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NOAA Fisheries Science Program Review

Sound science is critical for making the right decisions when it comes to managing our nation’s fisheries and protected species. To maintain our world-class science, we continually strive to advance the science that informs fisheries and protected resources management.

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hawaii-corals-750x500-credit Christine Shepard.png A school of lined butterflyfish swim above a shallow coral reef at Kona, Hawaii. Credit: Christine Shepard.
The first U.S. fish commissioner Spencer Baird and colleagues conducting research in Little Harbor, Massachusetts. First U.S. Fish Commissioner Spencer Baird (on shore, at right) and colleagues seining in Little Harbor, Woods Hole, circa 1875. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/NEFSC Historical Collection.