PMEL in the News
A crisis in the water is decimating this once-booming fishing town
TOMBWA, Angola — His ancestors were Portuguese colonialists who settled on this otherworldly stretch of coast, wedged between a vast desert and the southern Atlantic. They came looking for the one thing this barren region had in abundance: fish. Michael McPhaden is quoted.
Winter Weather Outlook Pt 2
What kind of weather should we be looking for this winter? That’s the million dollar question every year, isn’t it? Nick Bond is featured on the Washington State Farm Bureau Report.
Winter Weather Outlook Pt 1
We are well into our fall weather with winter just a few weeks away, leaving many of us, like every year, wondering what we could be in for this season. Nick Bond is featured on the Washington State Farm Bureau Report
Saildrones return from the Arctic after milestone research mission
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - After covering more than 36,000 nautical miles and going where no drones have gone before, a fleet of five research saildrones has returned to shore in Dutch Harbor, while one wayward machine was recovered in Utqiagvik. Chris Meinig is featured.
Why this winter's forecast in the Pacific Northwest is more uncertain than usual
Autumn's arrival is announced by falling leaves, less daylight, and the ever-pressing question: what about winter? NOAA's Climate Prediction Center has put out its official winter forecast for the Pacific Northwest. Our region and much of the country for that matter is predicted to get above-normal temperatures this winter. Nick Bond is featured.