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Scientists Determine Value of Habitat's Ability to...

Humans have dramatically increased the nitrogen load to coastal systems leading to eutrophication. Putting a monetary value on an ecosystem's ability to remove nitrogen is effective for communicating the significance ...

Heat, sun could limit red tide closures - State ...

Despite an unexpectedly large algae bloom that shut down clam beds in Down East Maine several weeks ago, the 2011 red tide season has been relatively mild and could end ...

NOAA and EPA Work Together to Address Climate Chan...

A new agreement between NOAA and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) allows these agencies to work more closely together to help coastal communities become more resilient. The agencies will share ...
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Climate Change Research Used to Educate the Next G...

The U.S. Global Ocean Ecosystems Dynamics (GLOBEC) program is making it possible for today's graduate students to learn about cutting-edge climate change research that will prepare them for careers in ...

Scientists predict moderate New England red tide ...

Scientists on Friday predicted a moderate bloom of the toxic red tide in New England this summer, and they say the same water conditions that held it in check last ...


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