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What do you think fish eat in the ocean? A lot of fish eat zooplankton in the Bering Sea. Join us to find out how zooplankton response to climate change can affect what fish are available for us to eat!
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Is it a fish or is it a mammal? Tune into this presentation full of fun facts about dolphins, their biology, and how we study them. Find out about marine mammal strandings (what is that and why does it happen?), what NOAA does in response to one of these events, and how to find out more about the stranding network in your area. This webinar will be recorded and posted here (with English captions and Spanish subtitles) after going live. (Grades 2-8 but all ages will enjoy)
NOAA launches weather balloons twice a day across the entire country. Weather balloons, also known as sounding balloons, are a special type of high-altitude balloon carrying instruments to near the edge of space. They send back information on atmospheric pressure, temperature, humidity, and wind speed by means of a small, expendable measuring device called a radiosonde. Meet meteorologist Jeff Orrock and learn how weather balloons collect information to help forecasters predict the weather in your community and what you can do if you find one. This webinar will be recorded and posted here (with English captions and Spanish subtitles) after going live. (Grades 2-8 but all ages will enjoy)
Whales are among the largest and oldest animals on earth and belong to a group of marine mammals called cetaceans. Seals are known to be the clowns of the sea and belong to a group of marine mammals called pinnipeds. Interested in learning more about marine mammals? Tune in to find out what makes a mammal a mammal and fun facts about those found around Cape Cod. (Grades 2-6) View recorded webinar (subtitles available in English and Spanish)
This prevented coach congestion in the village of Oberammergau and the guide then stayed on the coach to assist the driver to deliver others of the party who were staying in accommodation outside the village. During the performance there were free shuttle buses available to take everyone in allocated accommodation into the centre of Oberammergau or to the restaurants where they would eat lunch and dinner.
Tickets are generally available through many different tour companies who put together packages. The main website for the passion play is -oberammergau.de/en/home and there would normally be tickets to be purchased directly on here. However I suspect that direct sale tickets may be hard to come by, especially because I imagine that those who had booked for the 2020 performance had their tickets carries over when it was postponed due to Covid.
Option #1: The United States can embark on a multi-national, multi-agency effort to build dual-use aviation facilities across the First Island Chain. Because the most of the First Island Chain is comprised of U.S. treaty allies, the U.S. can work with allies and partners to rapidly construct a large number of runways and aviation facilities for civilian and military use by foreign partners, which would become available for U.S. military use in the event of a conflict. There are also dozens if not hundreds of derelict runways from the Second World War across the First Island Chain that could be renovated at lower cost than new construction.
Risk: Such a building program would be expensive, and would have to significantly increase the number of available airfields to achieve the desired effect. This option is also contingent up U.S. partners and allies accepting the U.S. construction programs and the proliferation of airfields on their sovereign territory which may face local political resistance. There is also a risk that this option could spur an arms race with China or spur increased missile development. 041b061a72