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Welcome to the NOAA home page—A Voyage of Discovery.

The home page was redesigned in April 2003 to help you, the user, find information quickly. We have broken up information using what we call "theme" pages. These are broad categories where it is hoped you will find the subject matter you seek with the fewest clicks possible. For example, the weather theme page is a comprehensive listing of the work that NOAA does on weather. It is by no means a complete list. For more specific weather information, it is best to visit the respective links.

We hope you find your surfing experience at NOAA informative as well as enjoyable.

The NOAA home page is managed by the Office of Public Affairs in Washington, D.C.
Greg Hernandez is the online editor and webmaster who is responsible for the content of the NOAA home page.

14th Street & Constitution Avenue, NW
Room 6217
Washington, D.C. 20230
Phone: (202) 482-6090
Fax: (202) 482-3154

The NOAA home page was designed by Janet Ward of the NOAA Office of the CIO/High Performance Computing and Communications.

Search the "NOAA People Locator" to find NOAA staff.

Media Inquiries

Media questions should be sent to Greg Hernandez, the NOAA home page online editor. Due to the volume of e-mail, only questions from the media should be addressed to him. In addition, see NOAA's Media Contacts and Story Ideas for Reporters.

General Information - A Way to Get Answers from NOAA

Getting answers to your questions from NOAA is now a lot easier. The NOAA Web site, answers@noaa.gov, helps you get the information you need. It's a knowledge-based Web site, which is the result of the thousands of e-mail queries sent to NOAA over the years. If you still cannot find what you're looking for, send us a message. We'll try to find it for you. This service is brought to you by the NOAA Geospatial Data and Climate Services Group.


Educators and students should send their questions to the NOAA outreach team at
noaa-outreach@noaa.gov. See the NOAA Education Web site for teachers and students.

Broken Links...

If you find a broken link, unresponsive NOAA Web site, or if you have any comments regarding NOAA sites, please contact the NOAA home page webmaster. If you have a specific NOAA Web site question, contact the respective webmaster for that particular NOAA division.

Webmaster contacts for the following NOAA divisions. Pay close attention to the respective Web address or URL.

NOAA National Weather Service: http://www.nws.noaa.gov or http://www.weather.gov
NOAA Satellites and Information: http://www.nesdis.noaa.gov
NOAA Fisheries: http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov
NOAA Ocean Service: http://www.oceanservice.noaa.gov
NOAA Research: http://www.research.noaa.gov or http://www.oar.noaa.gov
NOAA Marine & Aviation Operations
: http://www.nmao.noaa.gov

Thanks for surfing the NOAA home page.

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Last Updated: June 10, 2004 3:55 PM