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NOAA Releases Guidance for the Use of Living Shorelines

NOAA released Guidance for Considering the Use of Living Shorelines today. This Guidance was developed in an agency wide effort to clarify NOAA’s encouragement for the use of living shorelines as a shoreline stabilization technique along sheltered coasts. Living shorelines can preserve and improve habitats and their ecosystem services at the land-water interface. Although erosion is […]

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NOAA Joins International Coastal Cleanup, Removes 157 Pounds of Debris in North Carolina

As part of the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup last month, 18 participants from NOAA, North Carolina Coastal Reserve and National Estuarine Research Reserve, and Duke University Marine Laboratory removed 157 pounds of marine debris from the coastal marshes that surround Pivers Island in Beaufort, NC. Debris was cataloged according to the Ocean Conservancy guidelines and all […]

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North Carolina Seafood Festival Highlights Marine Science

The North Carolina Seafood Festival worked with local marine scientists from NOAA, University of North Carolina’s Institute of Marine Sciences (UNC-IMS), North Carolina State University (NCSU), and North Carolina Department of Marine Fisheries (NCDMF) to host local middle school students for an educational program in Morehead City, NC. “NC Seafood Smart!” welcomed over 60 sixth and […]

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‘From Seeds to Shorelines’ Comes to North Carolina

NCCOS scientist, Dr. Carolyn Currin, North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve Education Coordinator, Lori Davis, and North Carolina Sea Grant Marine Education Specialist, Teri Kerby Hathaway, are bringing the successful “From Seeds to Shorelines” project to teachers in coastal North Carolina. Dr. Carolyn Currin conducted the initial training with 10 teachers that will implement the […]

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Ciguatoxin Detection Technology Transfer With French Polynesia

Researchers from the Institut Louis Malardè (ILM) in French Polynesia visited the NCCOS Center for Coastal Fisheries and Habitat Research (CCFHR) to gain expertise on working with Harmful Algal Bloom species. Dr. Mireille Chinain and Dr. Taiana Darius completed eleven days of training on the method and technique of cytotoxicity assays to detect ciguatoxins (CTXs) […]

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New Aquaculture Infographic Available

More than half of global seafood supply now comes from aquaculture and this percentage is projected to increase dramatically in the upcoming decades.  Given this increasing demand, industry and managers must work together to develop sustainable aquaculture practices in the coastal zone.  To assist with these efforts, NCCOS developed an infographic to demonstrate the many […]

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NCCOS Hollings Scholar Wins Best Presentation Award

Emily Wallingford, a rising senior at the University of Hawaii at Hilo and a 2015 Hollings Scholar at NOAA’s Beaufort Laboratory, won the best oral presentation award at the 2015 Hollings Symposium on July 27–30. Wallingford’s presentation, “Development of lionfish aggregating devices (LADs) for use as a large-scale control technique,” reported on her research of […]

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The Swiss Army Knife of Missions: Buoys, CHiRP, Drop Cameras, and MBES

An intern blog by Erika Koontz ‘17, Washington College. During the third week of July, I set sail on the NOAA Ship Nancy Foster with scientists from NOAA’s Beaufort lab, Coastal Carolina University (CCU), and Cape Fear Community College (CFCC) for leg two of a project to map essential fish habitat in the Southeast U.S. in support of offshore planning […]

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