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An Ecological Assessment to Support NOAA’s Choptan...

The Choptank watershed is an ecologically and economically valuable resource and designated Habitat Focus Area. We are collecting and synthesizing biological, chemical, and physical data to characterize the condition of ...
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Aquaculture and Eutrophication in Long Island Soun...

Eutrophication is the overabundance of nutrients in a body of water that results in harmful algal blooms, fish kills, and in some cases ecosystem collapse. We are investigating the feasibility ...
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Aquaculture Mapping Atlas and FARM Model

We are integrating two tools commonly used to plan for and site aquaculture: the Farm Aquaculture Resource Management (FARM) Model and the Connecticut Aquaculture Mapping Atlas. This improved tool will ...
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AquaSpace – An Ecosystem Approach to Making Space ...

Aquaculture is a large and growing segment of seafood production because capture fisheries production continues to decline. A major challenge to the expansion of marine aquaculture in most nations is ...
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Eutrophication and Oyster Aquaculture in the Patux...

Eutrophication is the overabundance of nutrients in a body of water that results in harmful algal blooms, fish kills, and in some cases ecosystem collapse. We are investigating the feasibility ...
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Eutrophication and Oyster Aquaculture in the Potom...

Eutrophication is the overabundance of nutrients in a body of water that results in harmful algal blooms, which can lead to depletion of dissolved oxygen and loss of fish and ...
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National Estuarine Eutrophication Assessment: Upda...

Eutrophication is the overabundance of nutrients in a body of water that results in harmful algal blooms, fish kills, and in some cases ecosystem collapse. We used the Assessment of ...
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Oyster Aquaculture Related Ecosystem Services in t...

Eutrophication—the overabundance of nutrients in a body of water—threatens the normal function and benefits provided by coastal ecosystems. Attempts to reverse eutrophication have focused on reducing land-based sources of nutrients ...
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Planning for Sustainable Shellfish Aquaculture in ...

Eutrophication is the overabundance of nutrients in a body of water that results in harmful algal blooms, fish kills, and in some cases ecosystem collapse. We are investigating the feasibility ...
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Shellfish Aquaculture and Payment for Ecosystem Se...

With U.S. capture fisheries in decline, aquaculture is being seen as a way to increase the domestic supply of seafood. However, total aquaculture production in the U.S. has not changed ...
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Panels Supports Chesapeake Bay Program and Oyster ...

Chesapeake Bay Program Oyster Best Management Practice (BMP) Expert Panelists from NCCOS and from the Northeast Fisheries Science Center participated in the Open Feedback Meeting on Monday May 22, 2017 ...
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NCCOS, Maryland Sea Grant Oyster Project Highlight...

A joint NCCOS and Maryland Sea Grant project that estimates the nutrient-removal benefits to the Chesapeake Bay provided by oyster aquaculture was highlighted in the Bay Journal last week.The project ...
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NCCOS Helps Evaluate Water Quality at Largest Oyst...

NCCOS scientists participated in a workshop last month in Annapolis, Maryland, to evaluate the relationship betweenwater quality and the restored oyster reef in Harris Creek, nearTilghman Island in Chesapeake Bay ...
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NCCOS Featured for Work on Oysters as a Nutrient B...

NCCOS and colleagues from theFisheries lab in Milford and the Oyster Recover Partnership were featuredin The Fish Farmer's Magazine, Aquaculture North America. While oysters are delicious and a good source ...
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Nutrient Crediting of Oyster Aquaculture in Chesap...

Installing oyster beds in the Chesapeake Bay. Credit: NOAA. NCCOSscientist, Suzanne Bricker, spokeat the 2017 East Coast Commercial Fishermen's and Aquaculture Trade Expo seminar program on January 14, 2017. Collaborating ...
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Panel Releases First Recommendations on Oyster Aqu...

This weekthe Chesapeake Bay Program and its partners approved the Oyster Best Management Practices Expert Panel's first recommendations on specific oyster aquaculture practices that remove excess nitrogen and phosphorus from ...
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Choptank Habitat Focus Area Ecosystem Services Pro...

On May 9, 2015, physical scientist Suzanne Bricker, from CCEHBR's Cooperative Oxford Laboratory (COL), participated with other physical scientists and economists from NOAA's Chesapeake Bay Program Office (NCBO), National Marine ...
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NCCOS Shares Ecosystem Services Project Results wi...

At this month's NOAA Social Sciences Committee meeting, Dr. Suzanne Bricker (NCCOS) highlighted a recent project on quantification and valuation of the nutrient removal capability of cultivated oysters in Long ...
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Ecosystem Services of Shellfish in the Chesapeake ...

NCCOSscientist Suzanne Bricker, along with project partner Matt Parker, aMaryland Sea Grant Aquaculture Business Specialist, kicked off their Shellfish Aquaculture and Payment for Ecosystem Services in Chesapeake Bay project on ...
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Ecosystem Services Estimation to Inform Management...

On May 9, 2015, NCCOS participatedin a meeting to kick-off the Choptank River Ecosystem Services Projectwith physical scientists and economists from NOAA's Chesapeake Bay Program Office (NCBO), National Marine Fisheries ...
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An ecosystem services assessment using bioextraction technologies for removal of nitrogen and other substances in Long Island Sound and the Great Bay/Piscataqua Region Estuaries

A State-Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Nutrient Innovations Task Group concluded in a 2009 report (State -- EPA Nutrient Innovations Task Group, 2009) that 'continuing the status quo at the national, state, and local levels and relying upon our current practices ...
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Effects of Nutrient Enrichment In the Nation’s Estuaries: A Decade of Change

The National Estuarine Eutrophication Assessment (NEEA) is a tool for evaluating both current eutrophic condition and the effectiveness of management actions aimed at reducing eutrophic condition. Eutrophication is caused by excess nutrients and is expressed by symptoms such as increased ...
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Improving methods and indicators for evaluating coastal water eutrophication: A pilot study in the Gulf of Maine

Study Goals and Objectives: 1) Improve existing nutrient-related eutrophication assessment methods, updating (from early 1990s to early 2000s) the eutrophication assessment for systems included in the study with the improved method. 2) Develop a human-use/socioeconomic indicator to complement the assessment ...
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National Estuarine Eutrophication Assessment: Effects of Nutrient Enrichment in the Nation’s Estuaries

This report presents the results of a National Assessment Workshop held in August 1998 to address the problem of estuarine eutrophication. The assessment was based primarily on the results of the National Estuarine Eutrophication Survey, conducted by NOAA from 1992 ...
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