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1 Isaias Brings Wind, Rain And Tornado Risks Up Through The Northeast Into Canada
2 New Data Shows an ‘Extraordinary’ Rise in U.S. Coastal Flooding
3 San Diego Beaches Under Rip Current Warning – Here’s How to Avoid Getting Caught in One
4 NOAA: high tide flooding will continue into 2021
5 Here's what a possible La Niña could mean for Dallas-Fort Worth weather this winter
6 NOAA Now Predicts Up To 25 Named Storms In The Atlantic Hurricane Season
7 Stay prepared during hurricane season | News | dothaneagle.com
8 Viewpoint: Nuisance Flooding Becomes Worse
9 High-Tide ‘Nuisance’ Flooding to Continue to Grow and Plague U.S. Communities: NOAA
10 Tropical Storm Isaias forecasts are 'tricky' for the NWS, but Grand Strand impact likely
11 With Sea Level Rise, High-tide Flooding Spikes Along U.S. Coasts
12 Delaware towns could see 100 days of sunny-day flooding in 2050, says NOAA report
13 In brief: Science & Nature
14 Moderate algal bloom predicted
15 U.S. High-Tide Flooding Continues to Increase
16 Moderate summer harmful algal bloom predicted for western Lake Erie – Ohio Ag Net
17 Algae blooms return to Lake Erie
18 Tropical Storm Isaias spreads dead zones in Severn River, killing thousands of fish
19 Area marine labs weather Isaias, continue research | News
20 Coastal flooding likely to increase in Atlantic City and Cape May over the next year
21 Coastal flooding trend to continue as climate crisis escalates
22 Make ship speed limits mandatory to protect right whales, advocates say
23 My internship at the National Park Service South Florida and Caribbean Network
24 Celebrating 50 Years of Service to Public and Environment
25 10 alarming facts about the 2020 hurricane season | Loop News
26 Improperly disposed of PPE raises environmental concerns
27 Martha Roby: Stay prepared during hurricane season
28 The disappearance of Arctic sea ice in the Bering Strait due to climate change could lead to increased ocean noise
29 July melts records for N.J.‘s hottest month in history
30 Northern Michigan's temperatures expected to trend above normal through rest of summer
31 Dredging of Brainerd Lake still anticipated for this fall
32 The Weather Authority | Shower and storm chances ramping up
33 NWS: 2 More Tornadoes Confirmed, 6 Total, As Tropical Storm Isaias Moved Through Maryland
34 Isaias Damage Report: 3 confirmed tornadoes, state of Emergency in Leonardtown, multiple water rescues
35 Questions about sunscreen safety remain unanswered as FL summer traditions resume
36 Louisiana's oil industry hoping for federal help until global fuel demand rebounds
37 How Tide Predictions Made D-Day Possible
38 What Is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch?
39 There’s no place like home: Four Hawaiian monk seals returned to Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
40 The National Marine Fisheries Service is Angling to Regulate Aquaculture; the Fifth Circuit Won't Bite
41 Looking to pivot? How about living shoreline design?
42 'It’s disintegrated': Canada's last intact Arctic ice shelf has collapsed
43 Hurricane Hanna Inches Closer to the Southern Texas Coast at Midday
44 Great Lakes temperatures soar to 'basically bathwater' amid summer heat wave
45 Marine Heatwaves Can Scatter Ocean Wildlife More Than a Thousand Miles
46 Court ruling won’t stop Gulf fish farm, CEO says
47 An Oil Spill's Silver Lining: The 30th Anniversary of OPA 90
48 Outer Banks Forever announces new projects for Outer Banks national parks
49 Restoring oyster beds and saving stranded dolphins: See how $28.7 million in BP oil spill money will be spent
50 VEREIT® and Ocean West Acquire a $247 Million Distribution and Warehouse Facility Adding to Industrial Partnership Portfolio
51 Louisiana's oil industry hoping for federal help until global demand rebounds
52 Amid power outages, CEO of generator maker anticipates 'massive change' coming to the grid
53 Weird ‘boomerang’ earthquake detected under the Atlantic Ocean
54 Mauritius oil spill map: Devastating extent of oil spill
55 How Does a Fish Finder Work
56 Fish Farms In The Gulf Of Mexico Are A No-Go
57 Under the sea: What you need to know about the dangerous box jellyfish
58 Kenneth Erickson is a fellowship finalist
59 FY21 Budget Request: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
60 The Eater LA Guide on How to Help
61 June 2020 named National Ocean Month
62 Claims Shops Deploy Remote Adjusting For Storm Damages Expected to Top $4B
63 Lunarline Awarded a Contract to Support the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and National Ocean Service
64 Building a better tornado warning system when minutes count
65 Tropical Storm Douglas to become hurricane before entering Central Pacific, forecasters say
66 Isaias brings wind, downs trees along Crystal Coast
67 Rip Currents Can Kill: What You Need To Know As A Florida Beachgoer
68 Weather Alert: Heat Advisory for Monday and Tuesday
69 June is National Ocean Month
70 NOAA hosts virtual meeting to discuss offshore mapping progress in Alaska
71 Economists: Oceans and Great Lakes contributed $373 billion to U.S. in 2018
72 ECS to Support NOAA National Ocean Service R&D Efforts; George Wilson Quoted
73 America's Blue Economy Worth Nearly $373 Billion
74 Fast Facts: How Much Oxygen Comes From the Ocean?
75 FY20 Appropriations Bills: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
76 Gulf 'Dead Zone' Forecast Larger Than Average This Summer
77 Marine labs close, make adjustments in wake of outbreak
78 Great Pacific Garbage Patch
79 Tiny plankton drive processes in the ocean that capture twice as much carbon as scientists thought
80 NOAA wraps up awards on $3B 'ProTech' services vehicle
81 How much oxygen comes from the ocean?
82 Gulf of Mexico ‘Dead Zone’ Will Be Large This Summer, Scientists Predict
83 NOAA's future-forward cloud, data strategies
84 Coastal Flooding – rising seas, more flooding
85 NOAA awards $10.2 million for harmful algal bloom research
86 NOAA Facts: What Are Plankton?
87 NOAA Selects Woolpert for $40M Shoreline Mapping Support Services Contract
88 Moderate algae bloom forecast for Lake Erie this summer
89 Alaska artists and makers create virtual activities for at-home fun
90 US marine economy worth $373 billion
91 Scientists forecast larger Gulf of Mexico 'dead zone' for summer 2020
92 TerraSond lands 7th NOAA hydrographic survey contract
93 It’s world sea turtle day! How many nests does Hilton Head have?
94 Weekday Weather 101 Lesson: Tsunamis
95 Weekday Weather 101 Lesson: Tropical Cyclones
96 New camera watching Holland State Park | News | 1450 99.7 WHTC
97 Reviving the Gulf Dead Zone Is Worth it: Our New Report Shows the Benefits of Action
98 Budget uncertainty pauses algal bloom testing at Utah Lake
99 Weather Service deputy director talks value of broadening horizons
100 US sanctions on Iran shipping network take effect