- Teacher at Sea Alum Dives into Earth Day Event
April 22: NOAA Teacher at Sea alum Jason Moeller infused his experiences at sea into Earth Day activities at Knoxville Zoo in Tennessee.
- Fisherman Rebuilds Business after Gulf Oil Spill
April 9: Ryan Lambert runs Cajun Fishing Adventures, a recreational fishing and hunting business in Louisiana. Learn how his business changed after the Gulf oil spill.
- Meet a Megamouth Shark Specialist
April 4: Meet Dr. Jose Castro, a NOAA scientist recently invited to help dissect a rare megamouth shark currently on display at the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium in Japan. Megamouths are one of the most elusive shark species on the planet.
- Study: Seafood Safe After Deepwater Horizon
Feb. 8: It’s been nearly two years since the Deepwater Horizon BP Oil Spill back in 2010. Now, a new NOAA science report released this week show that Gulf seafood is safe.
- Scientists Track the Gulf Sturgeon Stampede
Oct. 20: Cool fall temperatures signal to Gulf sturgeon that it’s time to migrate. That means NOAA Fisheries scientists are on their trail, determined to better understand these mysterious fish.