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An Assessment of Fisheries Species to Inform Time-...

Environmental windows or moratoria are used by federal and state regulators in resource management to temporarily reduce adverse environmental impacts associated with coastal development. Seasonal restrictions on construction activities can ...

Ecosystem Based Management: An Analysis of Nationa...

Ecosystem based management (EBM) is a holistic, adaptive approach to developing policies that ensure ecosystem sustainability, food and water security, and improve human health outcomes for future generations. Informed by ...

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NOAA Identifies Florida Pompano as Commercially Re...

A publication co-authored by scientists from NCCOS, NOAA Sea Grant, and four other institutions identifies the Florida pompano as a marine finfish species that will contribute to the expansion of ...

StoryMap Highlights Boat Visitations at Gray’s Ree...

Fishing for red snapper at GRNMS. Credit NOAA ONMS. Information on the number and types of visitors to Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary is needed to inform management decisions. A ...

Human Influences on Beach Loss (and Growth) in Ora...

Beaches are highly dynamic and their shape and size is the product of sediment being transported to the coast by rivers and bluff erosion and then shaped by physical forces ...

NOAA Highlights Dead Zone Science at Hypoxia Task ...

The Mississippi River Gulf of Mexico Watershed Nutrient Task Force, otherwise known as the Hypoxia Task Force (HTF), held a virtual fall meeting from September 30 to October 1, 2020 ...

NCCOS Spatial Science Will Inform National Aquacul...

A presidential Executive Order signed in May 2020, Promoting American Seafood Competitiveness and Economic Growth, establishes NOAA as the lead agency on aquaculture in federal waters, and calls for establishment ...

NCCOS Helps Identify Global Opportunities for Shel...

High (green) to low (red) opportunity marine ecoregions for development of (A) shellfish aquaculture and (B) seaweed aquaculture based on the synthesis of all environmental, socioeconomic, and human health factors ...

Tred Avon River Coastal Ecological Assessment: A S...

Aerial view of Oxford, Maryland. Credit: G. Messick. Story Map on Tred Avon River Coastal Ecological Assessment. The Tred Avon River Story Map highlights the results of an ecosystem assessment ...

NOAA, Partners Launch OceanReports Tool

The OceanReports tool allows users to conduct custom spatial analyses of authoritative ocean data within any area of the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone. Credit: NOAA, BOEM. This week, NOAA and ...

Study Assesses Social Values Related to Offshore W...

Block Island Wind Farm, coastal Rhode Island. Credit: Rhode Island Sea Grant. NCCOS researchers are using survey data to assess the social values and opinions of coastal residents in North ...

NCCOS Joins NOAA Tribal Roundtable for Shinnecock ...

The Great Seal of the Shinnecock Indian Nation. (Credit Shinnecock Indian Nation) NCCOS and NOAA’s North Atlantic Regional Collaboration Team (NART) relayed the relevance of the agency’s work and mission ...

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Maps, Tools & Applications

href="http://planning.hawaii.gov/gis/download-gis-data/" target="_blank">State of Hawaii Office of Planning GIS Data Downloads

GIS data, maps, tools, applications, and resources can be downloaded here. Data on transportation, agriculture, parks, recreation, water supply development, flood control, land use, forest reservations, and other interests can be used for planning.

Aquaculture Application: data layers with regulatory and infrastructure can inform aquaculture planning.

Contributing Partners: State of Hawaii

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