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Several coral reefs in the Florida Keys could be getting a new lease on life.
More than two million items of litter located in all parts of the globe have been logged into the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Marine Debris Tracker app since it was first introduced in 2010.
NOAA's Office of National Marine Sanctuaries presented an expert panel on Thursday highlighting the value of visiting and partnering with local marine sanctuaries to keep our waterways protected.
The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has awarded about $15.6 million (~14.2 million Euros) in grants to four teams to do research on coastal and marine resources in the Gulf of Mexico area.
NOAA has awarded grants of $2.7 million to projects aimed at combating the damage done by marine debris.
If you're a beach cleanup aficionado and passionate about ridding the oceans of marine debris, the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is seeking your input.
If you're a fan of diving the U.S. portions of the Great Lakes, you've got about a week left to submit comments regarding the possibility of setting up a national marine sanctuary along eastern Lake Ontario.
Episode 22 of the NOAA podcast covering American Samoa is now out.
Just because a sunken ship has been regularly visited by divers doesn't mean its full story has been told.
The Goal: Clean Seas Florida Keys initiative empowers locals and provides practical solutions to marine debris problems for the short-term and the long-haul.
NOAA has released its 2018 Marine Debris Accomplishments report.
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