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NCCOS Scientists Attend ‘Climate Adaptation ...

This summer, a small group of NCCOS scientists completed an interactive training course intended to provide participants with the necessary skills to address climate adaptation planning within their local community ...
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Arctic Estuaries Survey 2015: Blog #3

By Ian Hartwell, Senior Scientist for Aquatic Toxicology, NOAA National Status and Trends Program. The NOAA Ship Ron Brown continues on as the Bering Sea weather takes a stormy turn ...
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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 ...
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Arctic Estuaries Survey 2015: Blog #2

By Ian Hartwell, Senior Scientist for Aquatic Toxicology, NOAA National Status and Trends Program. From left to right: in the front row, Ian Hartwell and Max Hoberg, and in the ...
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NCCOS Hollings Scholar Wins Best Presentation Awar...

Emily Wallingford, a rising senior at the University of Hawaii at Hilo and a 2015 Hollings Scholar at NOAA's Beaufort Laboratory, won the best oral presentation award at the 2015 ...
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The Swiss Army Knife of Missions: Buoys, CHiRP, Dr...

An intern blog by Erika Koontz '17, Washington College. During the third week of July, I set sail on the NOAA ShipNancy Fosterwith scientists from NOAA's Beaufort lab, Coastal Carolina ...
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Arctic Estuaries Survey 2015: Blog #1

By Ian Hartwell, Senior Scientist for Aquatic Toxicology, NOAA National Status and Trends Program. The view flying in over Kodiak, Alaska. Credit: NOAA. Sixteen hours of flights is a loooong ...
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NOAA Hollings Scholars Research Oil Spill Dispersa...

NOAA Hollings Scholars Charlotte Eckmann (University of South Carolina) and Pamela Betancourt (Florida State University) spent their summer at the NCCOS laboratory in Charleston, South Carolina researching the effects of ...
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Hardened Shorelines Make it Hard for Submerged Aqu...

A recent NCCOS-funded study found that shoreline hardening, particularly riprap, has a negative effect on the abundance of submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV).Riprap, which is made up of rocks and boulders ...
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SONAR Data Supports Policy Decision Making in Near...

NCCOS scientists aboard the NOAA ship Nancy Foster provided near real-time mapping data to the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council as they considered designating a new special management zone to ...
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Wind-driven lateral circulation in a stratified estuary and its effects on the along-channel flow

In the stratified rotating estuary of Chesapeake Bay, the Ekman transport drives a counterclockwise lateral circulation under down?estuary winds and a clockwise lateral circulation under up?estuary winds (looking into estuary). The clockwise circulation is about twice as strong as the ...
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Zooplankton community grazing impact on a bloom of Alexandrium fundyense in the Gulf of Maine

Shipboard grazing experiments were conducted in the Gulf of Maine and on Georges Bank during of June 2006 to estimate zooplankton community grazing impact on a natural bloom of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium fundyense. Surface seawater samples containing natural populations ...
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