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Associate Wins Heinz Award

Dr. Nancy N. Rabalais, long-time NCCOS-sponsored scientist, has been awarded the distinguished Heinz Award for her research and leadership identifying and characterizing the dynamics of the Gulf of Mexico dead ...
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Northwest Oyster Die-offs Show Ocean Acidification...

Standing on the shores of Netarts Bay in Oregon on a sunny fall morning, it's hard to imagine that the fate of the oysters being raised here at the Whiskey ...
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Water Pollution Regulations Underestimate Fish Con...

One fillet of fish a month. That's about how much seafood a Washington State resident eats, according to the assumptions used to set cleanliness standards for the state's abundant rivers, ...
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Shellfish biotoxin detected at unsafe levels for f...

OLYMPIA - State health officials warn that a type of biotoxin never before found in Washington shellfish has been detected in shellfish from the Sequim Bay area. The discovery led ...
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Contributors to National Assessment of Fish Habita...

David Moe Nelson and Ken Buja were part of an interagency NFHAP (National Fish Habitat Assessment Program) team (Michigan State University and NOAA) that recently completed a study published by ...
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Training in Shellfish Toxin Screening Provided to ...

Training on rapid screening tools was provided to the state of Alaska, university scientists, regulators, educators, and shellfish industry leaders. Credit: B. Himmelbloom, University of Alaska Fairbanks. In June 2010, ...
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