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Coastal Pollution Data Explorer

The Coastal Pollution Data Explorer will be an interactive web-based interface where users can explore spatial and temporal trends of chemical, physical, biological, and toxicological data. Users can compare, analyze, ...

Comparison of Chemical Contaminants Found in Hudso...

In 2017, the New York–New Jersey Harbor and Estuary Program asked NCCOS’s National Status and Trends (NS&T) Program to survey the Hudson and Raritan Bays' bottom sediments for chemical contaminants ...


Scientists Survey Threatened Queen Conch in Port E...

Mary Rider (CSS contractor with NCCOS) and Justin Voss (Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) prepare to dive near the Port Everglades channel. Credit: NOAA. This spring, scientists surveyed one ...

Assessing Pollution in the Great Lakes Through Qua...

Scientists check on a cage of quagga mussels in the Milwaukee Estuary. Photo Credit: Ed Johnson (NOAA/NCCOS) When scientists from NOAA’s National Center for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) examined invasive ...

NCCOS, Partners Assess Contamination in Great Lake...

Dr. Michael Edwards and Lauren Swam process sediment samples collected from Lake Ontario, September 2022. Credit: NOAA. In September, the NCCOS Mussel Watch Program and its partners completed a seven-week ...


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Mussel Watch

NOAA's National Mussel Watch Program monitors the status and spatial and temporal trends of chemical contaminants and biological stressors in the nation’s coastal waters. The Mussel Watch Program is the ...


Scientists Survey Threatened Queen Conch in Port EvergladesContaminants and nutrients pollute the marine and coastal environment, causing acute or long-term impacts to ecosystems, humans, and animals—from shellfish to pets. NCCOS ...

NOAA Internship Opportunities

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