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Oct
29

Seafood Month Webinar Series: Developing a Taste for Local and Sustainable Seafood in Hawai‘i

| 4 p.m. HST

Educators, community partners, and NOAA Fisheries come together for an interactive webinar series during Seafood Month 2020. Join the conversation about sustainable seafood and share your seafood stories throughout the month in a crowdsourced StoryMap.

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Dec
04

16th Flatfish Biology Conference

| 8:00 AM

Convened by NOAA Fisheries and first held in 1986, the Flatfish Biology Conference provides an opportunity for researchers who study flatfish to come together to present their findings.

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Oct
10

17th Annual Ocean Fun Days

| Online

Celebrating 17 years of ocean discovery, coastal stewardship, and energy conservation – this time with a virtual twist.

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Sep
15

2018 Belugas Count!

| Viewing Stations 10 a.m.-1 p.m.; Beluga Festival 1-5 p.m.

NOAA Fisheries and partners invite the public to help count Cook Inlet beluga whales in the greater Anchorage area.

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Apr
27

2019 Plymouth Herring Run Festival

| 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

This spring event celebrates the annual herring migration from the ocean to Billington Sea up the recently restored Town Brook.

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Aug
10

2019 Woods Hole Science Stroll

Family Science Day in the Heart of a Ocean Science Village

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Mar
26

2019 Workshop for Middle School Science Teachers

| 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m.

One day teacher workshop, hosted by NOAA Fisheries Pacific Islands Region and the Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research.

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Sep
19

2020 Belugas Count!

| Canceled

4th Annual Cook Inlet Belugas Count! event canceled.

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Oct
05

2021 Alaska Fisheries Science Center Groundfish Seminar Series - Bianca Prohaska

| 10:00 am Pacific Time

Stress physiology in the smalltooth sawfish: Effects of ontogeny, capture method, and habitat loss.

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Oct
19

2021 Alaska Fisheries Science Center Groundfish Seminar Series - Caroline Senay

| 10:00 am Pacific Time

Filling science gaps in response to an unprecedented increase in redfish (Sebastes mentella and S. fasciatus) biomass in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

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