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OCEANOGRAPHY LINKS

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Ocean Planet - a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition which celebrates the spectacular diversity of the oceans and examines the environmental issues they now face.

Oceanography from the Space Shuttle - photographic survey of oceanic phenomenon visible to the naked eye acquired by NASA astronauts, including waves, spiral eddies, ship wakes, pollution at sea, and coastal phenomena.

Beach Temperatures - Going to the Beach? Consult NOAA's Coastal Water Temperature Guide.

Coral Reefs - Find out why they call them 'rainforests of the sea.'

NOAA's Climate Data At-A-Glance - Find 107 years of weather data for the USA.

NOAA's Ocean Explorer - Ocean exploration without getting wet.

One-Stop Shopping for Information on the Earth's Ozone Layer

NOAA's National Geodetic Survey is encouraging a marker be set at each State Population Center.

NOAA Broadcast - live and pre-recorded streaming audio/video.

NOAA Photo Library - more than 16,000 public domain photos - animals, reefs, coastal scenes and much more!

3-D Weather Images - NOAA's visualization lab uses 3-D technology to create graphics of weather events such as hurricanes and severe weather.

Search and Rescue Satellite-aided Tracking / Emergency Beacon Registration - See how NOAA's SARSAT helps to save mariners in distress.

Tidal Information Page - calculates tides from the present for up to 30 days in the future for cities in the United States, Australia, and Canada.

Page last updated August 23, 2007

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