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Forecasts and information from NOAA's National Weather Service
Find and contact your local National Weather Service forecast office. A phone directory is available at http://www.weather.gov/dial-a-forecast/. You can also get your local forecast online by entering your Zip Code at http://www.weather.gov/.
Human Resources: NOAA's Office of Human Capital Service
For questions related to human resource matters, including benefits, please visit www.noaa.gov/human-capital.
Jobs and careers with NOAA
Reporters looking for a NOAA expert, image, video or other information should visit our For the Media page. Media releases as well as the latest webstories and multimedia content are available from our News & Features page.
The entire suite of U.S. coastal and Great Lakes charts are available for download from our Charting page.
To contact a specific NOAA organization, please visit Our Work page to find separate pages for NOAA's main line and program offices. You might also want to check out our NOAA Headquarters organizational chart.
You can request formal and informal educational resources by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (301)-713-1208.
Report an injured or stranded marine mammal in need of help
Reporting a sick, injured, entangled, stranded, or dead animal is the best way to make sure professional responders and scientists know about it and can take appropriate action.
- Numerous organizations around the country are trained and ready to respond. If you see a sick, injured, stranded, or dead marine mammal or sea turtle, immediately contact your local stranding network.
- You can also use our Dolphin and Whale 911 app to report a stranded marine mammal. The app is available for Android devicesoffsite link as well as Apple devices.offsite link
- Report a violation: Please call us at (800)-893-1964 if you see a possible violation of a federal marine resource law.
Weather and climate records
Please visit the NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information or call (828) 271-4800.
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