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New Podcast | Fish tracking in Poplar Island

Published on: 03/12/2024
Research Area(s): Social Media

Person sitting on a boat holding a fish.Chesapeake Bay’s Poplar Island has lost land mass due to sea level rise and subsidence. A massive project has rebuilt the island using dredged sediment to keep shipping channels clear, protect coastal communities, and restore habitat. Listen to the latest edition of Coastal Conversations as NCCOS marine biologist, Dr. Matt Kendall explains how his team is tracking how fish use the restored habitat. https://coastalscience.noaa.gov/multimedia/tracking-fish-movement-in-the-restored-poplar-island/

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