A drifting, temperature-sensing buoy was recently released into the waters offshore of Fagatele Bay in American Samoa, joining a global collection of instruments that provides important environmental data, according to a release from the NOAA National Marine Sanctuaries program.
When it comes to fish spawning, what happens in the Tortugas does not stay in the Tortugas. In fact, fish spawning between the Tortugas and Key West is crucial to not only the biodiversity of the Florida Keys, but to the biodiversity of other states as well, said Karrie...
A five-project study is providing Great Lakes researchers the ability to understand the ecology of Lake Huron to help manage water quality and fisheries in the lake.
A shortage of oysters in a Maryland stream has prompted Maryland scientists to deploy a vertical profiler that assesses the entire water column, according to a blog post from YSI, the instrument’s manufacturer.
A 10-day cruise aboard the NOAA ship Nancy Foster will allow Florida scientists to map fish spawning sites between Key West and the Dry Tortugas, according to a release from the agency.
A team of researchers in Mississippi launched a two-year study that found water quality in the East Pearl River was not affected after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.
A new smartphone program is helping to keep families around Kansas City safe from possible bacteria in local streams and rivers.