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Mapping data acquisition and processing report, cruise EX-14-02 Leg 3 : Exploration, Gulf of Mexico rov & mapping, April 10, - May 1, 2014 Galveston, Texas - Tampa, Florida

Elizabeth Lobecker, Kelley Elliott, Emily Rose, Jackyln James & Jeffrey Miller
Mapping objectives for the cruise included site characterization at ROV dive locations, and extending existing mapping data coverage in the region.The full set of cruise objectives for EX-14-02 Leg 3 were defined in EX-14-02 Leg 3 Project Instructions.

Manual for real-time quality control of dissolved nutrients observations:

Integrated Ocean Observing System (U.S.)

Expedition Report : 2017 Southeast Deep Coral Initiative (SEDCI) expedition aboard NOAA Ship Nancy Foster (NF-17-08, August 12-31, 2017).

Daniel Wagner, Morgan Kilgour & Peter J. Etnoyer

GSICS quarterly. Volume 11, number 4 (2018)

Global Space-Based Inter-Calibration System Coordination Center.

Sea turtle tagging in the Mariana Islands Training and Testing (MITT) study area, 31 January 2018.

Summer L. Martin, Alexander R. Gaos & Timothy Todd Jones
PIFSC data report ; DR-18-001

Pacific Reef Assessment and Monitoring Program. Fish monitoring brief : Southern Mariana Islands, 2017.

Pacific Reef Assessment And Monitoring Program
PIFSC data report ; DR-18-005

Northeast multispecies fishery management plan resource guide : Acadian redfish (Sebastes fasciatus)

Katie Rowley

Northeast multispecies fishery management plan resource guide : haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus)

Katie Rowley

JCSDA quarterly. No. 59 (Spring 2018)

Joint Center For Satellite Data Assimilation (U.S.)

Climate prediction S&T digest : NWS science & technology infusion climate bulletin supplement

Okla.) Climate Diagnostics And Prediction Workshop ǂn (42nd : 2017 : Norman

Coral reef resilience to climate change in Guam in 2016.

Jeffrey Maynard, Steven Johnson, David R. Burdick, Andrew Jarrett, Jordan Gault, Jacques Idechong, Roxanna Miller, Gareth J. Williams, Scott Fraser Heron & Laurie Raymundo
Coral reef resilience is the capacity of a reef to resist or recover from degradation and maintain provision of ecosystem goods and services. Resilience-based management (RBM) has been developed to overcome the challenges of supporting ecosystem resilience in this era of rapid change. RBM involves the application of resilience theory and tools to deliver ecosystem-based management outcomes into the future. RBM of coral reefs can include assessing spatial variation in resilience potential and then targeting...

Joint Polar Satellite System Science Seminar annual digest, 2014.

Results from the Eastern Gulf of Alaska Ecosystem Assessment, July through August 2016.

Wesley Wayne Strasburger, Jamal Hasan Henry Moss, Kevin A. Siwicke & Ellen Martinson Yasumiishi
The goal of the Gulf of Alaska Ecosystem Assessment is to characterize ecosystem function and status in the eastern Gulf of Alaska. This survey is a coordinated research effort, conducted by the Recruitment Processes Alliance within the Alaska Fisheries Science Center. The scientific objectives of the survey are to assess age-0 groundfish, juvenile salmon, zooplankton, and oceanographic conditions in the coastal, shelf, slope, and offshore waters of the eastern GOA. This information is used to...

JPSS Science Seminar annual digest 2017.

Genetic stock composition analysis of chum salmon from the prohibited species catch of the 2016 Bering Sea walleye pollock trawl fishery and Gulf of Alaska groundfish fisheries.

, Christine M. Kondzela, , K. Hauch, & Jeffrey Robert Guyon
A genetic analysis of the prohibited species catch (PSC) of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) collected during 2016 from the federally managed walleye pollock (Gadus chalcogrammus) trawl fishery in the Bering Sea and from the federal groundfish fisheries in the Gulf of Alaska (GOA) was undertaken to determine the overall stock composition of the sample sets. Samples were genotyped for 11 microsatellite markers from which stock contributions were estimated using the current chum salmon microsatellite baseline....

Hurricane Matthew.

Kiera O’Donnell, Alison Carisio, & Paul Fanelli
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services (CO-OPS) maintains a network of oceanographic and meteorological stations along the United States coastlines and Great Lakes to monitor water levels, winds (speed, direction and gusts), barometric pressure, and air/water temperature. This report documents the elevated water levels, high winds and reduced barometric pressures recorded at stations along the East Coast of the U.S. from Florida to Delaware during Hurricane Matthew,...

Upgrade of NOS Lake Erie Operational Forecast System (LEOFS) to FVCOM : model development and hindcast skill assessment.

John Gormley Walsh Kelley, Yi Chen, Eric J. Anderson, Gregory A. Lang & Jiangtao Xu

Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center protocols and tips for working in American Samoa.

Risa Oram & Gataivai Talamoa
PIFSC special publication ; SP-18-001

Biological and Conference Opinion on the issuance of Permit Nos. 14550, 14856, 16239, 17312, and 18636, for research on Gulf of Mexico Bryde's whales, and activities to be conducted under the Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability, Tourist Opportunities, and Revived Economies (RESTORE) Act Grant

United States. National Marine Fisheries Service. Endangered Species Act Interagency Cooperation Division.

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