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Rebuilding Salmon and Steelhead in the Columbia River Basin

Final report charts a course towards healthy and harvestable populations
September 29, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Chinook-salmon-NWFSC-John-McMillan-1298x832.jpg Chinook salmon. Credit: NWFSC/John McMillan

2022 CalCOFI Summer Survey

The 2022 Summer CalCOFI cruise sailed aboard R/V Bold Horizon from August 14-30 to survey the distributions and abundances of pelagic fish stocks, their prey, and their biotic and abiotic environments in the California Current.
September 27, 2022 - News ,

Tide to Table Profile: Monterey Bay Seaweeds

In Moss Landing, California, Monterey Bay Seaweeds uses land-based tanks to grow several varieties of edible seaweed.
September 23, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Decoratively arranged glass jars of water, containing various Monterey Bay Seaweeds. Monterey Bay Seaweeds are available year-round and harvested to order; customers receive fresh, raw seaweed that is delivered alive. Credit: Monterey Bay Seaweeds

Meet Kristen Koch, Acting Chief Science Advisor and Director of Scientific Programs

In July 2022, NOAA Fisheries named Kristen Koch the acting Chief Science Advisor and Director of Scientific Programs. We sat down with Kristen to find more about her background, her goals for fisheries science, and even her favorite work memory to date.
September 08, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Kristen Koch (left) on the Reuben Lasker conducting a Coastal Pelagics Survey in  2021 Kristen Koch (left) on the Reuben Lasker conducting a Coastal Pelagics Survey in 2021. Photo courtesy of Kristen Koch.

Seal Week 2022

Join us for a week-long celebration of seals and other pinnipeds and get the scoop on NOAA's seal conservation efforts.
Seal sleeping on beach. Seal sleeping on beach. Credit: Marine Mammals of Maine.

Roadway Runoff Known to Kill Coho Salmon also Affects Steelhead, Chinook Salmon

Simple filtration columns along roads can remove toxic substances and save fish.
August 24, 2022 - Feature Story ,
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Bycatch Reduction Week

Bycatch—the catch of non-target species—is a complex, global issue that threatens the sustainability of our fishing communities, economies, and ocean ecosystems. Learn how we work to develop, test, and adopt gears that reduce bycatch in U.S. fisheries.
Red snapper with a monitor device to track post-release health and behavior Red snapper with a monitor device to track post-release health and behavior. Credit: NOAA Fisheries