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NOAA Hosts Students, Policy Makers, and Managers in North Carolina Aboard the R/V Nancy Foster

Last month, NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) hosted a series of outreach events aboard the NOAA Ship Nancy Foster following the ship’s 10-day mission to map and study the hardbottom reefs and fish communities in a proposed wind energy area off Cape Fear, N.C. First in this series of events, NCCOS staff ran […]

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NCCOS Science Supports Management Review of Florida Keys Sanctuary

NCCOS is providing the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary with scientific and technical support that will enable the sanctuary to review and analyze information on human uses and natural resources and propose management alternatives for the region. The two groups recently co-hosted a workshop at the Key West Eco-Discovery Center, the fourth in a series of six […]

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Potential Offshore Wind Energy Area in North Carolina Mapped

Earlier this month, NCCOS researchers and their partners mapped the seafloor and characterized the hardbottom habitat of the potential wind energy area off of Cape Fear, N.C. This final expedition of a four leg mission ran for 10 days aboard NOAA Ship Nancy Foster to provide a baseline biological assessment of the distribution of marine fishes […]

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NOAA Data Support Groundwater Protection in Marshall Islands

Scientists from the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) and the Coastal Services Center recently recorded underwater video and collected sonar data off Kwajalein Atoll in the Republic of the Marshall Islands to produce bathymetry estimates and support mapping of coral reef communities in the region. Additionally, NCCOS will be using these data to […]

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NOAA Enlists Help from U.S. Army Reserve to Accomplish Science Missions off North Carolina

NOAA scientists teamed up with soldiers from the U.S. Army Reserve to conduct research off the North Carolina coast. The research was conducted aboard the Army vessel Missionary Ridge, a 175-foot landing craft utility. While approximately 40 miles off the North Carolina coast, Army reservists completed drill training while NOAA researchers collected fish and algae […]

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NCCOS Researcher Captures Winning Image

A photograph taken by NCCOS research ecologist Amy V. Uhrin was one of 10 images selected as a winner in the 2014 Cool Science Image Contest held by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where Ms. Uhrin is a PhD candidate. The contest is open to faculty, staff, and students at the university and is intended to […]

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Community Leaders Explore Coastal Ocean Science at Beaufort Laboratory

Ranked “America’s Coolest Small Town” in 2012 by Budget Travel Magazine, Beaufort, N.C., also boasts marine science research and education at the federal, state, and academic levels. Marine science, in particular, has become an economic driver for this coastal community. In response, the NCCOS Center for Coastal Fisheries and Habitat Research recently hosted a tour for Beaufort’s […]

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First Estimates of Trap Debris in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Now Available

Over 85,000 spiny lobster ghost traps and over 1 million non-fishing traps or remnants of traps are estimated to be present on the seafloor of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Researchers from the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission calculated these estimates following completion of 151 […]

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