Mmelouk, CC BY-SA 4.0 Sharm_El_Sheikh_habitat_fish , via Wikimedia Commons

Does Rebuilding an Island Rebuild Fish Habitat?

1/5/2023 - By fisheries.noaa.gov Scientists from the NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office are investigating whether fish are using restored areas at Maryland’s Poplar Island.  Photo: NOAA Fisheries/NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office Scientists at the NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office are monitoring fish at the Paul S. Sarbanes Ecosystem Restoration Project at Poplar Island. They plan to… SEE MORE
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Predicting Winners and Losers in a Warming Arctic

12/20/2022 - By fisheries.noaa.gov Habitat for key prey species may shrink dramatically if climate change continues on its current trajectory, new research shows. [caption id="attachment_44256" align="alignnone" width="553"] NOAA FIsheries, A basket star on the Alaska seafloor. Credit: NOAA Fisheries.[/caption] By the end of this century, Arctic ocean bottom temperatures may be too… SEE MORE
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How are Fisheries and Coral Reefs Connected?

12/13/2022 - By fisheries.noaa.gov Learn how overfishing impacts corals and what you can do to protect these important ecosystems. [caption id="attachment_44190" align="alignnone" width="559"] Parrot Fish, Corinne Fuchs, CC BY-SA 2.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0>, via Wikimedia Commons[/caption] It’s Corals Week! Did you know corals are animals related to jellyfish and anemones? Coral reefs are formed… SEE MORE
Avalon Harbor @ Santa Catalina Island by Jim Luttjohann.

AUGUST 2022 – News from Our Coasts

8/23/2022 - COASTAL NEWS FOR AUGUST Updates from US Harbors In September we celebrate International Coastal Clean Up Day on the 17th by participating in clean up events. All month gatherings will take place on beaches and in other coastal areas all over the world in order to collect debris and help… SEE MORE
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Harmful Effects of Airborne Red Tide in New Study

8/22/2022 - By Stefania Lugli. Researchers from the Roskamp Institute found new evidence suggesting that airborne exposure to red tide could have neurological impacts — especially for those with a previous history of migraine or chronic fatigue syndrome. While respiratory symptoms are well-documented during red tide blooms, neurological symptoms haven't been examined… SEE MORE