The National Ocean Service 2007 Annual Report (pdf, 2.0 mb, 48 pages) is now online.
Visit the newly redesigned NOS International Program Office Web site to learn about NOS-wide international activities that bring together expertise and technical capabilities to protect ocean and coastal resources on a global level.
Visit NOAA's New England Red Tide Information Center Web site to view up-to-date information about significant harmful algal blooms predicted for the coast of New England.
Visit this Web site to view a presentation explaining how NOS's Office of Response and Restoration and the National Weather Service work together in responding to an oil or chemical spill to enhance trajectory models, conduct safe field operations, and plan overflights.
The Web site of NOAA@Nauticus discusses this exciting partnership between NOAA and Nauticus, Virginia's seaport museum in downtown Norfolk. Together, NOAA and Nauticus are developing exhibits and educational programs to enhance scientific and environmental literacy and increase understanding about NOAA.
the NOAA 200th Celebration
Web Site to see how the National Ocean Service has contributed to this 200-year legacy. Learn about our history, including how
our charting and coastal mapping pieces have grown since the 1800s. Explore how recent changes have shaped NOAA and NOS initiatives, such as in marine sanctuaries, coastal management, and coastal ecosystem research. Or, take a look at what lies in our future,
sensing to spill
Visit the Office of Coast Survey Navigational Charts Web site to access nautical charts in various formats.
Learn about coastal population trends between 1980 and 2003 and projected change by 2008.
Visit Tides Online for tide levels arround the U.S.
Search the NOAA Staff Directory
Interested in working at NOAA? Visit the NOAA Careers page.
Tell us how we are doing. Take the Online User Survey.