Inside a sprawling, secure federal complex in Suitland, Maryland, sits a building housing some of the NOAA’s most secure systems. Among them is a search and rescue program that uses satellites to send help to those in danger in the world’s most remote regions.
Federal fishing managers are holding the line on the quota for Atlantic deep-sea red crab, a commercial important species that is fished off of the East Coast.
Bluefish are a popular sport fish that are also harvested commercially as food. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says it’s looking to implement proposed catch limits for the fish that are mostly status quo with the current year.
The six aquariums are all on the East Coast, and they say they oppose the recent affirmation of sound blasting from Delaware to Florida by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Federal regulators are reviewing the health of sea scallops in the Atlantic Ocean to get a better handle on the status of the valuable shellfish.
Four hurricanes have formed in the Atlantic in the past three weeks, but hurricane season is far from over, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has a new supercomputer helping to make weather predictions earlier, faster and with pin-point accuracy.
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