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Epidemiological Modeling and Outbreak Investigatio...

Marine mammal mortality events have been linked to harmful algal bloom biotoxins, acoustic events, and infectious disease epidemics, but the underlying causes are often uncertain. We are improving epidemiological tools ...
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NOAA and Navy Investigate Seasonal Cetacean Distri...

Researchers spot a dolphin in their transect for identification. Credit: NOAA. NCCOS researchers recently completed field work to identify the seasonal distribution and abundance of cetacean species in proximity to ...
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Mapping Tool Developed to Examine Marine Wildlife ...

A dynamic mapping tool allowing users to view marine wildlife health data in variable space and time was recently developed by a NOAA Hollings Scholar working with National Centers for ...
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Assessing movements of three buoy line types using DSTmilli loggers: Implications for entanglements of Bottlenose dolphins in the crab pot fishery

A study was conducted in October 2006 in the Charleston, South Carolina area to test the movements of three different buoy line types to determine which produced a preferred profile that could reduce the risk of dolphin entanglement. Tests on ...
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