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NOAA Research Celebrates World Ocean Day Exploring Ocean Data

NOAA Research Celebrates World Ocean Day Exploring Ocean Data

World Ocean Day is celebrated every year on June 8th. This year, NOAA Research is celebrating all month long and highlighting ocean observing and monitoring tools on social media during the week of June 8th. Follow along with the hashtags #WorldOceanMonth or #30DaysofOcean on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter from @NOAAResearch! To dig a little deeper, we asked NOAA scientists how their data is impacting science, society, and the environment. Check out the article that describes four key ways NOAA uses ocean data using tools such as Argo floats, drifting buoys, and hurricane gliders.

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