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“An Era of Surprises”: Studying Climate Change and Salmon with Nate Mantua

NOAA Fisheries scientist Nate Mantua discusses why he started studying salmon as well as how climate change and anchovies are threatening salmon on the West Coast.
April 17, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Nate Mantua off the coast of Sonoma County on a charter boat that is part of the cooperative salmon sampling program. Nate Mantua off the coast of Sonoma County on the New Sea Angler, a charter boat based in Bodega Bay that is part of the cooperative salmon sampling program. Photo courtesy of Nate Mantua.

“Climate Change at the Water’s Edge”: Understanding Impacts of Black Mangroves on Juvenile Shrimp

Climate change is transforming estuaries along the Gulf Coast. Learn how these changes may impact shrimp populations with two NOAA Fisheries shrimp experts.
April 17, 2022 - Feature Story ,
A photo of Jennifer Doerr and Jennifer Leo in the Galveston Laboratory alongside Dr. Spinrad A photo of Jennifer Doerr and Jennifer Leo in the Galveston Laboratory alongside NOAA Administrator Dr. Richard Spinrad. Credit: Keeley Belva/NOAA Fisheries

Sustainable Seafood: An Interview with Janet Coit, NOAA Fisheries Assistant Administrator

Hear Janet Coit's thoughts on a number of major themes and how they relate to our role in ensuring sustainable seafood, including the pandemic, climate change, working waterfronts, and more.
April 11, 2022 - Podcast ,
Dr. Richard Spinrad, NOAA Administrator, Dick Jones of Blue Ocean Mariculture, and Janet Coit, NOAA Fisheries Assistant Administrator at Seafood Expo North America in March 2022 NOAA Administrator, Dr. Richard Spinrad, Dick Jones of Blue Ocean Mariculture, and NOAA Fisheries Assistant Administrator, Janet Coit, at Seafood Expo North America in March 2022. Credit: NOAA Fisheries.

NOAA Researchers Study Coral Reef Biodiversity Along Hawai'i Coast

Researchers use environmental DNA to identify the species that inhabit the coral reefs around the island of Hawai'i.
April 05, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Image of NOAA ship on the water NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette. Credit: NOAA Office of Marine and Aviation Operations.

Changing Oceanographic Conditions And Environmental Justice Concerns In The Northeast Shelf

The latest State of the Ecosystem Reports highlight fishing communities with environmental justice concerns and potential risks to fishery management from proposed offshore wind energy development.
April 05, 2022 - Feature Story ,
 An image of a fishing boat in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary

Seafloor Mapping and Coral Reef Assessment in the Mariana Archipelago

The NOAA Ship Rainier departs Honolulu on a mission to measure water depths and gather information on corals, fish, and changing ocean conditions.
March 28, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Rainier in Honolulu The NOAA Ship Rainier, alongside the pier in Honolulu, will carry scientists to the Mariana Archipelago this spring and summer. Credit: NOAA Fisheries.

Market Squid Multiply in Warming Alaska Waters

The species that supports California’s most valuable commercial fishery may be moving north into subarctic seas.
January 31, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Market squid at NOAA Fisheries Little Port Walter Research Station, Southeast Alaska Market squid at NOAA Fisheries Little Port Walter Research Station, Southeast Alaska. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/John Eiler

Past Fishing and Development Makes California Salmon More Vulnerable To Climate Change

Restoration can help diversify salmon habitat and may stabilize fishing opportunities against climate shocks.
January 26, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Salmon