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3108 48 Dec 27, 2017
Hahtag #noaa:

incredible footage from of sharks doing what they do best - keeping our oceans healthy! . . . Video from this morning of a tiger shark doing what they are designed to do: keeping the ocean ecosystem in balance and healthy, keeping disease from spreading and moving nutrients and influencing prey items so the ocean is healthy and in balance. It was beautiful to watch nature at its finest and help assure this whale and it’s escorts went offshore rather than into the at or where we picked it up and towed it offshore under permit #18786. We survey shark populations daily and it was interesting to see that only 4 tigers showed up for the feast and all were plump, peaceful, and generally very shy. I am grateful that we get to not only study sharks daily but that we are also constantly sharing our knowledge and these incredible experiences with the public with the through a two hour program open to all ages to help people learn about sharks and gain real experience in a “way safer than driving” guided situation. Mahalo nui loa to my incredible team who stayed up all night making sure the whale stayed off shore and endured more hours of towing it over 7 miles this afternoon. Special thanks to of and George ? of for helping me get the initial tow rope on before it went into the surf. Freediving with my team and Captain and of course da 1️⃣🦈 OneOceanDiving.com

497 4 Jan 18, 2018
Hahtag #noaa: In this limb view of the

In this limb view of the 'edge of the Earth' from 's perspective, massive Saharan dust storms blowing off the North African coast yesterday are visible. See more National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) satellite imagery on our website! (link in bio!) Although we can see dust in the atmosphere thanks to images like this one, just how much dust enters the atmosphere each year is unclear. Projections range from 200 to 5,000 teragrams a year (one teragram, Tg, equals one trillion grams). Scientists estimate that, on average, about 20 Tg of dust are suspended in the atmosphere at any given time, but the exact amount can vary depending on seasonal variability.

499 11 Jan 19, 2018
Hahtag #noaa: This animation of #space debris around #Earth
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This animation of debris around is beautiful, but does space junk fall from the sky? If you think you know, check out the link on our website! ... iscool

670000 4617 Jan 4, 2018
Hahtag #noaa: Blistering cold temperatures, heavy snow and strong winds

Blistering cold temperatures, heavy snow and strong winds are battering coastal areas from Florida to Maine thanks to the powerful nor-easter seen in this NOAA GOES-16 satellite image. This Geocolor image captured the deepening storm off the East coast of the United States on Jan. 4, 2018, at 16:22 UTC. Geocolor is a multispectral product composed of True Color (using a simulated green component) during the daytime, and an Infrared product that uses bands 7 and 13 at night. During the day, the imagery looks approximately as it would appear when viewed with human eyes from space. The Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) – R Series is a collaborative development and acquisition effort between NOAA and NASA. The GOES-16 satellite, the first of the series, provides continuous imagery and atmospheric measurements of Earth’s western hemisphere and space weather monitoring. Credit: ishere 2018

3247 53 Dec 13, 2017
Hahtag #noaa: This photo was taken on a commercial fishing

This photo was taken on a commercial fishing vessel, just a few miles off Nantucket. Draggers and longliners indiscriminately catch and discard millions of pounds of bycatch a year, including all sorts of protected and endangered species. That being said, the sandbar sharks we tag and study all summer long are protected and fall victim to these nets, along with many other species. This Great White is one of the 300 estimated to visit Massachusetts waters in the summer months. There's a lot of controversy going on in regards to the squid fishery in Nantucket Sound, just wanted to post this to give a little insight as to what's going on out there. The Journal of Marine Policy cites over 100 million sharks are killed ever year, worldwide, and situations like this are a big factor in the decline of shark populations around the globe 💥

23 0 Jan 21, 2018
Hahtag #noaa:

is calling for up to 17" and who's not missing a single inch of it! hopefully

171 7 Nov 28, 2017
Hahtag #noaa: WE are RELEASING Our FIRST SONG DECEMBER First !!!

WE are RELEASING Our FIRST SONG DECEMBER First !!! More details tmrw Stay tuned !!!!!

271 3 Jan 18, 2018
Hahtag #noaa: 2017 was the third warmest year on record.

2017 was the third warmest year on record. It’s now been 41 years since we’ve had a colder than average year. Read more: https://www.climate.gov/global-recap-2017 change

79 6 Jan 21, 2018
Hahtag #noaa: Great event last night with @forceblueteam! Incredibly excited

Great event last night with ! Incredibly excited to be apart of the team and this great project. . 🌊 🐟 🦈 reef divers

142 0 Jan 21, 2018

1 of the 22 sandbars tagged and released in 2017. Lets see what 2018 brings in 💥 s fishing ing fishing tagging

12 0 Jan 21, 2018

10-15 mph turning mostly in the afternoon. High in the upper 50s. 20% chance of light developing this evening and a slight chance of around midnight ist ing

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26 4 Jan 21, 2018

Wild weather at Steamer Lane from about a week ago. The sky has now cleared but the surf is still very powerful and we’re getting waves up to ~20 feet tall.

42 3 Jan 21, 2018

Tomorrow is the last day of the exhibition. Thanks all for dropped by. 🙏🏼 0nh1m . . . . . installation

51 2 Jan 21, 2018

Awesome night with Force Blue in Easton MD - thanks to everyone who attended- we appreciated your loyalty and support most of all your friendship- Thank you Brad and Shari King for a memorable evening - FORCE BLUE is a fabulous nonprofit 501(c)(3) initiative that seeks to unite the community of Special Operations veterans with the world of coral reef conservation for the betterment of both. FORCE BLUE gives former combat divers and SOF veterans the chance to experience and explore one of the most critically endangered ecosystems on the planet and to adapt their training and teamwork to aid in its protection. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🐠🐠🐠🐬🐋🦂

79 6 Jan 21, 2018

Great event last night with ! Incredibly excited to be apart of the team and this great project. . 🌊 🐟 🦈 reef divers

60 0 Jan 21, 2018

Whale saved from entanglement after 285 feet of rope removed from mouth By Dillon Ancheta According to NOAA officials, the large whale was first reported entangled on Thursday by the captain of a fishing vessel. A trained response team soon deployed and used a small inflatable craft to approach the animal. Officials said the whale became "very active" upon their initial approach, so they waited for it to calm down before attempting to remove the braided rope. Removal operations continued into Friday when crews were able to successfully remove all debris. Officials said the whale was tangled in 285 feet of 3/8 braided rope from its mouth. Read more 👇 http://m.hawaiinewsnow.com/hawaiinewsnow/db_352775/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=PSqG2ncK conservationists

2 0 Jan 21, 2018

A particularly grumpy-looking ophidiiform cusk eel encountered at a depth of 1,585 meters (5,200 feet) during Dive 12 https://goo.gl/QYPf5s

37 1 Jan 21, 2018

: via ··· “ A look back at 2017 octopods wouldn't be complete without a dumbo! While exploring an unnamed seamount within the Winslow Reef Area, Phoenix Islands Protected Area, we saw this dumbo octopus resting on the seafloor before it took off, gliding through the water as if flying, propelled by the fins behind its eyes. Happy ! . . octopus

17 1 Jan 21, 2018

Earth’s global surface temperatures in 2017 ranked as the second warmest since 1880, according to an analysis by NASA. Warmest year was 2016!!! According to another study by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) it is the third Warmest year after 2016 (First) and 2015 (Second). NASA Continuing the planet's long-term warming trend, globally averaged temperatures in 2017 were 1.62 degrees Fahrenheit (0.90 degrees Celsius) warmer than the 1951 to 1980 mean, according to scientists at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York. That is second only to global temperatures in 2016. The planet’s average surface temperature has risen about 2 degrees Fahrenheit (a little more than 1 degree Celsius) during the last century NOAA During 2017, the average temperature across global land and ocean surfaces was 1.51°F (0.84°C) above the 20th century average. This was the third highest among all years in the 1880-2017 record, behind 2016 (warmest) and 2015 (second warmest). NOAA scientists used much of the same raw temperature data, but with a different baseline period, and different methods to analyze Earth’s polar regions and global temperatures. Sources. NASA and NOAA est science melt change fall

9 0 Jan 21, 2018

Long-term warming continued in 2017 Earth's global surface temperatures in 2017 ranked as the second-warmest on record since 1880, according to a new analysis by +NASA. The global average in 2017 was 1.62°F (0.9°C) warmer than the 1951-1980 mean, falling just behind the record set last year. The measurement is accurate to within 0.1°F and takes into account the location of 6,300 weather stations and variations in measurement technique. The global increase in temperature was also accompanied by increasing extreme weather events in 2017. Many regions experienced record-breaking high and low temperatures during the year, a side effect of global warming long-predicted by climate scientists. Source: https://goo.gl/XWV5vC (NASA) GIF Change Warming

154 0 Jan 21, 2018

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9 2 Jan 21, 2018

I will never forget those hurricanes #2017

23 0 Jan 21, 2018

is calling for up to 17" and who's not missing a single inch of it! hopefully

1 1 Jan 20, 2018
12 1 Jan 20, 2018

Baked Alaska. learn more at: www.riledupjournal.com -maps -anomaly -change -weather -events -ice -temperature -action

13 0 Jan 20, 2018

Don't these pilots love their kids? Chemtrails/Geoengineering LaFollette Tennessee USA 1/20/18 . mod modification munipulation engineering #2pac .

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A quick time lapse I took of tonight's USAF/ULA Atlas-5 rocket launch (SBIRS Geo Flight-4) from CCAFS. I wish I had my camera tripod pointed a little more to the right, but I think it came out okay. Enjoy! F X 5 County LaunchComplex41 V

80 0 Jan 20, 2018

Last year may go down in history as the year that the impacts of climate change finally became undeniable. Perhaps this year will be the one that our response finally becomes equal to the challenge. NOAA and NASA announce that 2017 was among the top three warmest years on record. Read details at http://climate-energy.blogs.panda.org/2018/01/18/global/ . . pak #2017

19 1 Jan 20, 2018

Business as usual for this government employee!!!

240 1 Jan 20, 2018

with ・・・ 2017 was the third warmest year on record. It’s now been 41 years since we’ve had a colder than average year. Read more: https://www.climate.gov/global-recap-2017 change

40 1 Jan 20, 2018

with ・・・ Just in --> NOAA: 2017 was 3rd warmest year on record for the globe -- & scientists confirm Earth’s long-term warming trend continues. Our global analysis is out this morning: *Read the report highlights and download images at http://bit.ly/2017GlobalClimateReport (see our profile link). ​ change

52 2 Jan 20, 2018

. 오늘은 조금 일찍 마감해용 🙏🏻 내일 일요일은 12시-8시 정상 오픈해용 :)

17 4 Jan 20, 2018

. ✨ 2월까지만 진행하는 오픈이벤트에용 🤭 🔻 젤네일&속눈썹연장 추가금없이 3만원 🔻 📞 문의*예약 카톡 noaa2930/01022634986 인스타 ; mbellynail 검색하시면 샵, 시술사진 보실 수 있으셔용 :) 예약가능시간 🗓평일 오전 9:00 - 오후 2:00 🗓일요일 오전 9:00 - 오후 10:00(월요일휴무) 1:1시술 100%예약제 . ✔️ 예약시 젤네일 제거유무, 원하시는 디자인 있으시면 출처와 함께 미리 말씀부탁드려요 :-) ✔️ 예약시 예약금 1만원 따로 받고있어요. 당일예약 취소시 환불불가 (농협 352-0020-3597-13 최하나) 시술후에 예약금 제외 나머지 금액만 받아요 :-)

774 15 Jan 20, 2018

"Now Who's Got The Bigger Feet?" - This amazing footage was filmed on location while exploring Kelvin Seamount at a depth of ~2,050 meters (6,725 feet) using the Okeanos Deepsea ROV courtesy of NOAA Ocean Exploration - Check out this video of a sea star using its tube feet to "glide" across the seafloor. And can you spot the little brittle star trying to get out of the way?! Seen during the Okeanos Explorer Our Deepwater Backyard: Exploring Atlantic Canyons and Seamounts 2014 Expedition. - Wild, huh? When exploring the deep using remotely operated vehicles, we often capture behaviors that we wouldn't otherwise get to observe. - 🔵The movement of starfish is guided by their senses of touch and sight. There are five 'eyes', light-sensitive cushions, one at the end of each arm. These and the tube feet are connected to nerve fibres, so these animals are more complex than might appear. Although starfish started off as filter-feeders, they evolved to become major predators of shell-fish (the brachiopods and bivalves). They can also eat small crustacea and fish. Their tube feet developed suckers, perhaps originally to improve movement. Later, they were used to open shell-fish. "Suckered tube feet may not have been present in any Palaeozoic sea star". The shells of brachiopods and bivalves are held together by strong muscles. What the starfish does is clamp hold of them on either side with its tube feet, and apply a steady pull. The starfish, with its muscles and hydraulicsystem, can pull for much longer than any bivalve muscle can withstand. Apparently, ten minutes are usually enough to open the shell a bit. Then the starfish slips its stomach inside the shell. The stomach can get through a slot as narrow as 0.1mm. The starfish then dissolves the mollusc where it lives, absorbing the nutrients. This digestion process takes much longer than opening the shell, perhaps a couple of days. Some species swallow the shell whole, and dissolve the contents inside. - 🌊 🌊 💙 🌎 Global🌎

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19 2 Jan 20, 2018

So I got a few different shots of the two sun's the other day LaFollette Tennessee USA 1/18/18 . #2suns

427 1 Jan 20, 2018

"It’s as important to be passionate about fishing as it is to care for the resource." Flashback when Local Knowledge's ( ) Ali Hussainy & Rush Maltz met up with NOAA ( ) scientist Owyn Snodgrass. - Pic: . . . g g life

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Navy ship to reveal its secrets ~ U.S. Navy sailing frigate, USS Sabine, while in port. Logs from this and other Civil War Navy ships will soon be digitized and made available to the public for weather and maritime research. https://go.usa.gov/xnwxU scientists Photo Credit:

7 1 Jan 19, 2018

Register for this neat opportunity! The Climate Change Academy will involve approximately twenty hours of work plus time spent on the development of a teaching plan. Delaware and Maryland teachers who fully participate in the workshop will receive a $150 stipend, but it’s open to all! The course is offered on NOAA’s Chesapeake Bay Exploration learning management system, which also provides easy access to student-friendly environmental data. Interested? Register at https://tinyurl.com/online-climate-academy

35 1 Jan 19, 2018

: via ··· “ may be done diving for 2017, but there's still lots of deep-diving goodness to share! Check out this video of a shortfin squid (genus Illex) that inked the remotely operated vehicle! Click on the link in our bio for more! . . Explorer

16 1 Jan 19, 2018

from by ••• This animation of debris around is beautiful, but does space junk fall from the sky? If you think you know, check out the link on our website! ... iscool

28 0 Jan 19, 2018

Day 2 of production has us with . . . NOAA! HOLY JEEZUS, my college self would be so jealous right now. ♡ fisheries life

73 2 Jan 19, 2018

Here’s just a few aerial shots tossed together from a shoot 2 weeks ago out on a research boat off the shores of Bodega, Bay. The area hasn’t been fished in years and this was a rare opportunity for the fishermen. 🛥 🚁 🐡 🛥 🚁 ing bay nspire 2 7 #4k s boat ing boat fishing

22 0 Jan 19, 2018

I've been 🐳 watching hoping to lay eyes on the Right Whale that has been sighted and got a nice show from the 🚤 Mercury Marine testing facility! Happy Friday! 🏖🤓

140 3 Jan 19, 2018

LA NIÑA SEGUIRÁ PRESENTE HASTA LA PRIMAVERA DE ESTE 2018... . 19/1/2018... 3:58 pm... La NOAA informó que el fenómeno de la Niña seguirá presente, con una intensidad de débil a moderada por lo menos hasta la primavera de este 2018. Luego de esto, se espera una transición a fase Neutral... . Recordamos que cuando el fenómeno (La Niña) está presente. La región del Caribe, tiende a tornarse más lluviosa de lo normal... . Publicado por: . Más detalles en: www.meteorologiard.org . 2018

11 0 Jan 19, 2018

La NOAA anuncia que oficialmente el año 2017 fue el 3er año más caluroso registrado. with ・・・ 2017 was the third warmest year on record. It’s now been 41 years since we’ve had a colder than average year. Read more: https://www.climate.gov/global-recap-2017 change

100 4 Jan 19, 2018

Reef report: Capt Bill

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This animation of debris around is beautiful, but does space junk fall from the sky? If you think you know, check out the link on our website! ... iscool

97 1 Jan 19, 2018

. 네일&아이래쉬계정 🔻 젤네일&속눈썹연장 추가금없이 3만원 🔻 📞 문의*예약 카톡 noaa2930/01022634986 예약가능시간 🗓평일 오전 9:00 - 오후 2:00 🗓일요일 오전 9:00 - 오후 10:00(월요일휴무) 1:1시술 100%예약제 . ✔️ 예약시 젤네일 제거유무, 원하시는 디자인 있으시면 출처와 함께 미리 말씀부탁드려요 :-) ✔️ 예약시 예약금 1만원 따로 받고있어요. 당일예약 취소시 환불불가 (농협 352-0020-3597-13 최하나) 시술후에 예약금 제외 나머지 금액만 받아요 :-) 디자인참고

38 1 Jan 19, 2018

. 🔻 젤네일&속눈썹연장 추가금없이 3만원 🔻 📞 문의*예약 카톡 noaa2930/01022634986 예약가능시간 🗓평일 오전 9:00 - 오후 2:00 🗓일요일 오전 9:00 - 오후 10:00(월요일휴무) 1:1시술 100%예약제 . ✔️ 예약시 젤네일 제거유무, 원하시는 디자인 있으시면 출처와 함께 미리 말씀부탁드려요 :-) ✔️ 예약시 예약금 1만원 따로 받고있어요. 당일예약 취소시 환불불가 (농협 352-0020-3597-13 최하나) 시술후에 예약금 제외 나머지 금액만 받아요 :-) 디자인참고

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