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First Gulf of Alaska Harmful Algal Bloom Cyst Samp...

The first day of the research cruise consisted of small boat operations to collect sediment samples near-shore in Chiniak Bay. Credit: NOAA. National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) scientists ...

Spatial Modeling Helps BOEM Identify Optimal Areas...

The National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) partnered with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to produce a video describing the process of offshore wind energy development along ...

Flood Control Work Begins at USS North Carolina Ba...

Earlier this month, the USS North Carolina Battleship Memorial hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the Living with Water® project, which will address nuisance flooding at the memorial and preserve visitor ...

First Calculation of Artificial Reef Area in U.S. ...

Understanding the ecological value of artificial reefs will help inform sustainable use of these structures for ocean wildlife and human activities. Credit: J. McCord, CSI. A new peer-reviewed publication in ...

Clay Treatments to Control Red Tide Unlikely to Ha...

Blooms of the toxic marine algae Karenia brevis, commonly known as red tide, occur almost annually on Florida’s west coast, often killing other marine life and costing local economies millions ...

Design, Distribution of Artificial Reef Structures...

NCCOS scientists and their partners found that artificial reef structures with greater horizontal area and vertical relief host more fish than smaller, shorter structures. Also, spatially isolated reef structures tend ...

Study Confirms Effectiveness of Releasing Oyster L...

Update (4/22/2024): This research was featured in the documentary A Passion for Oysters, airing on Wednesday, April 24 at 7:30pm ET during Chesapeake Bay Week.  Crassostrea virginica juveniles and spat ...

Right Plants in Right Places Key to Island Restora...

Natural breakwaters — such as marshes, islands, and oyster reefs — help protect people and property from coastal flooding by damping wave energy and slowing storm surge. Despite these advantages, ...

Aerial Drone Guidelines for Marsh Monitoring Publi...

NCCOS researcher tests Uncrewed Aircraft System at Swan Island in the Chesapeake Bay, August 2021. Credit: NOAA. NCCOS and partners have published guidance on using aerial drones to detect changes ...

Massive Everglades Restoration Project Unlikely to...

NCCOS scientists Matt Kendall (middle left) and Arliss Winship (middle right) quantify trawl catch in southwest Florida with staff from the Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. Credit: Bethany Williams, ...

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