Sandy Hook 101
A summary video that briefly outlines the research, partnerships, outreach, location, and education at the NOAA James J. Howard Marine Sciences Lab at Sandy Hook, New Jersey
Recreational Anglers: Ensuring the Health of Cod and Haddock
Recreational fishing for Atlantic cod and haddock in New England. Video includes tips and techniques for avoiding cod and catching haddock and ensuring sustainability of the Nations’ fishery resources.
Atlantic Salmon Animation
Endangered Atlantic salmon are a Species in the Spotlight. Learn about the threats facing Atlantic salmon, and about what you can do to help protect and restore Atlantic salmon and their ecosystems.
Boat Safely Around Whales
Quick tips for New England and Mid-Atlantic recreational boaters and fishermen on how to safely share the water with federally protected whales.
Going Deep with the Bottom Longline Survey
Northeast Fisheries Science Center researchers and partners survey rocky and hard-to-reach areas of the Gulf of Maine. The data from this survey complements other data to provide a more complete picture of fisheries in the Northeast.
Saving a Humpback Whale: A Disentanglement Tale
Monday, July 27th began a 4-day effort by trained responders to disentangle a humpback whale from submerged fishing gear near New York City. Multiple partners brought expertise and large boats to haul the heavy gear up and free the whale.
Species in the Spotlight: North Atlantic Right Whale
Facing a variety of man-made threats, North Atlantic right whales were listed under the Endangered Species Act in 1970. Once the right whale to hunt, these giants are now the right whales to save.
Tagging Adult Atlantic Salmon in Greenland
Scientists at the Northeast Fisheries Science Center and their collaborators attach pop-off satellite tags to adult Atlantic salmon in Greenland. These tags collect vital data used to better understand salmon movement and migration in the ocean.
Share the Shore: Don’t Feed the Seals
As seals return to the Greater Atlantic, human interactions are increasing. As tempting as it can be, feeding seals creates an unhealthy environment for the seals, fisheries, and people on the waterfront. Share the shore without feeding the seals
The Right Stuff: Regulations for Right Whales
North Atlantic right whales are one of the world’s most endangered large whale species, with only about 450 remaining. NOAA has developed regulations for boaters and fishermen to help protect these whales from vessel collisions and entanglements.
Treasuring the Choptank: Residents and Scientists Envision a Healthier Chesapeake Bay
On Maryland's Eastern Shore, NOAA and partners are conducting science, restoring habitat, and working with community organizations to help residents develop and implement their vision for a healthy Choptank River.
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