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small noaa logo Home | Pollutants in the Environment | Protecting Coastal Resources
Evaluating pollutants in the coastal environment and determining remediation measures to protect coastal resources from further harm caused by those pollutants.
Spilled oil drifts toward a coral reef. Coral Reefs: Spills and Other Threats By understanding coral reefs, we can do a better job of protecting them.
OR&R: A History Learn more about the origins of NOAA's Office of Response and Restoration (OR&R).
Suisun Bay Reserve Fleet Assessment Project Learn about NOAA's special Suisun Bay project investigating potential impacts from the mothball, Reserve Fleet in Suisun Bay, CA.
Of Special Note: Pollutants in the Environment
ERMA Web Portal Web-based GIS tool designed to assist emergency responders and planners who deal with incidents that may adversely impact the environment.
NOAA Restoration Portal Web Site Provides centralized access to information about NOAA restoration resources, including restoration techniques and NOAA restoration references, through a single point-of-entry.
OR&R Efforts in Vieques, Puerto Rico Vieques is a small island east of mainland Puerto Rico that was formerly used by the U.S. Navy for military training operations. The Navy ceased operations in 2003, and is now investigating areas it previously occupied to determine the extent of contamination.
OR&R: A History Learn more about the origins of NOAA's Office of Response and Restoration (OR&R).
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