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Ship-based Cetacean and Ecosystem Assessment Surveys in the California Current

Monitoring the population status and distributions of cetaceans, seabirds, and the environment

Landscape and Seascape Ecology Research on California Salmon

Our team studies the linkages between habitat and anadromous fish using principles and methods from landscape, ecosystem, community, and population ecology.

Field Notes: NOAA Ship Sets out to Collect Field Biologists in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands

The 2019 field season was to retrieve monk seal and sea turtle biologists after three months of research activities in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
August 13, 2019 - Survey ,

Fishermen and Scientists Work Together to Reduce Shark Bycatch in Hawai'i

Teaming up to study endangered oceanic whitetip and silky sharks off the coast of Hawai‘i Island.
November 01, 2018 - Research ,

Passive Acoustics in the Pacific Islands

Using underwater recording devices to listen to whales and dolphins in the Pacific Islands.

How Many Male Sea Turtles is Enough?

Study reveals insights into the mating strategies of male hawksbill turtles and the future population outlook of these endangered sea turtles.
October 09, 2018 - Feature Story ,
Two Hawaiian hawksbills interacting on beach.

Population Assessment Field Camps in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands

Every year, our biologists are stationed at remote locations in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands to assess the status of Hawaiian monk seal and green sea turtle populations.

Estimating the Number of Endangered False Killer Whales in the Main Hawaiian Islands

A new study highlights our collaboration with nonprofit and citizen scientists to estimate the size of this endangered population.
September 05, 2018 - Feature Story ,