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NOAA Fisheries NWFSC
We provide the science to protect the living marine resources of the Pacific Northwest, including salmon, groundfish and killer whales. nwfsc.inquiries@noaa.gov
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NOAA's Ocean Service 18h
Today at 1pm EDT kids can virtually explore the rich abundance of marine life that thrive in the magnificent waters of the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary. Register now for the webinar.
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NOAA Fisheries NWFSC Jul 2
Attn students grade 6-8! NOAALive! presents from NOAA Science Camp on July 8, 10-11am with NWFSC's Cathy Laetz for her talk "Swimming in Dirty Water-Pollution and Fish Health." Learn how pollutants and stormwater harm fish, and what you can do to help.
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NOAA Habitat Jul 1
Today we kick off at ! Follow along as we “Reconnect with Habitat” and share our habitat efforts and their many benefits.
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NOAA Habitat Jul 2
Are you getting out in nature and *reconnecting with habitat* this weekend? Join our celebration & share your favorite habitat photo using !
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NOAA Education Jun 30
“Maybe [we can offer] one webinar,” Grace, from thought. “Okay, maybe three...”12 weeks and 35 webinars later, reached 4,900 live participants and almost 18K YouTube views of the recordings! Read on:
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NOAA Fisheries NWFSC Jun 25
What have we learned about ocean acidification over the past 20 years, and how does it affect you? New collaborative paper:
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Scott Doney Jun 25
New synthesis article on ocean acidification & changing seawater chemistry from rising CO2 and the impacts on biological organisms, marine ecosystems, people, fisheries & aquaculture is now available open access from through end of June
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NOAA Fisheries NWFSC Jun 19
New paper: we identified two distinct genetic clusters of lingcod across its range from Alaska to Baja, Mexico, with a strong genetic break near Point Reyes, CA. The results show clear evolutionary units that could help improve management for this ecologically important species.
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NOAA Fisheries NWFSC Jun 19
Interested in how scientists are using genomics to predict responses to environmental change? NWFSC geneticist Mary Kardos is the keynote speaker for the Genomic Forecasting Symposium on June 30, 9-12pm PT. Listen in online (free registration) at:
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NOAA Fisheries NWFSC Jun 16
How does a Southern Resident killer whale find and hunt down Chinook salmon while ranging across more than 15,000 square miles? Dr. Marla Holt explains how orcas hunt. READ more in the blog Southern Resident Connections.
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NOAA Fisheries Jun 15
Join us in celebrating . Take a look at how conserving and protecting sea turtles is a part of our core mission:
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NOAA Fisheries NWFSC Jun 12
Research wildlife biologist Marla Holt and her team record the sounds and movements of Southern Resident killer whales to learn more about how the whales hunt and the impacts of noise. READ MORE:
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NOAA Fisheries NWFSC Jun 11
June is ! Learn about our first-ever study to quantify contaminant transfer from mothers to their calves during both gestation and lactation for any dolphin or whale species. READ more:
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NOAA Fisheries NWFSC Jun 11
In 2018, and partners documented 105 confirmed entanglements of large whales along the coast of the United States, with 92 cases involving live animals. The West Coast region in particular experienced a near-record number of entanglements. READ the new national report:
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NOAA Research Jun 11
Congratulations to former NOAA Administrator Kathy Sullivan on this amazing accomplishment! 👏
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NOAAFish_WCRO Jun 11
Disturbing Beach Wildlife Risks Their Lives! NOAA Fisheries Enforcement Officer rescues a young harbor seal from a private vehicle. Read the full story and remember to
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NOAA Fisheries Jun 8
New technology is changing the way we study fish. NOAA scientists tested drones to see if they can remotely monitor the behavior and body conditions of elusive Atlantic bluefin tuna. Learn more about this research:
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NOAA Education Jun 4
Our partner, the , is hosting a live-stream celebration you don’t want to miss! Tune in online on June 8 starting at 1 pm PDT for discussion and films on the ocean we love and depend on:
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NOAA Fisheries Jun 5
June 5 marks International Day for the Fight Against IUU Fishing. Every day, the United States and our partners across the world work together to decrease illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing and seafood fraud:
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NOAA Fisheries NWFSC Jun 5
World Ocean Day is June 8! NOAA Marine Debris Program's Peter Murphy, composer Geoffrey Hudson, and environmentalist Bill McKibben will discuss climate change & ocean conservation featured in the new musical piece "A Passion for the Planet." RSVP:
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