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The Role of Small Pelagic Fish in Diverse Ecosystems: Knowledge Gleaned From Food-Web Models

Food-web models represent a synthesis of knowledge of these dependencies and are a platform for evaluating the consequences of change in small pelagic fish productivity.
December 01, 2024 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

Groundfish Tag Recovery Reporting via Survey123 App

Instructions on how to use reporting app

A density surface model describing the habitat of the Critically Endangered Rice’s whale Balaenoptera ricei in the Gulf of Mexico

This research characterizes habitat for endangered Rice’s whales based on oceanographic parameters and predicts where else they may occur.
May 08, 2024 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

Northeast Shark Research

We conduct shark life history research and long-term monitoring activities essential for stock assessment and management.

Passive Acoustic Technologies

We record sounds in the ocean to learn about marine mammals and other ocean species, working with partners around the globe.

Fish and Invertebrate Acoustics

We record the sounds produced by fish and invertebrates to study their spawning behaviors, locations, and potential threats.

Evolving Wildlife Management Cultures of Governance Through Indigenous Knowledges and Perspectives

Case study highlighting 3 priorities that can assist the field of wildlife management in achieving the changes necessary to bridge worldviews.
April 17, 2024 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

On the Probable Distribution of Stock-Recruitment Resilience of Pacific Saury (Cololabis saira) in the Northwest Pacific Ocean

Our numerical simulation approach provides an analytical tool for calculating the steepness distribution in other pelagic fish influenced by increases in sea surface temperature due to global warming.
April 02, 2024 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

Publications by Northeast Passive Acoustics Branch Staff

We regularly publish their findings in scientific journals and Center-produced documents.
April 01, 2024 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

Subsurface Temperature Estimates From a Regional Ocean Modelling System (ROMS) Reanalysis Provide Accurate Coral Heat Stress Indices Across the Main Hawaiian Islands

The MHI ROMS simulation proves to be a useful tool for coral reef management in the absence of, or to supplement, subsurface and satellite measurements across Hawaiʻi and likely for other Pacific Island regions.
March 19, 2024 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,