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NOAA, USGS Identify Programs for Environmental Mon...

Cover of the 2019 report, Inventory of Existing Habitat and Water Quality Monitoring, and Mapping Metadata for Gulf of Mexico Programs. Credit NOAA and USGS. In a report published this ...
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NOAA Forecasts Very Large ‘Dead Zone’ for Gulf of ...

NCCOS scientists are forecasting this summer’s Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone or "dead zone"—an area of low to no oxygen that can kill fish and other marine life—will be approximately ...
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NOAA’s NCCOS Charleston Labs Host Senator Jerry Mo...

Senator Jerry Moran (top row, left) and Dr. Neil Jacobs (top row, 3rd from left) with Hollings Marine Lab Science Board in front of the HML, Charleston, SC. Credit NOAA ...
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NCCOS and NGI Lead Seventh Annual Hypoxia Research...

NCCOS is working with the Northern Gulf Institute (NGI) and Gulf of Mexico State partners to develop a robust and sustainable Gulf of Mexico-wide monitoring program for hypoxia. At the ...
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Modeling Coastal Hypoxia: NCCOS Sponsored Research...

A new book highlights NCCOS sponsored hypoxia modeling. It contains original research on numerical simulations of the patterns, controls, and effects of dissolved oxygen dynamics. The book, Modeling Coastal Hypoxia, ...
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Living Shoreline Research featured in Estuaries an...

The journal Estuaries and Coasts highlighted several papers from the NCCOS project “Influence of Shoreline Changes on Chesapeake and Delmarva Bay Ecosystems” in a special virtual issue. Virtual Issues collect ...
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