumokuākea Marine Debris Project partner to remove derelict fishing nets from coral reefs across the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument. fisheries.noaa.gov/feature-story/…
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Happy 105th Birthday to the @NatlParkService! #DYK many National Marine Sanctuaries work along some of your favorite National Parks? Rialto Beach near @OlympicNP, is located on the shores of @OlympicCoast! Learn more: nps.gov/subjects/npsce…. #EarthIsBlue #NPS105
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#ICYMI - the story of how a wayward sunken buoy was found with the help of our @NOAAcharts hydrographers after being struck by a tug and barge in Flushing Bay, NY. nauticalcharts.noaa.gov/updates/aids-t…
Our post-hurricane aerial damage assessment flights are now using a new camera system that provides significant improvements in resolution and coverage. Detailed imagery for the aftermath of Henri here: oceanservice.noaa.gov/news/aug21/ngs…
Join underwater researchers on 9/1 for a live webinar to discuss the early results from the University of Mississippi's exploration of shipwrecks in the Gulf of Mexico. For more information visit our seminars page: star.nesdis.noaa.gov/star/NOAAScien…
Why are national estuarine research reserves important? How do these sites value our communities? Learn about our valuable research reserves and plan a trip to visit one: coast.noaa.gov/gallery/videos… #TravelTuesday
Over 10 years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster, the impacts from the spill are still felt throughout the Gulf. But as restoration projects to restore the natural resources continue, new opportunities for outdoor recreation are cropping up: blog.response.restoration.noaa.gov/8-projects-mak…
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Find out what NOAA is doing to preserve the nation’s maritime heritage by preserving and protecting important historical, cultural, and archaeological resources within our coastal, marine, and Great Lakes waters: oceanservice.noaa.gov/navigation/her…
#BackToSchool: Help out Hawaiʻi fisheries with OceanEyes. Count and measure deep-water snapper and grouper to help fishery managers better understand fish populations. zooniverse.org/projects/benja… #Teachers #BackToSchoolNOAA #NOAAResourceOfTheDay #CitizenScience
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Teachers, students, kids, parents - we have fun activities for everyone for either #BackToSchool or just an educational weekend afternoon! oceanservice.noaa.gov/education/
Tropical Storm #Henri is close to landfall this morning and @NOAA's #GOESEast 🛰️ is tracking it closely. Inland flooding and a dangerous#StormSurgee are likely across parts of the Northeast today. Latest:nhc.noaa.govW6
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NOAA continues to monitor water levels and winds for Tropical Storm Henri as it approaches Long Island and southern New England. View real-time water level and meteorological data. tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/inundationdb/s…
As Hurricane Henri approaches, prepare now, stay alert for flooding, and follow your local NWS for the latest information. Find them at weather.gov/socialmedia. We're monitoring water levels and winds here: tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/inundationdb/s…
Celebrate #NationalGeocachingDay! Geocaching is an outdoor treasure-hunting activity that uses GPS-enabled devices. Geocachers can look for in-ground survey marks (part of our work) or containers like this bucket, the oldest geocache in Colorado! oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/geocachi…
There's a lot of itch-inducing posting today for #WorldMosquitoDay. While we don't generally have much to do with the insects, we are familiar with the ITCZ, pronounced "itch". This zone is also known as the doldrums: oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/doldrums…
Incredible to see this view! We will be tracking water levels due to Henri all weekend here: tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/inundationdb/s… twitter.com/NOAASatellites…
🦈 Check out this fin-tastic sight from@NOAASBNMSS! Working with shark experts from@MassDMFF (Dr. Skomal) and@UMassAmherstt (Dr. Danylchuk) the team tagged five white sharks feeding on the carcass of a whale. Watch this week’s#EarthIsBluee video:youtu.be/IWTeZcOscfIBs
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As our planet warms, the ocean’s surface is rising. Learn more with these graphs of global mean sea level. climate.gov/maps-data/data…
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NOAA is monitoring water levels and winds for Tropical Storm Henri, forecast to approach the coast of southern New England on Sunday. View real-time water level and meteorological data. tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/inundationdb/s…
What do hurricanes and aerial photography have in common? Two experts who work in emergency response imagery collection tell us all about it in this podcast: oceanservice.noaa.gov/podcast/dec19/… #NationalAviationDay
#DYK NOAA provides the framework for all positioning activities in the nation? Yep. And we're redefining what that means with a project called GRAV-D: oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/grav-d.h… #NationalAviationDay
NOAA's aviation mission takes us from the center of storms all the way to the top of the world. In this case, a hurricane hunter plane and crew collaborated with NASA to go to the North Pole to study arctic ice! oceantoday.noaa.gov/fullmoon-anima… #NationalAviationDay
This weekend for #SeniorCitizensDay, we want to celebrate our volunteers who help us achieve our mission of protecting, studying, and sharing our precious ocean and Great Lake areas! Read the full story: sanctuaries.noaa.gov/news/aug21/sen…
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It's National Aviation Day! We're the home of the National Geodetic Survey, which provides the highly accurate position, height, and orientation information needed for safe air navigation. Our work with the FAA: oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/airport.…
Good morning and happy #AviationDay. @NOAA Hurricane Hunters often fly early morning missions, gathering important data on tropical cyclones to inform forecasts and scientific research. Want to learn more about all our missions and aircraft? Visit omao.noaa.gov/learn/aircraft… #FlyNOAA
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#BackToSchool resources abound on our Educator Stewardship Projects page. We have hands-on projects with background information, supporting materials, and student worksheets available to download and adapt for your classroom! oceanservice.noaa.gov/education/eart…
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