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An ocean first: Underwater drone tracks CO2 in Alaska gulf

The Spokesman-Review 26 May 2022
“I think she is one of the first persons to actually utilize (gliders) to measure CO2 directly, so that’s very, very exciting,” said Richard Feely, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s senior scientist at the agency’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory in Seattle.
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An ocean first: Underwater drone tracks carbon dioxide in Gulf of Alaska

Irish Independent 26 May 2022
... gliders operating in oceans across the globe, providing a real-time glimpse of current conditions and a way to better predict the future.“We can … understand much more about what’s going on in the ocean than we have been before,” Mr McDonnell said.
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Heat trapped by greenhouse gases reached highest level yet in 2021, scientists say

New York Post 26 May 2022
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released an update to its Annual Greenhouse Gas Index on Monday ...CO2 is the main player because it stays in the atmosphere and oceans for thousands of years and it is by far the largest contributor to global ...
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Could it take a hurricane to pull Eastern NC out of its stubborn drought?

Jacksonville Daily News 26 May 2022
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasts 14 to 21 named storms, with six to 10 becoming hurricanes ... National Weather Service's ... Tuesday the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released its forecast for the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season.
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NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Program Director Gregory Robinson Named to ‘TIME100’ List

Space Coast Daily 26 May 2022
He also served as the acting National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service deputy assistant administrator at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Prior to leading Webb, Robinson was the deputy associate administrator for programs in NASA’s Science Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters.
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ICEYE successfully completes its largest satellite launch ever, placing five new SAR satellites into orbit

Longview News-Journal 26 May 2022
The newly launched ICEYE US satellites are licensed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and will be operated and controlled exclusively from the company's 24/7 Mission Operations Center in Irvine ... The Air Force will operate the satellites in support of environmental and national security objectives.
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How high could gas prices get this summer? What experts say as Memorial Day nears

Yahoo Daily News 26 May 2022
Meanwhile, De Haan responded to JPMorgan’s $6.20 a gallon national average prediction May 18 on Twitter writing “this is ‘not’ a guarantee.” ... Hurricane season in the Atlantic region usually lasts from June until the end of November, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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NOAA predicting above-average hurricane season, with up to 21 storms. Here's what we know

The Gainesville Sun 25 May 2022
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released its forecast for the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season today ... 30, although the National Hurricane Center begins to issue regular tropical outlooks beginning May 15 ... The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said 14 to 21 named storms will develop this season.
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NOAA predicts 6-10 hurricanes, 3-6 major ones, for Atlantic storm season

La Prensa Latina 25 May 2022
Miami, May 24 (EFE).- The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is forecasting 14 to 21 named storms – 6-10 of them hurricanes and with 3-6 of these being major ones – for the 2022 hurricane season.
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Massachusetts sues companies over use of ‘forever chemicals’

The Associated Press 25 May 2022
“I think she is one of the first persons to actually utilize (gliders) to measure CO2 directly, so that’s very, very exciting,' said Richard Feely, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's senior scientist at the agency's Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory in Seattle.
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NOAA forecasts busy Atlantic hurricane season, with at least 3 major storms

Sunnyside Daily Sun 25 May 2022
WASHINGTON – The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season is predicted to be the seventh in a row with an above-normal number of storms, according to a forecast the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released Tuesday.
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Forecasters predict an abnormally high number of storms for this hurricane season—again

Popular Science 25 May 2022
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasts that 2022 will be yet another above-normal hurricane season in the Atlantic ... The agency’s administrator, Rick Spinrad, said in a statement that even though forecasting accuracy has greatly improved over the years, major hurricanes can still seriously upend lives and livelihoods.
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Hurricanes may be stronger, more frequent this year, NOAA says

Longview News-Journal 25 May 2022
Hurricane season along the Atlantic Ocean is expected to be more active than usual this year, with a higher probability that major storms will make landfall in Texas and other areas along the eastern coast, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Tuesday ... Climate change warms ocean temperatures, which in turn strengthens hurricanes.
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NOAA hurricane forecast 2022: Up to 21 named storms possible; as many as 10 hurricanes ...

The Gainesville Sun 25 May 2022
Overall, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said 14 to 21 named storms will develop ... The National Hurricane Center ran out of names for Atlantic storms in the past two years; there were a record-setting 30 named storms in 2020 and 21 last year.
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Stormy Repeat: NOAA Predicts Busy Atlantic Hurricane Season

The Epoch Times 25 May 2022
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicted Tuesday that the summer in the Atlantic will produce 14 to 21 named storms, six to 10 becoming hurricanes ...

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