Articles from May 12, 2017

Posted: May 11, 2017
Group of people with hardhats, observing.

MAY 12, 2017--During the week of May 8, OR&R participated in Pacific Partnership 2017 in Da Nang, Vietnam.

Posted: May 11, 2017

MAY 12, 2017-- On May 2-3, more than 40 marine debris experts from across California convened at the Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building in Oakland for the first workshop in a process to develop an updated marine debris strategy for the state.

Posted: May 11, 2017

MAY 12, 2017--We rely on U.S. States as our key partners to accomplish natural resource damage assessments (NRDA) in locations where a pollution event has occurred.

Posted: May 11, 2017
Large conference hall full of people.

MAY 12, 2017--The Waterfront Alliance, is a coalition of more than 950 organizations and a sponsor of the 2017 Waterfront Conference: Measuring Our Harbor: Strong, Healthy, and Open held on the Hudson River on May 10, 2017.

Posted: May 11, 2017

MAY 12, 2017--The NOAA Marine Debris Program, in partnership with the NOAA Assessment and Restoration Division/Spatial Data Branch and Industrial Economics, Inc., launched the Great Lakes Marine Debris Collaborative on Friday May 5.

Posted: May 11, 2017

MAY 12, 2017--Emergency Response Division Chief Scott Lundgren and the Assessment and Restoration Division's Robb Wright presented to the Third Annual Offshore Technology Symposium held at Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington DC on May 8.

Posted: May 11, 2017
Hanging tarp with trash in front of it.

MAY 12, 2017--For NOAA Kid’s Day on Thursday April 27th, the Office of Response and Restoration led an activity for 10-12 year old students.

Posted: May 11, 2017

MAY 12, 2017--During the week of May 8, the Environmental Response Management Application (ERMA) team assisted in providing up-to-date information in ERMA for the National Weather Service 2017 River Watch program. In the springtime, an upper stretch of the Yukon River begins to thaw creating snowmelt and ice jam flooding, threatening 75 Alaska villages, boroughs and tribal councils. The River Watch program uses a number of monitoring techniques, including unmanned aircraft systems, to improve lead-time for breakup forecasts.

Articles from May 12, 2017

Posted: May 11, 2017
Group of people with hardhats, observing.

MAY 12, 2017--During the week of May 8, OR&R participated in Pacific Partnership 2017 in Da Nang, Vietnam.

Posted: May 11, 2017

MAY 12, 2017-- On May 2-3, more than 40 marine debris experts from across California convened at the Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building in Oakland for the first workshop in a process to develop an updated marine debris strategy for the state.

Posted: May 11, 2017

MAY 12, 2017--We rely on U.S. States as our key partners to accomplish natural resource damage assessments (NRDA) in locations where a pollution event has occurred.

Posted: May 11, 2017
Large conference hall full of people.

MAY 12, 2017--The Waterfront Alliance, is a coalition of more than 950 organizations and a sponsor of the 2017 Waterfront Conference: Measuring Our Harbor: Strong, Healthy, and Open held on the Hudson River on May 10, 2017.

Posted: May 11, 2017

MAY 12, 2017--The NOAA Marine Debris Program, in partnership with the NOAA Assessment and Restoration Division/Spatial Data Branch and Industrial Economics, Inc., launched the Great Lakes Marine Debris Collaborative on Friday May 5.

Posted: May 11, 2017

MAY 12, 2017--Emergency Response Division Chief Scott Lundgren and the Assessment and Restoration Division's Robb Wright presented to the Third Annual Offshore Technology Symposium held at Coast Guard Headquarters in Washington DC on May 8.

Posted: May 11, 2017
Hanging tarp with trash in front of it.

MAY 12, 2017--For NOAA Kid’s Day on Thursday April 27th, the Office of Response and Restoration led an activity for 10-12 year old students.

Posted: May 11, 2017

MAY 12, 2017--During the week of May 8, the Environmental Response Management Application (ERMA) team assisted in providing up-to-date information in ERMA for the National Weather Service 2017 River Watch program. In the springtime, an upper stretch of the Yukon River begins to thaw creating snowmelt and ice jam flooding, threatening 75 Alaska villages, boroughs and tribal councils. The River Watch program uses a number of monitoring techniques, including unmanned aircraft systems, to improve lead-time for breakup forecasts.