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NOAA Engages Alaskan Communities in Aquaculture Op...

Chris Schillaci handles a piece of Nereocystis (Bull kelp), a key mariculture species for Alaska’s growing aquaculture industry. In February and March 2024, NCCOS and NOAA Fisheries conducted a series ...

New Study Explores Sustainable Siting of Aquacultu...

Aquaculture pen filled with finfish floating in the water. Credit: NOAA Fisheries Earlier this month, marine spatial planning researchers at the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) published a ...

NCCOS Aquaculture Team Members Co-Host Sea Grant W...

On November 2, 2023, the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) co-hosted the Sea Grant–NCCOS California Aquaculture Siting and Development Workshop in San Diego, CA. This workshop was part ...

Request for Information: Identifying Aquaculture O...

In June 2023, NOAA and the state of Alaska announced a collaborative effort to identify Aquaculture Opportunity Areas (AOAs) in Alaska's waters, focusing on sustainable invertebrates (shellfish, sea cucumber, etc.) ...


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Development of Aquaculture Opportunity Areas in Al...

NOAA Fisheries and the State of Alaska announced on June 1, 2023, that they are moving forward with a multi-year process to identify Aquaculture Opportunity Areas (AOAs) in state waters ...
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