Emily Tewes • September 19, 2014
Adapting to a changing climate is arguably one of the most significant puzzles of our time. As a Knauss Marine Policy Fellow in NOAA’s Climate Program Office, I am exploring some of the many approaches that NOAA and other organizations are taking to prepare the United States and the world for the impacts of a rapidly changing climate. Among these is preserving coastal ecosystems like mangroves,... Read more . . .
Rachel Husted • September 2, 2014
In her third and final dispatch, an undergraduate intern reflects on her experiences on a NOAA scientific expedition to the North Atlantic. | The Okeanos Explorer is back in port. The ship came in a day early due to concerns about Hurricane Cristobal. Read more . . .
Rachel Husted • August 14, 2014
An undergraduate intern writes about her experiences on a NOAA scientific expedition currently underway. | NOAA’s Okeanos Explorer, “America’s Ship for Ocean Exploration,” is a truly unique place. Read more . . .
Tammy Newcomer Johnson • August 7, 2014
Gushing waterfalls, rainbow-colored coral reefs and tropical fish, turquoise waves and white sand beaches — Hawai’i is a literal paradise. Read more . . .