What the time-lapse of events with a tsunami from the year 1850 to present day.
Welcome to “NOAA and the Octonauts,” an episode-by-episode discussion of the children’s TV show the Octonauts, which features a crew of quirky and courageous undersea adventurers. Their mission: to explore the world’s ocean, rescue the creatures who live there, and protect their habitats. Our monthly podcast brings together experts from inside and outside of NOAA to help you and the children you care about learn more about the real-life versions of the Octonauts sea creatures and the ocean they call home.
NOAA Corps Officer Marisa explains what it’s like to work on a ship doing NOAA science on the ocean.
The National Marine Sanctuary System protects some of the most iconic underwater places throughout the United States, but we can’t do it without you. No matter where you are, the ocean and Great Lakes are in your hands. We hope these images inspire you to help care for our ocean and to spread the word that Earth isn’t green – it’s blue.