PMEL in the News
Shock of Indian Ocean Tsunami Fuels Decade of Research Progress
Nearly 10 years ago, the world woke the day after Christmas to news of the most deadly tsunami in recorded history. Click to read more about PMEL's contribution to warning products to improve tsunami preparedness.
Mathis Joins CIFAR Fellows
We are pleased to announce that ocean acidification expert Jeremy Mathis has accepted an invitation to join the CIFAR Fellows.
Real-time Ocean Acidification Data Available to Pacific Coast Shellfish Growers
Shellfish farms and hatcheries along the Pacific U.S. coast can now get real-time, online ocean acidification data through the Integrated Ocean Observation System (IOOS), a NOAA-led national-regional partnership.
Burning Questions about Winter Cold
Old Man Winter seems to have gone maverick in the Northern Hemisphere over the last few years. Take 2014 as an example. It's on track to be the warmest globally in more than a century of record-keeping, with May, June, August, and September all setting world heat records.
New Research Reveals What's Causing Sea Level to Rise
There have been a number of studies recently on ocean warming and sea-level rise. Collectively, they are helping scientists unite around an emerging understanding of climate change and its impact on the Earth.