North Carolina is drought-free for the first time in nearly six months, but forecasters warn dry conditions could resume in eastern North Carolina.
North Carolina Sea Grant announced Monday that it is looking for partners interested in the latest round of NOAA Sea Grant funding for the Marine Debris Challenge Competition.
The feedback will be used to develop a plan to make NOAA’s climate services more accessible, understandable, usable and inclusive of the social and economic impacts of climate change, officials said.
Longtime hurricane specialist and N.C. State graduate Dr. Mike Brennan has been selected to serve as director of NOAA’s National Hurricane Center in Miami.
The public is invited to attend the meeting 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at The Mariners’ Museum and Park in Newport News, Virginia.
The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season is expected to have above-normal activity, according to the mid-season update from NOAA.
The NOAA National Marine Sanctuary Systems will be celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and a livestreamed expedition begins next week at the first national marine sanctuary off Cape Hatteras.
NOAA Fisheries is holding virtual webinars on sea turtle bycatch measures being considered for the Atlantic croaker, longfin squid, and summer flounder fisheries.
The National Marine Fisheries Service is celebrating National Seafood Month to recognize the U.S.’s role as a global leader in sustainable seafood for both wild-caught and farmed species.
To help stranded or entangled sea turtles, call the NOAA Fisheries Sea Turtle Disentanglement Network team.
NOAA Fisheries is asking for feedback on proposed modifications to the Atlantic Large Whale Take Reduction Plan.
NOAA named Andy Strelcheck to lead Fisheries’ Southeast Region, which oversees North Carolina, based in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Submit coastal and marine habitat photos by July 21 to help NOAA Fisheries highlight Habitat Month this month.
NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center expects 2021 to be an above-normal hurricane season.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says its new rip current forecast model can predict the hourly probability of rip currents along every mile of beach up to six days out.
The NOAA Marine Debris Program Art Contest is open until Dec. 15 for kindergarten through eighth grade students.