Did you know that some areas of the U.S. coastal chart you're using may only show land and bottom features accurate in position to +/- 1,600 feet, and you shouldn't be confident about the depth soundings either?
The heat goes on — and so do the records. April 2016 showed record warmth, rounding out a full year of record-breaking monthly temperatures for the Earth.
McMurdo, the emergency readiness and response division of Orolia, was selected by NOAA to provide support services for its next-generation search-and-rescue satellite-aided systems.
Researchers knew California’s drought was a record-breaker when they set out to find its exact place in history, but they were surprised by what they discovered...
NOAA’s quest to better understand the world’s seafloor continues, as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has committed two of its ships to collect and update chart data in the Arctic.
The nation's on nautical chartmaker, NOAA's Office of Coast Survey has released a new and expanded nautical covering Charleston Harbor Entrance and Approach.
NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center is forecasting a near-normal or below-normal Atlantic hurricane season this year thanks largely to the presence of El Niño conditions in the tropical region.
The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration is taking a look back at a November that had the highest average temperature over global land and ocean surfaces ever recorded for that month.