NOAA's Office of Response and Restoration uses social networking platforms to connect and interact with different audiences.
For information on how we interact with users on our social media accounts, please read our social media comment policy.
Facebook is a social networking website where users can connect and interact with other people. We typically post something new on our timeline at least three days a week to keep you up-to-date with NOAA's Office of Response and Restoration news and information.
Flickr is a photo sharing service. The images that we share on Flickr are copies of those that appear on NOAA's Office of Response and Restoration website and other NOAA websites.
Twitter is a microblogging service to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of short, frequent posts. We typically tweet once each business day to keep you abreast of what's new in the Office of Response and Restoration.
Wordpress is a blogging service which we use to communicate and stay connected through the publishing of chronological posts featuring news, images, videos, and perspectives related to our work. We maintain NOAA's Response and Restoration Blog at http://usresponserestoration.wordpress.com. We typically post two to three times each week to keep you abreast of what's new at the Office of Response and Restoration. In addition, we maintain the NOAA ESI Blog at http://noaaesi.wordpress.com, which is intended to serve as a technical forum for sharing news and ideas about Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) maps and data, an Office of Response and Restoration product.