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Tour America's Coastal Aquaculture on MarineCadast...

NOAA's Office for Coastal Management and National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science have produced the first edition of the national coastal ocean aquaculture geospatial data layer. This project compiles current ...
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NCCOS Shares Ecosystem Services Project Results wi...

At this month's NOAA Social Sciences Committee meeting, Dr. Suzanne Bricker (NCCOS) highlighted a recent project on quantification and valuation of the nutrient removal capability of cultivated oysters in Long ...
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Harmful Algal Bloom Action Plan Developed for Long...

A public symposium and expert workshop was held on Long Island, NY, May 17-18, 2016with the goal of developinga harmful algal bloom (HAB) action plan for Suffolk County. Three NCCOS-funded ...
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Models Highlight Benefits of Aquaculture in Long I...

Shellfish bioextraction has the potential to improve water quality and boost the economy NOAA scientists are studying the effectiveness of shellfish aquaculture for nutrient removal around the Long Island Sound ...
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Annual Lecture Informs Long Island Citizens of Wat...

Populations of bay scallops have declined in Long Island's coastal bays. Credit: NOAA. Over the last century, Long Island coastal bays, once home to some of the nation's most productive ...
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NOAA's NCCOS Communicates Aspects of Aquaculture t...

Scientists from NCCOS joined with national and international partners for one week of a five-week course to teach students about aquaculture during the Marine Conservation Summer Institute at the Duke ...
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Getting the Word Out: Sharing the Benefits of Shel...

Different aspects of shellfish aquaculture science were recently shared on three separate occasions with regional groups that varied from industry partners to regional growers to high school students. These presentations ...
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Water Quality Improvements Through Shellfish Aquac...

A recent presentation highlighted a new NCCOS modeling study in Long Island Sound (LIS) and Great Bay Piscataqua Regional Estuaries (GBP) that focused on the water quality benefits of shellfish ...
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NOAA Estimates Nitrogen Removal Rates from Shellfi...

Excessive nutrient input into estuarine and coastal environments, also known as eutrophication, can lead to algal blooms, oxygen depletion, fish kills, and a general loss of key habitats. New research ...
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Coastal Ocean Acidification: The Other Eutrophicat...

Northeast U.S. coastal areas experiencing low oxygen and acidic conditions. (Courtesy C. Gobler, SUNY Stony Brook) Eutrophication, or increased nutrient loading to estuaries, causes algae to bloom and consequently coastal ...
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