Gov't Report: 2022 Had 18 Billion-Dollar Weather and Climate Disasters
A new report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration looked back at U.S. weather events in 2022 and found the year was third most expensive for the country in 43 years.
Bonnie Grows Into a Hurricane in Pacific Off Southern Mexico, But Poses No Threat to Land
Forecasters say they expect the hurricane to stay well out to sea and pose no threat to land as it moves generally northwestward off the coast of southern Mexico.
Dolphin Impaled With ‘Spear-Like Object' Found Dead on Florida Beach, Officials Say
The bottlenose dolphin was found on March 24 on Florida’s Fort Myers Beach with an obvious wound near the right eye, officials say.
NOAA Seeks Person Who Impaled Dolphin Found Dead in Fort Myers
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is asking the public for help in finding the person who impaled a dolphin that was found dead on a Florida beach last month. The bottlenose dolphin was impaled with a spear-like object just above its right eye, which led to its death. It was an adult, lactating female, NOAA said in a press…
NOAA Says Potent Heat-Trapping Methane Increases at Record Pace
U.S. government scientists calculate that levels of the potent heat-trapping gas methane rose at a record pace last year.
Rare, Pristine Coral Reef Found Off Tahiti Coast
A team of scientists has explored a rare, pristine coral reef off the coast of Tahiti.