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Histological Techniques for Marine Bivalve Mollusk...

To best manage marine resources such as bivalve mollusks (i.e., clams, oysters) and crustaceans (i.e., crabs), scientists must have access to the tools needed to study the health of these ...
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New Story Map Highlights NCCOS Sustainable Oyster ...

Oyster farmer Al Smeilus provides information on oyster planting to researcher Dr. Beth Darrow and students Jessica Kinsella and Jessica Carlton on his farm in Masonboro Island NERR North Carolina ...
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Climate-induced Wind Upwelling Could Further Acidi...

A NCCOS and NOAA Ocean Acidification Program sponsored study investigated how physical properties such as winds, tides, and currents impact estuarine acidification and carbonate chemistry in the Chesapeake Bay estuary, ...
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Consequences of a 'Forever Chemical' Exposure on E...

A research collaboration between NCCOS scientists and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has documented the negative effects of perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) on the health of the Eastern ...
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New Technique Shows Oyster Shell Seeding is Possib...

The calcein fluorescent dye "tag" is shown here, glowing under special light. Credit: Jason Spires, NCCOS Traditional oyster restoration strategies involve seeding oyster shells with lab-harvested oyster larvae in enclosed ...
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Maryland DNR and NCCOS Cooperative Oxford Lab Host...

DNR Secretary Haddaway-Riccio, in-district legislative staff, and other local leaders pose for a photograph at the Cooperative Oxford Lab, Oxford, MD. Back row (l to r): Brian Richardson; James McKitrick; ...
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Ocean Acidification Effects on the Eastern Oyster,...

This project evaluates effects of ocean acidification on three bivalve species of economic importance the eastern oyster, surf clams, and sea scallops. Through laboratory experiments and models, we will assess ...
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