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ESA Permit Renewal for Black Abalone Captive Research

NOAA Fisheries has renewed a scientific research and enhancement permit (Permit 19571-2R) to the Southwest Fisheries Science Center under the Endangered Species Act, to continue ongoing captive holding, breeding, and laboratory studies on captive black…
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06/29/2022

ESA Field Monitoring Permit Renewal for Black Abalone

NOAA Fisheries has issued a scientific research permit (Permit 18761-2R) to the University of California, Santa Cruz, under the Endangered Species Act. NOAA Fisheries requested public comment on the permit renewal application in July 2020; no public…
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Published
06/29/2022

Genetics, Physiology and Aquaculture in the Pacific

We conduct research across multiple focal areas and species through genetic and physiological tools to provide improved data products for managers and industry.
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Protected Resources App

Displays spatial data for marine and anadromous species listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in the West Coast Region. The core datasets are ESA-listed species’ ranges and critical habitat.
February 05, 2020 - Map ,

Divers Release Endangered Abalone into the Wild for First Time, Boosting Odds of Recovery

Outplanting places hundreds of juvenile abalone into their historic habitat.
November 19, 2019 - Feature Story ,
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Seafood Traceability Program

NOAA Fisheries to establish first-ever traceability program for U.S. aquacultured (farmed) shrimp and abalone.

Not All Heroes Wear Capes

NOAA Fisheries Species in the Spotlight heroes wear waders, bow ties, hard hats, and lab coats—and one even totes around a killer whale skull. The one thing these heroes have in common is a desire to help prevent vulnerable species from becoming extinct.
November 30, 2017 - Feature Story ,
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