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Students Learn the Value of Cetacean Strandings in...

More than 20 students and faculty from the University of Georgia's Maymester program visited NCCOSinCharleston, SC to learn how cetacean strandings can be used for coastal change detection. The lecture, ...

Dolphin Entanglements Follow Historic 1,000 Year R...

NCCOS staff successfully cut a crab pot buoy line from an entangled dolphin in Charleston Harbor on October 13, 2015. Credit: NOAA. From October 1 through October 5, 2015 South ...

Scientists Recognized for Role in Assessing Dolphi...

Last month, scientists from NCCOS's Center for Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research (CCEHBR) received an Outstanding Achievement Award from NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service for their efforts in assessing ...

Graduate Student to Research Stable Isotopes in Py...

College of Charleston Master's student, Nicole Montey, under the direction of a scientist from the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, Wayne McFee, was one of two students recently awarded ...

Dead Dolphin in May River Prompts Concern, Investi...

Bluffton resident Jimmy McIntire was fishing from his boat Tuesday afternoon when he noticed something unusual floating near Myrtle Island in the May River. Piloting closer to investigate, he discovered ...

Bittersweet Saga of the 'Real' Folly Beach Baby Do...

The rescue of a baby dolphin really was attempted on Folly Beach recently, it turns out. Accounts of Brien Limehouse's effort to save the stranded dolphin a few weeks ago ...

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