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NOAA’s Commissioned Corps Officers in multiple locations across the U.S. With currently over 300 officers, the NOAA Corps provides a cadre of professionals trained in engineering, earth sciences, oceanography, meteorology, fisheries science, and other related disciplines. Corps officers operate NOAA’s ships, fly aircraft, manage research projects, and conduct diving operations. When not at sea or…

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How NOAA’s Aircraft Operations Center supports research from 500 to 45,000ft in Lakeland, FL Want to fly with NOAA? NOAA aircraft are used to measure conditions in a hurricane, count marine mammals, map our coastline, and even measure water content in snow. NOAA’s Aircraft Operations Center manages, operates, and maintains 10 specialized aircraft to support…

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Commander Colin Little, Acting Commanding Officer aboard NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer currently moored in Norfolk, VA This webinar will introduce you to another one of NOAA’s commissioned officers and a day in his life aboard the NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer, one of 16 research vessels in NOAA’s fleet, dedicated to exploration and discovery. Tour the…

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Heather Tabisola, NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory in Seattle, WA Have you ever seen a drone? Some people think they look like helicopters. But not all drones fly! Some sail across the water, powered by wind, collecting information on the ocean and atmosphere as they go. In this webinar, you will talk to a NOAA…

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