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Hand-held Sensor for Domoic Acid Poisoning of Mari...

The algal toxin domoic acid (DA) poisons hundreds of marine mammals each year. Presently, first responders do not have access to sensors capable of rapidly and accurately monitoring DA for ...

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NCCOS Provides Harmful Algal Bloom Training at Coa...

NCCOS’s Jen Maucher Fuquay leads the harmful algal bloom training at Coastal Carolina University, January 2023. Credit: NOAA. Last month, staff from NCCOS’s Phytoplankton Monitoring Network led a training at ...

Southeast Alaska Tribes Trained to Detect Harmful ...

Southeast Alaska tribal members participating in HAB workshop. NCCOS’s Phytoplankton Monitoring Network trained over 40 environmental tribal personnel from Southeast Alaska in toxic phytoplankton sampling and identification. This workshop took ...

NCCOS’ PMN Spanish Language Translation Used in In...

Innoceana, an international NGO based in Los Angeles with sites in Costa Rica, Spain and Thailand, partnered with the Phytoplankton Monitoring Network (PMN) to include phytoplankton sampling in their existing ...

New Virtual Workshop Expands Tribal HAB Sampling t...

Thomas Farrugia of AOOS demonstrating the digital microscope to be used by participants. NCCOS scientists from the Phytoplankton Monitoring Network (PMN), in collaboration with the Alaska Ocean Observing System and ...

Workshop Empowers Southcentral Tribal Communities ...

NCCOS, Ocean and Earth Environmental Services, and the Chugach Regional Resources Commission (CRRC) have initiated their Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with a two day training workshop at the ...

Enabled by NCCOS Response and Training, SC Respond...

Left: Visible Aphanizomenon bloom from Goose Creek Reservoir. Right: NCCOS scientist Steve Morton collects samples. Credit Karen Morton. A blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) bloom was detected in a reservoir used as ...

Virtual Workshop Empowers Arctic Tribal Communitie...

NCCOS scientists, in collaboration with Ocean and Earth Environmental Services, conducted a virtual workshop in January to introduce members of the Norton Sound Health Corporation (NSHC) to methods and techniques ...

Southeast Alaska Tribes Trained Virtually to Detec...

NCCOS’s Phytoplankton Monitoring Network trained over 30 environmental tribal personnel from Southeast Alaska and Kodiak Island in toxic phytoplankton sampling and identification. The training took part during the 8th Annual ...

NCCOS Research Featured in EPA Harmful Algal Bloom...

Southwestern states and Pacific Islands are experiencing increasing occurrences of harmful algal blooms in both coastal ocean and freshwater bodies. Recently the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in collaboration with ...

NOAA Provides Harmful Algae Identification Trainin...

Effective monitoring and management of harmful algal blooms (HABs) relies on accurate and timely identification of the species involved. Phytoplankton responsible for HABs varies dramatically in size, shape, pigmentation, toxins, ...

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About PMN

Meet the Team Our Goals More About the Project Jennifer Maucher, Steve Morton, Elisabeth LabanMonitor & MaintainMonitor and maintain an extended survey area along coastal waters throughout the yearList of ...

Phytoplankton Monitoring Network (PMN)

Better Understanding of Harmful Algal Blooms Through Volunteer MonitoringSubmit DataExplore Data The National Phytoplankton Monitoring Network (PMN) is a community-based network of volunteers monitoring marine phytoplankton and harmful algal blooms ...

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