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Workshop Kicks-off Regional Acoustics Consortium

Scientists and managers will meet on the Florida International University - Biscayne Bay Campus March 13-15 for the inaugural meeting of a new regional consortium for advancing underwater acoustics technologies ...

Increasing atmospheric CO2 and eutrophication comb...

Dissolution of carbon dioxide (CO2) from rising atmospheric CO2 is acidifying ocean water;but a second environmental problem, eutrophication, is having a similar effect in coastal bottomwaters. This occurs because anthropogenic ...

Edges of Gulf Dead Zone Increase Shrimp Harvest (a...

Researchers studying the Gulf of Mexico 'dead zone' have confirmed what fishermen have probably known for a long time - that trawling for shrimp around its edges yield larger catches ...

Associate Wins Heinz Award

Dr. Nancy N. Rabalais, long-time NCCOS-sponsored scientist, has been awarded the distinguished Heinz Award for her research and leadership identifying and characterizing the dynamics of the Gulf of Mexico dead ...

Fish lets out a roar, but may be good to eat - Tid...

While the jumbo Asian tiger shrimp has attracted the lion's share of publicity among invasive marine species in North Carolina in recent weeks, the poisonous lionfish is rightfully growling for ...

Scientists Peer into Alaska's Ocean Depths to Asse...

In an effort to monitor the condition of Alaska's offshore resources, scientists from the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science are sampling the water and seafloor life of the Chukchi ...

Coral Connections Expedition in the Gulf: Collecti...

Scientists aboard the NOAA Research Vessel Nancy Foster will be gathering baseline data on fish populations and seafloor communities of the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary (FGBNMS), in the ...

Joint Hypoxia Task Force/Gulf of Mexico Alliance M...

The hypoxic zone located off the coast of Louisiana and Texas forms each summer and threatens valuable commercial and recreational Gulf fisheries. Seeking solutions to reduce the size of the ...

Large Dead Zone Found in Gulf of Mexico

National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science supported scientists have documented that the 2011 "dead zone"(area of hypoxia, or low oxygen) in the northern Gulf of Mexico west of the Mississippi ...

Cruise Gathers Data to Establish Baseline for Sanc...

This week, researchers from the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science are surveying fish populations in Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary prior to an experimental closure of certain areas ...

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