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Some deep-water coral reefs have the potential to help nearby shallow corals recover from disturbances

In one of the first studies examining the genetic relationship between shallow and deep reefs in the Caribbean, we found that shallow reefs are more likely to rebound faster when receiving their larval supply from distant shallow reefs compared to nearby deep reefs, but not at all locations.
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NOAA Launches Coyote UAS from P-3 Hurricane Hunter into Hurricane Edouard

NOAA successfully deployed unmanned aircraft from a NOAA P-3 Hurricane Hunter directly into a hurricane for the first time, into Hurricane Edouard. Data from the Coyote UAS is expected to provide unique and potentially groundbreaking insights into a critical region of the storm environment.
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Research Fit for a King Tide

Scientists at AOML sampled and examined water from the highest astronomical tide of the year, looking for sources of contamination in order to access possible impacts from future flooding events.
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New process allows scientists to track glacier changes via satellite

Florida Institute of Technology mathematics assistant professor Dr. Nezamoddin N. Kachouie, along with his collaborators, has developed a method for tracking and estimating mountain glacier change via satellite images, allowing data collection from previously hard-to-reach glaciers.

When the Bangladesh people think the monsoon starts

We travelled to different regions around Bangladesh to ask the people how the define the monsoon and when they think it starts. Then we compared the people's perception with previously published scientific literature, and found that they don't always agree.

Protecting endangered Caribbean hawksbill sea turtles

Protecting key beach and marine habitats used by Barbados hawksbill sea turtles during the breeding season would do much to boost recovery of C'bean hawksbills. Its design would protect 65 percent of marine habitat used by hawksbills nesting on one of the most important nesting beaches in the C'bean