Tropical activity may have settled down across the Atlantic and East Pacific basins, but the West Pacific continues to churn out new tropical systems, and a newly formed storm may track toward southern Japan into midweek:
There are 28 estuaries located along the Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific coasts and in Puerto Rico that are designated as estuaries of national significance. Do you live near an estuary in EPA’s National Estuary Program? Find out at . #EstuariesWeek
The Lincoln Highway was dedicated in 1913 as the first road to connect the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, from Manhattan to San Francisco. Calling it a highway was stretch — the roads were mostly dirt — but the suits had a slogan: See America First
Assuming no other disturbance in the Pacific or Atlantic rapidly develops into a tropical storm; this system should be named Wilfred sometime tomorrow. This is based on the National Hurricane Center's projected strengthening. #hurricane #tropcialstorm
It may be quiet here in the Panhandles over the next several days, but it's certainly busy at the National Hurricane Center. Currently 6 active tropical cyclones between the Atlantic and eastern Pacific. #hurricane #tropicalstorm
Sally is expected to become a hurricane and produce significant impacts along the central Gulf Coast early this week. The Atlantic has 2 other named storms, 1 Tropical Depression, 1 formation expected, and 2 other disturbances. Tropical Storm Karina formed in the Eastern Pacific.
This time-lapse video from astronaut Nick Hague squeezes a 30-minute station trip over a cloudy Earth into 60 seconds, covering the northwest of Fiji in the Pacific to off the coast of Argentina in the Atlantic.
"I was awestruck as I watched the wispy clouds disappear into the shadows." This time-lapse ? captures @AstroHague 's view as the @Space_Station flew over a cloudy Earth from the Pacific to the Atlantic:
A 12-meter-tall whale built with five tonnes of plastic waste fished from the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans was installed at the Bruges Triennial in Belgium to raise awareness of the threat posed by plastic waste to marine ecosystems
Trump’s decision to open up the entire Atlantic & Pacific coasts to offshore oil drilling is an appalling giveaway to his wealthy friends in the oil & gas industry. This dangerous decision will put our ocean ecosystems at risk of devastating water pollution & oil spills.