National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

“Dinner is served,” a researcher said as dozens of octopuses and fish munched on the carcass.
The science panel will investigate who pushed NOAA to back up the president's false claims about Hurricane Dorian.
The White House told Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to have NOAA disavow forecasters who challenged Trump’s storm path claim, says The New York Times.
The agency, which oversees the National Weather Service, issued a statement Friday supporting the president's false claims about the path of Hurricane Dorian.
Employees were given guidance on how to handle the president's flubbed Alabama warning, according to The Washington Post.
NOAA attacked its own scientists over their correction of President Trump's false claims about Hurricane Dorian's path.
"Don’t know how they will ever look their workforce in the eye again. Moral cowardice," former NOAA chief operating officer David Titley tweeted.
NOAA issued an unsigned statement saying that NWS Birmingham's tweet contradicting Trump was "inconsistent" with data at that time.
President Trump claimed hurricane Dorian could hit Alabama even after his own national weather service had said he was wrong.
The animals showed signs of emaciation, which may have been triggered by lack of food due to melting sea ice.
The federal agency is calling on property owners to volunteer space where a mounting toll of dead whales can decompose naturally.
The oxygen-starved area, which kills marine life and habitats, is expected to be the size of Massachusetts.
It also marked the end of the wettest 12-month period in NOAA's 125 years of record-keeping.
The concentration of 414.7 parts per million may be the highest in human history.
The president wants ex-AccuWeather CEO Barry Myers to head the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
“You don’t base global public health decisions on a couple studies.”
“Winter storms don’t prove that global warming isn’t happening,” the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration tweeted.
“This event is confronting us with what the future could look like,” one federal scientist said about the loss of East Island, caused by Hurricane Walaka.
A Friday mission to feed the orca failed, but food delivery will be attempted again.