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Final shades of daylight as night falls at the Mauna Loa Observatory.
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A green laser shooting into the night sky monitors various aerosols and particulate matter such as volcanic dust and various forms of air pollution in the atmosphere.
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The carbon dioxide curve continues marching in an upward direction as shown by the observations of the Mauna Loa Observatory.
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A blazing sunset at sea as the NOAA Ship HI'IALAKAI is seemingly led to the west by a booby flying over the jackstaff.
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A tropical rain squall enveloping Palmyra Island.
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A tropical rain squall over Palmyra Island.
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A partial rainbow over the tropical Pacific Ocean.
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A sunset over Bering Sea crab fishing vessels.
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A Bering Sea sunset
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A Bering Sea sunset
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Fog enveloping an Aleutian Island.
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Allen Shimada enjoying the weather at Portage Glacier.
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Plowing into the swells of the Northwest Pacific Ocean aboard a Japanese fisheries training vessel.
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Tide rips in Unimak Pass.
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Outward bound from San Francisco. The north pier of the Golden Gate Bridge is shrouded in fog.
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Looking back as leaving San Francisco Bay. The north pier of the Golden Gate Bridge is shrouded in fog.
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A view of the north pier of the Golden Gate Bridge.
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A common view in the vicinity of the Aleutian Islands. Gales, storms, and rough seas are the normal situation throughout much of the year.
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A DART II tsunami-warning buoy
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A DART II tsunami-warning buoy
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A DART II tsunami-warning buoy
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Servicing a DART II tsunami-warning buoy with crew from the OSCAR ELTON SETTE.
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A DART II tsunami-warning buoy with the NOAA Ship OSCAR ELTON SETTE in the background.
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Servicing a DART II tsunami-warning buoy with crew from the OSCAR ELTON SETTE.
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Beautiful cumulus clouds offshore of a Hawaiian island.
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Shadow bands and light bands during a tropical sunset
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Shadow bands and light bands during a tropical sunset
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Shadow bands and light bands during a tropical sunset
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Sun, light, clouds, and ocean
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Fog and bongo nets
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Rainbow over a small cargo ship
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Rainbow at sunset with a small cargo ship in the distance.
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Light reflecting off a tropic sea
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Sunlight sparkling on a tropic sea
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A tropical sunset
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Graphic from NOAA's Historical Hurricane Tracks tool shows all hurricanes passing with 65 nautical miles of Cape Hatteras since 1900.
North Carolina, Cape Hatteras 2010
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Forecasters from the Storm Prediction Center are issuing new public severe weather outlooks when conditions are favorable for strong and violent tornadoes to occur overnight.
Oklahoma, Norman 2009
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Adrian Colton at the Mauna Loa Observatory shows how early flask samples were filled at the site. Air collected year-round at MLO and eight other remote sites world-wide has been analyzed for the industrial solvent methyl chloroform. Variability in the decay of this chemical helps scientists understand the cleansing power of the global atmosphere and its sensitivity to perturbations.
Hawaii, Mauna Loa 2010
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NOAA engineer Paul Fukumura-Sawada captures air near NOAA's Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii, using one of many methods to measure carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in Earth's atmosphere. A snow -covered Mauna Kea forms the backdrop for this chilly work.
Hawaii, Mauna Loa 2008 winter
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A new real-time wind and current system installed as part of the Pascagoula- Gulfport Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System (PORTS@)
Mississippi, Gulfport 2008 May
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Climate Reference Network Station at Baker, Nevada.
Nevada, Baker 2008
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Surface temperature change graphic indicating North America and the northern hemisphere are becoming warmer.
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NOAA Tsunami ready sign. In case of earthquake, go to high ground or inland.
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NOAA's Patricia Lang prepares to measure methane levels inside a flask that is part of NOAA's global air sampling network. Such measurements were critical in helping an international team of scientists understand the oxidizing or cleansin g power of the global atmosphere and its sensitivity to natural and human-induce d perturbations. Methane levels were a key point of comparison in the new study.
Hawaii, Mauna Loa 2010
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NOAA's laurel Watts and NASA Dryden's Dennis Pitts install NOAA's Ozone instrument on NASA's Global Hawk.
California, Edwards Air Force Base
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Atmospheric scientists check out their instruments in a hangar at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center prior to installation aboard one of NASA's two Global Hawk aircrafft for the Global Hawk Pacific environmental science mission.
California, Edwards Air Force Base
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A wind turbine at the National Wind Technology Center
Colorado, south of Boulder
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Tornado damage.
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U. S. Climate Reference Network updated April 1, 2008
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Wind turbines in corn field

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