NOAA ship Oregon II to leave Pascagoula on 300th research cruise
But the future of Aquarius is, at the moment, dark and clouded. The lab, the only one of its kind in the world, has fallen victim to budget cuts from Washington. NOAA was under orders to tighten up, and the $3 million annual budget for Aquarius was
Stanford Professor Noah Diffenbaugh is joined by Harold Brooks of the NOAA National Severe Storms Lab, Martin Hoerling of the NOAA Earth System Research Lab, Angela Fritz of Weather Underground, Dave Metz of the FM3 opinion research firm, and
PASCAGOULA, Mississippi — As research vessel Oregon II pulls out of its Pascagoula homeport Friday morning, it will celebrate a milestone that not many National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ships attain.
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Record heat and dryness continues to plague much of the U.S. but latest data from NOAA's Climate Prediction Center suggests major changes may begin late this fall. At least one model suggests ocean temperature profiles from the South American coast out