Research identifies earlier ocean warming as dominant effect off West Coast
On Wednesday, July 6, the U.S. Navy signed an agreement with NOAA Fisheries that will provide over $2.1 million in total funding to support core research and survey needs for endangered white abalone at Tanner
El Niño climate patterns contributed to the “warm blob” that began dominating the Gulf of Alaska in late 2013, and later gripped the West Coast of North America in what became the Northeast Pacific’s largest marine heatwave, according to a new study published in Nature Climate Change today.
#SharkWeek Celebrate Shark Week In 2013, the world record mako shark was caught off the coast of California. Southwest Fisheries Science Center researcher, Antonella Preti, discovered an adult
Listen to an interview with NOAA Fisheries biologist and sea turtle scientist Manjula Tiwari. Dr. Tiwari works all over the world helping communities that live near sea turtle nesting beaches to protect their sea turtle populations. She works with many
What is the value of the open ocean? While commercial fisheries may be one of the most obvious sources of economic value the ocean provides, they are not the only one. Now a team of scientists from NOAA