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NCCOS Research Shared with Public at South Carolina Outreach Event

Last month, NCCOS scientists staffed an exhibit at a weekend open house for the public held by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR). The team conveyed the value of current research at the NCCOS Center for Coastal Environmental Health and Biomolecular Research and the Hollings Marine Laboratory that focuses on the effects of natural and […]

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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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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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West Coast Harmful Algal Bloom Explained

An unprecedented West Coast harmful algal bloom (HAB) continues, hurting Pacific Coast marine wildlife and causing economic losses to commercial shell fishers from Alaska to California. NCCOS sponsored scientists are participating in the event response and providing information to the public. Recently, NCCOS sponsored scientist Dr. Vera Trainer of NOAA Fisheries joined Washington and Oregon […]

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NOAA Seminar Series Features Patuxent River Shellfish Aquaculture and Eutrophication Research

A scientist from NCCOS’s Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment described a modeling study in Chesapeake Bay region’s Patuxent River Estuary at the NOAA NOS Science Seminar Series on June 3, 2015. The presentation, titled “Shellfish Aquaculture: A Strategy for Eutrophication Mitigation in the Patuxent River,” reported nitrogen removal estimates through cultivation and harvest of oysters […]

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Getting the Word Out: Sharing the Benefits of Shellfish Aquaculture

Different aspects of shellfish aquaculture science were recently shared on three separate occasions with regional groups that varied from industry partners to regional growers to high school students. These presentations are part of an effort to communicate best practices of shellfish aquaculture to the public and stakeholders so that these methods will be employed in […]

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