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Western Lake Erie Basin Partners Meet on Managemen...

NCCOS-sponsored scientists with the hypoxia Ecological Forecasting Project in Lake Erie are presenting research findings related to Best Management Practices (BMPs), phosphorus loading, and climate interactions in the western Lake ...
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NCCOS Scientists Collaborate with GLERL and Univer...

From June 4 -6, researchers from the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) met with Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab (GLERL) staff and regional university scientists from Heidelberg University, ...
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NCCOS Issues First 2013 Weekly Harmful Algal Bloom...

On June 5, the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) kicked off the 2013 Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) forecasting season with its first weekly forecast for Lake Erie. Running ...
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NCCOS Briefs Ohio Lake Erie Phosphorus Task Force ...

On May 1, NCCOS scientists shared NOAA methods for estimating HAB annual variability in Lake Erie with the Ohio Lake Erie Phosphorus Task Force. In addition to the methods, NCCOS ...
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Lake Erie Weekly Algae Forecasts Continue with New...

Weekly forecasts of harmful algal bloom conditions in Lake Erie have started for the 2012 season.Two forecasts have already been issued, and they will be disseminated throughout the bloom season--which ...
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Sediment and Algae Color the Great Lakes : Image o...

NASA image courtesy Jeff Schmaltz, MODIS Rapid Response Team at NASA GSFC. The brilliant streaks of blue and green that color the Great Lakes in this image are a contradiction ...
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