PMEL in the News
The Gulf of Alaska is unusually warm, and weird fish are showing up
Something odd is happening in Northern Pacific waters: They're heating up. In fact, it hasn't been this warm in parts of the Gulf of Alaska for this long since researchers began tracking surface water temperatures in the 1980s, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Old Ship Logs Reveal Adventure, Tragedy and Hints About Climate
What can yesterday's weather tell us about how the climate is changing today? That's what an army of volunteers looking at old ships' logs is trying to answer through the Old Weather project.
Technology provides better warnings for Wash. tsunamis
Scientists with NOAA's Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory have developed a better sensor that will help emergency managers deal with the effects of a tsunami generated off our own coast.
Scientists probe poorly understood linkage between melting Arctic and extreme weather
A new review article, released yesterday in Nature Geoscience, offers one additional theory about the link between the Arctic and extreme weather in midlatitudes.
What Can a 19th Century Arctic Shipwreck Tell Us About the 21st Century's Most Wicked Problem?
How citizen science started at PMEL is helping us discover stories of the past.