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Kachemak Bay Marine Science Conference: Healthy Ba...

The National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science's (NCCOS) Kasitsna Bay Laboratory helped organize and participated in the 2012 Kachemak Bay Marine Science Conference, held on March 8-10, 2012 in Homer, ...
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Hardening of Shorelines in the Mid-Atlantic Focus ...

Management agencies are struggling to balance the pressures of coastal development with theconservation and protection of the coastal environment. Representatives of several managementgroups convened on February 29 to review progress ...
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Cold Water Anomaly May Explain 2011 Unusual Bottle...

While climate change is often associated with global warming and rising seawater temperatures, there are other climate-related anomalies that can adversely affect marine life. From February 27 to May 26, ...
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NCCOS-supported Scientists Untangle Food Web, Habi...

Being able to numerically determine how much food is produced by different habitats in relationto each other helps habitat restoration and conservation managers put a price on the value ofecological ...
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Scientists hope transplants will revive coral reef...

Marine scientists on Friday plan to begin transplanting about 100 basketball-size corals from an onshore nursery to a damaged reef off the shores of Fort Lauderdale. The transplant, among the ...
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NOAA Scientists Provide Technical Input to the Hea...

Climate change imperils human health, posing real and potential threats and costs. To gaina broader understanding of the health effects of climate change in the Southeastern UnitedStates and also to ...
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Coastal Change, South Carolina

Increasing atmospheric CO2 and eutrophication comb...

Dissolution of carbon dioxide (CO2) from rising atmospheric CO2 is acidifying ocean water;but a second environmental problem, eutrophication, is having a similar effect in coastal bottomwaters. This occurs because anthropogenic ...
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Rise of the CyanoHABs

Cyanobacteria (also known as blue-green algae) are proliferating in the U.S. and worldwide, becoming a serious threat to freshwater resources and public health. Results from NCCOS harmful algal bloom programs ...
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Coastal Change

Hard Clam Populations May Decrease Due to Stone Cr...

NCCOS-funded research into the ecosystem effects of climate change may improve management of the commercially important shellfish populations in a warming climate. Stone crabs (Menippe mercenaria), normally found only in ...
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NCCOS Implements Fourteen New Sponsored Research P...

In Fiscal Year 2011, the National Ocean Service's National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) awarded nearly $5.8M to 14 new research projects under 6 different research programs. Projects were ...
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