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Marine, NOAA Officials Warn Local Officials on Thr...

It's been almost a year since 150 young harbor seals died unexpectedly and washed up beaches in New Hampshire, southern Maine and northern Massachusetts. The New England Aquarium has taken ...
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NOAA Ocean Acidification Program Finds Supportive ...

NCCOS-funded scientists working under the auspices of the NOAA Ocean Acidification (OA) Program were recently introduced to the internal research community at a special roll-out and open discussion at the ...
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NOAA announces grants to predict ocean acidificati...

As scientists continue to research ways in which the oceans are changing - and what these changes mean for fish populations, three new research projects will receive funding to examine ...
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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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Offshore wind farms will be encouraged in tracts a...

The federal government is poised to auction to wind farm developers 2,434 square miles of the continental shelf in the Atlantic Ocean, which would allow wind farms to sprout 10 ...
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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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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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New Study Shows Complex Variation of Toxicity in T...

A recent study funded by the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science investigated the role of specific phosphorus and nitrogen compounds in determining the amount and composition of Paralytic Shellfish ...
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Robot monitors toxic red tides | Phys.Org

Named for the color the microorganisms give seawater when stimulated by sunlight, red tides are common seasonal phenomena in coastal waters. "There are many different types of red tides depending ...
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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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