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Native Alaskan Tribe Reassured by Shellfish Contam...

National Centers of Coastal Ocean Science's Mussel Watch partnered with the Chugach Tribe of Alaska to evaluate contamination levels in wild shellfish, and results show that those levels appear to ...
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NOAA’s 8th year Mapping the U.S. Caribbean S...

The NOAA Ship Nancy Foster was visited by some high-profile guests including Congresswoman Donna Christensen and several local senators during a seminar hosted by NCCOS. See April 8 mission log ...
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New Pollution Scoring System Helps Identify Top Ta...

New published research by scientists at the National Centers for Coastal Science demonstrates an improved approach for calculating and comparing bioeffects levels in different places. Using a single numerical score, ...
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Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning session at the...

NOAA'sNational Centers for Coastal Ocean Sciencealong with the University of the Virgin Islands and the NOAA Integrated Ocean Observing System organized a day-long session at the American Society of Limnology ...
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National Coral Reef Institute Researchers Increase...

Staghorn Coral Staghorn coral, Acropora cervicornis, a former dominant reef building species in the Caribbean, provides habitat to thousands of invertebrate and fish species. Due to its dramatic decline throughout ...
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Massive California Fish Kill Connected to Hypoxia ...

An NCCOS-administered study at the University of Southern California (USC) found a potential link between harmful algal blooms and hypoxia as the cause of a massive fish kill. On 8 ...
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Toxin Lab Helps Ohio Agencies Respond to Toxic Fre...

TheNational Centers for Coastal Ocean Sciencehelped establish one of the few labs in the country that can analyze samples for the full spectrum of toxins produced by cyanobacterial harmful algal ...
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Genes Reveal Secrets to Preventing Harmful Brown T...

Brown tide, a harmful algal species that annually plagues mid-Atlantic shellfisheries, owes its success to genes that help it thrive in shallow, nutrient-enriched estuaries, according to new findings from a ...
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Common Freshwater Alga Alters Fish Hormones and Ge...

National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science-sponsored scientists have discovered that the common bloom-forming, freshwater harmful alga, Microcystis, produces estrogen-like substances that can alter sex hormones in fish, potentially causing feminization ...
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Experts Evaluate “Indicators of Well-being&#...

Monitoring the well-being of communities that depend on our oceans and coasts can indicate whether environmental conditions are enhancing or degrading quality of life for coastal residents. In the case ...
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