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NCCOS Community Well-being Data Now Available

In August, an NCCOS collection of community well-being data for the Gulf of Mexico went live on NOAA's Gulf Data Atlas. The Gulf of Mexico Coastal Community Well-being Data incorporates ...

Origin of Toxic Red Tides in Texas Identified

New modelling research sponsored by NCCOS shows that Texas red tides originate in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico in the Bay of Campeche. These harmful algal blooms, caused by the ...

Perspectives on the Lake Erie HABs - NCCOS Intern ...

MODIS satellite image of 2014 harmful algal bloom in Lake Erie, with high concentration near Toledo, Ohio. Credit: NOAA and NASA. By Kateland Kirk Harmful algal blooms (HABs) in lake ...

Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone Larger than Predicted Aft...

Distribution of bottom-water dissolved oxygen July 28-August 3, 2015 west of the Mississippi River delta. The black line indicates dissolved oxygen levels of less than two miligrams per liter. Credit: ...

NCCOS Hypoxia Forecasts Prove Accurate

For over ten years NCCOS has developed and improved hypoxia (dead zone) forecasts similar to seasonal weather forecasts. The accuracy of these forecasts is proving to be quite good. Professor ...

Investigating Diamondback Terrapin Die-Offs in New...

From late April into May 2015 hundreds of diamondback terrapin turtles ( Malaclemys terrapin) began dying and washing up on beaches in the western part of Long Island, New York ...

NOAA, Partners Predict an Average 'Dead Zone' for ...

Outlook incorporates multiple hypoxia models for first time Scientists are expecting that this year's Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone, also called the 'dead zone,' will be approximately 5,483 square miles ...

Hypoxia Leads to Pathological, but Reversible, Cha...

The NCCOS sponsored project, Modeling Reproductive and Population Impacts of Hypoxia in the Northern Gulf of Mexico, led by the University of Texas at Austin, is investigating the impacts of ...

New Indicator for Gulf of Mexico Toxic Alga Shows ...

NCCOS-sponsored scientists have discovered a simple indicator to predict one type of harmful algal species bloom or outbreak. The first potentially reliable biological indicator for forecasting a harmful algal bloom ...

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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U.S. Shrimp Market Integration

Recent supply shocks in the Gulf of Mexico—including hurricanes, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and the seasonal appearance of a large dead zone of low oxygen water (hypoxia)—have raised concerns about the economic viability of the U.S. shrimp fishery. The ...

Upregulation of hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF)-1α and HIF-2α mRNA levels in dragonet Callionymus valenciennei exposed to environmental hypoxia in Tokyo Bay

There is an urgent need to develop reliable biomarkers of environmental hypoxia exposure in marine organisms in order to assess the ecological impacts of the marked increase in coastal hypoxia worldwide. Full-length hypoxia-inducible factor HIF-1α and HIF-2α cDNAs were cloned ...

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