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Economic Analysis of Shoreline Treatment Options f...

Coastal communities in New Hampshire are experiencing an increase in significant weather events, such as flooding and erosion, due to sea level rise and climate change. To reduce the impacts ...

Estimating the Economic Burden of Vibrio parahaemo...

Illnesses caused by Vibrio parahaemolyticus are an economic burden to the oyster industry. We’re estimating the economic burden in the oyster production chain in Washington State. Results will: help contextualize ...

Evaluating Socioeconomic Indicators of Coastal Com...

Waterway in Cocodrie, Louisiana, a fishing, shrimping, and crabbing community in Terrebonne Parish. Credit: Seann Regan, NOAA. The project team will analyze socioeconomic data in and around working waterfronts in ...

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Indicators for Tracking Impact of Offshore Aquacul...

Figure 1. Socioeconomic indicators for tracking the impact of Aquaculture Opportunity Areas in the Gulf of Mexico Effective and equitable planning for implementing Aquaculture Opportunity Areas (AOAs) will require consideration ...

StoryMap Highlights Climate Adaptation Responses o...

Homes on New Hampshire’s seacoast protected by a seawall. Credit: Heidi Duncan, 2016 Rising Tides Coastal Adaptation Workgroup Photo Contest, People's Choice Award. NCCOS scientists have published a story map ...

Scientists Use Land Use, Demographics Data to Mode...

The NOAA National Status and Trends Program (NST) monitors and characterizes the nation’s coastal waters at risk of contamination by anthropogenic inputs. NCCOS social scientists further characterize and model relationships ...

Cooperative Oxford Lab Conducts Environmental Heal...

NCCOS Safety Officer Ron Gagnon looks on as Amy Freitag of NCCOS COL uses a fire extinguisher to put out a practice fire during Safety Training at Cooperative Oxford Laboratory ...

NCCOS Helps Maryland Sea Grant Address Aquaculture...

Dr. Suzanne Bricker at Bogles Wharf in Eastern Neck Wildlife Refuge (Rock Hall, MD) awaiting boat transport to oyster farm. Credit: NOAA. NCCOS scientists, Suzanne Bricker and Amy Freitag, participated ...

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