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Mussel Watch Data Presented at Great Lakes Mercury...

On May 30-31, NOAA Mussel Watch program data, collected by the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, was presented at 'Mercury in the Great Lakes,' a workshop organized by U.S ...

Study Updates Knowledge on Species Destined for U....

A new analysis of importation records reveals that the U.S. marine aquarium trade brings in more species than previously estimated, but, due to errors on the forms, over counts the ...

East Hampton News - East Hampton Wary As Red Tide ...

As shellfish harvesting in parts of Southampton Town has been shut down by the eastward spread of the toxic 'red tide' algae bloom, East Hampton officials have watched anxiously for ...

NCCOS and International Joint Commission Scientist...

NCCOS scientists met with Victor Serveiss, Environmental Advisor to the International Joint Commission (IJC), toput the finishing touches on a Mussel Watch contribution to the next iteration of the Great ...

Complex Control of Cyanobacterial Blooms in Lake E...

Cyanobacteria (also known as blue-green algae) are on the rise in the U.S. and worldwide, becoming a serious threat to freshwater resources and public health because of their toxins and ...

Lake Erie's 'Backwards' Circulation Explained

Researchers have discovered that during the summer, Lake Erie circulates in an opposite direction than other lakes in the Northern Hemisphere. Instead of currents rotating in a counter-clockwise ('cyclonic') direction ...

Symposium Offers Opportunity for Government Offici...

On Friday April 13, 2012, on the Stony Brook-Southampton campus of Stony Brook University, NCCOS sponsored scientist Dr. Christopher J. Gobler of Stony Brook University hosted the ninth annual Stony Brook ...

NOAA-Sponsored Researchers Headline United Nations...

Research results on the causes and impacts of the Gulf of Mexico hypoxic, or 'dead' zone, were featured during a panel discussion on Ocean Hypoxia held in conjunction with the ...

Early Onset of Harmful Algal Bloom Leads to Long I...

Selected inlet-estuary areas on eastern Long Island have been placed under temporary emergency shellfish closures by the State of New York. On April 5, 2012, New York announced the earliest-ever ...

NCCOS Scientists Brief New York Stakeholders on Ro...

The New York Department of Environmental Conservation recently hosted a meeting in Albany, NYthat brought together potential federal partners to discuss NY's Great Lakes current efforts and waysforward to remove ...

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