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Topic: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Alaska beaches still have oil from 1989 spill
El Nino packs a punch far beyond soggy California
Squid invasions signal changes in the Pacific Ocean
Global News Blog
New climate change signal: oceans turning acidic
Global News Blog
Climate change: Scientists say this decade likely hottest on record
Carbon emissions increasing acidity in Alaskan seas
Japanese subs found off Hawaii could have changed World War II
Swarms of tiny robots to monitor the oceans
Has global cooling begun?
Preparing for blast off
Mighty caribou herds dwindle, warming blamed
Time for El Niño's half brother to take a bow?
Obama's ocean task force releases report
Report: Ocean temps in August were the hottest on record
Could Hurricane Jimena put out California's wildfires?
The next major threat to the ozone layer: nitrous oxide
US closes parts of Arctic to commercial fishing
A summer hailstorm prompts inevitable questions on global warming
Where are the hurricanes?
From nets to kilowatts
Why NOAA is banning krill harvest off the West Coast
The Pacific isn't the only ocean collecting plastic trash
Scientists look to cloud tops for faster severe-storm predictions
Solar storms ahead: Is Earth prepared?
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Obama, Putin in stare-down over (no, not the Super Bowl ring) Syria war (+video)
School prayer: 50 years after the ban, God and faith more present than ever
NASA's new astronaut class marks changing of guard for US spaceflight
Supreme Court: For right to remain silent, a suspect must speak
Whitey Bulger trial: Star witness tells of bungled murders
Rohani vows to reset Iran's relations with the world
Did Edward Snowden just disclose more secrets in online chat? (+video)
Ireland forever: images of the emerald isle
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Iran election's surprise winner
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No 'Turkish spring': Protests in Turkey are sign of a healthy democracy
Return of the Rocky Mountain high
India to send world's last telegram. Stop.
FBI hunting for Jimmy Hoffa again, 38 years after his disappearance
'Magna Carta Holy Grail': Jay-Z will release new album with Samsung on July 4
China supercomputer clocks in as world's most powerful
How to move giant magnet from New York to Chicago (+video)
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