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Hydro-Financial Watershed Modeling for Environment...

NCCOS has sponsored a study to determine the fair interest rate and return period for a new type of financial instrument called an Environmental Impact Bond. The study examines feasibility ...
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The Craib Corer: Predicting Harmful Algal Blooms b...

Forecasting harmful algal blooms is a complex endeavor involving a wide range of oceanographic disciplines. NCCOS scientists and sponsored researchers count the number of harmful algal bloom (HAB) resting stages ...
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Environmental Concerns of Modifying Algae for Biof...

As researchers around the world work on better genetic modifications to algae that step up biofuel production, NOAA scientists recentlyconsidered some ecological, economic and health ramifications if these organisms made ...
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Scourge of the Lionfish, Part 4: From Beautiful No...

Over the course of the last week, our 'Saving the Ocean' video crew touched shores and reefs of the Bahamas, Florida and Mexico. Each time we landed on the sea ...
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Lionfish Control in Marine Protected Areas Success...

Lionfish removal efforts in some Mexican protected marine areas are controlling local populations, according to a collaborative study by NOAA and Mexico's National Commission of FederallyProtected Areas (known by its ...
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Research Paper Documents History, Impacts of West ...

A recent research paper presents the state-of-knowledge on harmful algae along the west coast of North America. Along the Pacific coast of North America, from Alaska to Mexico, harmful algal ...
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