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Research Measures Views on Seals and Sharks

Newly released research results highlight striking differences and some similarities in the way visitors, voters, and commercial fishermen view seals and white sharks on Cape Cod. The findings of the Woods Hole Sea Grant-funded project can help advance marine conservation, promote responsible stewardship, and foster co-existence. From June to September 2021, representative samples of Cape…

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Aquaculture & Fisheries

Aquaculture and Fisheries Featured Topic River Herring Featured Topic Surf Clams Featured Topic Shucked Oysters Featured Topic Shellfish Featured Topic The American Lobster Initiative Research Among the important fisheries and aquaculture research projects supported by WHSG are: PhytO-ARM, An Open-source Platform for Real-time Phytoplankton Monitoring, Data Sharing, and Automated Aquaculture Management Market Development to Diversify…

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adaptations

Adaptations & Climate Change This program is a collaboration between the NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center and Woods Hole Sea Grant. Background What types of adaptations do marine mammals have and how are they dealing with climate change? In order to survive in their particular habitat, all animals must have structures and behaviors that enable them to…

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September 2019 Newsletter

Coastal Impacts Woods Hole Sea Grant Newsletter September 2019 SEPTEMBER 2019 CONTENTS How Do Sharks Respond to Internal Waves in the Ocean? Inspiring Girls in Science Knauss Profile: Amalia Aruda Almada Coastal Conference Series Spotlights Nantucket Sea Grant Participates in First Northeast Water Quality Monitoring Blitz Upcoming Workshop for Educators Knauss Fellowship Opportunity Now Open!…

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2000-2002 Projects

Detection and Quantification of Live Acanthamoeba in Natural Marine Ecosystems Using Molecular Genetic Methods Rebecca J. Gast, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Acanthamoeba is a genus of free-living amoebae present in soil, saltwater, and freshwater, including tap water. Although Acanthamoeba does not appear to be a human health threat in the ocean, very little is known…

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Video

The following videos are available in DVD by emailing seagrant@whoi.edu and via YouTube as we upload them. Oceans Alive 2008 “Whale Detection System Help Prevent Ship Strikes” featuring John Kemp, Mooring Operation & Engineering group, WHOI Oceans Alive 2007 DVD, 2007 WHOI-V-07-002 This DVD includes the presentations from the 2007 “Oceans Alive” lecture series. Presentations…

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