Science Missions, Analyses, Data, & Reports
- 30-Jul, "NOAA: Gulfs Surface Oil Not a Threat to Southern Florida, Keys, and East Coast"
- 28-Jul, Update on NOAAs Oil Spill Research and Response Missions
- 23-Jul, Second Federal Analysis Gives Further Clues about Location and Movement of Subsurface Oil
- 21-Jul, NOAA Releases Data Report on Air Quality Measurements Near the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Area
- 3-Jul, CLARIFICATION on the Current Threat to Florida Peninsula and Florida Keys from Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
- 2-Jul, NOAA Models Long-Term Oil Threat to Gulf and East Coast Shoreline
- 1-Jul, EPA Releases First Round of Toxicity Testing Data for Eight Oil Dispersants
- 1-Jul, NOAA and University Scientists Launch Research Cruise to Determine Effects of Oil Spill on Endangered Whales
- 30-Jun, "NOAA, Integrated Ocean Observing System Partners Employing Underwater Gliders; Surface Radar to Assist in Gulf Water Sampling"
- 30-Jun, NOAA Sends Two Ships to Study Loop Current and Coastal Florida Waters
- 25-Jun, "NOAA Ship Delaware II to Collect Tunas, Swordfish, Water Samples on Deepwater Horizon Spill Study"
- 23-Jun, Administrations Joint Analysis Group Releases First Scientific Report on Subsea Monitoring data from Gulf Spill
- 21-Jun, Initial Observations from the NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson
- 16-Jun, NOAA Conducts Tests to Determine Fate of Whale Found Dead in Gulf of Mexico
- 15-Jun, UPDATE: NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson Continues Deepwater Horizon Spill Study Mission
- 16-Jun, NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson Continues Deepwater Horizon Spill Study Mission
- 15-Jun, "U.S. Scientific Team Draws on New Data, Multiple Scientific Methodologies to Reach Updated Estimate of Oil Flows from BPs Well"
- 14-Jun, Federal Agencies Introduce Online Mapping Tool to Track Gulf Response
- 12-Jun, Update on NOAAs Oil Spill Research Missions
- 10-Jun, Admiral Allen; Dr. McNutt Provide Updates on Progress of Scientific Teams Analyzing Flow Rates from BPs Well
- 8-Jun, NOAA Deploys Additional High Powered Research Aircraft to Gulf to Help Monitor Air Quality
- 8-Jun, NOAA Completes Initial Analysis of Weatherbird II Water Samples
- 2-Jun, Administration Underscores Scientific Response to Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
- 28-May, "UNH Coastal Response Research Center, NOAA, EPA and Coast Guard Convene Science Meeting to Study Dispersant Use and Ecosystem Impacts of Dispersed Oil in the Gulf of Mexico"
- 28-May, NOAA Research Ship Gordon Gunter Expands Gulf Mission
- 27-May, Flow Rate Group Provides Preliminary Best Estimate Of Oil Flowing from Deepwater Horizon Oil Well
- 27-May, "NOAA, Navy Partner to Monitor Ocean Conditions Near Spill Area"
- 26-May, The Department of Energy's Scientific Response to the Oil Spill
- 22-May, EPA Releases BPs Response to Directive on Dispersants
- 20-May, EPA Posts Underwater Dispersant Monitoring Data
- 20-May, EPA: BP must use less toxic dispersant
- 19-May, NOAA Observations Indicate a Small Portion of Light Oil Sheen Has Entered the Loop Current
- 19-May, Florida Keys tar balls not linked to Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
- 17-May, Statement from NOAA Administrator Jane Lubchenco on Ongoing Efforts to Monitor Subsea Impacts of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
- 12-May, Tarballs on Dauphin Island beaches believed to be from Gulf spill.
- 11-May, NOAA Dispatches Northeast Science Chief to Lead Rapid-Response Contamination Testing System
- 6-May, NOAA Ocean Science Mission Changes Course to Collect Seafloor and Water Column Oil Spill Data