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NOAA Ocean Podcast

National Ocean Service

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NOAA Ocean Podcast
NOAA Ocean Podcast

NOAA Ocean Podcast

National Ocean Service

11
Followers
8
Plays
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About Us

From corals to coastal science, connect with NOAA experts in our podcast series that explores questions about the ocean environment.

Latest Episodes

The Nautical Origins of 10 Popular Phrases

Did you know many phrases that we use today have nautical origins? Lots of these terms derive from the Age of Sail — the period of time between the 16th and 19th centuries when masted ships ruled the seas.

4 MIN2 w ago
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The Nautical Origins of 10 Popular Phrases

NOAA's Disaster Preparedness Program

In this episode, Kate Wheelock, Chief of NOAA’s Disaster Preparedness Program, explains how her team facilitates internal communication, coordination, and preparation for all types of unforeseen disasters.

9 MINAUG 7
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NOAA's Disaster Preparedness Program

Meteotsunamis: State of the Science

Meteotsunamis occur all over the world — including the Great Lakes — but scientists are just beginning to better detect and understand them. In this episode, NOAA oceanographer Greg Dusek talks about new research that advances what we know about these little known, but surprisingly common, weather-driven events.

10 MINJUL 11
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Meteotsunamis: State of the Science

Ocean Gliders: How NOAA uses autonomous technology to help predict hurricane intensity

We interview a NOAA expert about ocean gliders — autonomous underwater vehicles used to collect valuable ocean data. In this episode, we uncover the technology behind gliders and dive in to what these vehicles can do to help prepare us for hurricanes.

6 MINMAY 31
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Ocean Gliders: How NOAA uses autonomous technology to help predict hurricane intensity

Navigating the Sea is Safer, More Efficient With Digital Charts

In our latest podcast, Allison Wittrock, a cartographer with the Office of Coast Survey, tells us about NOAA’s new digital charts.

8 MINAPR 26
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Navigating the Sea is Safer, More Efficient With Digital Charts

Making it Count

In this episode, Cindy Among-Serrao from Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary talks about how citizen scientists help monitor and promote awareness about marine life — particularly humpback whales — during the annual Sanctuary Ocean Count.

6 MINMAR 21
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Making it Count

Lionfish Invasion

In this episode, a NOAA ecologist discusses how invasive lionfish have become established across the Southeast U.S. and Caribbean. How did the fish get to the Atlantic? While the exact cause is unknown, it's likely that humans provided a helping hand. While NOAA researchers have concluded that invasive lionfish populations will continue to grow and cannot be eliminated using conventional methods, efforts continue to control populations.

-1 sMAR 1
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Lionfish Invasion

Fa’a Samoa: The Samoan Way (Part One)

This is the first half of a two-part interview with NOAA’s Hideyo Hattori. In this episode, we talk about the many ways that American Samoa is an amazing place, unlike anywhere else in the United States.

-1 s2018 DEC 4
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Fa’a Samoa: The Samoan Way (Part One)

Fa’a Samoa: The Samoan Way (Part Two)

This is the second part of our interview with NOAA’s Hideyo Hattori about American Samoa. In this episode, we focus on Hideyo’s work with conserving the bountiful corals that surround the islands of this remote archipelago.

-1 s2018 DEC 4
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Fa’a Samoa: The Samoan Way (Part Two)

All About HABS: Uncovering the Mystery of Harmful Algal Blooms

Harmful algal blooms (HABS) ... it's a term that many people became familiar with in 2018 due to a persistent "red tide" event along the Gulf Coast of Florida. In this podcast, we uncover what HABS are, what they aren’t, and how we can learn to minimize their effects on our daily lives.

-1 s2018 NOV 15
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All About HABS: Uncovering the Mystery of Harmful Algal Blooms

Latest Episodes

The Nautical Origins of 10 Popular Phrases

Did you know many phrases that we use today have nautical origins? Lots of these terms derive from the Age of Sail — the period of time between the 16th and 19th centuries when masted ships ruled the seas.

4 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Nautical Origins of 10 Popular Phrases

NOAA's Disaster Preparedness Program

In this episode, Kate Wheelock, Chief of NOAA’s Disaster Preparedness Program, explains how her team facilitates internal communication, coordination, and preparation for all types of unforeseen disasters.

9 MINAUG 7
Comments
NOAA's Disaster Preparedness Program

Meteotsunamis: State of the Science

Meteotsunamis occur all over the world — including the Great Lakes — but scientists are just beginning to better detect and understand them. In this episode, NOAA oceanographer Greg Dusek talks about new research that advances what we know about these little known, but surprisingly common, weather-driven events.

10 MINJUL 11
Comments
Meteotsunamis: State of the Science

Ocean Gliders: How NOAA uses autonomous technology to help predict hurricane intensity

We interview a NOAA expert about ocean gliders — autonomous underwater vehicles used to collect valuable ocean data. In this episode, we uncover the technology behind gliders and dive in to what these vehicles can do to help prepare us for hurricanes.

6 MINMAY 31
Comments
Ocean Gliders: How NOAA uses autonomous technology to help predict hurricane intensity

Navigating the Sea is Safer, More Efficient With Digital Charts

In our latest podcast, Allison Wittrock, a cartographer with the Office of Coast Survey, tells us about NOAA’s new digital charts.

8 MINAPR 26
Comments
Navigating the Sea is Safer, More Efficient With Digital Charts

Making it Count

In this episode, Cindy Among-Serrao from Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary talks about how citizen scientists help monitor and promote awareness about marine life — particularly humpback whales — during the annual Sanctuary Ocean Count.

6 MINMAR 21
Comments
Making it Count

Lionfish Invasion

In this episode, a NOAA ecologist discusses how invasive lionfish have become established across the Southeast U.S. and Caribbean. How did the fish get to the Atlantic? While the exact cause is unknown, it's likely that humans provided a helping hand. While NOAA researchers have concluded that invasive lionfish populations will continue to grow and cannot be eliminated using conventional methods, efforts continue to control populations.

-1 sMAR 1
Comments
Lionfish Invasion

Fa’a Samoa: The Samoan Way (Part One)

This is the first half of a two-part interview with NOAA’s Hideyo Hattori. In this episode, we talk about the many ways that American Samoa is an amazing place, unlike anywhere else in the United States.

-1 s2018 DEC 4
Comments
Fa’a Samoa: The Samoan Way (Part One)

Fa’a Samoa: The Samoan Way (Part Two)

This is the second part of our interview with NOAA’s Hideyo Hattori about American Samoa. In this episode, we focus on Hideyo’s work with conserving the bountiful corals that surround the islands of this remote archipelago.

-1 s2018 DEC 4
Comments
Fa’a Samoa: The Samoan Way (Part Two)

All About HABS: Uncovering the Mystery of Harmful Algal Blooms

Harmful algal blooms (HABS) ... it's a term that many people became familiar with in 2018 due to a persistent "red tide" event along the Gulf Coast of Florida. In this podcast, we uncover what HABS are, what they aren’t, and how we can learn to minimize their effects on our daily lives.

-1 s2018 NOV 15
Comments
All About HABS: Uncovering the Mystery of Harmful Algal Blooms
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