Month: January 2021

New Tide Gauge Station Built in Chuuk, Micronesia

New Tide Gauge Station Built in Chuuk, Micronesia Chuuk, Micronesia has not had an active tide gauge for many years. In partnership with KIOST, the University of Hawaii Sea Level Center (UHSLC) was able to coordinate and help get a station built during the pandemic. Since travel was restricted, the technicians at UHSLC built the station in their …

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NPR Covers 2020’s Record Heat and NOAA’s Arctic Research

New Tide Gauge Station Built in Chuuk, Micronesia NOAA’s Arctic research is highlighted in the NPR story: 2020 May Be the Hottest Year on Record. Here’s the Damage it Did. NOAA scientist Jackie Grebmeier is quoted talking about the Norseman II cruise that was delayed to October of last year, when record heat was detected. Read the …

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