High Tide Flood Outlook — June 2024

By US Harbors. Coastal flooding in June predicted for Hawaii and Gulf, but other areas may be spared. The coastal United States is getting a bit of a reprieve from predicted high tide flooding this June, except for a couple of areas on the continental U.S. (see below) and Hawaii’s Big… SEE HARBORS THAT MAY FLOOD

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Maine Tribal Fishermen Lead Eel Restoration Project

6/13/2024

By Paul Molyneaux. On a cool May morning after Maine tribes have harvested their 21 percent of Maine’s 9,688-pound elver quota, Passamaquoddy fisherman Erik Francis empties his fyke nets and pours a little less than two ounces of elvers and glass eels into a bucket. “Both tides are in daylight right now,” he says. “So, they… SEE MORE

Passaic River, New Jersey. Contamination is found in sediment from the Dundee Dam to the mouth of the river, throughout Newark Bay, and other portions of the New York/New Jersey Harbor. (Credit: NOAA)

Restoration for Fish, Wildlife, and Communities Coming to Seven Polluted Waterways

6/10/2024

By oceanservice.noaa.gov. Good news for a new year! In 2023, NOAA and partners helped to recover over $92.8 million from polluters to restore seven waterways in six states following oil spill and industrial pollution incidents. These restoration efforts will benefit fish, wildlife, and disadvantaged communities disproportionately impacted by pollution. NOAA… SEE MORE

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‘Knight in Spiny Armor’: Could Cobsters Help Save Florida’s Dying Corals?

6/5/2024

By Richard Luscombe. A three-year study found that the spiny lobsters’ urine scared off predatory worms and snails who snack on the delicate organisms. An unexpected champion has emerged in the increasingly grave battle to save Florida’s imperiled coral reefs: spiny lobsters that urinate in the water and scare off… SEE MORE

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High Tide Flood Outlook -- June 2024

6/3/2024

By US Harbors. Coastal Flooding Outlook for June 2024 The coastal United States is getting a bit of a reprieve from predicted high tide flooding this June, except for a couple of areas on the continental U.S. (see below) and Hawaii’s Big Island, which is predicted to see likely flooding… SEE MORE

Biologists measure and weigh a juvenile spring-Chinook salmon from Butte Creek. Photo: Jeremy Notch/SWFSC

Tracking Study Seeks Secrets of Some of the Sacramento’s Most Successful Salmon

5/31/2024

By fisheries.noaa.gov. Spring-run Chinook salmon from Butte Creek grow faster and survive better. Researchers are tracking one of the most successful populations of young Chinook salmon on the Sacramento River downstream to the ocean—and you can, too. The researchers want to unravel the details behind the relative success of spring-run… SEE MORE

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