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The New York Times published an article about Fisheries Ecology Division geneticists and their work matching mating pairs to maintain genetic diversity at California salmon hatcheries.
Warm ocean temperatures have brought many unexpected visitors into California coastal waters over the past year, including hammerhead sharks, blue marlin, whale sharks, and even tropical sea snakes. Scientists at NOAA Fisheries’ Southwest Fisheries Science Center are using these conditions
Warm expanse that heated up West Coast waters is beaten, but not yet broken
Scientists observed another year of low pup weights during their annual survey on the San Miguel Island rookery off California, where sea lions and fur seals breed and rear their young . In fact, pup weights were among the lowest
R V Reuben Lasker returns to San Diego with detailed data on whales from California to Alaska NOAA Fisheries’ newest research ship, the Reuben Lasker, concluded its first scientific mission Monday when it returned to San Diego after nearly four