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View Resource Water Resources and Hydrology

Quantity and quality of the Nation's water resources has been and will continue to be critically important to ensure, protection of life and property, economic well-being, and healthy coastal...

http://www.research.noaa.gov/oceans/t_hydrology.html
View Resource Ocean Exploration and Undersea Research

New approaches, such as advanced sea floor observatories and human-occupied habitats, provide invaluable opportunities for long-term monitoring and continuity of observations. Ships, submersibles,...

http://www.research.noaa.gov/oceans/t_exploration.html
View Resource Habitat Protection and Restoration

As a part of the South Florida Program, NOAA has taken a lead role to rigorously investigate the causes of present changes in the Everglades/Florida Bay coastal ecosystem and quantitatively predict...

http://www.research.noaa.gov/oceans/t_restoration.html
View Resource The Future of Nuclear Power

We decided to study the future of nuclear power because we believe this technology, despite the challenges it faces, is an important option for the United States and the world to meet future energy...

http://web.mit.edu/nuclearpower/pdf/nuclearpower-summary.pdf
View Resource 2009 Update of the MIT 2003 "The Future of Nuclear Power"

In 2003 a group of MIT faculty issued a study on The Future of Nuclear Power.1 The study was motivated by growing concern about global warming and the urgency of developing and deploying electricity...

http://web.mit.edu/nuclearpower/pdf/nuclearpower-update2009....
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