Salmon on the High Seas: Unlocking the Mysteries of Salmon in the North Pacific
Scientists are surveying the Gulf of Alaska to find out more about Pacific salmon (Chinook, Coho, sockeye, chum and pink salmon). The information they gather will help managers plan for changes these populations will face due to climate change.
NEFSC Gear Research Series: Better Gear By Design
The Northeast Fisheries Science Center's Gear Research group works with fishermen to design, test, and modify fishing gear. They've found ways to protect endangered sea turtles and marine mammals while maintaining the target species catch.
NEFSC Gear Research Series: Lose the Rope, Give Whales Hope
Ropeless or on-demand technologies offer a potential solution for whales and other protected species that can become entangled in traditional lobster traps and crab pots. Find out what ropeless is all about from the NEFSC gear research team!
Windows to the Deep 2021: A Firsthand Account
NOAA Fisheries marine biologist Allen Collins has just returned from co-leading the Windows to the Deep 2021 expedition. Learn about the fascinating species and habitat they saw as they explored the ocean with an underwater remotely-operated vehicle.
NOAA Marine Biologist Allen Collins on the Importance of Exploring Our Oceans
NOAA Marine biologist Allen Collins discusses why it is important to explore our world’s oceans.
Windows to the Deep 2021
NOAA Fisheries marine biologist Allen Collins is co-leading the Windows to the Deep 2021 expedition. Learn about the fascinating species, habitat—even a shipwreck—they might see as they explore the ocean with an underwater remotely-operated vehicle.
Electronic Vessel Trip Reporting in the Greater Atlantic Region
Starting November 2021, NOAA Fisheries will require electronic vessel trip reporting in the Greater Atlantic region. Learn about the requirements and how to make your reporting easier and more efficient with our Fish Online app.
Northeast Surveys: The Fisheries We Count On
Each year, the Northeast Fisheries Science Center conducts multiple surveys at sea to understand how fish stocks and the marine ecosystem is changing over time. Go behind the scenes on our bottom trawl, sea scallop, and ecosystems monitoring surveys!
Northeast Fisheries Science Center: Where Marine Traditions and Science Meet
There is a place where history and science come together, where people's love of the ocean is matched only by their desire to serve. Welcome to the Northeast Fisheries Science Center!
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
Video Image Analytics for the Marine Environment
This video uses new software called Video Image Analytics for the Marine Environment (VIAME). It helps us automate the detection and identification of fish species seen in the videos—similar to facial recognition software.
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