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NCCOS Hosts Deep-Sea Coral Identification Workshop

In July, the NCCOS Deep Coral Ecology Laboratory (DCEL) held a two-day workshop on the taxonomy and morphological identification of deep-sea corals. The workshop was held in conjunction with the Center for Coastal and Marine Ecosystems (CCME) annual meeting in Charleston, SC, and attended by graduate students from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley […]

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NCCOS Hosts NOAA Center for Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Annual Meeting

Last week NCCOS hosted the 2017 NOAA Center for Coastal and Marine Ecosystems (CCME) Annual Meeting in Charleston, South Carolina. The event brought together science leads and faculty researchers to coordinate partnership activities that support CCME and NOS’s mutual science and workforce development goals. CCME was created last fall through a cooperative agreement administered through […]

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Where are Former NCCOS Cooperative Oxford Laboratory Interns Now?

Several students associated with the Cooperative Oxford Laboratory (COL) have graduated, are furthering their studies, or have published articles recently. Through their internships or time at COL, the students learned new scientific and technical skills while supporting many different areas of NCCOS research, including: climate impacts, biogeographic assessments, coastal ecosystem management, coastal pollution, ecoforecasting, water […]

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NOAA Builds Relationship for Resource Management with Wampanoag Tribe

Last March, NCCOS joined other NOAA partners in a roundtable event with the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Council, sponsored by the NOAA North Atlantic Regional Collaboration Team. The meeting facilitated partnerships and the exchange of ideas between the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe and NOAA regarding fisheries, habitat, and water quality. Historical records show the Algonquian-speaking Wampanoag encountered the English colonists of the […]

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Collaboration with new Scholar and NOAA Ocean Acidification Program Show Potenital

This past month, NCCOS welcomed a new Hollings Scholar, Madison Uetrecht, who will study the effects of ocean acidification on oyster growth under Dr. Beth Turner over the summer months. They visited Mook Sea Farm, where Uetrecht will conduct out-planting experiments with juvenile oysters to assess whether shell growth and calcification changes during different field ocean acidification (OA) conditions. […]

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NCCOS Joins USGS in Congressional Briefing on Harmful Algal Bloom Threats

On April 4, a Congressional Briefing held in Washington, DC, focused on harmful algal blooms (HABs) and their increasing impacts on coastal, Great Lakes, and inland communities and economies. NCCOS’ Quay Dortch, represented NOAA as a featured panelist, discussing the growing problem of marine HABs and the threat posed by freshwater HABs (i.e., cyanobacteria or […]

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NCCOS a Big Player at 2017 Gulf of Mexico Alliance Meeting

NCCOS scientists and sponsored principal investigators (PIs) joined hundreds of other scientists and managers interested in the ecology and sustainability of the Gulf of Mexico at the Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA) 2017 All Hands Meeting in Houston, Texas, in late March. With research spanning decades, NCCOS supports a robust research portfolio in the Gulf […]

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NCCOS Judges Underwater Robotics Competition for Middle and High School Students

NCCOS researchers served as judges of the 2017 Charleston Regional SeaPerch Challenge held in Charleston, South Carolina. The event provides middle and high school students with the opportunity to learn about science, engineering, technology, and mathematics (STEM) while building an underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) as part of a science and engineering technology curriculum. The competition […]

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