PMEL in the News
The never-ending snow day: cozy at home, or cooped up inside?
Nick Bond is interviewed on KUOW about what's next with the weather.
Wind Change Pulls Curtain Back On A Future Bering Sea
For those who wonder what the Bering Sea will be like decades from now, last year was a glimpse of the future. Join Phyllis Stabeno and Tom Van Pelt on KYUK, Alaska's Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta.
How Ocean Currents Influence Global Climate And Weather
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's 2018 Arctic Report Card, released this week, warns that a warming Arctic is causing widespread environmental changes. These changes are due in part to the ways the Arctic affects ocean currents around the world. Greg Johnson is featured.
Warmer-than-normal water mass emerges in Gulf of Alaska
Scientists say another mass of warmer than normal water is slowly re-emerging in the Gulf of Alaska. KTOO Public Media in Juneau reports the new "blob" could affect weather and fisheries in southeast Alaska, but scientists say it doesn't appear as strong as the one first noted in 2013. Nick Bond is quoted.
New warm ocean Blob could affect Southeast winter weather, fisheries
The Blob could be back. Or, maybe it’s the Son of Blob. Either way, the warm water phenomenon first discovered in the North Pacific five years ago is slowly reemerging in the Gulf of Alaska. Nick Bond is quoted.