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Harmful Algal Bloom Operational Forecast System in...

It was October 31, 1987 - HalloweenDay in the U.S. It seemed to be an otherwise ordinary day, but people on the beaches near Beaufort, North Carolina,were experiencing out of ...

NOAA Awards Grant to Develop a Biofilter to Remove...

NOAA has awarded a team of scientists $182,982 for the first year of an anticipated four-year $703,777 project for research that could lead to an instrument, called a biofilter, that ...

Project Validates Watershed Model Utility for Mana...

Accurate determination of runoff into the Great Lakes is important for managing and controlling the low oxygen conditions (hypoxia) and harmful algal blooms (HABs). Scientists supported through NCCOS have tested ...

West Lake Erie again fighting bloom of algae - Tol...

One of the greatest summertime headaches for western Lake Erie boaters and municipal water-treatment operators is back in full force. A huge bloom of potentially toxic microcystis algae, which has ...

Invasive Asian Carp Movements Tracked Using 'eDNA'

Asian carp are infiltrating major American waterways with the potential to greatly alter entire freshwater ecosystems. Where are they going? A National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science-sponsored scientist--Dr. David Lodge ...

Toxin Lab Helps Ohio Agencies Respond to Toxic Fre...

The National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science helped establish one of the few labs in the country that can analyze samples for the full spectrum of toxins produced by cyanobacterial ...

Study Finds Lake Erie Hypoxic Zone Doesn't Affect ...

Researchers supported through the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science's Ecological Forecasting Program (ECOFORE) have been studying hypoxia in Lake Erie since 2006. In recent findings, researchers at Purdue University ...


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