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December

  • 12/28/05 — Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Applicants for Sanctuary Advisory Council
  • 12/21/05 — NOAA Teacher at Sea Program Launches New Web Site
  • 12/16/05 — NASA Joins Interagency Response to 'Devastating' Coral Bleaching in Caribbean with Emergency Scientific Team
  • 12/16/05 — Beth Jones Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 12/15/05 — NOAA Reports Warmer 2005 for U.S., Near-Record Warmth Globally; Hurricanes, Floods, Snow, Wildfires All Notable
  • 12/15/05 — Editha Bartley Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 12/14/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Dana Point, Calif., TsunamiReady and StormReady
  • 12/13/05 — Peggy Wolf Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 12/13/05 — NOAA Declares Pacific County, Wash., as TsunamiReady and StormReady
  • 12/13/05 — Commerce Secretary Awards Medal to NOAA Weather Forecast Team for Work During Last Winter’s Ohio Valley Snow and Floods
  • 12/13/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Both Portsmouth, R.I., and Smithfield, R.I., StormReady
  • 12/12/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Montana’s Roosevelt County and Fort Peck Reservation StormReady
  • 12/12/05 – NOAA’s National Weather Service Recognizes Dorchester County, S.C., StormReady
  • 12/12/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Saluda County, South Carolina, StormReady
  • 12/9/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Hawai`i the First TsunamiReady State in the U.S.
  • 12/8/05 — Betty Dunlap Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 12/8/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Washington County, Pa., StormReady
  • 12/8/05 — NOAA Offers $700,000 in Environmental Education Grants That Focus on Bay Area – Farallones Marine Sanctuary Watershed
  • 12/8/05 — NOAA Offers $350,000 in Environmental Education Grants That Focus on Santa Barbara/Ventura Area-Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary Watershed
  • 12/7/05 — Bay Program Executive Council Adopts Fisheries Ecosystem Management
  • 12/7/05 — Florida Keys Sanctuary Charts a New Course with College Lecture Series
  • 12/6/05 — Commerce Department Awards Silver Medal to National Weather Service Rip Current Program Pioneers
  • 12/6/05 — Commerce Department Awards Silver Medal to Austin/San Antonio National Weather Service Forecast Office
  • 12/6/05 — Commerce Department Presents Gold Medal to National Hurricane Center and Eight National Weather Service Offices
  • 12/6/05 — Commerce Department Awards Silver Medal to Omaha/ Valley National Weather Service Forecast Office
  • 12/6/05 — Varena Blackman Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 12/6/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Long County, Ga., StormReady
  • 12/6/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Bulloch County, Ga., StormReady
  • 12/6/05 — NOAA Organizes Rescue Team to Disentangle North Atlantic Right Whale
  • 12/5/05 — NOAA, NASA, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. Use Unmanned Aircraft for Environmental Research and Disaster Protection
  • 12/5/05 — Billy Andrews Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 12/2/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Awards Family Heritage Award to the Jennison Family for 100 Years of Support
  • 12/1/05 — William Ward Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 12/1/05 — Jay Bunyard Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program

November

  • 11/29/05 — NOAA Reviews Record-Setting 2005 Atlantic Hurricane Season
  • 11/29/05 — NOAA’s Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Applicants for Sanctuary Advisory Council
  • 11/28/05 — NOAA Seattle Lab Wins Gold Medal for Tsunami Research
  • 11/28/05 — NOAA Princeton Lab Wins Silver Medal for Climate Modeling
  • 11/28/05 — New NOAA Weather Radio All-Hazards Transmitter Installed in Washington County, Ohio
  • 11/28/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Berkeley County, S.C., StormReady
  • 11/28/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Calhoun County, South Carolina, StormReady
  • 11/28/05 — National Weather Service Unveils New Precipitation Web Page
  • 11/28/05 — NOAA Cross-Cutting Team Wins Silver Medal for Air Quality Forecasting
  • 11/26/05 — Spotted Seatrout Tops U.S. Saltwater Recreational Catches
  • 11/23/05 — Agriculture Industry Partnership with Monterey Bay Sanctuary Earns California Governor’s Environmental and Economic Leadership Award
  • 11/22/05 — U.S. Fisheries Chief, William Hogarth, Elected to Chair International Fisheries Commission
  • 11/21/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Hampton County, S.C., StormReady
  • 11/21/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Jasper County, S.C., StormReady
  • 11/18/05 — Record Wet October for Northeast, Warmer than Average for U.S., Record Warm October for Globe
  • 11/18/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Hasbrouck Heights, N.J., StormReady
  • 11/17/05 — NOAA Offers New Educational Discovery Kit on Nonpoint Source Pollution
  • 11/17/05 — NOAA Provides Vital Computer Equipment to Mississippi Department of Marine Resources for Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts
  • 11/17/05 — NOAA Accepting Proposals for Dam and Stream Barrier Removal Projects
  • 11/16/05 — Canada, Mexico, and U.S. Participate in North American Ensemble Forecast System Ceremony
  • 11/16/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Orange County, Calif., StormReady
  • 11/15/05 — Fisheries Agency Lists Puget Sound Killer Whales as Endangered
  • 11/15/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Wicomico County, Md., StormReady
  • 11/15/02 — NOAA Awards Nearly $800,000 to Forecast Sea Level Rise in North Carolina’s Estuarine Habitat
  • 11/15/05 — NOAA Awards First Installment of $2.3 Million Grant to University of Michigan to Study Hypoxia Impact on Estuarine Ecosystems
  • 11/15/05 — NOAA Awards over $460,000 to Forecast Sea Level Rise and Erosion in North Carolina
  • 11/15/05 — NOAA Awards First Installment of $135,314 Grant to the Virginia Institute of Marine Science to Study Hypoxia Impact on Fish in Delaware Bay
  • 11/15/05 — NOAA Awards First Installment of $2.5 Million Grant to University of Rhode Island to Study Hypoxia in Estuarine Ecosystems
  • 11/14/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Selects Scott Reynolds to Oversee the Center Weather Service Unit in Nashua, N.H.
  • 11/14/05 — Dutch Harbor-Unalaska, Alaska and New Bedford, Mass., Land Top U.S. Fishing Ports Rankings for 2004
  • 11/14/05 — NOAA Study Shows Neatness Counts in Preventing Dolphin Entanglement in Crab Pot Fisheries
  • 11/10/05 — NOAA Marks Westward End of Lewis and Clark’s Historic Journey
  • 11/8/05 — Citizen Volunteers Sample Nature’s ‘First Flush’ of Storm Water into Monterey Bay Sanctuary
  • 11/8/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Virginia Beach, Va., StormReady
  • 11/7/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Henderson County, N.C., StormReady
  • 11/3/05 — Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council to Hold First Meeting
  • 11/3/05 — NOAA’s Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Applicants for Advisory Council
  • 11/1/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Kent, Wash., StormReady

October

  • 10/31/07 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Mayes County, Okla., StormReady
  • 10/31/05 — Applications Accepted until Jan. 31 for NOAA Minority-serving Institution Scholarship Program
  • 10/27/05 — NOAA Announces GOES-R Contract Awards
  • 10/26/05 — Intertidal Marsh and Beach Restoration Completed for Chalk Point Oil Spill
  • 10/26/05 — Initial White Shrimp Samples from Mississippi Sound Show No Elevated Contaminants
  • 10/25/05 — Janet L. Zieg and James Wood Jr., Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 10/25/05 — Janet L. Zieg and James Wood Jr., Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 10/24/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Petroleum County and Winnett, Mont., StormReady
  • 10/24/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Sand Springs, Okla., StormReady
  • 10/24/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Petroleum County and Winnett, Mont., StormReady
  • 10/24/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Sand Springs, Okla., StormReady
  • 10/24/05 — Major Coral Bleaching Event Expands Across Caribbean, Severe in Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands
  • 10/21/05 — NOAA Sea Grant Programs Provide Information to Gulf Residents
  • 10/21/05 — NOAA’s Satellite and Information Service Welcomes New Deputy Assistant Administrator
  • 10/20/05 — NOAA Solicits Public Comment on Research Permitting Process for Studying Right Whales
  • 10/20/05 — New NOAA Weather Radio All-Hazards Transmitter Now Serving Southeast Iowa and North-Central Missouri
  • 10/19/05 — Libby’s Bill Moran Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 10/19/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Skagit County, Wash., StormReady
  • 10/17/05 — NOAA Awards $125,000 to Ocean Trust: Grant Will Enhance Fishing Industry Role In Habitat Restoration Efforts
  • 10/17/05 — NOAA Awards $125,000 to Ocean Trust; Grant Will Enhance Fishing Industry Role In Habitat Restoration Efforts
  • 10/17/05 — National Weather Service Recognizes Mcintosh County, Georgia, StormReady
  • 10/17/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Selects New Leader of Corpus Christi Weather Forecast Office
  • 10/14/05 — NOAA Awards $108,000 to Study Possible Links Between Gas Transfer and Biological Production in Florida Bay
  • 10/14/05 — NOAA Awards $150,000 to Study Salinity, Nutrients, Food Webs in Florida Bay
  • 10/14/05 — NOAA Awards $100,000 to Study Nutrients, Microbial Dynamics in Florida Bay
  • 10/14/05 — NOAA Emphasizes Importance of Using New Elevations in Louisiana Reconstruction, Recovery Projects
  • 10/13/05 — NOAA Weather All-Hazards Radio Transmitter Now Broadcasting from Duck Valley Indian Reservation
  • 10/13/05 — Two Milestones for Argo Ocean ‘Robots’: Global Array 2/3 Complete, 55,000th Profile Near
  • 10/13/05 — September Warmer and Drier than Average Across U.S., Warmest September Globally since Beginning of Reliable Instruments
  • 10/12/05 — NOAA Announces 2005-2006 U.S. Winter Outlook
  • 10/11/05 — NOAA Declares Auglaize County, Ohio, StormReady
  • 10/11/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Selects New Leader of Caribou Weather Forecast Office
  • 10/11/05 — First Sample Tests of Gulf of Mexico Fish after Katrina Find No E. Coli, Low Levels of Contaminants
  • 10/06/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Baltimore County, Md., Stormready
  • 10/4/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Awards Grants to Reduce Flood Impacts on Life and Property
  • 10/4/05 — NOAA Declares Huntington Beach, Calif., StormReady
  • 10/4/05 — Hurricane Rita Triggers Additional Fishery Failure and Fishery Resource Disaster Declaration in Louisiana, Texas
  • 10/4/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Selects New Leader of Marquette Weather Forecast Office
  • 10/3/05 — NOAA Awards $700,000 to the Nature Conservancy
  • 10/3/05 — NOAA Awards $700,000 to American Rivers to Restore Coastal Fisheries in Washington and Oregon
  • 10/3/05 — NOAA Awards $700,000 to American Rivers to Restore Coastal Fisheries Nationwide

September

  • 9/29/05 — NOAA and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Award $3 Million for Coral Reef Conservation Grants
  • 9/29/05 — NOAA to Declare Delaware as First StormReady State in Continental U.S.
  • 9/28/05 — NOAA Reports on Cooperative Conservation Efforts to Protect Coral Reef Ecosystems
  • 9/28/05 — NOAA Awards Three-year Grant to Duke University; Grant Supports Study of Hypoxia Impact on Estuarine Ecosystems
  • 9/27/05 — New Index Provides Benchmark for Atmospheric Greenhouse Gases
  • 9/25/05 — First Test of Gulf of Mexico Fish after Katrina Finds No Elevated Hydrocarbon Contaminants
  • 9/21/05 — NOAA Fisheries Service Rescues the Last Four Trained Dolphins Washed into Mississippi Sound after Hurricane Katrina
  • 9/19/05 — NOAA and USGS to Conduct Pilot Project for Flash Flood and Debris Flow Warning System in Southern California
  • 9/19/05 — Armando Garza to Oversee NOAA National Weather Service Forecast Office in Shreveport, La.
  • 9/19/05 — Bush Administration Releases Marine Fisheries Bill
  • 9/15/05 — Rulo’s Edward Murphy Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 9/15/05 — Vessel Comes Ashore in Heavy Surf in Front of Sanctuary Office on Maui
  • 9/15/05 — NOAA Plays Key Role in Clearing Katrina-ravaged Waterways
  • 9/15/05 — Katrina among Strongest Hurricanes Ever to Strike U.S., Wetter, Much Warmer than Average June-August for Nation
  • 9/14/05 — NOAA Fisheries Spearheads Aquarium Dolphin Rescue Near Mississippi
  • 9/13/05 — NOAA to Study Effects of Hurricane Katrina; Biologists Will Look at Marine Resources and Contaminants
  • 9/12/05 — William Reay Receives Environmental Hero Award
  • 9/9/05 — NOAA Opens Portion of Federal Waters Closed by Harmful Algal Bloom
  • 9/9/05 — Hurricane Katrina Triggers Fishery Failure and Fishery Resource Disaster Declaration in the Gulf of Mexico
  • 9/7/05 — NOAA Hurricane Katrina Support Activities September 7 Update
  • 9/7/05 — Seymour’s Ruth Everhart Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 9/6/05 — NOAA, Navy Continue Hunt for Lost Civil War Submarine Alligator
  • 9/6/05 — NOAA Hurricane Katrina Support Activities
  • 9/2/05 — NOAA Hurricane Katrina Support Activities

August

  • 8/31/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Transitions Air Quality Forecast Guidance into Operations
  • 8/31/05 — Bush Administration Announces Open Rivers Initiative
  • 8/31/05 — NOAA Releases Annual Status of U.S. Fisheries Report for 2004
  • 8/29/05 — Changes in the Ozone Layer Offer Hope for Improvement, Say NOAA /University Scientists
  • 8/29/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Powder River County, Mont., StormReady
  • 8/26/05 — NOAA Funded Research Assists Florida’s Broward County in Protecting Corals During Beach Restoration Project
  • 8/24/05 — USS Monitor Researchers Debunk 142-year-old Legend of ‘Cat in the Cannon’
  • 8/24/05 — NOAA Announces Improved Weather Forecasts on the Horizon
  • 8/24/05 — NOAA/NASA Announce Major Weather Forecasting Advancement
  • 8/23/05 — National Weather Service Recognizes Sandusky County Ohio as StormReady
  • 8/23/05 — Towner’s James Jansky Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 8/22/05 — NOAA Awards Shipyard Contract to Convert Ship for Ocean Exploration
  • 8/19/05 — Olympia Oyster Restoration to Be Featured at White House Conference
  • 8/18/05 — Robert M. Atlas Chosen to Lead NOAA Miami Laboratory
  • 8/18/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Issues Service Assessment for Baltimore Inner Harbor Thunderstorm Event
  • 8/18/05 — Hawaii Coral Reef Restoration Project to Be Featured at White House Conference
  • 8/18/05 — Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Initiative to Be Featured at White House Conference
  • 8/18/05 — NOAA Releases National Study of U.S. Coral Reef Ecosystems
  • 8/17/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Hesperia, Calif., StormReady
  • 8/17/05 — NOAA Funded Marsh Creation Project Successfully Completed by South Lafourche Levee District
  • 8/17/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Extends Reach of NOAA Weather Radio Transmitter in Southern Louisiana
  • 8/17/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Awards $300 Million AWIPS Contract to Raytheon
  • 8/16/05 — Bronx River Restoration to Be Featured at White House Conference
  • 8/16/05 — Above-Average Warmth, Five Tropical Systems Form in July, Nation’s Precipitation Near Average; Global Temperature Up
  • 8/16/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Orlando, Fla., StormReady
  • 8/15/05 — NOAA’s National Marine Sanctuary Program Launches Online Encyclopedia of Marine Life
  • 8/15/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Training Center Welcomes New Director
  • 8/15/05 — NOAA to Participate in Historic White House Conference on Cooperative Conservation
  • 8/15/05 — NOAA Names Recipients of First Ernest F. Hollings Scholarship
  • 8/12/05 — NOAA Issues Critical Habitat Areas For Pacific Salmon In California, Northwest: Provides incentives for regional Habitat Conservation Plans, More focus for recovery efforts
  • 8/12/05 New Fishing Regulations Proposed For Atlantic Tunas, Sharks, Swordfish, And Billfish
  • 8/10/05 New NOAA Weather Radio All-Hazards Transmitter Broadcasts From Big Horn County, Mont.
  • 8/9/05 — NOAA Announces New Ports® Program For The Columbia River
  • 8/9/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Selects New Leader Of Los Angeles Weather Forecast Office
  • 8/8/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Selects New Leader Of Chicago Weather Forecast Office
  • 8/8/05 — NOAA’s Monitor National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Applicants For New Advisory Council
  • 8/5/05 — NOAA Joins The United States Mint To Launch “Ocean In View” Nickel: Commemorative Geodetic Marker Placed At Cape Disappointment
  • 8/4/05 — National Geographic And NOAA Students On Field Study At National Marine Sanctuary In Hawaii
  • 8/2/05 — NOAA Raises The 2005 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook - Bulk Of This Season’s Storms Still To Come
  • 8/2/05 — Applicants Sought For Advisory Council At Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary

July

  • 7/27/05 — NOAA Awards More Than $2.5 Million For Coastal Management In Maine
  • 7/27/05 — NOAA Awards More Than $2.6 Million To Support Coastal Management In Florida: Grant Administered by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection
  • 7/27/05 — NOAA Awards Over $2.1 Million To Support Coastal Management Efforts In Hawaii
  • 7/26/05 — NOAA’s Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Announces New At-large Representative on Advisory Council
  • 7/26/05 — Oakdale’s Raymond Crosier Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 7/25/05 — NOAA Acts to Restore Gulf of Mexico Groupers
  • 7/22/05 — Ocean Expedition to ‘Lost City’ Uses Advanced Communications To Link Land, Sea-Based Explorers
  • 7/22/05 — NOAA, U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard Sign National Ice Center Memorandum of Understanding
  • 7/20/05 — NOAA, Federal Highway Administration Increase Collaboration to Create Safer Roads
  • 7/19/05 — NOAA Deputy Administrator Announces Retirement Plans
  • 7/19/05 — NOAA Scientists Issue Dead Zone Forecast
  • 7/19/05 — NOAA Announces Plans for Louisiana Height Modernization Efforts
  • 7/19/05 — NOAA Officials Outline Support for Gulf States Alliance as Part of President’s Ocean Action Plan
  • 7/14/05 — Solve the Ocean Challenge Puzzle on NOAA’s Redesigned Ocean Explorer Web Site
  • 7/14/05 — NOAA to Develop National Strategy for Studying, Protecting Deep-sea Corals and Sponges
  • 7/14/05 — June Temperatures Higher, Precipitation near Average
  • 7/14/05 — NOAA Awards Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution $540,000 For Future Harmful Algal Bloom Monitoring and Research
  • 7/13/05 — Severe Weather Plan Garners National Weather Service Award for Parsons Manufacturing
  • 7/12/05 — National Weather Service Recognizes San Francisco as StormReady
  • 7/8/05 — NOAA and VT Halter Marine Launch Second Fisheries Survey Vessel
  • 7/7/05 — NOAA Chief Praises Shared Strategy’s Puget Sound Salmon Plan, Calls it a Historic Accomplishment
  • 7/6/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Campbell County, Kentucky., StormReady
  • 7/6/05 — NOAA Awards $2.6 Million to Support Coastal Zone Management in New York
  • 7/6/05 — National Weather Service Declares Maricopa County, Ariz., StormReady
  • 7/1/05 — NOAA Awards More than $1.5 Million to Virginia Sea Grant
  • 7/1/05 — NOAA Awards More than $1 Million to Ohio Sea Grant
  • 7/1/05 — NOAA Awards More than $1.4 Million to Louisiana Sea Grant
  • 7/1/05 — NOAA Awards More than $1.3 Million to Delaware Sea Grant
  • 7/1/05 — NOAA Awards More Than $1.4 Million to Alaska Sea Grant
  • 7/1/05 — NOAA Awards $90,000 To Restore Fishery Habitat in Florida
  • 7/1/05 — NOAA Awards More than $1.4 Million for the Creation of New Ocean Sciences Laboratory in Maine
  • 7/1/05 — National Undersea Research Program Launches New Web Site
  • 7/1/05 — NOAA Gives Calais, Maine Observatory the First Preservation Partnership Disk
  • 7/1/05 — NOAA Confirms 28th Right Whale Mother-Calf Pair

June

  • 6/29/05 — Students Participate in Summer Weather Research Programs
  • 6/29/05 — NOAA, EPA Launch Air Quality Awareness Days
  • 6/29/05 — NOAA’s Ocean Service to Support Santa Barbara Channel Weather Data Buoys
  • 6/28/05 — NOAA Launches Summer ‘Splash’ - West Coast Whale Research Cruise
  • 6/28/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares the City of Chesapeake, Va., StormReady
  • 6/28/05 — National Weather Service Introduces Spanish Language Forecasts and Alerts on the Internet
  • 6/27/05 — NOAA Offers Electronic Field Guide to Harmful Algal Blooms In Great Lakes
  • 6/27/05 — Timely NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards Warning Helps Save Children at New York Elementary School
  • 6/27/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Selects Larry J. Gabric to Oversee Forecast Office in Greenville-Spartanburg, S.C.
  • 6/24/05 NOAA Awards $54,834 For Georgia Oyster Habitat Restoration
  • 6/24/05 NOAA Awards $100,000 To County Of Sacramento To Remove Invasive Plant Species
  • 6/24/05 NOAA Declares Rockaway Beach, Ore., As Tsunamiready And Stormready
  • 6/23/05 Red Tide Triggers Maine Shellfish Fishery Failure Determination
  • 6/23/05 Russian Federation And U.S. Sign Pioneering Agreement
  • 6/22/05 NOAA Fisheries Service Proposes Improved Guidelines For Fishery Management Decisions
  • 6/22/05 NOAA Takes Steps To Reduce Ship Collisions With Endangered North Atlantic Right Whales
  • 6/22/05 NOAA’s Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Needs Volunteer Monitors For Central Coast Shores
  • 6/22/05 NOAA Awards Nearly $2 Million To Wisconsin Sea Grant
  • 6/21/05 — NOAA Awards More Than $1.3 Million To The University Of Southern Mississippi For Oyster Research
  • 6/21/05 — Colton Named National Ocean Service Technical Director
  • 6/21/05 — NOAA Publishes Atlantic Large Whale Take Reduction Plan
  • 6/20/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Selects New Leader Of Quad Cities Weather Service Forecast Office
  • 6/20/05 — Pacific Fishing Nations Poised To Adopt Ban On Shark Finning
  • 6/20/05NOAA Mississippi Offices Provide Early Look At Gulf Of Mexico “Dead Zone”
  • 6/20/05NOAA And Latin American Officials To Expand Cooperative Efforts For Earth Observation Systems
  • 6/17/05 NOAA Establishes New England Red Tide Information Web Site
  • 6/17/05 NOAA, State Of Florida Archaeologists Seek Identity Of Mystery Wreck In Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
  • 6/17/05 NOAA’s Gray’s Reef Sanctuary Advisory Council Holds Meeting In Charleston
  • 6/17/05 NOAA Awards $500,000 To Fishamerica Foundation To Restore Coastal Fisheries Habitat
  • 6/16/05 NOAA Awards More Than $700,000 To The University Of North Carolina, Wilmington
  • 6/16/05 NOAA Announces Hatchery Policy, Listing Determinations For 16 Salmon Species
  • 6/16/05 Commerce Department Announces 2005 Ocean Fishery Council Appointments
  • 6/16/05 NOAA Deploys Seven New Hurricane Buoys
  • 6/16/05 NOAA’s National Weather Service Illuminates Lightning Safety Information
  • 6/16/05 — Administration Bill Updates Protections For Marine Mammals
  • 6/16/05 — Red Tide Triggers New England Shellfish Fishery Failure Determination
  • 6/15/05 Latest Rescues Push Total U.S. Sarsat Saves Past 5,000 Mark
  • 6/15/05 Spring Brings Mixed Bag Of Temperatures For U.S., Northwest Rains Help Ease Drought
  • 6/14/05 — NOAA Fisheries Service Takes Emergency Action to Address Red Tide
  • 6/14/05 — NOAA Scientists Project Below Average 2005 North Carolina Pink Shrimp Harvest
  • 6/14/05 — NOAA Volunteers and Partners Join in Chesapeake Bay Restoration Program
  • 6/13/05 — Past and Present NOAA Scientists Win Presidential Early Career Awards
  • 6/13/05 — NOAA Seeks Members for Ocean Exploration Advisory Group
  • 6/13/05 — NOAA Announces Impending Launch of GOES-N Spacecraft
  • 6/10/05 — Peter de Jung Receives Environmental Hero Award
  • 6/10/05 — Federal Advisory Committee Delivers Marine Protected Area Recommendations to Commerce and Interior Departments
  • 6/10/05 — NOAA Launches Marine Mammal Ecosystem Survey off West Coast
  • 6/9/05 — NOAA Awards More Emergency Funding to New England Red Tide Response Effort
  • 6/8/05 — NOAA Declares Honolulu as TsunamiReady and StormReady
  • 6/7/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Declares Wayne County, N.C., StormReady
  • 6/7/05 — Bush Administration Releases National Offshore Aquaculture Bill
  • 6/6/05 — NOAA Awards $700,000 to the Nature Conservancy
  • 6/3/05 — NOAA and EPA Extend Reach of Air Quality Forecasts
  • 6/2/05 — NOAA and Nauticus Unveil New 3-D Multi-media Exhibit at The National Maritime Center
  • 6/2/05 — NOAA Highlights the Dangers of Deadly Rip Currents
  • 6/1/05 — Tennessee State University Student Chosen for NOAA Undergraduate Program
  • 6/1/05 — NOAA Fisheries Service Releases Recovery Plan for Endangered North Atlantic Right Whales
  • 6/1/05 — Twenty-Eight Undergrads to Work with NOAA Scientists Through Minority-Serving Institution Program
  • 6/1/05 — NOAA Unveils ‘Storm Tracker’ to Follow Tropical Storms and Hurricanes
  • 6/1/05 — United States Reiterates its Opposition to Scientific Whaling and Asks Japan Not to Expand its Lethal Research Program

May

  • 5/28/05 — NOAA Commissions New Fisheries Ship Oscar Dyson in Kodiak
  • 5/27/05 — NOAA’s Newest Ocean Exploration Vessel to Be Named Okeanos Explorer
  • 5/27/05 — Sea Scallop Gear Change Proposed to Protect Sea Turtles
  • 5/27/05 — NOAA Recognizes the Nation’s First StormReady Supporter School
  • 5/26/05 — NOAA Honors Tom Fahy with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/26/05 — NOAA Honors Parsons Manufacturing with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/26/05 — NOAA Honors Harley Davidson with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/26/05 — NOAA Honors North Carolina's Danny Hampton with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/26/05 — NOAA Honors Coachella Valley Water District with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/26/05 — NOAA Honors Roger Paskvan with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/26/05 — NOAA Honors Virginia’s Mary Barton and Cedar Lee Middle School With Mark Trail Award
  • 5/26/05 — NOAA Honors Audiovox Applications with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/26/05 — NOAA Honors Judy Trautwein with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/26/05 — NOAA Honors Schneider National, Inc., with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/26/05 — NOAA Honors Broadcaster Bill Kurtis with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/26/05 — NOAA Honors Deere & Company with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/26/05 — NOAA Honors Beaverhead County, Mont., with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/26/05 — USTDA and NOAA Sponsor Asia-Pacific All-Hazards Workshop
  • 5/24/05 — Harrington, Wash., Resident Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 5/20/05 — NOAA-N Satellite Reaches Orbit, Starts New Era of International Cooperation
  • 5/19/05 — NOAA Honors General Motors Oklahoma City Assembly Plant With Mark Trail Award
  • 5/19/05 — NOAA Honors Florida Power and Light with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/19/05 — NOAA Honors Jackson County, Fla., Emergency Manager With Mark Trail Award
  • 5/19/05 — NOAA Honors Jefferson County Emergency Management Coordinator with Mark Trail Award
  • 5/19/05 — NOAA and the University of Southern Mississippi Establish New Tide and Water Level Station in Ocean Springs
  • 5/19/05 — NOAA Seeks Members for Science Advisory Board
  • 5/18/05 — NOAA Fisheries Service Considers Listing Eastern Oyster as Threatened or Endangered
  • 5/17/05 — NOAA Updates and Reprints Popular Marine Species Poster
  • 5/17/05 — April Showers Above Normal in Northeast and West, Parts of South Drier than Average
  • 5/16/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Forecasters to Receive National Isaac Cline Award
  • 5/16/05 — Little Rock Upper Air Team to Receive National Isaac Cline Award
  • 5/16/05 — NOAA Releases East Pacific Hurricane Season Outlook
  • 5/16/05 — NOAA Issues 2005 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook
  • 5/16/05 — NOAA Expects Below Average Central Pacific Hurricane Season
  • 5/13/05 — NOAA Awards $200,000 to Restore Salmon Habitat in California
  • 5/13/05 — NOAA Economic Statistics Book Offers Simple, Accessible, Valuable Information
  • 5/13/05 — NOAA's National Marine Sanctuaries Launches New Education Web site
  • 5/12/05 — NOAA’s Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary Announces New Advisory Council Members
  • 5/12/05 — NOAA’s Gray’s Reef Sanctuary Advisory Council Welcomes Four New Members
  • 5/12/05 — TVA River Scheduling Staff to Receive NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 5/11/05 — NOAA's National Data Buoy Center to Award $500 Million Technical Services Contract
  • 5/11/05 — NOAA Releases Second Volume of Manual on Coastal Habitat Restoration Monitoring
  • 5/11/05 — NOAA Seeks Experts to Review Hurricane Intensity Research
  • 5/11/05 — Ballard and Kudrna Join NOAA Science Advisory Board
  • 5/10/05 — ‘No Ballast on Board’ Doesn’t Mean ‘No Organisms on Board’ Says University/NOAA Great Lakes Report
  • 5/10/05 — NOAA to Choose Student for 10-week Internship at its Boulder Lab
  • 5/9/05 — NOAA Dedicates New Coral Reef Research Facility
  • 5/9/05 — NOAA Orca Documentary Wins Emmy
  • 5/9/05 —NOAA’s National Weather Service Recognizes Gem County, Idaho, as StormReady
  • 5/6/05 — NOAA $1.9 Million Grant Will Restore Estuaries from Maine to Washington
  • 5/5/05 — LSU Student Volunteer to Receive NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 5/6/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service to Host Severe Weather and Wildfire Awareness Week in Pacific Northwest
  • 5/6/05 — New NOAA Weather Radio All-hazards Transmitter Broadcasting from Rosebud County, Mont.
  • 5/6/05 — NOAA Fisheries Cautions to Keep Appropriate Distance from Marine Mammals
  • 5/5/05 — NOAA Satellites Aid in 36 U.S. Rescues Through April 2005
  • 5/5/05 — Wichita County Amateur Radio Operators to Receive NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 5/4/04 — NOAA’s Isaac Held Wins Presidential Rank Award
  • 5/4/05 — NOAA’s Michael McPhaden Wins Presidential Rank Award
  • 5/4/05 — NOAA’s A.R. Ravishankara Wins Presidential Rank Award
  • 5/4/05 — NOAA’s Jack Hayes Wins Presidential Rank Award
  • 5/4/05 — Alan Neuschatz Wins Presidential Rank Award
  • 5/4/05 — Arkansas Teacher Honored at Capitol Hill Reception; Mary Cook Receives Environmental Hero Award
  • 5/4/05 — NOAA’s A.R. Ravishankara Wins Presidential Rank Award
  • 5/4/05 — Diane Stanitski, Ph.D., Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 5/4/05 — NOAA Cites Tillamook County, Ore., as Becoming TsunamiReady
  • 5/3/05 — Miami Meteorologist Receives NOAA’s David Johnson Award
  • 5/3/05 — New Meteorologist-in-charge to Manage NOAA’s National Weather Service Forecast Office in Birmingham
  • 5/3/05 — Leslie Chapman-Henderson to Receive NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 5/2/05 — Amateur Radio Operators to Receive NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 5/2/05 — NOAA Recognizes Darin Zarbnisky as 2005 Environmental Hero
  • 5/2/05 — NOAA Recognizes Robert “Stubby” Knowles as 2005 Environmental Hero

April

  • 4/29/05 — NOAA’s Hurricane Preparedness Campaign Goes Airborne for East Coast Residents
  • 4/28/05 — NOAA Transfers Mapping Ship to Mexican Navy
  • 4/27/05 — Administration’s Salmon Recovery Efforts Remain on Track
  • 4/26/05 — NOAA Readjusts the National Spatial Reference System Using High Accuracy GPS Data
  • 4/25/05 — NOAA Great Lakes Lab on Mission to Lake Erie Dead Zone
  • 4/25/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Selects Dennis Mccarthy to Lead Office of Climate, Water and Weather Services
  • 4/25/05 — NOAA, Partners Expand Tao Array into the Indian Ocean As Global Earth Observing System Grows
  • 4/25/05 — NOAA Highlights Details of New Polar-Orbiting Satellite
  • 4/22/05 — NOAA Seeks Applicants for its New Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarships
  • 4/22/05 — Linda Feix Receives Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/22/05 — Howard Eugene Wright Receives Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/22/05 — NOAA Recognizes 2005 Environmental Heroes
  • 4/22/05 — East Moline’s Chad Pregracke Receives Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/21/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Debuts New Heat/health Watch Warning System in the Seattle Area
  • 4/21/05 — NOAA's Dusan Zrnic Receives Presidential Rank Award
  • 4/21/05 — NOAA’s Jack Kelly Receives Award from National Capital Chapter of American Society for Public Administration
  • 4/21/05 — Gus Martinez Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/21/05 — NOAA Biologists Start Seagrass Restoration in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
  • 4/20/05 — Captain Scott Fowler Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/20/05 — Local Weather Observer Receives NOAA Environmental Hero Award
  • 4/20/05 — NOAA Responds to Mock Ship Grounding and Oil Spill in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
  • 4/20/05 — NOAA Satellites Monitor Stifling Drought in Horn of Africa
  • 4/20/05 — Bridging the Gap Between Earth and Space
  • 4/1905 — NOAA’s Climate Postdoctoral Fellowship Marks 100th Appointment Milestone
  • 4/18/05 — NOAA Fisheries Delivers Washington Lower Columbia Salmon Recovery Plan
  • 4/14/05 — Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary Sponsors Savannah Ocean Film Festival September 23-25
  • 4/13/05 — NOAA Chief Leads 100 Volunteers in Restoring Tidal Wetlands of Fort Mchenry on Saturday
  • 4/12/05 — NOAA Awards $275,000 to Trout Unlimited
  • 4/11/05 — NOAA's National Weather Service Recognizes Otsego County, N.Y., as StormReady
  • 4/11/05 — NOAA Offers High School Teachers and Students New Educational Kit on Estuary Science
  • 4/8/05 — NOAA Makes Funds Available for Environmental Literacy Projects
  • 4/7/05 — NOAA to Conduct Emergency Response Drill in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
  • 4/7/04 — NOAA Storm Prediction Center Receives Grant to Improve Severe Storm Data for Forecasters
  • 4/7/05 — NOAA Collaborative Study Reveals Critical Discovery Related to Harmful Algal Toxins
  • 4/6/05 — NOAA Organic Act Sent to Congress
  • 4/6/05 — NOAA Makes Electronic Charting Data Available for Non-navigation Users Through New Web Portal
  • 4/5/05 — NOAA Approves Protection for Deep-Water Habitat; Canyon Closures Shield Fish and Cold-water Corals
  • 4/5/05 — NOAA Fisheries Proposes Listing of Southern Population of North American Green Sturgeon as Threatened Under the Endangered Species Act
  • 4/4/05 — Michael Coyne to Oversee NOAA National Weather Service Forecast Office in Huntsville, Ala.
  • 4/1/05 — Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary Dedicates New Research Vessel Sam Gray

March

  • 3/31/05 — Statewide Tsunami Warning Exercise Scheduled for April 1;
    April is Tsunami Awareness Month in Hawaii
  • 3/31/05 — Nation’s Marine Fisheries Managers Honor NOAA Fisheries Service Director Hogarth for Leadership
  • 3/31/05 — After Two Large Annual Gains, Rate of Atmospheric Co2 Increase Returns to Average, Says NOAA
  • 3/30/05 — NOAA Administrator Receives American Astronautical Society Award for Advancement of International Cooperation
  • 3/28/05 — NOAA Hydrographic Survey Priorities for 2004 Now Available
  • 3/26/05 — Volunteers Count Whales from the Shores of O‘ahu, Kaua‘i, the Big Island and Kaho‘olawe
  • 3/24/05 — Teacher Leann Manley of Fairfield, Fla., to Get Hands-on Research Experience Aboard NOAA Ship
  • 3/24/05 — NOAA Ship Rainier Conducting Surveys to Update Nautical Charts in Strait of Juan de Fuca
  • 3/24/05 — NOAA’s Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Announces New Advisory Council Members
  • 3/24/05 — NOAA Fisheries Praises Signing of Snake River Salmon Agreement
  • 3/23/05 — Officials Test Alaska Tsunami Warning System for the First Time
  • 3/21/05 — NOAA, NASA Announce New Relationship to Acquire Advanced Geostationary Satellites
  • 3/21/05 — Jim Belles to Oversee NOAA National Weather Service Forecast Office in Memphis, Tenn.
  • 3/17/05 — NOAA Issues 2005 Spring Outlook
  • 3/17/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Announces Flood Safety Awareness Week: March 21-25, 2005
  • 3/16/05 — Energy Demand Decreases as U.S. Experiences Tenth Warmest Winter, Precipitation Near Average for the Nation
  • 3/15/05 — Policymakers, Scientists, Environmentalists, Fishing Industries to Discuss Parts of President Bush’s Ocean Action Plan
  • 3/14/05 — New Educational Tool Examines Infamous Alaskan Oil Spill 16 Years Later
  • 3/14/05 — NOAA’s Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Community Applicants for Sanctuary Advisory Council
  • 3/14/05 — Bamberg County, S.C., to Be Recognized as StormReady
  • 3/12/05 — Tsunami Relief and Efforts to Reduce Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported Fishing Dominate International Meeting in Rome
  • 3/10/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Raises Flood Stage at Racine Lock on the Ohio River
  • 3/10/05 — Keith Dixon of South Brunswick, N.J., is a NOAA Research Employee of the Year
  • 3/10/05 — Two Olney, Md., Residents Named NOAA Research Employees of the Year
  • 3/10/05 — Rich Beeler of Longmont, Colo., is a NOAA Research Employee of the Year
  • 3/9/05 — William Aalbersberg, of Suva, Fiji Islands Receives the 2005 NOAA Excellence Award for Promoting Diversity in Coastal or Ocean Resource Management
  • 3/9/05 — Surfrider Foundation Receives the 2005 NOAA Excellence Award for Coastal and Ocean Resource Management for Non-governmental Organization of the Year
  • 3/9/05 — Seth Macinko, of Kingston, R.I., Receives the 2005 NOAA Excellence Award for Promoting Diversity in Coastal or Ocean Resource Management
  • 3/9/05 — Taylor Shellfish Farms Receives the 2005 NOAA Excellence Award for Excellence in Business Leadership in Coastal and Ocean Resource Management
  • 3/9/05 — Elizabeth A. Blair Receives the 2005 NOAA Excellence Award for Coastal and Ocean Resource Management
  • 3/9/05 — City of New Bedford, Mass., Receives the 2005 Walter B. Jones Memorial Award for Excellence in Local Government
  • 3/9/05 — Charles Max Schenk, of Gloucester, Mass., Receives the 2005 NOAA Excellence Award for Coastal and Ocean Resource Management for Volunteer of the Year
  • 3/9/05 — Rense Heath Kelsey Receives the 2005 Walter B. Jones Memorial Award for Excellence in Coastal and Marine Graduate Study
  • 3/9/05 — Kevin Weng of Pacific Grove, Calif., Receives the 2005 Walter B. Jones Memorial Award for Excellence in Coastal and Marine Graduate Study
  • 3/9/05 — Erie MetroParks Receives the 2005 Walter B. Jones Memorial Award for Excellence in Local Government
  • 3/9/05 — Caitlin Mullan Crain of Providence, R.I., Receives the 2005 Walter B. Jones Memorial Award for Excellence in Coastal and Marine Graduate Study
  • 3/9/05 — Katherine Ann Eschelbach of Chapel Hill, N.C., Receives the 2005 Walter B. Jones Memorial Award for Excellence in Coastal and Marine Graduate Study
  • 3/9/05 — Edith Chase of Kent, Ohio Receives the 2005 Walter B. Jones Memorial Award for Coastal Steward of the Year
  • 3/9/05 — NOAA Recognizes Excellence in Coastal and Ocean Management
  • 3/7/05 — NOAA Recognizes Lincoln City, Ore., as TsunamiReady and StormReady
  • 3/7/05 — NOAA Cites Lincoln City, Ore., as the First Community to Become TsunamiReady since the Indian Ocean Disaster
  • 3/4/05 — NOAA Awards $1.4 Million to South Carolina Sea Grant
  • 3/4/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service Provides New River Forecast Point at Canton, N.C.
  • 3/3/05 — NOAA Fisheries Proposes First Listing of Corals under the Endangered Species Act
  • 3/3/05 — NOAA Releases Detailed Maps of Coral Reefs in American Samoa, Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
  • 3/1/05 — Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary Sponsors ‘Fantastic Fishes’ Award in Popular Sidewalk Arts Festival
  • 3/1/05 — NOAA to Renew Effingham County, Ga., as StormReady
  • 3/1/05 — Chesterfield County, S.C., to Be Recognized as StormReady

February

  • 2/25/05 — NOAA Tour Aims to Increase Hurricane Awareness in Latin America and Caribbean
  • 2/25/05 — NOAA 2005 National Stakeholder Forum in Washington, D.C., March 2nd
  • 2/23/05 — Ford Island Selected for Future NOAA Pacific Region Center
  • 2/23/05 — U.S., Japan Sign Satellite Back-Up Agreement
  • 2/23/05 — Marine Sanctuary Sponsors Art Contest for Students in Grades K-12
  • 2/23/05 — Thomas Niziol Now Leading NOAA National Weather Service Forecast Office in Buffalo, N.Y.
  • 2/23/05 — NOAA Recognizes American Express in Greensboro, N.C., StormReady
  • 2/23/05 — National Weather Service Selects New Meteorologist-in-charge for Williston Weather Service Office
  • 2/22/05 — Surfside Beach, S.C., to Be Recognized as StormReady
  • 2/18/05 — Historic Global Earth Observation Plan Launched in Brussels Nearly 60 Countries Agree to ‘Take Pulse of the Planet’
  • 2/17/05 — NOAA Rolls Out Recreational Fisheries Strategic Plan
  • 2/17/05 — Shipwreck in NOAA’s Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary Added to National Register of Historic Places
  • 2/15/05 — NOAA Releases Revised Florida Keys Sanctuary Plan for Comment
  • 2/15/05 — Panamanian Ship Assessed Half Million Dollars for Coral Damage
  • 2/14/04 — NOAA Awards More than $900,000 to Continue Development of Caribbean Fishery Management Plans
  • 2/14/04 — NOAA Awards More than $1.4 Million to Continue Development Of Fishery Management Plans in the South Atlantic
  • 2/14/04 — NOAA Awards More than $2 Million to Support Fishery Management and Conservation Efforts in the North Pacific
  • 2/14/04 — NOAA Awards More than $1.9 Million to Continue Fishery Management and Conservation Efforts off the West Coast
  • 2/14/04 — NOAA Awards $2.7 Million to Support Fishery Management and Conservation Efforts in New England
  • 2/14/05 — NOAA Awards More than $1.7 Million to Support Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management and Conservation Efforts
  • 2/14/05 — Clarendon County, S.C., to Be Renewed as Stormready
  • 2/11/05 — Worsening Drought in NW, Record Rain in SW in January
  • 2/10/05 — Lincoln County, Ga., to Be Recognized as StormReady
  • 2/10/05 — NOAA’s Newest Generation of Weather and Climate Supercomputers Debuts
  • 2/10/05 — North American Countries Reach Consensus on El Niño Definition
  • 2/8/05 — NOAA Administrator Announces Fiscal Year 2006 Budget Request
  • 2/8/05 — Pennsylvania Moves Forward on Sea Grant Status
  • 2/7/05 — NOAA Awards $1.7 Million to Restore Oyster Resources in Florida
  • 2/7/05 — NOAA Awards $1.4 Million to Improve Oyster Resources in Louisiana
  • 2/7/05 — NOAA Awards $4.3 Million to Restore Oyster Resources in Alabama
  • 2/7/05 — NOAA Issues Research Plan, Vision to Guide Future Studies
  • 2/7/05 — Orangeburg County, S.C., to Be Renewed as StormReady
  • 2/2/05 — NOAA Posts New Updates to Jacksonville Nautical Chart
  • 2/3/05 — Two Grant Solicitations Worth up to $6 Million Announced
  • 2/3/05 — Fostering Effective Partnerships Focus of National Severe Weather Workshop

January

  • 1/31/05 — NOAA Satellites Play Key Role in 260 Rescues in 2004
  • 1/31/05 — NOAA Recognizes Clermont County, Ohio, StormReady
  • 1/29/05 — Volunteers Count Whales from the Shores of O‘ahu, Kaua‘i, the Big Island and Kaho‘olawe
  • 1/27/05 — EPA, NOAA Will Help Coastal Communities with Coastal Growth, Development Issues
  • 1/27/05 — NOAA Seeks Experts to Review Agency’s Ecosystem Research and Science Enterprise
  • 1/26/05 — NOAA Starts New Charting and Hydro Surveying of the Atchafalaya
  • 1/26/05 — VT Halter Marine to Build a Third Fisheries Survey Vessel for NOAA
  • 1/21/05 — National Weather Service Selects New Meteorologist-in-Charge for Grand Forks Forecast Office
  • 1/19/05 — Three Montana Volunteer Weather Observers Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Program
  • 1/19/05 — Two Montana Volunteer Weather Observers Honored by National Weather Service
  • 1/18/05 — NOAA Introduces nowCOAST; Web Mapping Portal Web Site Combines Information for Easier Accessibility
  • 1/17/05 — Sam Britt Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 1/14/05 — NOAA Reports December Warmer than Average, Global Temperature Warmer than Average
  • 1/14/05 — U.S. Announces Plan for an Improved Tsunami Detection and Warning System
  • 1/13/05 — Kingfisher the Entangled Right Whale Re-sighted off the Georgia Coast
  • 1/13/05 — George S. Hatch Honored for Contributions to National Weather Service Volunteer Observer Program
  • 1/13/05 — NOAA National Weather Service Veteran Honored by American Meteorological Society
  • 1/12/05 — John Gordon to Oversee NOAA’s National Weather Service Forecast Office in Louisville, Ky.
  • 1/11/05 — 1858 Hurricane Struck San Diego, Say Research Meteorologists
  • 1/11/05 — NOAA’s National Weather Service’s Heat/health Watch Warning System Improving Forecasts and Warnings for Excessive Heat
  • 1/11/05 — NOAA Activates 500th Observation, Reference Station
  • 1/10/05 — NOAA Scientists Able to Measure Tsunami Height from Space
  • 1/10/05 — Heavy Snow Could Benefit Drought Areas of the West
  • 1/7/05 — NOAA’s Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary Seeks Applicants for Advisory Council
  • 1/6/05 — NOAA Seeks Applicants for Hydrographic Services Review Panel
  • 1/6/05 — Commerce Secretary Appoints Fishery Council Member
  • 1/5/05 — NOAA Receives New Fisheries Survey Vessel; Advanced Capabilities Provide Unique Fisheries Research Platform
  • 1/5/05 — NWS Huntsville Staff Members to Receive Regional Isaac Cline Awards

 

 

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