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Ocean Acidification: NCCOS-funded Research Reveals...

While, the negative impacts of increasing ocean acidification on clams, scallops and other bivalves the biological basis is still unclear,'legacy effect' of early CO2explosure can play a significant role in ...
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NCCOS-supported Student Wins Award 2013 Research F...

NCCOS-supported University of Central Florida graduate student, Matthew Bilskie,won the Engineering, Computer Science, Modeling and Simulation category at the 2013 University of Central Florida Graduate Research Forum in April. Bilskie ...
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Project Finds Fish Prefer Natural Shorelines

The U.S. benefits from a wealth of resources and activities that depend on healthy coastal habitats. However, these habitats are being degraded by extensive hardening of shorelines due to climate-driven ...
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State-of-the-Art Projections to Support Sea Level ...

The threat of sea level rise and storminess poses many management challenges in North Carolina due to low elevation, extensive barrier islands and vulnerability to coastal storms. The long-term North ...
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Ecological Research Supports Training at Camp Leje...

Project-of-the-Year Awards Showcase Program Successes Congratulations to the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) and Environmental Security Technology Certification Program(ESTCP) Projects of the Year, recognized for research and technology ...
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NOAA Ocean Acidification Program Finds Supportive ...

NCCOS-funded scientists working under the auspices of the NOAA Ocean Acidification (OA) Program were recently introduced to the internal research community at a special roll-out and open discussion at the ...
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Ocean acidification emerges as new climate threat ...

Kris Holderied, who directs the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Kasitsna Bay Laboratory, says the ocean's increasing acidity is 'the reason fishermen stop me in the grocery store.' 'They say, ...
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Excess Algae Responsible for Hotspots of Increased...

A research paper published this week reveals that large die-offs of algae locally magnify ocean acidification. As the cells die and sinks to the bottom, the bacteria population that feeds ...
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“New” CO2 Source Spells Trouble for Ma...

A new kind of witchy interaction is underway in the oceans, report the authors of a new paper in Environmental Science & Technology. William G. Sunda and Wei-Jun Cai created ...
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NOAA announces grants to predict ocean acidificati...

As scientists continue to research ways in which the oceans are changing - and what these changes mean for fish populations, three new research projects will receive funding to examine ...
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