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Greetings from Cleveland, Ohio! NOAA's National Weather Service Office worked closely with the Old Womans Creek National Estuarine Research Reserve to install instruments to measure meteorological and hydrological parameters. L-R: Kirk Lombardy, Mike Dutter, Will Kubina, Olga Drabiak, Paul Wolff, Chris Mello, Karen Oudeman, Heather Elmer, Frank Lopez and William Comeaux.
Ohio, Huron 2007
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NOAA's Real Property Management Division in the Office of the Chief Administrative Officer met in Seattle for its annual training conference. Representatives from all offices; Seattle, Boulder, Kansas City, Norfolk, and HQ in Silver Spring participated.
Washington, Seattle 2007 May
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Greetings from Minnesota! The co-located NOAA National Weather Service offices of the National Operational Hydrologic Remote Sensing Center, the North Central River Forecast Center, and the Weather Forecast Office teamed up to host "Scout Day." More than 300 boy and girl scouts and 200 family members visited the NOAA facility which helped many of them earn their weather merit badge.
Minnesota, Chanhassen 2007 October
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Greetings from Idaho! NOAA's National Weather Service in Boise sent outreach team members to the mountains for Adopt-A-Highway litter pickup along State Highway 21. The team collected 7 full bags of litter while experiencing the first snowfall of the season. L-R: Patricia Gilson, Bill Wojcik, Simone Lewis, David Groenert, Megan Thimmesch, Valerie Mills, and Coleen Decker.
Idaho, Idaho City 2007 October
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Greetings from California! Staff members from NOAA's National Weather Service in Sacramento and the California Department of Water Resources, teamed up to organize an exhibit during the 2007 California State Fair featuring NOAA's Science on a Sphere which animates images of current weather around the globe, atmospheric rivers, and other natural atmospheric and oceanic phenomena.
California, Sacramento 2007 July
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Greetings from Texas! The National Weather Service Spaceflight Meteorology Group (SMG) supports NASA human spaceflight operations at Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston. The SMG is shown at the Space Shuttle Mission Control Center. L-R: ammi Barreras, Frank Brody, Kurt Van Speybroeck, Richard Lafosse, Doris Hood, Tim Oram, Steve Early, Mark Wiley, Tim Garner, Brian Hoeth.
Texas, Houston
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Greetings from Florida! NOAA Fisheries Office for Law Enforcement (OLE) special agent Rich Chesler takes a break from conducting complex criminal and civil investigations to team with Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Ryan Smith onboard the NOAA M/V Titusville for a joint patrol off of Cape Canaveral.
Florida, Cape Canaveral
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Greetings from Hawaii! More than 170 participants from around the world participated in the NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL) 50th Anniversary of the Global Carbon Dioxide Record Symposium and Celebration. The meeting celebrated Charles David Keeling's first atmospheric CO2 measurements, a half-century ago and discussed the findings of the IPCC report.
Hawaii, Kona 2007 November
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Greetings from Michigan! Site supervisor and some of the staff of NOAA's Thunder Bay NMS. Their float represents the burning of the ship Monohansett that was lost to fire exactly 100 years prior to the date of Alpena's Holiday Parade. L-R front: Tane Casserley, Joe Geroux and Tera Panknin. Rear L-R: Chuck Bennett, John Jensen, Wayne Lusardi, Jean Prevo, Cathy Green, and supervisor Jeff Gray.
Michigan, Alpena 2007 December
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Greetings from Maryland! NOAA's Safety and Environmental Compliance Office held their annual safety and environmental professionals workshop in March. SECO is responsible for the occupational health and safety, and environmental compliance programs across NOAA.
Maryland, Silver Spring
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Greetings from Saudi Arabia! Charlie Paxton from NOAA's Tampa Bay Area National Weather Service office, Jeffrey Stuart from NOAA's National Weather Service International Office, and Richard Crouthamel, a NOAA National Weather Service contractor and employee of the International Environmental Data Rescue Organization installed and ran the Weather Research and Forecasting Model
Saudi Arabia, Jeddah
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Greetings from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia! NOAA scientists Tim Fuller-Rowell, Mihail Codrescu, Karen O'Loughlin, David Anderson, Justin Mabie , and Stefan Maus (not shown) attended the Space Weather Science and Education Workshop. NOAA's mission was to promote science education and help developing nations in Africa build infrastructure for environmental research and climate monitoring.
Ethiopia, Addis Ababa
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Hafa Adai and greetings from where America's day begins! NOAA's Weather Forecast Office in Guam is the only National Weather Service Office west of the International Date Line. It has an area of responsibility larger than the entire continental U.S. L-R: Michael Ziobro, Patrick Chan, Paul Stanko, Carol Baqui, Greg Lonien, Paul Lee, Genevieve Miller, Reggie Howe, and Paul Oudeman.
Mariana Islands, Guam
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Greetings from Florida. The theme of the 2007 Tampa Bay Area Suncoast Combined Federal Campaign was "From the Heart" and the heroes of the Tampa Bay Area Weather Forecast Office contributed to this campaign wholeheartedly. L-R: Dan Noah, Bud Fislar, Ryan Sharp, Russell Henes, MIC Brian LaMarre, John McMichael, Karen Brown, Anthony Reynes, Tony Harper.
Flordia, Tampa Bay
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Greetings from Connecticut! Twelve employees of commercial and restoration shellfish hatcheries gathered at NOAA's Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NMFS ) laboratory in Milford, Conn., for training in the culture of marine microalgae to feed seed clams and oysters in their facilities. Shown is the 2007 class of the Biotechnology Branch's annual Milford Microalgal Culture Workshop.
Connecticut, Milford
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Greetings from Seattle, Wash! NOAA's Alaska Fisheries Science Center employees celebrated their collective survival of another field season at their biennial Shipwreck & Survival Bash. They poked fun at all the humorous incidents that always accompany field work by sharing some good sea stories and photos from their research cruises.
Washington, Seattle
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Greetings from Texas! NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, Galveston Laboratory raises captive sea turtles for research and rehabilitates sea turtles injured by fishing and other activities in the Gulf of Mexico.
Texas, Galveston
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Hello from the Protected Resources Division at NOAA Fisheries Service's Southeast Regional Office in St. Petersburg, Fla.! The Marine Mammal Branch within Protected Resources strives to promote responsible viewing and conservation of wild bottlenose dolphins through the use of eye-catching billboards. L-R: Stacey Carlson, Laura Engleby, and Kristin Thoms.
Florida, St. Petersburg
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Greetings from the Adirondack State Park, Parishville, N.Y.! NOAA's National Weather Service Forecast Office in Burlington, Vt., has installed a new NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards transmitter to serve St. Lawrence and Franklin countie s in a cooperative effort with New York Emergency Management. L-R: Gregory Hanson, Dennis Baron, Leslie Day.
New York, Parishville
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Greetings from Florida! Personnel from the NOAA Aircraft Operations Center hosted their annual Safety and Aviation conference at MacDill Air Force Base. AOC personnel, RADM Jon Bailey, stakeholders in NOAA aircraft operations, and guest speakers gathered in AOC's hangar with one of the P-3s, the G-IV, and a Shrike to commemorate NOAA's 200th Anniversary.
Florida, Tampa
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Greetings from Nevada. Elko NOAA WFO personnel gather at Sherman Station, a symbol of the rich heritage of Nevada. The buildings at the station are "turn of the century" landmarks including ranch house, stable, creamery, blacksmith shop, and schoolhouse. L-R: Jonathan McGee, Ray Martin, James Harmer, Gavin Phillips, Larry Whitworth, Jason Grzywacz, Rick Arkell, and Kevin Baker.
Nevada, Elko
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Greetings from Camp Springs, Maryland. NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP), an organization within NOAA's National Weather Service. NCEP is at the central core of national forecasts. Centers represented here are: Office of the director, Central Operations, Environmental Modeling Centers, Clim ate Prediction Center, Ocean Prediction Center, Hydrometeorological Pred. Center
Maryland, Camp Springs
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Greetings from the Monitoring and Analysis Division in Seattle, Wash.! This Division prepares approximately 375 fishery observers each year for deployment aboard commercial fishing vessels in Alaska - and safety is always the top priority. 2006 participants are shown here being trained in cold water survival skills in Lake Washington.
Washington, Seattle 2006
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Lt.(j.g.) Andrew P. Seaman (seated) and Cdr. John Adler of NOAA Research's Earth System Research Laboratory, look at how aerosol particle detecting Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) works at the Global Monitoring Division atop the NOAA facility in Boulder, Colorado. The LIDAR reflects off pollutants in the atmosphere and reveals their concentration at different altitudes.
Colorado, Boulder
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Brooke Bingaman and Dave Soroka from the National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office in Monterey participated in several community outreach programs for local middle and elementary school students. The 29th annual San Jose State University "Expanding Your Horizons" Conference at SJSU attracted 800 young women and 200 accompanying adults. Bingaman made multiple presentations here.
California, San Jose 2007 March
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Warning Coordination Meteorologist Dave Soroka from the National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office in Monterey, California, gave three lectures concerning Weather Service Mission, Weather Safety, Hydrological Cycle, Drawing Isobars, and Severe Weather at San Lorenzo Elementary School.
California, Felton 2007 March 27
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NOAA's Office of Response and Restoration Emergency Response Division met for an all-hands retreat in Seattle, Washington. During the retreat, a field trip was organized to visit the Treasures of NOAA's Ark exhibit at the Pacific Science Center.
Washington, Seattle 2007 March
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NOAA's Office of Response and Restoration (OR&R) Emergency Response Division (ERD) met for an allhands retreat. During the retreat, relationships forged with internal and external partners and a Three-Year Operating Plan was formulated.
Washington, Seattle
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Molecular geneticist Dr. Ewann Berntson and her team at Northwest Fisheries Science Center's Genetics and Evolution Program have been performing genetic research on fish (primarily salmon) populations for over 30 years.
Washington, Seattle
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Dr. Nathaniel Scholz leads a Northwest Fisheries Science Center team that is conducting groundbreaking research using the zebrafish as a biomedical model to determine the developmental effects of contaminants. Using innovative techniques and state-of-the art DNA tools, Nat's team demonstrated for the first time that the heart was the major target for polycylic aromatic hydrocarbons.
Washington, Seattle
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Greetings from the National Weather Service in Monterey, California! The National Weather Service participated in a recent Emergency Preparedness Fair in Mountain View. With the recent wave of strong earthquakes in the Pacific and potential tsunamis in the coastal areas, there was much interest in a tsunami's impact on the San Francisco Bay Area.
California, Mountain View
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Greetings from the National Weather Service Office in Monterey! The office recently participated in an Emergency Preparedness Fair in Mountain View. Front L-R: Brian Tentinger, Dave Reynolds, Brooke Bingaman, and Dan Gudgel. Back L-R: Steve Anderson, David Rosenberg, Wayne Bailey, W. Pi, B.Benjamin, J.Kopps, J.Hel ms,C.Brenchley, D. Soroka, M.Mehle, M.Strobin, C.Walbrun, R.Walbrun, D.Dykema.
California, Monterey
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Marking the nationwide "Bring Your Kid to Work Day,"NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center in Seattle engaged 35 children of center staff in dozens of hands -on science activities aimed at advancing environmental literacy and greater understanding of their parents' role. Kids learned to dissect fish, run DNA gels , and use tags to count fish.
Washington, Seattle 2007 April
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Marine archaeologists from NOAA and the state of Alaska conducted a survey in May of the wreck of the former U.S. Coast Survey Steamer Hassler, built in 1871 for the Coast Survey and named for its first superintendent. Diver Hans van Tilburg, NOAA maritime archaeologist, explores the wreck site.
Alaska, Eldred Rock, Lynn Canal 2007 May
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Marine archaeologists from NOAA and the state of Alaska conducted a survey in May of the wreck of the former U.S. Coast Survey Steamer Hassler, built in 1871 for the Coast Survey and named for its first superintendent. L-R: Tane Casserley (NOAA), Dave McMahan (Alaska OHA), and John Jensen (SEA).
Alaska, Eldred Rock, Lynn Canal 2007 May
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After months of planning Seattle's NOAA 200th celebration event, the "Get to know NOAA Weekend" was held in June in conjunction with the "Treasures of NOAA's Ark" exhibit at the Pacific Science Center in conjunction with the "Treasures of NOAA's Ark" exhibit. NOAA NWS, NOAA Corps, NMFS, NOS, OAR/PMEL offices, and Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary were represented.
Washington, Seattle 2007 June
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NOAA celebrated June 8th as "World Ocean Day" and California's first "Thank You Ocean Day" by bringing 1,200 4th and 5th graders to Dockweiler Beach. Many of these students had never seen the ocean despite living only a few miles away and were in awe of the sights and sounds of their day at the beach. NOAA NMFS, NWS , and NOS marine sancturaries offices participated as well as many partners.
California, Los Angeles, Dockweiler Beach 2007 June 8
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NOAA celebrated June 8th as "World Ocean Day" and California's first "Thank You Ocean Day" by bringing 1,200 4th and 5th graders to Dockweiler Beach. Many of these students had never seen the ocean despite living only a few miles away and were in awe of the sights and sounds of their day at the beach. Here the kids express their feelings about the ocean.
California, Los Angeles, Dockweiler Beach 2007 June 8
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Hundreds of NOAA employees and partners participated in the 4th annual NOAA Restoration Day in Maryland and Virginia. This is one of the largest voluntary federal employee sponsored environmental stewardship events in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. The Maryland event was held at the Jug Bay component of the Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve.
Maryland, Patuxent River 2007 June 12
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Hundreds of NOAA employees and partners participated in the 4th annual NOAA Restoration Day in Maryland and Virginia. This is one of the largest voluntary federal employee sponsored environmental stewardship events in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. The Virginia event was held at the Virginia Commonwealth University Rice Center in Charles City, VA. - Maryland event at Jug Bay.
Maryland, Patuxent River 2007 June 12
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NOAA scientists with AOML's Physical Oceanography Division and the NMFS Southeast Fisheries Science Center partnered in a joint research cruise aboard the NOAA Ship Nancy Foster this past March-April 2007 to gather biological and physical oceanographic data from the coastal waters of the Virgin Islands. L-R: Dave Leaphart, Grant Rawson, Ashly Beebe, Natasha Davis, and Estrella Malca.
United States Virgin Islands
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Two National Geodetic Survey field parties combined with crews from the Office of Marine and Aviation Operations Aircraft Operations Center to perform Airport Obstruction Surveys this summer in support of safe navigation at 22 remote airports in Alaska. L-R: Lt. Jason Mansour (NOAA Corps), Lt. Kristie Twining (NOAA Corps), Chief of Survey Party Tim Wilkins and Joseph Kordosky both (NGS).
Alaska, interior 2007 Summer
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Two National Geodetic Survey field parties combined with crews from the Office of Marine and Aviation Operations Aircraft Operations Center to perform Airport Obstruction Surveys this summer in support of safe navigation at 22 remote airports in Alaska. L-R: Lt. William Pierce (NOAA Corps), Lt. Nickie Lambert ( (NOAA Corps), Chief of Survey Party Ron Bailey (NGS), and Andrew Serak (NGS).
Alaska, interior 2007 Summer
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NOAA partnered with Washington Sea Grant and the University of Washington Joint Institute for the Study of Atmosphere and Oceans to host the fifth annual NOAA Science Camp in Seattle. During the week-long camp, 53 middle-school-aged campers worked on a hypothetical fish kill in the Puget Sound. L-R: Curran Fey and Dr. Nick Bond of JISAO show campers a TAO buoy used to collect ocean data.
Washington, Seattle 2007 July
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In August the Castle Rock fire surrounding the mountain resort town of Ketchum burned over 48,000 acres. After the fire was contained the threat of flash flood and debris flows took center stage. Sherrie Hebert, Pocatello WFO Service hydrologist joined a Burn Area Emergency Response Team to assess flash flood and debris flow potential. Helicopter pilot John Rourke briefing Sherrie Hebert.
Idaho, Ketchum 2007 August
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In August the Castle Rock fire surrounding the mountain resort town of Ketchum burned over 48,000 acres. After the fire was contained the threat of flash flood and debris flows took center stage. Sherrie Hebert, Pocatello WFO Service hydrologist joined a Burn Area Emergency Response Team to assess flash flood and debris flow potential.Sherrie Hebert with Forest Service Botanist Kim Pierson.
Idaho, Ketchum 2007 August
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NOAA's National Weather Service in Indianapolis, Indiana hosted a display booth at the Indianapolis Air Show. The booth was a big hit, especially on the morning of the 25th as occasional rain showers plagued the opening of the show, and the active radar display kept all aware of current conditions. Skies cleared, as forecast and the Navy's Blue Angels put on an awesome display.
Indiana, Indianapolis 2007 August 25
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NOAA's National Weather Service in Indianapolis, Indiana hosted a display booth at the Indianapolis Air Show. The booth was a big hit, especially on the morning of the 25th as occasional rain showers plagued the opening of the show, and the active radar display kept all aware of current conditions. Skies cleared, as forecast and the Navy's Blue Angels put on an awesome display.
Indiana, Indianapolis 2007 August 25
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NOAA's National Weather Service in Indianapolis, Indiana hosted a display booth at the Indianapolis Air Show. The booth was a big hit, especially on the morning of the 25th as occasional rain showers plagued the opening of the show, and the active radar display kept all aware of current conditions. Skies cleared, as forecast and the Navy's Blue Angels put on an awesome display.
Indiana, Indianapolis 2007 August 25
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National Weather Service personnel from Aberdeen, South Dakota shown outside their facility. L-R: Dave Hintz, Ron Crouch, Anthony Gionta, Aaron Dorn, Amy Parkin,Stan Keefe, Jeff Zeltwanger, Jennifer Zeltwanger, Troy Kleffman, Travis Tarver, Tim Kearns, Mike Fowle, and Jim Scarlett. Kneeling in front: Lisa Johnsen and Ramsey Johnsen.
South Dakota, Aberdeen

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