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Get to know Karen Flowers, a Budget Analyst in the Finance and Acquisition Branch of the Support Services Division.
The newest version of the Surface Ocean Carbon Atlas (SOCATv2022) database is now available via NCEI.
NCEI climate scientist Anthony Arguez recalls the harrowing experience of living through Hurricane Andrew and a path it opened for his life.
To address the need for easy access to global microplastic data, NCEI developed the NCEI Marine Microplastics Portal.
The global land and ocean temperature departure from average for July 2022 was the sixth highest on record for the month of July.
The August 12, 2021, Sandwich Islands tsunami was the first since the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that was recorded in four different oceans.
During July, the average contiguous U.S. temperature was 76.4°F, 2.8°F above the 20th-century average.
The CMECS In Action map viewer is a discovery tool to show the different ways that the coastal and marine data standard has been used by others.
Young scholars work with NCEI over the summer to partner on research projects that can be applied to real-world issues.
New census tract-level mapping feature provides an integrated view of U.S. hazard risk, exposure, and vulnerability.