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Category: National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration

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08/22/2014 Blog Commerce and NOAA Data Provide Critical Environmental Intelligence to Alaska
02/17/2011 Blog Commerce Acting Deputy Secretary Rebecca Blank Visits Department Campuses in Boulder
11/11/2013 Blog Commerce Achieves Record Veteran Hiring Numbers in 2013
08/15/2008 Page Colorado
09/09/2009 Blog Climate Effects of Atmospheric Haze Better Understood, NOAA Researchers Report
10/23/2013 Blog Celebrating National Seafood Month
12/19/2013 Blog Celebrating 40 Years Protecting and Recovering Endangered Species
06/10/2014 Blog Celebrate our Natural Treasures During National Ocean Month
04/27/2010 Page California
01/08/2013 Blog By a Wide Margin, 2012 was the United States’ Warmest Year on Record
12/15/2011 Blog Building a Weather-Ready Nation
04/08/2014 Blog Big Data is Big Business for Commerce
07/18/2013 Blog Ball Aerospace Welcomes Secretary Pritzker on First Stop on Listening Tour
09/27/2013 Blog Back in Black: Black Sea Bass Stock is Rebuilt
08/07/2007 Page Arkansas
08/07/2007 Page Arizona
08/14/2007 Page Alaska
08/02/2007 Page Alabama
12/14/2012 News Acting Secretary of Commerce Rebecca Blank Orders New Fishery Enforcement Penalties Returned to Some Fishermen and Businesses
11/15/2012 Blog Acting Secretary Blank Visits New Jersey to Meet Business Owners Impacted by Sandy
09/27/2011 News Acting Secretary Blank Announces $102 Million in Wetlands, Barrier Island Restoration Awards for Louisiana
12/07/2011 Blog A Year of Extreme Weather
04/01/2010 Blog 50th Anniversary of the Satellite that "Forever Changed Weather Forecasting"
07/08/2011 Blog 2nd Quarter Performance Excellence Awards Ceremony
09/27/2011 Blog $102 Million in Wetlands and Barrier Island Restoration Awards for Louisiana
09/23/2010 News NOAA Awards Fisheries, Climate Grants to Tribal and State Agencies in Washington
06/06/2011 News Seven U.S. Department of Commerce Employees Awarded Arthur S. Flemming Award