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Application of Quantitative Molecular Methods to C...

This project supports development for two lab-based quantitative molecular methods for more rapid, accurate detection of Alexandrium catenella resting cysts in sediment from the Gulf of Maine, Puget Sound, and ...


Special Satellite Algorithm Used to Detect Irish H...

NCCOS collaboration with a major Irish public research university and the Irish agency responsible for marine research led to the successful adaptation of a NCCOS employed satellite ocean color processing ...

Scientists Complete Annual Gulf of Maine Sampling ...

Preparing for another station of CTD profiling and sediment coring on NOAA Ship Henry B. Bigelow. Credit: Steve Kibler, NOAA NCCOS. NCCOS scientists and their partners recently completed the annual ...

NCCOS Publishes Findings on 2013 Karenia mikimotoi...

Karenia mikimotoi is a toxic dinoflagellate alga with a cosmopolitan distribution and is a commonly reported red tide species. Blooms of K. mikimotoi have caused large fish and benthic invertebrate ...

Gulf of Maine Cyst Sampling Cruise Sets Stage for ...

A Carib Corer collects bottom sediment samples containing the HAB cysts. The samples are processed onboard and the cysts preserved for counting at a shore-based lab. Credit Mary Rider, NOAA ...


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Harmful Algal Bloom Forecasting Branch Ocean Color Satellite Imagery Processing Guidelines

The Harmful Algal Bloom - Forecasting Branch (HAB-FB) is a research group within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) tasked with forecasting and monitoring HABs. One of the more effective ways to ...

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Florida Satellite Imagery

Harmful Algal Bloom ForecastsThe default base layer in the map below displays an 8-day composite of Chlorophyll Fluorescence products up to 07-11-2024 showing location of algae bloom which may include ...

Gulf of Mexico

Harmful Algal Bloom Forecasts In the Gulf of Mexico, some harmful algal blooms are caused by the microscopic algae species Karenia brevis, commonly called red tide. Karenia brevis blooms can ...

NOAA Internship Opportunities

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