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Algae’s hunger ramps up red tide toxins | HeraldTribune.com

The mysterious red tide toxin that has killed a record number of manatees and brought countless dead fish to Southwest Florida beaches over the past few months could finally have an explanation: The algae that produce the toxin are hungry. A significant new study of the algae, Karenia Brevis (sic), suggests that the organisms release […]

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NOAA Science Along Our Shores (Video)

http://youtu.be/aG-LFwqSxyg “NOAA Science Along Our Shores” is a short video that presents some facts about America’s coasts, describes challenges coastal communities face, and explores the role that researchers from the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS for short) play in addressing those challenges. We provide research, scientific information, and tools to help balance the […]

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NOAA-funded research investigates where Caribbean fish gather and spawn

NOAA-funded research in the Caribbean is using the underwater sounds of reef fish, such as groupers, to identify areas where they gather to spawn — a behavior that makes the fish easier to catch and susceptible to overfishing. The research may lead to more precise measures to protect spawning locations and thereby allow a depleted […]

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Ocean scientists find how size of Coral Triangle matters in biodiversity | SciTech | GMA News Online

A new study of Asia’s Coral Triangle, which contains nearly 30 percent of the world’s reefs, shows that when it comes to ensuring a rich and diverse range of species, size matters. “The study suggests that marine protected areas should be as large and diverse as possible,” Peter Etnoyer, a marine biologist at the US […]

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All You Can Eat: usoceangov NOAA Ocean Today kiosk video

Watch as hunters become the hunted in this story of a delicious but damaging invasive predator and efforts to remove them from our fragile reefs.  Lionfish released in U.S. waters are ruining these critical resources by eating fish and shellfish that are valuable to you and me, as well as the reefs they live on. […]

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Locavores, Meet Invasivores: Cooking and Eating Invasive Lionfish at Haven – Houston – Restaurants and Dining – Eating Our Words

Invasive species are nothing new. Neither is eating them, as anyone who’s eaten Cambodian water spinach — much of it grown here in Houston — will tell you. But bringing in water spinach from Cambodia and growing it for profit (despite its status over here as a noxious weed) is entirely different from eating species […]

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Florida Keys marine reserve a keeper: Fish rebounding – NBC Science blog

Both fishermen and fish species have benefited from “no-take” protections at a marine reserve in the Florida Keys, according to a government report. The report found that overfished species — including red and black grouper, yellowtail and mutton snapper — have increased in abundance and size inside the reserve and throughout the area, according to […]

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