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Pacific Cod Are Moving North—Will They Be Able to Spawn There?

New research predicts how spawning habitat in the Bering Sea may shift over the coming century of climate change.
June 22, 2023 - Feature Story ,
Image of Pacific cod resting on the seafloor Pacific cod in Alaska waters. Credit: NOAA Fisheries.

Inflation Reduction Act: A Historic Investment in America’s Climate Resilience

NOAA Fisheries will receive an unprecedented investment in strengthening the agency’s core mission to provide science-based management and conservation of the nation’s marine resources as we confront climate change.
June 08, 2023 - Feature Story ,
Red light house sits on island in Great Lakes

Northeast Fisheries, Ecosystems Continue To Depart From Historical Norms

2023 State of the Ecosystem Reports show continuing physical, chemical, and biological changes in coastal Mid-Atlantic and New England ecosystems.
May 18, 2023 - Feature Story ,
Blue, green, and red fishing boats docked in a bay.

An Amberjack by Any Other Name: Rethinking Identification and Unlocking Historical Data for Four Species

NOAA Fisheries, the National Systematics Laboratory, and their partners use contemporary survey data to shed new light on historical data and the life histories of four species of amberjack in the western North Atlantic.
May 10, 2023 - Feature Story ,
A man on the deck of a ship wearing orange overalls holds a silver fish and examines it. Dr. Matthew Girard examines an almaco jack on the deck of NOAA ship Henry B. Bigelow during the fall 2022 Northeast Fisheries Science Center bottom trawl survey. Credit: Dr. Katherine Bemis

Deploying Passive Acoustic Recorders for North Atlantic Right Whale Calving Season

Scientists from the Southeast Fisheries Science Center have deployed passive acoustic recorders to monitor endangered North Atlantic right whales in the Southeast for the 2023 calving season.
April 27, 2023 - Feature Story ,
a North Atlantic right whale and it's baby during calving swimming in ocean along the surface. North Atlantic right whale “Medusa” and calf. Credit: Clearwater Marine Aquarium Research Institute (NOAA permit 20556-01)

Recreational Fishery Data Reveals Climate-Driven Shifts for Atlantic Highly Migratory Species Catch

A new study identifies shifting distributions of Atlantic Highly Migratory Species catch, including tunas, billfish, and sharks, off the northeastern United States, providing understanding about climate change impacts to the recreational fishery.
April 19, 2023 - Feature Story ,
Man in blue shirt on stern of boat holding large fish.

Increasing Efficiency of Video Surveys with Artificial Intelligence

Using Artificial Intelligence to help provide timely data for fishery assessments and guidance for fishery managers.
April 06, 2023 - Feature Story ,
three scientists deploying a camera from a ship deck Deployment of the SphereCam system during the SEAMAP/GFISHER Video Survey of the Gulf of Mexico aboard NOAA Ship Pisces. Credit: NOAA Fisheries