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AquaSpace: An Ecosystem Approach to Making Space f...

NCCOS joined a recently approved project 'AquaSpace - Ecosystem Approach to making Space for Sustainable Aquaculture,' as part of the European Commission research topic 'Optimizing space availability for European Aquaculture.' ...
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Reducing the Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone Using Operat...

A recently released white paper assesses the status of several empirical and deterministic models capable of characterizing Gulf hypoxia, also known as the Gulf dead zone. ' Modeling Approaches for ...
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Pulley Ridge Corals Show Potential Signs of Recove...

An NCCOS-funded study has produced a detailed characterization of the deep (60–80 meters), mesophotic reefs and fish populations of Pulley Ridge, located off the southwest coast of Florida. While the ...
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NCCOS Works to Track and Eliminate Freshwater Alga...

A new study has documented the fate of microcystins - the most common of the freshwater blue-green algae toxins - and the challenges for monitoring them.The study is part of ...
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Invasive Lionfish Web Portal Supports Community Ma...

Lionfish are native to the Indo-Pacific, but are now established along the southeast coast of the U.S., the Caribbean, and in parts of the Gulf of Mexico. Credit: NOAA. The ...
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NOAA Estimates Nitrogen Removal Rates from Shellfi...

Excessive nutrient input into estuarine and coastal environments, also known as eutrophication, can lead to algal blooms, oxygen depletion, fish kills, and a general loss of key habitats. New research ...
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U.S. Department of Transportation Updates Coastal ...

Modeling concepts developed by the NCCOS sponsored Gulf of Mexico Ecological Effects of Sea Level Rise (EESLR) project are being used by the U. S. Department of Transportation (DOT) as ...
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Oyster Gardening Improves Water Quality, Featured ...

Theinnovative "Maryland Grows Oysters" program, designed to use oyster restoration for improvement of water quality in Chesapeake Bay, was featured in aNational Geographic video released on October 9. The project ...
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Hypoxia Task Force Makes Progress to Reduce Runoff...

The Mississippi River Gulf of Mexico Watershed Nutrient Task Force ('Hypoxia Task Force') works to reduce and control hypoxia, or the dead zone, in the Gulf of Mexico. At the ...
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NCCOS Shares Toxin Detection Technology with Centr...

Regulatory scientists from Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama and Venezuela completed two weeks of formal training for toxin detection using methodologies developed by NCCOS ...
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