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Podcast: Learn About NOAA Fisheries Surveys

Listen to the first episode of our new podcast, “Dive In with NOAA Fisheries.”
January 11, 2022 - Podcast ,
Diver records information on coral reefs Diver conducts towboard surveys at Midway Atoll. Credit: NOAA Fisheries.

Windows to the Deep 2021: A Firsthand Account

Find out what NOAA scientists discovered when they explored the Blake Plateau during the latest ocean exploration expedition, Windows to the Deep 2021.
December 17, 2021 - Video ,
Big fin squid Big fin squid. Credit: NOAA

Fear of the Unknown, and How the Unknown Becomes Known. You Know?

Autonomous Gliders in the Antarctic

New glider sensors bring new anxiety to this not-so-confident glider pilot, but also reveal a world we wouldn’t otherwise see.
November 23, 2021 - Survey ,
Shadowgraph image of baby brine shrimp and pill bug Left: Shadowgraph image of baby brine shrimp. Right: Shadowgraph image of a pill bug about ¼ inch long, along with some 14 gauge wire for reference. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Jen Walsh

Windows to the Deep 2021

Find out what NOAA scientists are hoping to see on the latest ocean exploration expedition, Windows to the Deep 2021.
November 04, 2021 - Video ,
NOAA Ocean Explorer Windows to the Deep

A New Field Season in a New World

Autonomous Gliders in the Antarctic

We’re heading back to Antarctica with our gliders, but this year will be—and already has been—different.
November 01, 2021 - Survey ,
NOAA staff packing a truck full of gear to ship to Chile and then on to Antarctica Barely an inch to spare in the truck with all our gear. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Jen Walsh.

New Data Show That Penguins in Antarctica May Prefer Dining with Friends to Dining Alone

Researchers attached video cameras to penguins and obtained some of the first footage of penguins synchronously swimming, diving, and feeding for several hours.
October 20, 2021 - Feature Story ,
Penguin with chinstrap camera Chinstrap penguin with camera. Credit: NOAA Fisheries.

Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Marine Mammal Restoration and Monitoring Activities

NOAA’s Southeast Fisheries Science Center is working on multiple projects to recover cetaceans in the Gulf of Mexico.

Environmental Conditions, Diel Period, and Fish Size Influence the Horizontal and Vertical Movements of Red Snapper

Our results have implications for scientific surveys of red snapper used for population assessment and management.
May 19, 2021 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

NOAA Fisheries Appoints Nancy Majower as its New Chief Information Officer

Majower will work with leadership on the implementation of emerging technologies, including citizen science, omics, uncrewed systems, and artificial intelligence, to address mission priorities and achieve organizational excellence.
March 01, 2021 - Feature Story ,
Nancy Majower

Large-Scale Space Use of Large Juvenile and Adult Smalltooth Sawfish Pristis Pectinata: Implications for Management

Use of passive acoustic telemetry to track movements of juvenile and adult smalltooth sawfish.
February 01, 2021 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,