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NOAA Report to Congress: Mercury Contamination in the Great Lakes

NOAA Report to Congress: Mercury Contamination in the Great Lakes

NOAA Report to Congress: Mercury Contamination in the Great Lakes Briefing for Rep. Mark Kirk (R-IL) 4 PM, Tuesday June 12, 2007, Room 1030, Longworth House Office Bldg Mark Cohen , Physical Scientist , NOAA Air Resources Laboratory,

By bernad
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The Bering Sea

The Bering Sea

The Bering Sea. The latitude of the Bering Sea is 60’ N, and the longitude is 175’ W. The Bering Sea’s Depths. The depth of the Bering Sea goes from 50 to 4,040 meters. The temperature of the Bering Sea is from - 31 to - 49’ F. The Sea Otter.

By Michelle
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Synoptic-Scale Weather Systems of the Intermountain West

Synoptic-Scale Weather Systems of the Intermountain West

Synoptic-Scale Weather Systems of the Intermountain West. Dr. David Schultz NOAA/National Severe Storms Laboratory Norman, Oklahoma schultz@nssl.noaa.gov http://www.nssl.noaa.gov/~schultz. What Might Be the Forecasting Challenges in February 2002?.

By Leo
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The Bering Sea

The Bering Sea

The Bering Sea. The latitude of the Bering Sea is 60’ N, and the longitude is 175’ W. The Bering Sea’s Depths. The depth of the Bering Sea goes from 50 to 4,040 meters. The temperature of the Bering Sea is from - 31 to - 49’ F. The Sea Otter.

By bryga
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Confirming 1 cm differential geoid accuracy: The Geoid Slope Validation Survey of 2011

Confirming 1 cm differential geoid accuracy: The Geoid Slope Validation Survey of 2011

Confirming 1 cm differential geoid accuracy: The Geoid Slope Validation Survey of 2011 Dru Smith 1 , Simon Holmes 1 , Xiaopeng Li 1 , S é bastien Guillaume 2 , Yan Wang 1 , Beat B ü rki 2 , Dan Roman 1 , Mark Eckl 1 GGHS2012 Venice, Italy 1 = NOAA’s National Geodetic Survey

By efrat
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Extreme events and Euro-Atlantic atmospheric blocking in present and future climate simulations

Extreme events and Euro-Atlantic atmospheric blocking in present and future climate simulations

Extreme events and Euro-Atlantic atmospheric blocking in present and future climate simulations Jana Sillmann Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg International Max Planck Research School on Earth System Modelling Paris, SAMA seminar, 20 th January 2009. Motivation.

By bryga
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