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Risk of Shellfish Toxicity Predicted by Temperatur...

A new study shows that water temperature and salinity can indicatethe likelyoccurrenceof toxicAlexandrium blooms (a type of harmful algae) in the U. S. Pacific Northwest. As shellfish become contaminated with ...
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2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting Showcases NCCOS Resear...

The 2016 Ocean Sciences Meeting this past winter featured the research of NCCOS scientists and sponsored principal investigators. Topics included ocean acidification, hypoxia, blue carbon, and harmful algal blooms. NCCOS ...
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NOAA’s NCCOS Communicates Aspects of Aquacul...

Scientists from NCCOS joined with national and international partners for one week of a five-week course to teach students about aquaculture during the Marine Conservation Summer Institute at the Duke ...
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Puget Sound Water Quality Review Highlights NCCOS ...

The Puget Sound Ecosystem Monitoring Program released the 4th annual report on marine water conditions in Puget Sound for 2014 on September 9, 2015. The report, ' Puget Sound Marine ...
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NCCOS Prepares Toxin Sensor for Deployment in Puge...

NCCOS scientist, Tina Mikulski,completed critical calibration of the domoic acid (DA) toxin sensor on an Environmental Sample Processor (ESP) platform located at NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center (NWFSC) in Seattle, ...
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NCCOS Trains Washington State Scientists in Improv...

NCCOS Biogeography scientist, Will Sautter, at the controls of an acoustic survey lab on the NOAA Ship Bell M. Shimada. Sautter provided demonstrations and technical expertise to Washington State Department ...
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Harmful Algal Cyst Mapping in Washington Shows 10-...

An unprecedented bloom of the harmful algaAlexandrium occurred during Fall 2014 in Quilcene Bay, Hood Canal, Puget Sound, WA; the outbreak contaminated shellfish with potent biotoxins that can cause paralytic ...
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Puget Sound Harmful Algal Blooms Linked to Seasona...

In order to predict blooms and prevent undue economic loss of commercial shellfish in Puget Sound, NCCOS has sponsored research investigating the seasonal patterns and mechanisms of bloom formation of ...
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NCCOS, Partners Improve Aquaculture Siting and Pro...

NCCOS and partners areusing computer modeling to determine the carrying capacity for shellfish aquaculture - and the related potential fornutrient removal - in South Puget Sound. The team's methodologies and ...
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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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