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Blue Ribbon Panel Reviews Potential for Net-pen Aq...

Organized by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, a Blue Ribbon Panel of scientists from state, federal, and academia met last week to assess environmental concerns with development of a ...

NOAA Seminar Series Features Patuxent River Shellf...

A scientist from NCCOS'sCenter for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment described a modeling study in Chesapeake Bay region's Patuxent River Estuary at the NOAA NOS Science Seminar Series on June 3, ...

NOAA Enlists Help from U.S. Army Reserve to Accomp...

NOAA scientists teamed up with soldiers from the U.S. Army Reserve to conduct research off the North Carolina coast. The research was conducted aboard the Army vessel Missionary Ridge, a ...

NCCOS Helps Colombia Develop Eco-friendly Aquacult...

Communities on the islands of San Andres and Providencia, Colombia are looking to aquaculture to bolster domestic seafood production, create jobs, and strengthen traditional native pursuits of fisheries and agriculture ...

NCCOS and NMFS Collaborate to Improve Aquaculture ...

NOAA's National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science and Northeast Fisheries Laboratory are working with outside partners to merge Farm Aquaculture Resource Management (FARM) model results with the Connecticut Aquaculture Mapping ...

Coastal Economies: Researching Aquaculture for Nut...

NOAA Ocean Science Blog sat down with Dr. Suzanne Bricker of NOAA'sNational Centers for Coastal Ocean Science(NCCOS),Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment(CCMA), Coastal Ocean Assessments, Status, and Trends, to talk ...


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