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NCCOS Researchers to Assist Washington State in Ma...

NCCOS scientists traveled to Washington State May 13-17 to support marine planning along the outer Pacific coast. NCCOS is helping inventory and assess key seafloor, groundfish, seabird and marine mammal ...
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Zooplankton Show Ability to Adapt to Stress of Sta...

NCCOS sponsored research on zooplankton response to Harmful Algal Blooms has also yielded information on how zooplankton respond to climate change and environmental stress. Zooplankton play a central role in ...
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NOS and NMFS Help Connecticut Improve its Shellfis...

On May 16-17, researchers from the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science and National Marine Fisheries Service met with partners from Connecticut Sea Grant, the University of Connecticut, and the ...
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Congressional Offices Interested in Long Island So...

Staff from the Connecticut Congressional delegation requested a visit from NOAA researchers from the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) to discuss recent seafloor mapping efforts and how they ...
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Algal Bloom Species with Two Deadly Toxins Could D...

When tiny aquatic organisms reproduce in large amounts, algal blooms occur that take over portions of open water up to hundreds of miles in area. And when these oceanic plankton ...
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Researchers discover that red tide species is dead...

A University of Connecticut researcher and his team have discovered that a species of tiny aquatic organism prominent in harmful algal blooms sometimes called "red tide" is even deadlier than ...
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Nutrient pollution: Blooming horrible | The Econom...

SOUTH-EAST of New Orleans, where the Mississippi empties into the Gulf of Mexico, the North American land mass does not end so much as gently give up. Land subsides to ...
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New England Red Tide's Defenses Influence Bloom Du...

In a new paper, researchers funded by the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science discovered that the New England red tide species called Alexandrium releases a variety of compounds to ...
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When Life Gives You Invasive Species, Make Sushi -...

Sushi chef Bun Lai has a taste for the beach. He grew up exploring the craggy shore and rocky isles of coastal Connecticut, a passion he's carried with him into ...
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NOAA Assists Connecticut and New York with Critica...

The States of Connecticut and New York invited two NOAA program offices to discuss sea-floor mapping of Long Island Sound on January 11-12, 2011. Long Island Sound is a critical ...
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