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Chesapeake Bay: Healthy Fisheries NOAA Fisheries

WEBHealthy Fisheries. A NOAA scientist measures a fish during research on Maryland's Tred Avon River. As long as humans have lived near the Chesapeake, they have enjoyed …

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Aquaculture Fish Health NOAA Fisheries

WEBDisease events can occur in fish farms because 1) fish are reared at higher densities than nature, increasing contact between fish; 2) infected fish are not removed as promptly …

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Assessing North Atlantic Right Whale Health NOAA Fisheries

WEBThe Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution announces a new scientific review paper on assessing North Atlantic right whale health with several NOAA …

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Long Island Sound Oyster Health NOAA Fisheries

WEBMap of four research sites used in the Long Island Sound oyster health project. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Gillian Phillips. Working with local partners, we are taking a …

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2017–2024 North Atlantic Right Whale Unusual Mortality Event

WEBBeginning in 2017, elevated mortalities in North Atlantic right whales (Eubalaena glacialis) were documented in Canada and the United States and necessitated an Unusual …

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How Habitat Makes Us Happier, Healthier, and More Connected

WEBAdditionally, habitat can help make communities more resilient, which can reduce economic impacts of storms and flooding. Healthy habitat is valuable to us in …

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Coral Health and Threats in the Pacific Islands NOAA Fisheries

WEBAfter an intense El Niño in 2015–2016 led to the longest global coral bleaching event on record, our scientists documented significant coral mortality in the Pacific Remote …

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Sharks, Rays, and Climate Change: Impacts on Habitat, Prey …

WEBClimate change has significant impacts on marine ecosystems, including warmer ocean temperatures, ocean acidification, and increased severity and frequency …

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More Oysters: Good for the Chesapeake Bay, Good for People!

WEBOyster restoration in the Chesapeake Bay benefits both the ecosystem and the economy. Oysters play many important roles in the Chesapeake Bay. They are a …

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Juvenile Pacific Cod Habitat Research NOAA Fisheries

WEBYou have encountered a data logger in one of our study sites. The objective of this research is to increase our understanding of juvenile Pacific cod habitat in coastal …

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Alaska Salmon Research Task Force Completes Science Report

WEBNews Alaska Salmon Research Task Force Completes Science Report. July 12, 2024. Task Force charged with creating a coordinated research strategy for salmon …

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Final Report of the Great Red Snapper Count Released

WEBThe next full, operational assessment for Gulf Red Snapper is scheduled to begin in late 2022 and be completed in 2023. The Great Red Snapper Count will be an …

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Sustainable Seafood: Understanding Sustainable Seafood

WEBYes. U.S. seafood is inherently sustainable due to our robust and dynamic science-based regulatory system. From wild-capture fisheries to farmed fish facilities, the United States …

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Population Assessments NOAA Fisheries

WEBPopulation assessments are a key component of marine resource management. These assessments allow us to evaluate and report the status of managed fisheries, marine …

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EU Export Health Certificates and Legal Harvest Documents

WEBLegal Harvest. (for U.S.-caught product exported directly to the European Union or through another country and on to the European Union) Place a request using the online request …

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Honoring Research Fishery Biologist Dr. Joan Browder

WEBNews Honoring Research Fishery Biologist Dr. Joan Browder. July 05, 2024. As part of the Faces of the Southeast Fisheries Science Center series, we’re honoring …

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Understanding Ocean Acidification NOAA Fisheries

WEBOcean acidification can create conditions that eat away at the minerals used by oysters, clams, lobsters, shrimp, coral reefs, and other marine life to build their shells and …

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Sablefish NOAA Fisheries

WEBCredit: NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center. Sablefish are a deepwater species native to the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. They are a tasty source …

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Pacific Bluefin Tuna NOAA Fisheries

WEBIn 2022, U.S. commercial landings of Pacific bluefin tuna totaled 800,000 pounds and were valued at $2.3 million, according to the NOAA Fisheries commercial …

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Killer Whale NOAA Fisheries

WEBThe killer whale, also known as orca, is the ocean’s top predator. It is the largest member of the Delphinidae family, or dolphins. Members of this family include all …

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About Us NOAA Fisheries

WEBNOAA Fisheries, also known as the National Marine Fisheries Service, is an office of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration within the Department of Commerce. …

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