NOAA declares unusual mortality event due to a large number of dead humpback whales washing along the Atlantic coast.
Nearly 15 percent of the humpback whales that come to feed in the southern Gulf of Maine every spring collide with boats and other marine vessels.
A team from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said that the rise of atmospheric carbon dioxide has hit record levels.
NOAA, in cooperation with the University of St. Thomas and the Chinese Academy of Scientists, revealed that the latest water temperature showed that ocean warming on Earth has increased by 13 percent.
NOAA's new instrument aboard the GOES-16 satellite is capable of capturing lightning. This will help forecasters detect and predict weather conditions.
New lightning detection instrument could pave way to improved and better weather forecasts.
Lightning may not strike the same place twice, but they can definitely strike indoors.
NOAA scientists spotted an eerie creature in the depths of the rich waters of American Samoa.
Climate change denier Kenneth Haapala was allegedly removed from the NOAA transition team after employees expressed their disappointment over the decision. Administration representative argued that Haapala no longer has a position in the team.
NOAA released the first image of the Earth taken by the new GOES-16 satellite. The satellite that can produce high-resolution images will help forecasters give more accurate weather observations.
A survey conducted by the country's Environment Ministry revealed that 70 percent of the coral in the Sekisei lagoon area has already fallen victim to coral bleaching.
Global warming has been affecting different members of the environment, including shellfish. A new study has revealed that the warming waters could trigger the rise of toxins in shellfish, which is a health hazard for humans.
The frequency of large-scale tornado outbreaks, or sequences of tornadoes that occur in close succession, have been increasing in the United States.
New data supports controversial NOAA study that said the climate change slowdown doesn't exist.
A previously unidentified call heard in the Mariana Trench could be a new baleen whale call as reported by the Oregon State University researchers who recorded and analyzed the sound. The scientists at Oregon State University's Marine Science Center have dubbed the sound the 'Western Pacific Biotwang.'