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NCCOS Scientists Attend ‘Climate Adaptation for Coastal Communities’ Course

This summer, a small group of NCCOS scientists completed an interactive training course intended to provide participants with the necessary skills to address climate adaptation planning within their local community. The course, developed by NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management and local partners, included discussions on climate change trends and impacts, how to scope and conduct […]

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New Book Highlights NCCOS Work Aiding USVI Marine Park Management

NCCOS research was recently featured in a new book, Ocean Solutions, Earth Solutions, published by Environmental Systems Research Incorporated (ESRI). The NCCOS chapter, “Linking Landscape Condition Impacts to Coral Reef Ecosystem Composition for the East End of Saint Croix,” highlights the effects of terrestrial impacts to near-shore marine environments. The research specifically addresses land-based sources of […]

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Coral Reef Monitoring Continues Field Season in the U.S. Virgin Islands

NCCOS scientists, along with other federal and local partners, are diving on reefs surrounding St. Thomas and St. John from July 13-23, collecting data as part of the NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program’s National Coral Reef Monitoring Program (NCRMP). Earlier this summer, the team conducted similar dives off St. Croix. NCRMP provides a broader geographic context to supplement studies of […]

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NCCOS’s Mussel Watch Program to Assess Chesapeake Bay for New and Emerging Water Pollutants

Scientists from NCCOS are partnering with the Maryland Department of Natural Resource (MD-DNR) to launch a monitoring project in the Chesapeake Bay designed to survey the magnitude and distribution of contaminants of emerging concern (CECs). CECs, such as current-use pesticides, pharmaceuticals, personal care products, and other chemicals associated with human activities, can enter the environment […]

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