Happy Monday to all: A reminder about our current #OkeanosExplorer mission and "live dives" happening this month...
Happy Monday to all: A reminder about our current OkeanosExplorer mission and

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Looking ahead at August-October temperature predictions from NOAA's National Weather Service: Bad news for some, good news for others?
Looking ahead at August October temperature predictions from NOAA's National Wea

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In case you missed information about this expedition ...The #OkeanosExplorer team is hoping to dive "live" tomorrow, 7/21. Stay tuned to the video feeds at: [ Oceanexplorer.noaa.gov Link ]
In case you missed information about this expedition The OkeanosExplorer team is

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Before you head out to the beach, please watch this and share it widely:
Before you head out to the beach please watch this and share it widely:

Rip Current Safety

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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) posted on 07/19/2017
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA posted on 07/19/2017

NOAA High Tide Bulletin: Summer 2017 Outlook

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Our monthly global climate report is out again, this time for June: Globe had 2nd warmest year to date and 3rd warmest June on record. At the poles, Arctic and Antarctic sea-ice coverage remains small: [ Noaa.gov Link ] via NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information - Climate
Our monthly global climate report is out again this time for June:

Globe had 2nd warmest year to date and 3rd warmest June on record

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Carolyn Lavanaway Littlefield
Chet Wilson
Crazy for science and data? Want to be a #CitizenScientist for NOAA? Kevin Bailey is one. See his story below or at [ Bit.ly Link ].
Crazy for science and data Want to be a CitizenScientist for NOAA

NOAA Summer Spotlight on Citizen Science

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Your Friday wildlife-themed "Moment of Zen": from NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries:
Your Friday wildlife themed "Moment of Zen": from NOAA Office of National

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Sarah Arden
Carolee Foreman
Robert Payne
Chris Koehler
Research gains: A NOAA experimental model predicted the path of this Oklahoma #tornado hours -- not minutes -- before it formed: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Research gains: A NOAA experimental model predicted the path of this Oklahoma

Experimental model predicted tornado's path hours, not minutes, before it formed

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Dick Pilgrim
Kristy Brauch
A boat that collects scientific data from the farthest reaches of the ocean that won't make you seasick? It exists: [ Noaa.gov Link ] NOAA Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research
A boat that collects scientific data from the farthest reaches of the

Drones at sea: Unmanned vehicles to expand data collection from far-flung locales | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

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Justin Sadler
Another neat NOAA Ship #OkeanosExplorer mission to follow -- Join us for a Facebook chat on July 12:
Another neat NOAA Ship OkeanosExplorer mission to follow Join us for a

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Holy cow... Get survival tips and the science behind #tsunamis in our video series: [ Oceantoday.noaa.gov Link ] via NOAA Ocean Today
Holy cow Get survival tips and the science behind tsunamis in our

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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) posted on 07/10/2017
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA posted on 07/10/2017

On This Day: Earth’s Hottest Temperature

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Lee Pat
Are you #tsunami savvy? Take a break and watch our new survival guide video series from NOAA Ocean Today: [ Oceantoday.noaa.gov Link ]
Are you tsunami savvy Take a break and watch our new survival

Tsunami Survival Guide | Every Full Moon | Ocean Today

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Our monthly climate report is out, this time for June 2017: U.S. saw the 2nd warmest year to date on record and warmer-than-average June. Also: The nation has experienced 9 billion-dollar disasters in the first half of the year, including 3 tornado outbreaks. More at: [ Noaa.gov Link ]
Our monthly climate report is out this time for June 2017: U

U.S. saw 2nd warmest year to date on record and warmer-than-average June | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

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Levi Mize
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"Weather" you'll be inside or out this Fourth of July, we wish you a peaceful and relaxing holiday: [ Noaa.gov Link ] via NOAA's U.S. National Weather Service (NWS)
"Weather" you'll be inside or out this Fourth of July we wish

Stormy Fourth of July likely for parts of the Midwest and Southeast ...

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