PMEL in the News
Searching for the World's Most Endangered Whale
For 25 years, an oceanographic buoy named Peggy has been moored in the middle of the Bering Sea collecting data on ocean conditions for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. EcoFOCI's M2 mooring work is referenced.
NOAA makes a pact with Vulcan to deepen collaboration on ocean science
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says it has forged a new agreement with Vulcan Inc., the Seattle-based holding company created by the late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, to share data on ocean science and exploration. The PMEL/Paul G. Allen Family Foundation partnership is referenced.
Climate change's impact on Washington weather
Melting ice sheets, strengthening hurricanes, sinking islands, and deadly heat waves. These are just a few of the effects that are at the forefront of climate-related issues. Nick Bond is quoted.
Long-range summer forecast for Washington: Warmer and drier than usual
The recent spell of dry weather this month is one for the record books because the National Weather Service says the weather station at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is experiencing its second driest April ever through April 20. Nick Bond is quoted.
Looking ahead to Washington's summer: Hotter and drier than normal, with a wildfire threat
Amid warmer temps and sunnier skies, Washingtonians are looking away from the current pandemic and toward potential complications from wildfires in the summer months ahead. Nick Bond is quoted.