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Research Shows Shellfish Metabolism of Red Tide To...

As recent as 2012, Texas was impacted by the longest red tide on record, leading to the collapse of its oyster industry and the Governor to seek disaster assistance from ...
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Spring Floods May Increase This Year's Gulf of Mex...

To develop an earlier prediction of the size of theGulf of Mexico "dead zone" this summer,NOAA's National Weather Service and National Ocean Service combined data from the National Hydrologic Assessment ...
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Recreational Water Pathogen Detection Workshops Bu...

The North Carolina Biotechnology Center funded NOAA and academic researchers to develop a training facility for public health officials and resource managers in advanced molecular methods to detect pathogens and ...
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Mercury Levels in the Gulf of Mexico Quantified in...

On August 29, researchers at the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) published an analysis of NOAA Mussel Watch Program contaminant monitoring data for mercury and methylmercury levels and ...
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Dead Zones, Sea Level, Algae Blooms and Restoratio...

The importance of the Gulf of Mexico to the US economy is significant. The National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science has invested over $66M in public funds for research into ...
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Rise in Asian Tiger Shrimp sightings prompts scien...

The recent rise in sightings of non-native Asian tiger shrimp off the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coasts has government scientists working to determine the cause of the increase ...
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