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NOAA-Supported Coral Reef Institute Finds Home in ...

On September 27, Nova Southeastern University officially opens a new research facility, the86,000-square-foot Center of Excellence forCoral Reef Ecosystems Science Research, which will host local, national, and international coral specialists ...
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Lake Erie’s Weekly Algae Forecasts Continue ...

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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President to honor high achieving, early career NO...

James A. Morris, Jr., Ph.D Three NOAA scientists were named today as recipients of the 2010 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE). The award is the highest ...
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Thriving ‘Middle Light’ Reefs Found in...

NOAA-funded scientists found extensive and biologically diverse coral ecosystems occurring at depths between 100–330 feet within a 12-mile span off the southwestern coast of Puerto Rico. With the overall health ...
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