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A Marine Biogeographic Assessment of the Northwest...

We conducted a biogeographic assessment of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, the second largest marine protected area in the world. The effort was the most comprehensive view of the area’s oceanography, ...
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Complex Interactions Between Harmful Phytoplankton...

We identified how nutrients and exotic zebra mussels interact to promote harmful algal blooms (HABs) in the Great Lakes. Results show the relationship between nutrient loading, herbivore grazing, and HABs ...
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Development of a water clarity index and leading c...

We are developing a water clarity index and climate indicator for the Great Lakes using satellite technology and weather patterns. The water clarity index will inform on the physical/biological drivers ...
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Lionfish Control in the National Marine Sanctuarie...

The invasive lionfish is one of the most dominant top predators of reef communities in the temperate and tropical Atlantic Ocean. Lionfish are reducing native reef fish and marine invertebrate ...
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Protecting Local Species with Better Detection Met...

We reviewed strategies for detecting invasive species, such as snowflake coral and hookweed, in deep- water habitats of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands and developed protocols for an invasive species field ...
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NOAA Internship Opportunities

Data Analysis, Visualization and Computer Modeling...

NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL), located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, conducts innovative research on the physical environments and ecosystems of the Great Lakes. The laboratory consists of three ...
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General, Internships, Michigan, Research

Coastal Ecology Research supporting Ecosystem-Base...

The Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve (Wells NERR) is part of the NOAA NERR system.  We promote research, education and stewardship to support ecosystem-based restoration and management of estuarine and ...
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Internships, Maine, Research

Coastal Ecology Research supporting Ecosystem-Base...

The Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve (Wells NERR) is part of the NOAA NERR system.  We promote research, education and stewardship to support ecosystem-based restoration and management of estuarine and ...
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Maine, Research
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