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Why Do Some Jellyfish Bloom? A New Theory Emerges

Jellyfish at Pearl and Hermes Atoll, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument. Credit: Greg McFall. The authors of a study partially funded by NCCOS theorize that the recent global increase in jellyfish blooms ...
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Recreational Water Pathogen Detection Workshops Bu...

The North Carolina Biotechnology Center funded NOAA and academic researchers to develop a training facility for public health officials and resource managers in advanced molecular methods to detect pathogens and ...
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Project Finds Fish Prefer Natural Shorelines

The U.S. benefits from a wealth of resources and activities that depend on healthy coastal habitats. However, these habitats are being degraded by extensive hardening of shorelines due to climate-driven ...
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Russell Callender selected as the new director: An...

I am delighted to announce that Russell Callender, Ph.D., has accepted the position as director of the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS). Since August 2009, Dr. Callender has ...
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Extreme Weather: A Mixed Bag for Dead Zones | WRI ...

This post was co-authored with Bob Diaz, a WRI partner and professor at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. This year's extreme weather events - a warm winter, even warmer ...
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Offshore wind farms will be encouraged in tracts a...

The federal government is poised to auction to wind farm developers 2,434 square miles of the continental shelf in the Atlantic Ocean, which would allow wind farms to sprout 10 ...
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Hardening of Shorelines in the Mid-Atlantic Focus ...

Management agencies are struggling to balance the pressures of coastal development with theconservation and protection of the coastal environment. Representatives of several managementgroups convened on February 29 to review progress ...
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Study Shows Smaller Late Summer Dead Zone in the C...

Sixty years of monitoring data analyzed by scientists sponsored by the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science has revealed a smaller dead zone in late summer in the Chesapeake Bay ...
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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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