NOAA: Diving Deeper

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Diving Deeper is a bi-weekly program featuring discussions with NOS scientists on a wide variety of ocean topics.

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Website
http://oceanservice.noaa.gov/podcast.php
Description
Connect with ocean experts in our podcast series that explores questions about the ocean environment. Get ready to Dive Deeper!
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2017-02-03 12:53
last episode published
2017-02-03 12:53
publication frequency
29.93 days
Contributors
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Number of Episodes
99
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Episodes

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3.02.2017

Subscribe to the New NOAA Ocean Podcast

The Diving Deeper podcast has retired, but have no fear! We combined our Diving Deeper, Making Waves, and Ocean Shorts pods into one NEW podcast called NOAA Ocean. Subscribe in your favorite podcatcher so you never miss an episode. Just search for "NOA...
National Ocean Service author
9.01.2017

ANNOUNCEMENT: New NOAA Ocean Podcast

The Diving Deeper podcast has retired, but have no fear! We combined our Diving Deeper, Making Waves, and Ocean Shorts podcasts into one NEW podcast called NOAA Ocean. Subscribe to the new podcast in your favorite podcatcher so you never miss an episod...
National Ocean Service author
22.09.2016

Reef Resilience

Listen in as we talk about coral reef health, specifically how reefs respond to stressful events like coral bleaching. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
30.06.2016

Microplastics

Dive into our latest Diving Deeper audio podcast as we explore the effects of microplastics on our ocean and Great Lakes environment. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
7.04.2016

Living Shorelines

Dive into our latest Diving Deeper audio podcast as we explore the benefits of living shorelines. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
3.12.2015

Exploring Hawaii's Coral Reefs

Dive into our latest Diving Deeper audio podcast as we explore the importance of Hawaii's coral reefs and what makes these reefs so unique. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
22.10.2015

Nuisance Flooding

In this episode, we talk with a NOAA oceanographer about nuisance flooding--what it is, where it's happening, and what drives it. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
27.08.2015

Hurricane Katrina: 10 Years Later

Ten years after Hurricane Katrina, we’re speaking with two pollution responders from NOAA’s Office of Response and Restoration who were working in Louisiana in the wake of these destructive storms. First, we’re speaking by phone with Charlie Henry, who...
National Ocean Service author
25.06.2015

Ocean Economy

Dive into our ocean economy in our latest podcast. We talk with NOAA economist Jeff Adkins to understand how we all benefit from our ocean economy. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
8.06.2015

World Ocean Day (Special Feature)

What do you know about our ocean? We bet you'll learn something new in this short video. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
16.04.2015

GPS on Bench Marks

We need your help! In this episode, we explore a unique volunteer opportunity called GPS on Bench Marks with Christine Gallagher from NOAA's National Geodetic Survey. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
26.02.2015

Invasive Species

In this episode, we talk with a NOAA research ecologist about invasive species and some actions we can all take to help combat the problem. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
1.12.2014

Coral Bleaching

In this episode, we explore ocean acidification and coral bleaching with two NOAA experts. Learn about the stresses our reefs face—and what's being done about it. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
18.03.2014

Tides and Currents

Tides and currents data...we all want it, but what goes into collecting and making this data available for us to use. Go behind the scenes in this latest Diving Deeper episode with NOAA oceanographer Pat Burke from the Center for Operational Oceanograp...
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20.02.2014

The Intracoastal Waterway

What is the Intracoastal Waterway? In this podcast, join Captain Shep Smith and Dawn Forsythe as we learn about this approximately 3,000 mile route that supports commercial and recreational boating along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Episode permanent ...
National Ocean Service author
6.02.2014

[Shorts] Invasive Lionfish

Lionfish are beautiful creatures, but are having a negative impact on coastal ecosystems. Get answers to a few common lionfish questions in this episode of Diving Deeper Shorts with James Morris. Episode permanent link and show notes
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30.01.2014

Planning Ocean Uses

From fishing to shipping to energy, we depend on our ocean in order to do so many things every single day. Today's podcast talks about planning ocean uses with Cindy Fowler from the NOAA Coastal Services Center. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
16.01.2014

[Shorts] Restoring Natural Resources

Eighteen years ago, on January 6, 1996, NOAA issued its final rules for conducting Natural Resource Damage Assessments for oil spills. Given this 18 year anniversary, today on Diving Deeper Shorts we will revisit our interview with Tom Brosnan on resto...
National Ocean Service author
5.12.2013

Health of Coral Reefs

Explore the health of coral reefs, the threats our reefs face, and what you can do to help in today’s podcast with John Christensen, director of NOAA’s Coral Reef Conservation Program. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
21.11.2013

Forecasting Harmful Algal Blooms

Curious about how (and why) scientists forecast harmful algal blooms? Today's Diving Deeper interview with Allison Allen explores this topic. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
26.09.2013

After the Storm - Collecting Aerial Imagery

What would it be like to get a bird's eye view of an area following a coastal storm or disaster? Today's Diving Deeper explores what it's like to collect aerial imagery after a storm with Commander Albert Girimonte from NOAA's National Geodetic Survey....
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12.09.2013

[Shorts] Historical Maps and Charts

Get the scoop on NOAA's Historical Maps and Charts collection in just three minutes on today's Diving Deeper Shorts.
National Ocean Service author
29.08.2013

Finding the Robert J. Walker

More than 153 years after it was lost in a violent collision at sea, NOAA and partners have identified the wreck of the ship Robert J. Walker, a steamer that served in the U.S. Coast Survey, a predecessor agency of NOAA. Today on Diving Deeper, join th...
National Ocean Service author
15.08.2013

[Shorts] Oil Spill Response

Get a glimpse into how NOAA responds to oil spills and why spills happen in today's Diving Deeper Shorts.
National Ocean Service author
25.07.2013

NOAA Gulf of Mexico Disaster Response Center

It's our 50th episode of Diving Deeper! Join us as we visit the NOAA Disaster Response Center in Mobile, Alabama to learn how this facility is equipped to serve as the central hub for coordination and response in the region. Episode permanent link and ...
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11.07.2013

[Shorts] Remote Sensing

Dip your toes into the world of remote sensing as we flash back to our interview with Chris Parrish from NOAA's National Geodetic Survey.
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20.06.2013

World Hydrography Day and the Robert J. Walker

Tune into today's Diving Deeper for a conversation with Rear Admiral Gerd Glang as we discuss World Hydrography Day, some history on NOAA's Office of Coast Survey, and the tragic sinking of the Coast Survey vessel Robert J. Walker. Episode permanent li...
National Ocean Service author
6.06.2013

[Shorts] Research in our National Marine Sanctuaries

Today's Diving Deeper Shorts podcast explores research at our national marine sanctuaries. Our national marine sanctuaries are special areas that protect important marine ecosystems around the country - making these unique places for research as well. ...
National Ocean Service author
23.05.2013

The Lionfish Invasion Part II: Controlling the Spread

What can we do to stop the spread of lionfish? Tune into Diving Deeper as we talk with James Morris for part two of our discussion on invasive lionfish. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
9.05.2013

The Lionfish Invasion Part I: Covering New Ground

Comparing the spread of lionfish to an oil spill? That's one way to look at this invasive species. Tune into today's Diving Deeper interview with James Morris to learn more about the new ground that the invasive lionfish covers. Episode permanent link ...
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25.04.2013

Animal Tagging

Today on Diving Deeper, we explore the world of animal tagging with Zdenka Willis from the U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
28.03.2013

Marine Debris Movement

Today we are joined by Sherry Lippiatt from the NOAA Marine Debris Program to talk about how marine debris moves in our environment. Episode permanent link and show notes
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14.03.2013

Coastal Storms

In today's Diving Deeper podcast, we talk with Audra Luscher from the NOAA Coastal Services Center to learn about impacts of storms to our coastal communities and what NOAA is doing to help folks prepare and reduce any negative impacts of these events....
National Ocean Service author
27.02.2013

[Shorts] Value of Coral Reefs

Today's Diving Deeper Shorts podcast explores coral reefs and what we can do to help preserve corals for future generations. Join us as we revisit our episode with Kacky Andrews, former director of the NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program.
National Ocean Service author
31.01.2013

Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System

Diving Deeper is back! In today's episode we explore NOAA's Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System (PORTS®) with our own Darren Wright. Be sure to tune in to learn more about this valuable resource for mariners. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
26.09.2012

Recreation in our Nation's Estuaries

Our nation's estuaries provide endless recreation opportunities. In today's Diving Deeper, we learn about why estuaries are important, the National Estuarine Research Reserve System, some of the fun recreational activities at these sites, and economic ...
National Ocean Service author
13.09.2012

[Shorts] Mapping Sea Floor Habitats

Looking for a little deep sea adventure? Today's Diving Deeper Shorts podcast explores how scientists map the sea floor and what a day is like on a research mission. Join us as we revisit our episode with Tim Battista from the National Centers for Coas...
National Ocean Service author
23.08.2012

Accurate Positions: Know Your Location

Why do we need (and how do we get) accurate, consistent positioning data? The latest Diving Deeper podcast has the answers. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
19.07.2012

Volunteering with our National Marine Sanctuaries Part II

Did you know that volunteers with NOAA's national marine sanctuaries have donated more than one million hours to help conserve the country's ocean and coastal treasures for future generations? Learn more about volunteering with our sanctuaries in today...
National Ocean Service author
5.07.2012

[Shorts] Hydrography

Are you longing to be out on the water during these hot summer days? Tune into today’s Diving Deeper Shorts for a few minutes on hydrography and why this is important for recreational and commercial boaters.
National Ocean Service author
21.06.2012

Safe Navigation

In celebration of World Hydrography Day, today’s Diving Deeper podcast explores the role of the Office of Coast Survey for safe navigation of our nation's waters. Join us for this interview with Rachel Medley from the Office of Coast Survey.
National Ocean Service author
7.06.2012

[Shorts] Resilience

Are you storm ready? Our latest Diving Deeper Shorts revisits our episode on resilience and planning before a coastal storm may strike.
National Ocean Service author
24.05.2012

COASTAL Tools You Can Use

Today’s Diving Deeper highlights some of the ways that oceanographic information is being used for non-navigational applications such as protecting life and property, emergency response, and coastal development. Join us for this interview with Allison ...
National Ocean Service author
10.05.2012

[Shorts] Coastal Zone Management

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Coastal Zone Management Act, today’s Diving Deeper Shorts explores how coastal zone management is helping to safeguard our coastal areas.
National Ocean Service author
19.04.2012

[Shorts] Measuring Tides

From our earlier podcasts, you know we can measure tides, but do you know why we need tidal data (or how we use tidal data) every single day? Tune into today’s Diving Deeper Shorts to explore this question...in just four minutes!
National Ocean Service author
5.04.2012

Invasive Lionfish - King of the Reef

In less than a decade, lionfish have become widely established across the Southeast U.S. and Caribbean. Recent estimates indicate that lionfish have surpassed some native species with the highest estimates reporting hundreds per acre in some locations....
National Ocean Service author
1.03.2012

[Shorts] Harmful Algal Blooms

Curious about the basics of harmful algal blooms? Learn what you need to know in less than three minutes on today’s Diving Deeper Shorts.
National Ocean Service author
16.02.2012

High Frequency Radar

Today on Diving Deeper, we explore high frequency radar. This technology can measure hundreds of square kilometers of surface current velocities simultaneously. Tune in to learn about the benefits from this data.
National Ocean Service author
19.01.2012

Volunteering with our National Marine Sanctuaries

Looking for a unique volunteer opportunity? Today's Diving Deeper explores volunteering with our national marine sanctuaries. In this episode, three staff share the importance of volunteers to this program and highlight opportunities at the Florida Key...
National Ocean Service author
1.12.2011

Sea Level Rise

Are sea levels rising? How do we monitor changes in sea level? What are the impacts to coastal communities from sea level rise? Learn this and more in today's Diving Deeper interview with Billy Sweet from the Center for Operational Oceanographic Produc...
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