National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Library

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Library
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The central information source for NOAA documents, databases, e-journals, maps, goverment documents, photos, and links to various branches of NOAA, including research groups. The library has an extensive collection of historical Coast and Geodetic Survey materials (from 1807) and Weather Bureau materials (from the 1830's), including foreign meteorological data. These materials include historical meteorological data, historical local climate data, information on instruments, and metadata. Most of these materials are found nowhere else in the world. These materials have proved critical for NOAA studies of previous weather and oceanographic conditions. Recent examples include research on the 1982-3 El Ni�, development of a flood model for the Nile River, and predictions of 1993 mid-west floods.
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