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Have your say on harmful algae in Lake Erie | Wind...

Last year was the worst season of toxic algal blooms in Lake Erie in decades and the International Joint Commission wants to know how much that hurt the economy on ...
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Lake Erie Research Influencing Nutrient Reduction ...

Research supported by the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) will provide the majority of scientific information incorporated into public meetings convened by the International Joint Commission (IJC) in ...
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Mapping Toxic Caribbean Habitats

NCCOS and Carleton University (CU) scientists joined forces to map potentially toxic fishing grounds in the Caribbean by tracking the movement of ciguatoxic fish over an extended period of time ...
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Research Promotes Method to Slow the Spread of Enc...

Colonies of Didemnum vexillum encrusting mussel cages. Okeover Inlet, Malaspina Peninsula, BC, 2003. Photo credit Gordon King (TSF). Dredging channels and cleaning boat hulls or fishing gear in or nearestablished ...
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NCCOS and International Joint Commission Scientist...

NCCOS scientists met with Victor Serveiss, Environmental Advisor to the International Joint Commission (IJC), toput the finishing touches on a Mussel Watch contribution to the next iteration of the Great ...
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Sustainable Aquaculture Strategies Exchanged at In...

Dozens of experts from Scotland, Denmark, Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. convened in Silver Spring on March 20-21 to share insights into marine cage culture's effects on the environment and ...
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Invasive Mussels Linked to Nutrients in Great Lake...

The Great Lakes have multiple stresses acting on them, but offshore and nearshore systems may show different trends in relation to stresses. A new paper by NCCOS-supported researchers links these ...
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Heat, sun could limit red tide closures - State ...

Despite an unexpectedly large algae bloom that shut down clam beds in Down East Maine several weeks ago, the 2011 red tide season has been relatively mild and could end ...
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