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Study Finds Pollution Low in American Samoa’s Faga...

American Samoa’s coral reefs are some of the most pristine reefs in the United States. They host more than a thousand species of marine life, including some of the oldest ...
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Scientists Explore Mesoamerican Reef’s Deep-sea Co...

The scientists used the Idabel shore-based submersible to explore deepwater sites off Isla de Roatán, Honduras. Credit: Annick McIntosh. An NCCOS-led research team published the first detailed report of living ...
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Researchers Develop Drone-based System to Detect M...

One of the drones tested at North Padre Island, Texas, for the marine debris detection and classification system in development, December 2021. Credit: NOAA. NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean ...
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Kiwanis Club Learns About Chesapeake Bay Oyster Aq...

Oyster growers harvest oysters from Chesapeake Bay. Credit: NOAA. Last week, NCCOS aquaculture researcher Dr. Suzanne Bricker gave the Kiwanis Club of Mt. Airy, Maryland, an overview of how oyster ...
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Researchers Identify Endangered Rice’s Whales' Hab...

In 2021, a NOAA-led study found that Gulf of Mexico Bryde’s whales (pronounced "broodus") are not Bryde’s whales after all, but a new species of baleen whale unique to the ...
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NCCOS Science Supports Designation of New Marine S...

Originally built as the Nancy Dousman in 1832, the schooner Gallinipper is Wisconsin's oldest shipwreck discovered to date. The 95-foot long schooner linked Wisconsin coastal cities with distant markets in ...
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Phytoplankton Monitoring Network: 20 Years of Citi...

The National Phytoplankton Monitoring Network (PMN) is celebrating 20 years of improving harmful algal bloom (HAB) research through its citizen science monitoring efforts. The program has supported a national community-based ...
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Researchers Stop Tissue Loss Disease in Rescued Pi...

Scientists from NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) have successfully treated and rehabilitated diseased pillar coral rescued from the Florida Reef Tract. First detected near Miami in 2014, ...
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Marsh Food Web Research Informs Coastal Land Resto...

With funding from NOAA’s RESTORE Science Program, administered by NCCOS, researchers from Louisiana State University and six other universities are working to understand how Louisiana’s river diversion and marsh creation ...
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'Acidification' Causes Crumbling of Deep-sea Coral...

A new study shows that the waters off the California coast are a natural laboratory for observing the effects of ocean acidification on cold-water coral reefs. California’s ocean waters have ...
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Science Sparks: Communicating science to diverse a...

This internship provides an opportunity for an applicant to work with BOTH a research team and a communications team to develop new products for communicating fisheries and ecosystem science to ...
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Documenting reef fish use of offshore reefs and sh...

We are conducting applied marine ecology and conservation studies investigating how reef fishes use a diversity of reef types located on the southeastern continental shelf of the US. Reefs along ...
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