NOAA PMEL Tour Request
Thank you for your interest in finding out more about the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL) at Sand Point in Seattle WA. PMEL is a federal laboratory that makes critical observations and conducts groundbreaking research to advance our knowledge of the global ocean and its interactions with the earth, atmosphere, ecosystems, and climate. We would be happy to host your class or group. Requests for a tour must be made at least 4-6 weeks prior to the tour date. Please note that submission of a tour request does not guarantee that we will be able to accommodate the request.
How did you hear about NOAA and PMEL?
School/Group name and location
What do you hope your group will gain from visiting NOAA/PMEL?
What parts of NOAA interest you for a tour? (Please select up to 5). Availability of these offices are dependent on staff and timing.
Response to Disasters (oil spills, marine debris)
If you are specifically interested in the Pacific Marine Environmental Lab (PMEL), what parts of PMEL are of interest to your group?
Climate Research - includes research on El Nino, ocean carbon, Argo floats, Arctic, atmospheric chemistry
Marine Ecosystem Research - includes research in the Bering Sea, ocean acidification and eDNA
Coastal and Ocean Processes - includes research on tsunami and hydrothermal vents
When would you like to visit NOAA?
What is your second choice of when you would like to visit?
Size of Group
Anything else to know about the visit
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