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Sediment and Algae Color the Great Lakes : Image o...

NASA image courtesy Jeff Schmaltz, MODIS Rapid Response Team at NASA GSFC. The brilliant streaks of blue and green that color the Great Lakes in this image are a contradiction ...

Exploring New Ways to Communicate Scientific Resul...

Online social media tools have revolutionized communications. Facebook, You Tube, and Twitter are now commonplace in the private sector and increasingly being used by the federal government. These social media ...

Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone Forecast Predicts Record ...

Due to extreme flooding of the Mississippi River this spring the Gulf of Mexico's hypoxic zone is predicted to be larger than average this year, possibly the largest on record ...

2011 Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Forecast

2011 Gulf Hypoxia in Brief Forecast: 8,500 - 9,421 square miles June: Preliminary survey cruise July: Release of updated forecast August 1: Preliminary press release date for measured size In ...

Contributors to National Assessment of Fish Habita...

David Moe Nelson and Ken Buja were part of an interagency NFHAP (National Fish Habitat Assessment Program) team (Michigan State University and NOAA) that recently completed a study published by ...

More Data Not Always Better For Hypoxia Models

Increasing use of ecological models for management and policy requires robust evaluation of model precision, accuracy, and sensitivity to ecosystem change. For coastal hypoxia, models are used to explore the ...

Workshop Provides Recommendations on Great Lakes F...

On December 9-10, 2010, NOAA's National Centers for Coastal Ocean Scienceled a pivotal workshop aimed at developing a long-term framework for collaboration and coordination of ecosystem modeling and forecasting activities ...


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