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Recent Publication Shows Black Carbon is a Major Factor in Climate Change

  • 4 April 2013
Recent Publication Shows Black Carbon is a Major Factor in Climate Change
According to the study recently published in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, black carbon ranks as the second-largest human contributor to climate change, exerting twice as much impact as previously believed. 

Spillover Effects of Environmental Regulation for Sea Turtle Protection in the Hawaii Longline Swordfish Fishery

  • 3 April 2013

Researchers at the University of Hawaii’s Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research (JIMAR) and NOAA Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center (PIFSC) examined “spillover effects” and “market transfer effects” resulting from fishing regulations instituted to protect endangered/threatened sea turtles.

Fishers and Scientists Collaborate on Emerging Ocean Forecast Products

  • 3 April 2013
Fishers and Scientists Collaborate on Emerging Ocean Forecast Products

Scientists at the Cooperative Institute for Oceanographic Satellite Studies (CIOSS) and Oregon State University (OSU) are combining the experiential knowledge of Oregon fishers with data from remote sensing satellites and ocean forecast models to create and evaluate new products based on forecasts of subsurface velocities.

CIMRS Seafloor Research Recently Featured in Oceanography and Nature Geoscience

  • 2 April 2013
CIMRS Seafloor Research Recently Featured in Oceanography and Nature Geoscience

Researchers at the Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies (CIMRS), colleagues from NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, and other university researchers recently published three articles in Oceanography in a Special Issue on Oceanic Spreading Center Processes, providing foundational overviews on seafloor research technologies and deep-sea volcanic eruptions.

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The NOAA Cooperative Institutes are academic and non-profit research institutions that demonstrate the highest level of performance and conduct research that supports NOAA's Mission Goals and Strategic Plan. Cooperative Institutes are located at institutions whose geographic expanse extends from Hawaii to Maine and from Alaska to Florida. Currently, NOAA supports 16 Cooperative Institutes consisting of 42 universities and research institutions across 23 states and the District of Columbia

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