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December

  • 12/30/04 — NOAA Team Plans Whale Disentanglement Attempt; Rare Endangered Right Whale Caught in Ropes & Buoys
  • 12/17/04 — Instrument Studies Awarded for NOAA GOES-R Spacecraft
  • 12/16/04 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Connects with Communication Network to Enhance Public Safety
  • 12/16/04 — NOAA and Federal Partners Ready to Test Forecast/warning System for Mountainous Tropical Islands
  • 12/16/04 — NOAA and Partners Discover Liquid Carbon Dioxide ‘Champagne’ Bubbles at Hydrothermal Vent
  • 12/16/04 — NOAA Reports Wet, Warm Year for the U.S. in 2004
  • 12/15/04 — NOAA - Where Science Creates Value for America
  • 12/15/04 — NOAA Fisheries Delays Decision on Striped Bass Fishing in Federal Waters
  • 12/15/04 — NOAA Offers Educational Resource on Lionfish, Other Tools
  • 12/13/04 — Greg Mandt to Oversee NOAA’S National Weather Service Office of Science and Technology
  • 12/13/04 — Director of NOAA’s National Hurricane Center Presented with Emmy Award
  • 12/10/04 — Commerce Department Awards Silver Medal to Sioux Falls Weather Service Forecast Office
  • 12/10/04 — Commerce Department Awards Bronze Medal to Marquette Weather Service Forecast Office
  • 12/10/04 — John ‘Jack’ Hayes Named Deputy Assistant Administrator of NOAA’s Ocean Service
  • 12/9/04 — NOAA Recognizes Mifflin County, Pa., StormReady
  • 12/8/04 — NOAA Recognizes City of Hampton, Va., StormReady
  • 12/2/04 — NOAA and State of Illinois Announce State’s Intent to Participate in Federal Coastal Zone Management Program
  • 12/3/04 — NOAA Pledges Support to Great Lakes Collaboration
  • 12/3/04 — NOAA Satellite Conference in Miami Will Help Users Prepare for Future
  • 12/3/04 —Commerce Department Awards Bronze Medal to NWS Senior Hydrologist Reggina Garza
  • 12/3/04 — Commerce Department Awards Bronze Medal to NOAA’s National Weather Service in Cleveland, Ohio, for Outstanding Service to the Great Lakes Shipping Industry
  • 12/3/04 — Commerce Department Awards Bronze Medal for Joint Efforts of 12 NOAA Groups During Hurricane Isabel
  • 12/3/04 — National Weather Service Alaska Region Gets New Director
  • 12/3/04 — U.S. Coral Reef Task Force Calls for Coordinated Efforts to Avoid Adverse Impacts on Reefs; Launches Local Strategy Implementation
  • 12/2/04 — NOAA, the State of Florida and the Great Barrier Reef Park Team up to Unite Reef Management Strategies Worldwide
  • 12/2/04 — Australia’s Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Names Reef in Memory of Noaa Scientist Nancy Foster
  • 12/2/04 — Coral Reef Task Force Honors Florida Keys Sanctuary Superintendent
  • 12/2/04 — Commerce Department Awards Bronze Medal to Billings, Mont., Weather Forecast Office
  • 12/2/04 — Commerce Department Awards Bronze Medal to NWS Group for Space Shuttle Columbia Recovery Support
  • 12/2/04 — Commerce Department Awards Bronze Medal to NWS Group for River Forecast Computer Backup System
  • 12/2/04 — Commerce Department Awards Bronze Medal to NWS Weather Forecast Office in Miami
  • 12/2/04 — Commerce Department Awards Bronze Medal to NWS Weather Forecast Offices in Birmingham and Huntsville
  • 12/1/04 — NOAA Recognizes Garden County, Neb., StormReady
  • 12/1/04 — NOAA Recognizes Deuel County, Neb., StormReady
  • 12/2/04 — White House Council on Environmental Quality, NOAA and Department of Interior Announce Actions to Conserve Coral Reefs
  • 12/1/04 — Right Whale Found Dead on North Carolina Beach
  • 12/1/04 — NOAA Recognizes Manzanita, Nehalem, and Wheeler, Ore., StormReady and TsunamiReady
  • 12/1/04 — NOAA Issues New Partnership Policy

November

  • 11/30/04 — Federal Agency Proposes to Designate Habitat as “Critical” to Salmon in the Northwest and California
  • 11/30/04 — NOAA Provides Wrap-up on Very Active 2004 Atlantic Hurricane Season
  • 11/30/04 — NOAA and Partners Reach Ocean Observing Milestone with 1,500 Operational Argo Floats
  • 11/29/04 — Maui Becomes Hawaii’s Second TsunamiReady County
  • 11/29/04 — NOAA Issues $3.44 Million Penalty for Violations of the American Fisheries Act
  • 11/29/04 — Galveston, Texas, Resident Graduates from Noaa Corps Basic Officer Training Class
  • 11/29/04 — Perry, Ga., Resident Graduates from NOAA Corps Basic Officer Training Class
  • 11/26/04 — Billy Joe Metteaur Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 11/24/04 — Edwin Lundgren Jr. Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 11/24/04 — Internet-Based Pilot Reports Allow NOAA to Improve Aviation Forecasts and Safety
  • 11/23/04 NOAA’s Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Applicants For Sanctuary Advisory Council
  • 11/23/04 — International Commission Adopts U.S. Proposal For Shark Finning Ban
  • 11/18/04 — New Class of NOAA Corps Recruits Graduates from Officers’ Training Today
  • 11/18/04 New NOAA Web Site Keeps An Eye On The Arctic
  • 11/18/04 NOAA Recognizes Oceanport Borough, N.J., “Stormready”
  • 11/18/04 — U.S. Climate Reference Network Proves Valuable
  • 11/16/04 —Dry Conditions Return in the East, Record Wetness in Parts of the West, above Average Temperatures in the South, NOAA Reports
  • 11/15/04 — United States Asks International Community to Adopt Collaborative Plan to Manage Sharks
  • 11/15/04 — NOAA Solicits Public Comment on Proposal to Establish a National Estuarine Research Reserve in Texas
  • 11/15/04 — NOAA Offers New Web Site on Social Science Tools for Marine Protected Areas
  • 11/15/04 — NOAA’s Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary Announces New Advisory Council Members
  • 11/15/04 — Commerce Department Awards Gold Medal to Three National Weather Service Forecast Offices in Eastern U.S.
  • 11/15/04 — William Black Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 11/12/04 — NOAA/U.S. Delegation to Host International Fisheries Commission in New Orleans
  • 11/11/04 — NOAA Recognizes Puget Sound Metro Area StormReady
  • 11/10/04 — Protected Species Get Much Needed Help;
    NOAA Fisheries Proposes Regulations to Reduce Bycatch of Bottlenose Dolphins and Sea Turtles
  • 11/9/04 — George Armor Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 11/9/04 — Commerce Department Awards Gold Medal to NOAA Storm Prediction Center and Five Weather Forecast Offices
  • 11/9/04 — International Commission Sees Large Drop in Illegal Fishing for Chilean Sea Bass
  • 11/5/04 — NOAA Laboratory Wins Gold Medal Award for Tsunami Detection System
  • 11/5/04 — NOAA to Deliver Final Lecture on Human Noise and Marine Mammals
  • 11/5/04 — NOAA Seeks Comment on Proposed Incidental Marine Mammal Harassment
  • 11/4/04 — Possible New Species of Sea Squirts Discovered off Georgia Coast in Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary
  • 11/4/04 — NOAA Scientists Continue Nationwide Lecture Series on Human Noise Impact to Marine Mammals
  • 11/3/04 — NOAA Issues Service Assessment Report on Hurricane Isabel
  • 11/1/04 — NOAA Recognizes Williamsburg County, S.C., StormReady
  • 11/1/04 — NOAA Recognizes Wickenburg, Ariz., as StormReady
  • 11/1/04 — NOAA Offers New Experimental Ionospheric Products
  • 11/1/04 — New Commander Takes Control of NOAA’s Aircraft Operations

October

  • 10/27/04 — Gulf of Maine Habitat Restoration Strategy Released
  • 10/27/04 — Kauai Becomes Hawaii’s First TsunamiReady County
  • 10/27/04 — NOAA Recognizes Flathead County, Mont., StormReady
  • 10/26/04 —Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary Breaks Ground On Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center
  • 10/25/04 — NOAA Heralds Half-Century Of Forecasting Achievements By Dr. Glahn
  • 10/25/04 NOAA Awards More Than $550,000 To The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution To Determine The Sources Of Red Tides
  • 10/25/04 NOAA Funds $1.9 Million To Help Assess And RestoreThe Pontchartrain Basin
  • 10/25/04 NOAA Awards More Than $1.9 Million To Southern Universities Research Association
  • 10/25/04 NOAA Awards More Than $700,000 To Alaska Department Of Fish And Game To Observe Prince William Sound
  • 10/25/04 NOAA Awards More Than $1 Million To The South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium
  • 10/25/04 NOAA Awards More Than $1.2 Million To The University Of South Florida
  • 10/25/04 NOAA Awards More Than $1.8 Million To Virginia For Coastal Ocean Research
  • 10/25/04 NOAA Awards More Than $1.7 Million To University Of Connecticut To Study Long Island Sound
  • 10/24/04 — The Mariners’ Museum And NOAA To Break Ground On USS Monitor Center
  • 10/21/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $500,000 To New Hampshire Department Of Environmental Services For River Management
  • 10/21/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $700,000 To Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission For Groundfish Research
  • 10/21/04 — NOAA Awards $1.9 Million To The Virginia Institute Of Marine Science For Oyster Restoration
  • 10/21/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $1.5 Million To Oregon State University For Fishery Research
  • 10/21/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $580,000 To The Alaska Department Of Fish And Game To Support Salmon Stocks
  • 10/21/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $900,000 To The Bering Sea Fishermen’s Association To Support Salmon Research
  • 10/21/04 —NOAA Awards More Than $1.5 Million To ADF&G To Monitor Groundfish
  • 10/21/04 — Marine Recreational Anglers Are Catching – And Releasing – More Fish
  • 10/21/04 NOAA Awards More Than $500,000 To New Hampshire Department Of Environmental Services For River Management
  • 10/21/04 NOAA Awards $1.9 Million To The Virginia Institute Of Marine Science For Oyster Restoration
  • 10/21/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $1.5 Million To Oregon State University For Fishery Research
  • 10/21/04 NOAA Awards More Than $700,000 To Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission For Groundfish Research
  • 10/21/04 NOAA Awards More Than $1.5 Million To ADF&G To Monitor Groundfish
  • 10/21/04 NOAA Awards More Than $900,000 To The Bering Sea Fishermen’s Association To Support Salmon Research
  • 10/21/04 NOAA Awards More Than $580,000 To The Alaska Department Of Fish And Game To Support Salmon Stocks
  • 10/20/04 — NOAA National Weather Service Employees Receive National Weather Association Awards
  • 10/20/04 — John Lovegrove To Oversee NOAA’s National Weather Service Forecast Office In Medford, Ore.
  • 10/19/04 — NOAA and Bismark, N.D., Mark the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial
  • 10/19/04 — NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center Celebrates Silver Anniversary at Annual Climate Diagnostic & Prediction Workshop
  • 10/19/04 — Star Valley’s Ted Heiner Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 10/19/04 — Future NOAA Spacecraft Will Improve Management of America’s Coastal Waters
  • 10/19/04 — Ten Sleep’s John Greet Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 10/18/04 — NOAA Awards $3.1 Million to CUNY for Remote Sensing Research
  • 10/18/04 — NOAA Grants Funds to Reading Museum and Partners to Conduct Dam Removal and Stream Restoration on Wyomissing Creek
  • 10/18/04 NOAA Awards $3.1 Million To Cuny For Remote Sensing Research
  • 10/18/04 NOAA Awards More Than $300,000 To The University Of Washington To Study Toxic Algae
  • 10/17/04 — New NOAA Research Vessel Completes Maiden Voyage with Five-week Survey of Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
  • 10/15/04 — National Research Council to Study NOAA’s Recreational Data Collection Program
  • 10/15/04 — Contest to Name NOAA's Ship for Ocean Exploration: Ocean Agency Provides Details on Competition for Student Teams
  • 10/15/04 — NOAA Fisheries Grants to Study Foreign Oysters for Chesapeake
  • 10/14/04 — NOAA Awards $5 Million to Famu for the Environmental Cooperative Science Center
  • 10/14/04 — Osceola’s Tom Johnson Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 10/14/04 — NOAA Celebrates New Building Site Selection
  • 10/14/04 — NOAA Scientists Continue Nationwide Lecture Series on Human Noise Impact to Marine Mammals
  • 10/14/04 — NOAA Reports Hurricanes Caused Record Wetness in East; Contrasts with Dryness in Mississippi Valley, Early Snow in Alaska
  • 10/12/04 — NOAA Recognizes Marion County, S.C., StormReady
  • 10/12/04 — Robert Wayne Jones Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 10/12/04 — NOAA Expects below Average Rainfall for the 2004-2005 Wet Season in Hawaii
  • 10/7/04 — Sanctuary Pilot Program Allows Hook and Line Fishing for Ballyhoo
  • 10/7/04 NOAA Awards More Than $9 Million To Eastern Kentucky Pride, Inc.
  • 10/7/04 NOAA Awards More Than $1.8 Million To The South Carolina Department Of Natural Resources For Fisheries Research
  • 10/7/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $2.9 Million To Howard University To Fund Atmospheric Research
  • 10/7/04 NOAA Awards More Than $170,000 To Rutgers Unversity To Study The Impact Of Brown Tide On Barnegat Bay Clams
  • 10/7/04 NOAA Awards More Than $99,000 To The University Of Maine To Study Toxic Red Tide In The Gulf Of Maine
  • 10/7/04 NOAA Awards More Than $970,000 To The Louisiana State University To Study The Barataria Estuary
  • 10/7/04 NOAA Awards More Than $100,000 To Woods Hole Researchers To Study Economics Of Toxic Shellfish Poisoning In The Gulf Of Maine
  • 10/7/04 NOAA Awards Grant To The University Of Washington To Research Causes Of Puget Sound Red Tides
  • 10/7/04 NOAA Awards More Than $1.1 Million To Finance Hypoxia Research To Detect And Assess Toxins In Coastal Waters
  • 10/6/04 — NOAA Awards $8.4 Million to BTS Professional Services to Study Climate Change
  • 10/6/04 — NOAA Awards More than $400,000 to Idaho State University to Study Remote Sensing
  • 10/6/04 — NOAA Awards More than $4 Million to the New York Botanical Garden for a Plant Research Laboratory
  • 10/6/04 — NOAA Awards $100,000 to University of Guam to Build Capacity
  • 10/6/04 — NOAA Gives U.S. Winter Outlook
  • 10/6/04 NOAA Awards $90,000 To Yale University To Predict Jellyfish Blooms In Chesapeake Bay
  • 10/6/04 NOAA Awards More Than $1.1 Million To The Institute For Marine Mammal Studies To Support Dolphin Research
  • 10/6/04 NOAA Awards $1.1 Million To Fund Research To Detect And Assess Hypoxia And Toxins In Coastal Waters
  • 10/6/04 NOAA Grant To Fund Career Development In Science-Based Coastal Management And Harmful Algal Bloom Research
  • 10/6/04 NOAA Issues First Installment Of $2.5 Million Grant To University Of South Carolina Research Foundation To Study Coastal Ecosystems And Climate Variability
  • 10/6/04 NOAA Issues Award To University Of Maryland Horn Point Laboratory To Predict Jellyfish Blooms In Chesapeake Bay
  • 10/6/04 NOAA Awards More Than $50,000 To North Carolina State University To Study The Life Cycle Of Toxic Dinoflagellates
  • 10/5/04 — NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory Celebrates 40 Years
  • 10/4/04 — Agreement Prevents Gaps in Weather Satellite Services
  • 10/4/04 — NOAA Recognizes Sheridan County, Mont., StormReady
  • 10/4/04 — NOAA Recognizes Richland County, Mont., StormReady
  • 10/1/04 — NOAA Satellites, Scientists Monitor Mount St. Helens for Possible Eruption
  • 10/1/04 — Scientists Double Tally of Known Right Whales

September

  • 9/30/04 — Dutch Harbor-Unalaska in Alaska Top U.S. Port for Landings in 2003
  • 9/30/04 NOAA Awards $600,000 To The Florida Fish And Wildlife Research Institute To Enhance Harmful Algal Bloom Monitoring
  • 9/29/04 — National Weather Service, AWS Convergence Technologies in New Public/private Partnership to Expand Use of WeatherBug Data
  • 9/29/04 — NOAA Weather Radio – All Hazards Broadcast Service Comes to American Samoa
  • 9/29/04 — Service Assessment of Western Wildfires Shows Successes Between National Weather Service and Its Partners
  • 9/29/04 — NOAA Awards $1.2 Million To The North Pacific Fishery Management Council For Steller Sea Lion Research
  • 9/29/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $900,000 Adf&G For Harbor Seal Research
  • 9/28/04 — New Members Join Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council
  • 9/28/04 — NOAA Scientists Continue Nationwide Lecture Series on Human Noise Impact to Marine Mammals
  • 9/28/04 — U.S. Turns Away Improper Patagonian Toothfish Shipments
  • 9/28/04 NOAA Awards More Than $7 Million To The Seward Association For The Advancement Of Marine Science
  • 9/28/04 NOAA Awards More Than $700,000 For Coral Reef Ecosystem Research In The Caribbean
  • 9/28/04 NOAA Awards $959,900 To Establish Caribbean Coral Reef Research Institute
  • 9/27/04 — Iowan James C. Blaess Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 9/27/04 — Seafood Consumption Rose Again In 2003
  • 9/27/04 — Whale-Safe Fishing Gear Competition Announced; Research Teams to Compete for $50,000
  • 9/26/04 NOAA Awards $3 Million To Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission To Run Fisheries Data Program
  • 9/24/04 — NOAA Exercises a Ship Design Contract Option with VT Halter Marine Inc.
  • 9/24/04 — NOAA/EPA Enhanced Capabilities of Air Quality Forecast in Northeastern U.S. Now Operational
  • 9/23/04 — Iowan Eugene Frye Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 9/23/04 — Pet, Water Garden Industries, Resource Agencies Unite to Create a New ‘Habitattitude™’ on Aquatic Invasive Species
  • 9/23/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $500,000 To Alu Like, Inc. To Train Fishery Observers
  • 9/23/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $800,000 To Alabama For Shrimp Fisheries Support
  • 9/23/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $850,000 To The Washington Department Of Fish And Wildlife
  • 9/23/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $800,000 To The South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium: Grant Supports National Centers For Coastal Ocean Science
  • 9/23/04 NOAA Awards More Than $900,000 To The South Carolina Department Of Natural Resources For Oyster Restoration
  • 9/23/04 NOAA Awards More Than $2.1 Million To Chesapeake Appreciation, Inc. For Oyster Restoration
  • 9/22/04 — Students Take Virtual Field Trip to NOAA National Estuarine Research Reserves with ‘EstuaryLive’
  • 9/22/04 — NOAA Seeks Remedy for Invasive Tree Species Threat to California Salt Water Marsh
  • 9/22/04 — NOAA Scientists Continue Nationwide Lecture Series on Human Noise Impact to Marine Mammals
  • 9/21/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $740,000 To The Research Foundation Of Suny To Finance A Blue-Green Algae Alert System
  • 9/21/04 — George Mathews to Oversee NOAA’s National Weather Service Forecast Office in Morristown, Tenn.
  • 9/21/04 — Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorology Hosts Urban Meteorology Forum
  • 9/21/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $900,000 To The Wildlife Conservation Society To Restore Parts Of The Lower Bronx River
  • 9/21/04 — NOAA Awards $853,125 To National Fish And Wildlife Foundation To Restore Vital Fisheries Habitat
  • 9/20/04 — NOAA and Chamberlain, S.D., Mark the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial
  • 9/20/04 — NOAA, EPA Releases First-Year Portfields Report
  • 9/20/04 — NOAA and NASA Announce Contract Award for Imaging Suite Aboard next Generation Goes Spacecraft Series
  • 9/16/04 — NOAA Dedicates Commemorative Monuments to Honor the Wright Brothers and the Bodie Island Baseline
  • 9/16/04 — Lewis and Clark: Pioneers in Meteorology, Too
  • 9/16/04 — NOAA Reports Cool Summer, Seventh Coldest August on Record Across the Lower 48 States
  • 9/16/04 — NOAA Scientists Continue Nationwide Lecture Series on Human Noise Impact to Marine Mammals
  • 9/15/04 — Improved NOAA Weather Radio Broadcasts Available for Big Island and Adjacent Coastal Waters
  • 9/15/04 — NOAA Coral Program Awards $9 Million in Reef Conservation Grants
  • 9/15/04 — NOAA Begins Operational Harmful Algal Bloom Forecast System For Florida, Gulf of Mexico
  • 9/15/04 — NOAA’s Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Chumash Community Representatives for Advisory Council
  • 9/15/04 — NOAA Awards $3.7 Million To Florida International University For Hurricane Response Research
  • 9/14/04 — NOAA Issues Final Rule Implementing the International Dolphin Conservation Program Act
  • 9/14/04 — First Federal Arrests and Convictions for Shark Finning
  • 9/14/04 — NOAA, NASA Announce Contract Award for next Generation Goes Spacecraft Series
  • 9/14/04 — NOAA Recognizes Oswego County, N.Y., “StormReady”
  • 9/13/04 — NOAA to Convert Navy Surveillance Ship to Explore and Research Earth’s Largely Unknown Oceans
  • 9/13/04 — NOAA and NFWF Award $2.4 Million for Coral Reef Conservation Grants
  • 9/13/04 — Rolla’s Arlynn Disrud Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 9/13/04 — NOAA Joins Meteorological Services of Canada to Advance Forecast Technologies in Great Lakes
  • 9/13/04 — Frank Wachowski Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 9/13/04 — Charles Hanson Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 9/10/04 — Robert L. “Bud” Cox Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 9/10/04 — NOAA Awards Nearly $590,000 To The Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • 9/10/04 — NOAA Awards $555,000 To The North Inlet-Winyah Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • 9/10/04 — NOAA Awards $590,000 To The Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • 9/9/04 — James E. Lee to Oversee NOAA’s National Weather Service Forecast Office in Sterling, Virginia
  • 9/9/04 — Civil War Cannons Removed from Historic USS Monitor Gun Turret
  • 9/9/04 — President Bush Honors Two NOAA Scientists
  • 9/7/04 NOAA Awards More Than $400,000 To The University Of California Santa Cruz To Finance A Harmful Algal Bloom Alert System
  • 9/7/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $600,000 To The Mote Marine Laboratory For Oceanic Research
  • 9/7/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $600,000 To The Chicago Zoological Society To Support Dolphin Research
  • 9/7/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $700,000 To Florida State University To Improve Forecasting Models
  • 9/3/04 — NOAA Ship Hi’ialakai Commissioned in Honolulu
  • 9/1/04 NOAA Awards More Than $2.7 Million To The Institute For Marine Mammal Studies, Inc.
  • 9/1/04 — NOAA Awards More Than $900,000 To The Alaska Department Of Fish And Game
  • 9/1/04 — NOAA Awards More than $2.8 Million to the Seward Association for the Advancement of Marine Science to Perform Oceanic Research
  • 9/1/04 — NOAA Awards More than $1 Million to the Gulf and South Atlantic Fisheries Foundation for Shrimping Research
  • 9/1/04 — Darin Figurskey to Oversee NOAA’s National Weather Service Forecast Office in Raleigh, North Carolina
  • 9/1/04 — New Reporting System Now Available to NOAA’s NWS Cooperative Observers Nationwide
  • 9/1/04 — Reed Named Oklahoma Federal Executive Board Employee of the Year
  • 9/1/04 — Abigail Knee of Fremont N.H., Wins NOAA’s Nancy Foster Scholarship to Pursue Doctorate in Biological Oceanography
  • 9/1/04 — Rebecca Holyoke of Cambridge, Md., Wins NOAA’s Nancy Foster Scholarship to Pursue Doctorate in Marine Science
  • 9/1/04 — Sarah Lester of Santa Barbara, Calif., Wins NOAA’s Nancy Foster Scholarship to Pursue Doctorate in Marine Ecology
  • 9/1/04 — Jessica Dutton of Goleta, Calif., Wins NOAA’s Nancy Foster Scholarship to Pursue Doctorate in Marine Biology
  • 9/1/04 — NOAA's National Data Buoy Center to Re-compete $500 Million Technical Services Contract
  • 9/1/04 — NOAA Awards Nancy Foster Scholarships to Four Marine Science Graduate Students
  • 9/1/04 NOAA Awards More Than $2.8 Million To The Seward Association For The Advancement Of Marine Science To Perform Oceanic Research

August

  • 8/31/04 — NOAA Fisheries Releases Recovery Plan for Endangered North Atlantic Right Whales
  • 8/31/04 — NOAA Nears Completion of Draft Strategy to Protect Columbia/Snake Salmon and Steelhead
  • 8/31/04 — Vogt Named NOAA Radar Operations Center Director
  • 8/30/04 — NOAA Announces Funds for Gulf of Maine Council to Continue Dam Removal, Habitat Restoration
  • 8/27/04 — NOAA Grants More than $3.1 Million to Support Coastal Zone Management in Virginia
  • 8/27/04 — NOAA Awards More than $800,000 to the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission for Groundfish Research
  • 8/27/04 — NOAA Awards More than $2.2 Million to the University of Wisconsin’s Board of Regents to Support Cooperative Institute
  • 8/27/04 — NOAA Awards More than $500,000 to Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Supporting Pacific Salmon Treaty Activities
  • 8/26/04 — NOAA Adds Port Fourchon Chart to Gulf of Mexico Navigation Chart Series
  • 8/26/04 — NOAA Scientist Wins American Chemical Society Award
  • 8/25/04 — Sac City’s Alan Galbraith Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 8/25/04 — NOAA Recognizes Chemung County, N.Y., "StormReady"
  • 8/25/04 — U.S. Climate Change Science Program Releases Our Changing Planet: The U.S. Climate Change Science Program for Fiscal Years 2004 and 2005
  • 8/24/04 — Tipton’s Warren Baird Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 8/24/04 — NOAA’s New Global Climate Forecast System Increases Confidence That Weak El Niño Conditions Are Developing
  • 8/21/04 — NOAA Research Review Report Recommends Lab Consolidation, Research AA
  • 8/19/04 — Researchers Recover Marine Data from Historical Logbooks
  • 8/19/04 — NOAA, Navy to Hunt for Lost Civil War Submarine Alligator
  • 8/19/04 — Hamilton’s Ethal Jordan Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 8/18/04 - NOAA Awards More Than $19 Million To Alaska Department Of Fish And Game To Support Salmon Recovery
  • 8/18/04 - NOAA Grants More Than $2.3 Million To Support Coastal Zone Management In Oregon
  • 8/18/04 - NOAA Grants More Than $2 Million To Support Coastal Zone Management In Rhode Island
  • 8/18/04 - NOAA Grants More Than $3.1 Million To Support Coastal Zone Management In California
  • 8/18/04 - NOAA Grants More Than $2.9 Million To Support Coastal Zone Management In Florida
  • 8/18/04 - NOAA Awards $800,000 To The University Of Arizona To Support Climate Research Programs
  • 8/18/04 - NOAA Awards More Than $2.4 Million To The Kodiak Island Borough To Support A Marine Fiber Optic Cable
  • 8/18/04 - NOAA Grants More Than $1.8 Million To Support Coastal Zone Management In Delaware
  • 8/18/04 - NOAA Awards Funds More Than $1.7 Million For Internship Opportunities With Environmental Careers Organization
  • 8/18/04 - NOAA Awards More Than $800,000 To The Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission For Groundfish Research
  • 8/18/04 - NOAA Awards $1.1 Million To Maryland Sea Grant College Program
  • 8/18/04 - NOAA Awards More Than $12.8 Million To The California Department Of Fish And Game To Support Salmon Recovery
  • 8/18/04 — NOAA Hydrographic Survey Ship Fairweather Reactivated
  • 8/18/04 — NOAA Breaks Ground on New Facility at Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary Office in Kihei
  • 8/17/04 — NOAA Recognizes Wyoming County, Pa., as StormReady
  • 8/17/04 — Illinois Manufacturing Plant Proves Severe Weather Plans Save Lives, NWS Officials Say
  • 8/13/04 - NOAA Awards $1.5 Million To The City Of Westwego To Create Parkland Area And Recreational Facility
  • 8/13/04 - NOAA Awards More Than $3.4 Million To The Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission For Fishing Observers
  • 8/13/04 - NOAA Grants More Than $2.5 Million To Support Coastal Zone Management In Wisconsin
  • 8/13/04 — Wakeeney Mother, Daughter Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 8/12/04 — Merrill and Donna Sterler Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 8/11/04 - NOAA Awards More Than $530,000 To The Monterey Bay Aquarium Foundation To Research Bluefin Tuna
  • 8/11/04 - NOAA Awards More Than $4 Million To The Oregon Department Of Fish And Wildlife
  • 8/11/04 -NOAA Awards More Than $500,000 To The South Carolina Department Of Natural Resources For Shrimp Research
  • 8/11/04 - NOAA Awards $1.9 Million To The University Of Maryland Biotechnology Institute For Blue Crab Research
  • 8/11/04 - NOAA Awards More Than $2.2 Million To The Delaware Department Of Natural Resources And Environmental Control To Purchase Estuarine Lands
  • 8/11/04 - NOAA Awards More Than $1.1 Million To The Maine Atlantic Salmon Commission
  • 8/11/04 - NOAA Awards More Than $900,000 To The University Of South Alabama For Oyster Restoration And Research
  • 8/11/04 - NOAA Grants More Than $500,000 To The North Carolina Floodplain Mapping Program To Fund River Basin Mapping
  • 8/10/04 - NOAA Awards $500,000 To Louisiana Sea Grant College Program
  • 8/10/04 - NOAA Awards More Than $2.4 Million To The Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission To Run Fisheries Data Program
  • 8/10/04 — An Active 2004 Atlantic Hurricane Season Likely
  • 8/9/04 -- Weeping Water’s Farley Amick Honored For Contributions To National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 8/9/04 -- NOAA Hosts Conference To Discuss The Present And Future Of Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary Coral Reefs
  • 8/9/04 -- Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary Sponsors Savannah Ocean Film Festival September 10-12
  • 8/6/04 --NOAA Grants More Than $3.1 Million To Support Coastal Zone Management In Maryland
  • 8/6/04 — NOAA Awards Two Grants For More Than $900,000 To Hawaii’s Oceanic Institute
  • 8/6/04 — NOAA Awards $2.5 Million To The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation
  • 8/5/04 — NOAA Launches New Coral Reef Conservation Program Web Site
  • 8/5/04 — Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Recreational Fishing Representative for Sanctuary Advisory Council
  • 8/5/04 — NOAA Launches New Coral Reef Conservation Program Web Site
  • 8/2/04 — NOAA Recognizes Randolph County, N.C., “StormReady”

July

  • 7/30/04 — NOAA Awards More than $3.3 Million to the University of Oklahoma to Support a Cooperative Institute
  • 7/30/04 — NOAA Awards More than $1.2 Million to Colorado State University to Support a Cooperative Institute
  • 7/30/04 — NOAA Awards More than $500,000 to the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation to Support Salmon Restoration
  • 7/30/04 — NOAA Grants More than $2.9 Million to Support Coastal Zone Management in Massachusetts
  • 7/30/04 — NOAA Awards $193,000 to the California Conservation Corps
  • 7/30/04 — NOAA Awards More than $1 Million to the Klamath River Inter-Tribal Fish and Water Commission for Salmon Recovery
  • 7/30/04 — NOAA Awards More than $2.4 Million to the Regents of the University of California to Conduct Oceanic Research
  • 7/30/04 — NOAA Grants More than $2.8 Million to Support Coastal Zone Management in New York
  • 7/30/04 — NOAA Grants More than $1.8 Million to ADF&G to Support Sea Lion Recovery Efforts
  • 7/29/04 — NOAA Awards More than $2.4 Million to University of South Carolina Research Foundation for Oceanic Research
  • 7/29/04 — U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, NOAA Fisheries Issue Regulations to Improve Endangered Species Consultation Process for Pest Control Products
  • 7/29/04 — NOAA Funded Researchers Forecast Toxic Red Tide in New England
  • 7/28/04 — NOAA Scientists Examine Microbursts with Mobile Radar
  • 7/28/04 — NOAA Awards $386,000 To Gulf of Mexico Foundation
  • 7/28/04 — NOAA Awards $212,155 to California Coastkeeper Alliance for Kelp Restoration
  • 7/28/04 — NOAA Awards $120,625 to Ocean Trust
  • 7/28/04 — NOAA Awards More than $600,000 to the State of Oregon for Estuarine Research
  • 7/28/04 — Commerce Department Announces South Atlantic and Pacific Fishery Management Council Appointments
  • 7/28/04 — NOAA Scientists Continue Nationwide Lecture Series on Human Noise Impact to Marine Mammals
  • 7/27/04 — NOAA Scientists Sight Blue Whales in Alaska
  • 7/27/04 — NOAA, Partners Hail Major Space Communications Breakthrough
  • 7/26/04 — NOAA Awards More than $2.9 Million to Support Coastal Zone Management in Washington State
  • 7/26/04 — NOAA Awards More than $3.6 Million to Wild American Shrimp, Inc. to Market Domestic Shrimp
  • 7/26/04 — NOAA Awards More than $1.6 Million to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
  • 07/26/04 — NOAA Awards More than $500,000 to North Carolina for Estuary Research
  • 07/26/04 — NOAA Awards More than $4.6 Million to Support the National Institute for Undersea Science and Technology
  • 07/26/04 — NOAA Awards More than $1.3 Million to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game
  • 7/26/04 — Largest Air Quality, Climate Study Offers New Insights on Complex Questions
  • 7/26/04 — NOAA Divers Help Identify Historic Shipwreck off Alaska
  • 7/26/04 — NOAA and Ft. Atkinson, Nebraska, Mark the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial
  • 7/26/04 — NOAA, Louisiana Scientists Issue “Dead Zone” Forecast
  • 7/22/04 — NOAA Grants More than $2.9 Million to Support Coastal Zone Management in Maine
  • 7/22/04 — NOAA Awards More than $600,000 to the Saint Tammany Parish Government to Create Public Park
  • 7/22/04 — NOAA Awards $2.3 Million to the Hawai’i Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism
  • 7/22/04 — NOAA Awards More than $800,000 to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game
  • 7/22/04 — NOAA Awards More than $900,000 to the University of Alaska, Fairbanks
  • 7/22/04 — NOAA Awards More than $900,000 to the Prince William Sound Science Center
  • 7/22/04 — NOAA Awards More than $500,000 to the Nature Conservancy
  • 7/22/04 — NOAA Awards $482,500 to FishAmerica Foundation to Restore Coastal Fisheries Habitat
  • 7/22/04 — Plain, Wash. Resident Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 7/22/04 — El Districto De Agua Del Valle Coachella Instala El Primer Transmisor Del Tiempo De NOAA De Lengua Española Del Oeste
  • 7/22/04 — Coachella Valley Water District Installs West’s First Spanish-language NOAA Weather Radio Transmitter
  • 7/21/04 — NOAA Recognizes Midwestern State University as StormReady
  • 7/21/04 — Airline Executives, Federal Aviation Administration and NOAA’s National Weather Service Focus on Worst Weather for Air Travel at Industry Summit
  • 7/20/04 — NOAA Recognizes Elk County, Pa., ‘StormReady’
  • 7/20/04 — NOAA Celebrates Environmental Restoration Accomplishments
  • 7/20/04 — NOAA Reports Record Wet June for Parts of the South, Record Warmth in Alaska
  • 7/19/04 — NOAA Honors Oregonian as Environmental Hero
  • 7/15/04 — NOAA Satellites Help Save 54 Lives During Spring `04
  • 7/15/04 — NOAA Adds Another $1 Million to Cooperative Agreement with University of Wisconsin
  • 7/15/04 — Study Details Distribution, Impacts of Carbon Dioxide in the World Oceans
  • 7/14/04 — NOAA Awards More than $900,000 to the University of Connecticut to Fund Marine Research in the Long Island Sound
  • 7/14/04 — NOAA Awards More than $2.3 Million to Support Coastal Zone Management in Ohio
  • 7/14/04 — NOAA Grants More than $1.1 Million to Support Coastal Zone Management in Minnesota
  • 7/14/04 — NOAA Awards More than $900,000 to Maui Coastal Land Trust to Purchase and Preserve Ocean-front Land
  • 7/14/04 — NOAA Grants More than $2.9 Million to Support Coastal Zone Management in North Carolina
  • 7/14/04 — NOAA Grants More than $1.4 Million to Support Coastal Zone Management in Mississippi
  • 7/14/04 — NOAA Awards More than $1.5 Million to the Town of Yarmouth To Purchase and Preserve Two Estuaries
  • 7/14/04 — NOAA Grants More than $1.1 Million to Support Coastal Zone Management in Indiana
  • 7/14/04 — NOAA Awards More than $2.4 Million to Support Sustainable Use of California’s Coasts
  • 7/14/04 — NOAA Awards $9 Million to Trustees of Columbia University to Support the International Research Institute
  • 7/14/04 — NOAA Awards $1.7 Million to Nutech-03, Inc. to Research Invasive Species
  • 7/14/04 — NOAA Awards More than $500,000 to American Rivers
  • 7/14/04 — NOAA Awards $2.3 Million to Support Steller Sea Lion Research
  • 7/14/04 — Researchers Plan August Hunt for Invasive Lionfish off Carolina Coast
  • 7/13/04 — NOAA Recognizes Bladen County, N.C., “StormReady”
  • 7/12/04 — NOAA Mississippi Offices Provide Early Look at Gulf of Mexico ‘Dead Zone’
  • 7/9/04 — Las Vegas Weather Forecast Office Launches Flash Flood Safety Campaign
  • 7/9/04 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Names Paul Chan CIO
  • 7/8/04 — New Cooperative Study to Explore Effort in the Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Fishery
  • 7/2/04 — NOAA Awards More than $2.8 Million to Support Coastal Zone Management in Alaska
  • 7/2/04 — NOAA Awards More than $600,000 to the Washington State Department of Ecology to Study the Padilla Bay
  • 7/2/04 — NOAA Awards More than $5.9 Million to UCAR to Study Climate and Global Change
  • 7/2/04 — NOAA Awards More than $900,000 to the National Coral Reef Institute of Nova Southeastern University
  • 7/2/04 — NOAA Awards More than $1.3 Million to Support Coastal Zone Management in New Hampshire
  • 7/2/04 — NOAA Awards over $1.5 Million to Restore America's Estuaries
  • 7/2/04 — NOAA Awards $600,000 to the Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council for Sea Turtle Research
  • 7/2/04 — NOAA Awards More than $6 Million to Support Salmon Recovery Efforts by the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission
  • 7/2/04 — NOAA Awards More than $4.9 Million to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
  • 7/2/04 — NOAA Awards $2.7 Million to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game
  • 7/2/04 — NOAA Awards $96,500 to Louisiana Department of Natural Resources
  • 7/1/04 — NOAA National Weather Service Recognizes Contra Costa County As the Second "StormReady" County in California

June

  • 6/30/04 — NOAA Web Site Maps More than 150 Years of Hurricanes
  • 6/30/04 — NOAA Supports Navy’s Search for “Sunken Warbirds”
  • 6/30/04 — NOAA's National Weather Service Recognizes Clearfield County, Pennsylvania as “StormReady"
  • 6/29/04 — Port Managers and Shipping Industry to Benefit from New NOAA Operational Forecast System at Galveston Bay
  • 6/28/04 — Largest Air Quality and Climate Study Starts in New England
  • 6/25/04 — NOAA Awards over $240,000 to Trout Unlimited
  • 6/25/04 — NOAA Awards More than $11 Million to the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board
  • 6/25/04 — NOAA Promotes Life-saving Lightning Awareness Message
  • 6/23/04 — NOAA, U.S. Navy Return to Wreck of Civil War Ironclad USS Monitor
  • 6/23/04 — Radar Project Receives NOAA Tech Transfer Award
  • 6/23/04 — NOAA Seeks Comments on Application to Harass Marine Mammals
  • 6/23/04 — NOAA Scientist Receives Prestigious Award for Work on Ozone Hole
  • 6/22/04 — NOAA Honors University of California at Santa Barbara as First TsunamiReady University in Nation
  • 6/22/04 — Program Director Named to Lead COOP Modernization
  • 6/22/04 — Commerce Secretary Evans Certifies Iceland For Its Whale Hunt: Keeps Japan Certified
  • 6/22/04 — Major NOAA Outreach Effort Kicks Off as Part of Smithsonian’s Annual Folklife Festival
  • 6/21/04 — International Conference Explores Avoiding Volcanic Ash Hazards To Aviation
  • 6/21/04 — U.S., Indian Space Agencies Strengthen Satellite Agreement: Bilateral Cooperation Improves Earth Observation
  • 6/21/04 — NOAA Issues 2004 Experimental Eastern Pacific Hurricane Outlook
  • 6/18/04 — Draft Recovery Plan Issued for Maine Atlantic Salmon
  • 6/18/04 — NOAA Deactivates NOAA-11 Satellite
  • 6/18/04 — NOAA Reports Third Warmest Spring On Record For U.S.
  • 6/18/04 — NOAA Announces New International Monsoon Research Program
  • 6/18/04 — “Lightning Kills, Play It Safe”
  • 6/17/04 — NOAA Installs Nation’s First Underwater Geodetic Marker: Restored Coral Reef In Keys Maine Sanctuary Chosen as Marker Site
  • 6/17/04 — Agilent Technologies Earns Nation’s First National Weather Service StormReady Supporter Recognition
  • 6/17/04 — Homeland Security Uses NOAA All-Hazards Network for Alerts and Warnings
  • 6/17/04 — NOAA Symposium Focuses on 50th Anniversary of Weather Models
  • 6/16/04 — U.S. Fish Stocks are Rebounding, According to Government Report NOAA Releases 2003 Status of Fisheries of the United States to Congress
  • 6/16/04 — NOAA's National Weather Service Recognizes Fallon County as StormReady
  • 6/16/04 — Commerce Department Announces 2004 Ocean Fishery Council Appointments
  • 6/14/04 — NOAA Scientists Continue Nationwide Lecture Series on Human Noise Impact to Marine Mammals
  • 6/14/04 — Trustees Establish Oyster Restoration Sanctuary Oyster Recovery Partnership Celebrates Seeding of 10 Million Oysters
  • 6/14/04 — NOAA Brokers Agreement to Remove Dams and Protect Threatened Steelhead
  • 6/10/04 — NOAA Scientists Continue Nationwide Lecture Series on Human Noise Impact to Marine Mammals
  • 6/9/04 — Annapolis Resident to Receive NOAA Environmental Hero Award In Honor of Cordell Bank Support
  • 6/9/04 — Applicants Sought for Advisory Council at Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary
  • 6/9/04 — NOAA’s Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Members For Advisory Council
  • 6/9/04 — NOAA Signs Cooperative Agreement with University of New Hampshire
  • 6/8/04 — $2,000 Penalty Assessed for Illegal Attempted Sale of Sperm Whale Oil over Internet
  • 6/7/04 — NOAA Honors Coronado’s John O’brien with Mark Trail Award For Weather Support
  • 6/7/04 — Hydrologist Bob Stucky Receives National Weather Service Max A. Kohler Award
  • 6/7/04 — NOAA Seeks Comments on Application to Harass Marine Mammals
  • 6/4/04 — New York Fishermen Penalized for Exceeding Bluefin Tuna Limits, Making False Statements to an Officer
  • 6/4/04 — NOAA Announces New Ports® Program for New Haven, Conn.
  • 6/4/04 — Fishermen Penalized $60,000 for Failure to Transmit Timely Positional Reports
  • 6/3/04 — NOAA Honors Three Pennsylvania Partners for Support of NOAA Weather Radio, All Hazards
  • 6/3/04 — NOAA Honors Idaho’s Boundary County Translator District For Weather Support
  • 6/3/04 — NOAA Honors Cherokee Village Mayor with Mark Trail Award
  • 6/3/04 — NOAA Honors Hattiesburg, Mississippi with Mark Trail Award
  • 6/3/04 — NOAA Honors South Texas Emergency Manager with Mark Trail Award
  • 6/3/04 — NOAA Honors North Carolina’s Division of Crime Control and Public Safety
  • 6/3/04 — NOAA Honors Cherry County’s Eilene Brannon for Weather Radio Support
  • 6/3/04 — NOAA Honors Eddy County Emergency Management
  • 6/3/04 — NOAA Honors Gillette’s David King for Weather Radio Support
  • 6/3/04 — NOAA Honors Minnesota Homeland Security, EMA, DOT
  • 6/3/04 — NOAA Honors Meade County Local Emergency Planning Committee
  • 6/3/04 — NOAA Honors Garland County Department of Emergency Management with Mark Trail Award
  • 6/3/04 — Andy Patrick to Oversee NOAA’s National Weather Service Forecast Office in Brownsville, Texas
  • 6/2/04 — Ocean Experts Share Science, Policies at International Forum in Hawaii
  • 6/2/04 — NOAA Releases National Estuaries Restoration Inventory
  • 6/2/04 — NOAA's National Weather Service Recognizes Somerset County as "StormReady"
  • 6/2/04 — Flood Stage at Great Chazy River Raised
  • 6/2/04 — NOAA Announces New Ports® Program for Tacoma
  • 6/2/04 — Public Invited to Discuss Proposed Recreational Fisheries Strategic Plan in Peabody, Massachusetts
  • 6/2/04 — Public Invited to Discuss Proposed Recreational Fisheries Strategic Plan in Tuckerton, New Jersey
  • 6/1/04 — New York Department of Environmental Protection and National Weather Service Team to Share Data, Improve Forecasts
  • 6/1/04 — National Weather Service Product Means Better Air Quality Warnings for the Northeastern U.S.
  • 6/1/04 —National Weather Service Product Means Better Air Quality Warnings for the Northeastern U.S.
  • 6/1/04 — New Strategy Proposed to Reduce Ship Collisions with Endangered North Atlantic Right Whales

May

  • 5/28/04 — NOAA Fisheries Expresses Continued Commitment to Pacific Salmon Recovery with New Hatchery Policy
  • 5/28/04 — EPA and NOAA National Weather Service Adopt New Global Ultraviolet Index Guidelines
  • 5/28/04 — NOAA Grants More than $25 Million to the Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation
  • 5/28/04 — NOAA’s Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Announces New Advisory Council Members
  • 5/27/04 — NOAA Awards over $240,000 to the Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership
  • 5/27/04 — NOAA’s Monterey Bay Sanctuary Launches Summer 2004 Kayaker Outreach Program
  • 5/27/04 — Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and Underwater Preserve Seeks Volunteer Advisors
  • 5/25/04 — NOAA-Supported Mission Finds Asphalt Volcanism and Chemosynthetic Life in Southern Gulf of Mexico
  • 5/24/04 — New Climate Monitoring Network Now Operating in Death Valley, California
  • 5/24/04 — NOAA Scientists Continue Nationwide Lecture Series on Human Noise Impact to Marine Mammals
  • 5/24/04 — NOAA, U.S. Lifesaving Association Launch "Break the Grip of the Rip" National Public Awareness Campaign on Rip Currents
  • 5/21/04 — Turn Around, Don't Drown Flood Safety Campaign Enters Second Year
  • 5/21/04 — VT Halter Marine and NOAA to Hold Keel Laying Ceremony for Second New Fisheries Survey Vessel
  • 5/21/04 — NOAA Scientists Hunt for ‘Lions’ in the Atlantic
  • 5/20 04 — National Weather Service Dedicates New Environmentally Friendly Building
  • 5/19/04 — NOAA and St. Charles, Mo. Mark the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial
  • 5/19/04 — NOAA and Washington, Mo. Mark the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial
  • 5/18/04 — NOAA Expects near Average Central Pacific Hurricane Season
  • 5/17/04 — Student Team from New Hampshire’s Winnacunnet High School Names NOAA’s New Fisheries Vessel
  • 5/17/04 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Recognizes Centre County, Penn., StormReady
  • 5/17/04 — NOAA Fisheries Invites Marine Anglers to Discuss Proposed Strategic Plan
  • 5/17/04 — Above-Normal 2004 Atlantic Hurricane Season Predicted
  • 5/14/04 — Teacher Curtis Watkins of Lathrop High School in Fairbanks, Alaska, to Get Hands-on Research Experience Aboard NOAA Ship
  • 5/13/04 — NOAA Scientists Continue Nationwide Lecture Series on Human Noise Impact to Marine Mammals
  • 5/13/04 — NOAA, Partners Film Active Deep-sea Volcanic Activity: Liquid Co2, Rare Mix of Chemical, Sunlight-based Life
  • 5/13/04 — Letter From NOAA Administrator Conrad C. Lautenbacher Concerning Proposals to Renew Listings of Northwest Salmon and Proposed Hatchery Policy Changes
  • 5/12/04 — NOAA Strengthens Cooperative Agreement with Climate Studies Institute at University of Maryland
  • 5/12/04 — NOAA and Illinois Mark the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial
  • 5/11/04 — National Weather Service Names Tooele Army Depot in Utah as the First Military Facility in Nation to Become StormReady
  • 5/11/04 — Mary Dudley Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 5/10/04 — Researchers to Use Infrared Laser-scan to Create 3-D Model of the USS Monitor’s Turret and Steam Engine
  • 5/10/04 — NOAA Commissions Coastal Research Ship Nancy Foster in Charleston
  • 5/6/04 — NOAA Strengthens Cooperative Agreement for Meteorological Satellite Studies Institute at University of Wisconsin
  • 5/6/04 — NOAA Outlines Management Issues for Billfish, Swordfish, Tuna and Shark Fisheries Seeks Comment on Options Identified by Constituents
  • 5/6/04 — NOAA Fisheries Invites Marine Anglers to Discuss Proposed Strategic Plan
  • 5/6/04 — President Honors Two NOAA Scientists
  • 5/6/04 — Three from NOAA Receive Prestigious Recognition at White House
  • 5/5/04 — Baseline and Flood Stage Changes to Be Made to River Gauge for Talkeetna River
  • 5/3/04 — Soraya Flores-Guirreri Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 5/3/04 — NOAA Deactivates GOES-8 after 10 Years of Service

April

  • 4/30/04 — New San Diego Marine NOAA Weather Radio Transmitter Dedicated
  • 4/28/04 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Designates Cheyenne and Kit Carson Counties Stormready Communities
  • 4/28/04 — NOAA Fisheries Invites Marine Anglers to Discuss Proposed Recreational Fisheries Strategic Plan in Dania Beach, Florida
  • 4/28/04 — NOAA Fisheries Invites Marine Anglers to Discuss Proposed Strategic Plan
  • 4/27/04 — Redmond, Ore., Teacher Kirk Beckendorf Selected as NOAA Teacher in the Field
  • 4/27/04 — Teacher Geoff Goodenow of Lewisburg, Pa., to Get Hands-on Research Experience Aboard NOAA Ship
  • 4/27/04 — NOAA Ship Rude Finds Wreck in Narragansett Bay
  • 4/27/04 — University at Albany First Academic Institution in State to Be Designated StormReady
  • 4/27/04 — NOAA Offers New Geodesy Educational Discovery Kit
  • 4/26/04 — Shawn Bennett to Oversee NOAA’s National Weather Service Forecast Office in Ruskin, Fla.
  • 4/26/04 — 47 Countries, European Commission Agree to Take “Pulse of the Planet”
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Observes Earth Day by Naming Louisiana Student for Internship
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Observes Earth Day by Naming Chicago, Ill., Student for Internship
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Observes Earth Day by Naming Alexandria, Va., Student for Internship
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Observes Earth Day By Naming Las Vegas, N.M., Student for Internship
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Observes Earth Day by Naming Manasquan, N.J. Student for Internship
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Observes Earth Day by Naming Georgia Student for Internship
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Observes Earth Day by Naming New York Student for Internship
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Observes Earth Day by Naming Deer Park, Texas Student for Internship
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Observes Earth Day by Naming Mississippi Student for Internship
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Observes Earth Day by Naming Local South Carolina State University Student for Internship
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Observes Earth Day by Naming St. Croix Student for Internship
  • 4/22/04 — Georgia Marine Educator Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA’s National Ocean Service Honors 2004 Environmental Heroes
  • 4/22/04 — Pauline Dyer and Ian Miller to Receive NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/22/04 — Monterey Bay Kayaks and Hannah Nevins of Moss Landing Marine Laboratories to Receive NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/22/04 — Retired Television Engineer Ron Valley Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/22/04 — Half Moon Bay Fisherman Pietro Parravano Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/22/04 — Local Public Television Station Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/20/04 — NOAA Reaches $100,000 Settlement with New Jersey Fisherman
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Hails Seattle Engineer as National Environmental Hero
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Fisheries Honors Ocean Trust President and Founding Director Thor Lassen as Environmental Hero
  • 4/22/04 — Wayne Johnson Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/22/04 — J. David Lambert Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/22/04 — Anthony Guillory and Paul Meyer Receive NOAA Environmental Hero Awards
  • 4/22/04 — KLOE’S Curtis Duncan Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/22/04 — LeRoy Jones and Harry Davis Jr. Receive NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Great Lakes Laboratory Celebrates 30 Years of Research
  • 4/22/04 — Dr. Nikolai F. Elansky Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/22/04 — NOAA Recognizes 2004 Environmental Heroes
  • 4/21/04 — NOAA Seeks Comments on Air Force’s Proposal to Conduct Weapons Tests
  • 4/19/04 — Patty Miller Named Maui Program Coordinator for Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary
  • 4/19/04 — NOAA National Weather Service and Bingham County Disaster Services Recognizes New River Forecast Point for Blackfoot, Idaho
  • 4/19/04 — Northeast Groundfish Rules Ready on Schedule
  • 4/19/04 — 47 Countries Pioneer ‘Earth EKG’
  • 4/16/04 — NOAA Awards More than $600,000 to the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission
  • 4/16/04 — NOAA Satellites and Information Service Gets New CFO
  • 4/15/04 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Designates Murray-Calloway County, Kentucky a StormReady Community
  • 4/15/04 — Tornadoes to Floods, Thunderstorms to Blizzards – McKean County, Pennsylvania Earns ‘StormReady’ Title
  • 4/15/04 — NOAA Scientists Continue Nationwide Lecture Series on Human Noise Impact to Marine Mammals
  • 4/15/04 — NOAA Reports Third Warmest March on Record for Contiguous U.S.; Drought Continued to Affect Much of the West
  • 4/15/04 — NOAA’s Richard Spinrad Named U.S. Representative to UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Executive Committee
  • 4/14/04 — NOAA’s Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary Announces New Advisory Council Members
  • 4/14/04 — NOAA Transfers Research Vessel to Elizabeth City State University
  • 4/13/04 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Designates Banner County, Neb., a Stormready Community
  • 4/13/04 — High-resolution, Real Time Radar Data Now Available from NOAA
  • 4/13/04 — NOAA Computer System Is “First Step” Toward Easier Access to Environmental Data
  • 4/12/04 — Scientists Find a New Way to Track Origins of ‘Greenhouse’ Ozone
  • 4/12/04 — NOAA Researcher Says Saharan Air Layer Connected to Atlantic Hurricane Suppression and Intensity Change
  • 4/12/04 — Nighttime Chemistry Affects Ozone Formation, Say NOAA Scientists and Colleagues
  • 4/10/04 — Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary Creates New ‘Sea Monsters’ Poster and Web Site
  • 4/9/04 — NOAA Amends Grant for First Cooperative Institute for Satellite Oceanography at Oregon State University
  • 4/9/04 — NOAA Buoy to Support Humanitarian Efforts in Haiti
  • 4/8/04 — NWS Meteorologist Bill Read Receives National Hurricane Conference Public Education Award
  • 4/8/04 — NOAA Satellites Play Key Role in 60 Rescues, So Far in `04
  • 4/6/04 — NOAA Awards More than $1.9 Million to the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission
  • 4/5/04 — U.S., Canada Announce Plan to Reintroduce Killer Whale to Pod
  • 4/2/04 — NOAA Fisheries Receives Reports of Marine Mammal Shooting
  • 4/2/04 — NOAA Deputy Chief Information Officer Named One of the Nation’s Top Information Technology Professionals
  • 4/1/04 — NOAA Leading the Way in Tsunami Research and Education

March

  • 3/31/04 — Tsunami Warning Center Becomes First “Green” Certified Building in Alaska
  • 3/29/04 — NOAA Talks with Stakeholders: Tell Us Where and How to Improve
  • 3/39/04 — New Climate Monitoring Network Now Operating in Texas
  • 3/27/04 — Volunteers Count Whales from the Shores of O‘ahu, Kaua‘i and the Big Island
  • 3/26/04 — NOAA Team Postpones Attempt to Remove Ropes from Endangered Right Whale
  • 3/25/04 — NOAA Team Plans Friday Attempt to Remove Ropes from Endangered Right Whale
  • 3/25/04 — Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary Sponsors ‘Fantastic Fishes’ Award in Popular Sidewalk Arts Festival
  • 3/24/04 — NOAA’s Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary Announces Advisory Council Members
  • 3/24/04 — Rough Seas Thwart NOAA Team Attempt to Remove Rope from Endangered Right Whale
  • 3/24/04 — NOAA Awards More than $1.4 Million to the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
  • 3/24/04 — NOAA Awards More than $1.1 Million to the University of Georgia Research Foundation
  • 3/23/04 — NOAA Announces Funding for Salt Marsh Restoration in Barnstable, Massachusetts
  • 3/22/04 — NOAA Assembles Rescue Team to Sedate Whale, Cut Line
  • 3/22/04 — NOAA Announces $100,000 to Help Restore Clam Bayou
  • 3/2204 — NOAA Announces $114,188 to Help Restore Fishery Habitat In Stump Sound, N.C.
  • 3/22/04 — NOAA Announces $408,363 for Southeast Fishery Habitat Restoration
  • 3/22/04 — McNab to Continue Serving Federal Prison Sentence for Lobster Smuggling
  • 3/22/04 — NOAA, United Nations Environment Program Announce Creation of Caribbean Coordination Office for White to Blue Water Activities
  • 3/19/04 — NOAA Issues 2004 U.S. Spring Outlook - Drought Concerns Continue in Parts of the West, Lowered Risk of Flooding Across Country
  • 3/19/04 — More than 60 Bottlenose Dolphins Die in Unusual Mortality Event in Florida
  • 3/19/04 — NOAA Awards $46,000 to Karuk Tribe
  • 3/18/04 — NOAA and Partners Take to Air, Land, and Sea to Study New England Air Quality
  • 3/18/04 — NOAA’s Reserve Draft Operations Plan for the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Coral Reef Ecosystem Available for Public Comment
  • 3/18/04 — Train Travels Across Siberia Sampling the Air During Joint NOAA Study
  • 3/18/04 — NOAA Reports Colder-Than-Average Winter in Eastern U.S. Above Average Precipitation Improves Drought Conditions in Parts of West
  • 3/17/04 — Keeping the Game Safe – NOAA Teams with Little League Baseball On Lightning Safety Awareness
  • 3/17/04 — NOAA Announces Funding for Alaska Fisheries Habitat Restoration
  • 3/17/04 — Fisherman Penalized for Multiple Fishing Violations
  • 3/17/04 — NOAA Issues May 2003 Tornado Service Assessment Report
  • 3/16/04 — O’ahu Educator Dan Van Ravenswaay Flies Aboard NOAA Jet as NOAA Teacher in the Air
  • 3/16/04 — Hurricane Researcher to Receive NOAA-David Johnson Award
  • 3/16/04 — NOAA Awards $100,000 to Save the Bay
  • 3/15/04 — NOAA: Where Science Creates Value for America
  • 3/15/04 — New Climate Monitoring Network Now Operating in West Virginia
  • 3/15/04 — Northeast Regional Bycatch Workshop Set for June Organizers Call for Posters
  • 3/15/04 — NOAA Fisheries Implements New Regulations for Longline Fishing off West Coast
  • 3/15/04 — Analyzing Saharan Dust Aerosol Focus of Atlantic Research Cruise
  • 3/12/04 — NOAA’S National Geodetic Survey Marks Launch of Nation’s First New Nickel in 66 Years in Philadelphia Ceremonies
  • 3/11/04 — Barnwell and Edgefield Counties Designated “StormReady”
  • 3/11/04 — New Aviation Weather Product Aids Icing Condition Forecasts
  • 3/10/04 — Ten NOAA Scientists among ‘Top Cited’ Within Scientific Community
  • 3/9/04 — NOAA Fisheries Updates Fisheries Research Plan
  • 3/9/04 — NOAA Fisheries to Release Crab Rationalization Document
  • 3/8/04 — NOAA Scientists to Kick off Nationwide Lecture Series on Human Noise Impact to Marine Mammals
  • 3/8/04 — NOAA and St. Louis, Missouri Mark the Trail of Lewis and Clark
  • 3/8/04 — NOAA Announces Funds for Environmental Education in the Monterey Bay Watershed, Calls for Grant Applications
  • 3/8/04 — NOAA Announces Addition to PORTS® Observation Suite
  • 3/8/04 — NOAA Fisheries Hosts Crab Buyback Meetings
  • 3/8/04 — NOAA Recognizes Eureka Hydrologist with Highest National Weather Service Award
  • 3/8/04 — NOAA Awards More than $1.4 Million to the University of Southern Mississippi
  • 3/5/04 — Results from Monitoring Help Highlight Water Quality Issues in Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
  • 3/5/04 — NOAA Continues to Investigate Seal Deaths in New England
  • 3/4/04 — Ice Jam Flooding Threatens Northeastern United States During Spring Thaw
  • 3/3/04 — NOAA Awards Nearly $1.8 Million to the Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council
  • 3/3/04 — NOAA Obtains $10,000 Settlement for Debris Dumped in Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary to Attract Lobsters
  • 3/3/04 — NOAA Extends Deadline for Applicants for Sanctuary Advisory Council
  • 3/3/04 — NOAA and Louisiana Spatial Reference Center Partner with St. Charles Parish Schools and Government
  • 3/1/04 — NOAA Awards More than $2.4 Million to the Research Foundation of State University of New York

February

  • 2/28/04 — Volunteers Count Whales from the Shores of O‘ahu, Kaua‘i and the Big Island
  • 2/27/04 — NOAA’S National Weather Service Presents “TsunamiReady” and “StormReady” Certification to Kodiak, Alaska
  • 2/27/04 — Owner and Operator of North Carolina Fishing Vessel Issued Stiff Penalty for Denying Observer Permission to Board
  • 2/26/04 — Lt. Daniel Karlson, NOAA Corps, of Annapolis, Md., Named Junior Officer of the Year
  • 2/26/04 — Climate, Water & Weather Division Chief Appointed Deputy Director of National Weather Service Southern Region
  • 2/26/04 — NOAA Releases New Manual on Coastal Habitat Restoration Monitoring
  • 2/25/04 — New Research of NOAA Data Uses Metabolic Rates to Help Determine the Health of Estuaries
  • 2/25/04 — Earth Observation System Moves Forward with Working Group Meeting in South Africa
  • 2/24/04 — NOAA Seeks Comment on Proposal to Lessen Fishing Impacts on Sea Turtles & Reopen Grand Banks to U.S. Pelagic Longline Fleet
  • 2/20/04 — NOAA Responds to Oil Spill in Mississippi River
  • 2/20/04 — NOAA Web Site Lets You Explore Undersea Vents on Submarine Ring of Fire
  • 2/19/04 — NOAA Leads Research Mission of U.S. Virgin Islands Underwater Habitats
  • 2/19/04 — National Leaders Attend Groundbreaking for Florida Keys Eco-Discovery Center
  • 2/19/04 — Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary to Host Sanctuary Advisory Chairs Meeting
  • 2/19/04 — NOAA Announces National Student Contest to Visit Undersea Lab Aquarius in Florida
  • 2/18/04 — NOAA Selects Pier for Reactivated Ship
  • 2/18/04 — NOAA Launches Redeveloped Web Site on U.S. Marine Protected Areas
  • 2/18/04 — NOAA Fisheries Proposes Pound Net Regulations to Protect Sea Turtles in the Virginia Chesapeake Bay
  • 2/17/04 — NOAA Presents $535,000 Grant to Hawaii’s East-west Center for Pacific Island Climate Services
  • 2/17/04 — Fairbanks Educator John Fink Flies Aboard Noaa Jet as First Noaa Teacher in the Sky
  • 2/17/04 — NOAA Selects Pier for New Fisheries Vessel
  • 2/17/04 — NOAA Announces Important New Humpback Whale Research
  • 2/17/04 — Tornadoes to Floods, Thunderstorms to Blizzards, Bedford County, Pennsylvania Earns “StormReady” Title
  • 2/17/04 — NOAA Fisheries Prepares for Buyback Bidding
  • 2/17/04 — NOAA Seeks Feedback from GOES Satellite Data Users
  • 2/17/04 — NOAA Reports Northeastern U.S. Colder-Than-Average in January Rest of Country Closer to Normal Temperatures
  • 2/13/04 — Partnerships Theme of National Severe Weather Workshop
  • 2/13/04 — Monongalia County Designated “StormReady”
  • 2/12/04 — NOAA Honored with Workplace Excellence Seal of Approval
  • 2/12/04 — NOAA Fisheries to Award $900,000 for Projects Through the Endangered Species Act
  • 2/11/04 — NOAA Fisheries Announces Availability of Identification Guide for Sharks, Tunas and Billfishes
  • 2/9/04 — Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary Hosts Sanctuary Advisory Council Meeting
  • 2/9/04 — New Manager Named FOR NOAA’s Gulf of the Farallones Marine Sanctuary
  • 2/6/04 — NOAA Awards More than $2.9 Million to Louisiana State University
  • 2/5/04 — NOAA Administrator Announces 2005 Budget Request
  • 2/4/04 — NOAA’s Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Announces Advisory Council Members
  • 2/4/04 — NOAA’s Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Applicants for Sanctuary Advisory Council
  • 2/2/04 — NOAA Works with Ekkosoft.us to Bring Tidal Information to Cell Phone Users

January

  • 1/31/04 — Volunteers Count Whales from the Shores of O‘ahu, Kaua‘i, the Big Island and Kaho‘olawe
  • 1/30/04 — NOAA Reminder: Do Not Feed or Interact with Hawaiian Monk Seals
  • 1/29/04 — National Sea Grant College Program Names New Legal Director
  • 1/29/04 — NOAA Ocean Service Chief Scientist Heads Michigan Sea Grant
  • 1/29/04 — NOAA’s Gray’s Reef Sanctuary Advisory Council Welcomes Three New Members
  • 1/28/04 — U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Marine Fisheries Service Propose Regulations to Improve Endangered Species Consultation Process for Pest and Rodent Control Products
  • 1/28/04 — Survey Results Give High Marks to NOAA’s National Weather Service
  • 1/26/04 — NOAA Fisheries Reminds Boaters: Give Right Whales Wide Berth
  • 1/26/04 — Bush Administration Announces $10 Million Increase for Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund
  • 1/23/04 — Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary Holds Sanctuary Advisory Council Meeting
  • 1/22/04 — NOAA Satellites Aid in 224 Rescues in 2003; Personal Locator Beacons, Online Registration Get National Debut
  • 1/16/04 — NOAA Administrator Visits Tampa Portfield Site
  • 1/16/04 — New Marine NOAA Weather Radio Transmitter Serves Tampa Bay and Adjacent Coastal Waters
  • 1/15/04 — NOAA’s Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Community Applicants for Sanctuary Advisory Council
  • 1/15/04 — Savannah Proclaims January 16th as Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary Day
  • 1/15/04 — NOAA Establishes Hydrographic Services Federal Advisory Committee
  • 1/14/04 — NOAA National Weather Service Science Officer Receives Award from American Meteorological Society
  • 1/14/04 — NOAA/National Weather Service Employee Honored by American Meteorological Society
  • 1/14/04 — American Meteorological Society Honors Former Deputy Director of NOAA/NWS Southern Region
  • 1/14/04 — American Meteorological Society Honors Former NOAA/NWS Forecaster
  • 1/14/04 — All-Hazard NOAA Weather Radio Recognized for Community Safety Contributions
  • 1/13/04 — NOAA to Commemorate 50th Anniversary of Computer Weather Modeling
  • 1/13/04 — “Mile High” Weather Observers at Mt. Rainier National Park Receive National Weather Service Public Appreciation Award
  • 1/13/04 — NOAA/NWS Southern Region Forecasters to Receive National Isaac Cline Award
  • 1/13/04 — NOAA Hosts National Student Summit on Ocean Issues
  • 1/13/04 — New Climate Monitoring Network Now Operational
  • 1/12/04 — NOAA Researcher Honored by American Meteorological Society
  • 1/12/04 — NOAA/NWS Southern Region Division Chief Honored by American Meteorological Society
  • 1/12/04 — NOAA Issues Draft Policy to Update “Fair Weather” Partnerships
  • 1/12/04 — NOAA E-Charts Pass the One Million Mark
  • 1/9/04 — NOAA Experts Share Science and Policies at National Meteorological Meeting in Seattle
  • 1/9/04 — NOAA Joins CEA in Announcing New Standard for Public Alert Receivers
  • 1/9/04 — David Johnson Sworn in as New Director of NOAA’s National Weather Service
  • 1/9/04 — NOAA Joins CEA in Announcing New Standard for Public Alert Receivers
  • 1/7/04 — NOAA's Joseph Schaefer Receives 2003 Presidential Rank Award
  • 1/7/04 — Veteran Boerne, Texas Weather Observer Receives National Weather Service Recognition
  • 1/7/04 — Veteran Gainesville, Florida Weather Observer Receives National Weather Service Recognition
  • 1/5/04 — NOAA, Industry Develop Technology That Saves Sea Turtles; U.S. Calls on Other Fishing Nations to Join Effort
  • 1/2/04 — Livingston, Montana Area Gets New Weather Warning System
  • 1/2/04 — NOAA Science Advisory Board To Receive Research Review Team Report
 

 

 

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