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If you love seafood, thank a coastal wetland for your favorite dish! From salmon to striped bass and lobster to oysters, many kinds of fish and shellfish depend on coastal wetlands for places to live, grow, and reproduce. #NationalSeafoodMonth
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#NationalSeafoodMonth Here's a different take on a salmon burger that evokes Thai cuisine with red curry, Sriracha, and pineapple! #SeafoodSwap #EatSeafoodAmerica…
Fisheries observers play a vital role in gathering the data needed to ensure the sustainability of our marine resources. Check out a new profile on one of our observers, Keenan Carpenter, to get a closer look at his job on the water:…
#Students and #teachers, get your art supplies ready because the NOAA Marine Debris Program #ArtContest is now open! Students in grades K-8 in all U.S. states and territories can submit their artwork now through December 10. Learn how to enter:…
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Salmon usually steals the spotlight for seafood burgers, but most fish can be swapped into patties and served on buns. This "Fishermen's Burger" is a burger recipe for any flaked fish. #SeafoodSwap #EatSeafoodAmerica #NationalSeafoodMonth…
Next up for #SeafoodSwap ideas: burgers! This week, we're sharing some different recipes to try.… #NationalSeafoodMonth #EatSeafoodAmerica
Happy International Sawfish Day! There are 5 species of sawfishes (dwarf, narrow/knifetooth, smalltooth, green, & largetooth) around the world but only the smalltooth #sawfish is found within U.S. waters. All are endangered with extinction. #INTLsawfishday
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#NationalSeafoodMonth Even more seafood on pizza: Experiment with different combinations of flaked fish and chopped shellfish on a pizza with classic Italian flavors.… #SeafoodSwap #EatSeafoodAmerica
#HispanicHeritageMonth Meet Luis Noguerol: cybersecurity gatekeeper and Judo blackbelt! Luis works at the Southeast Fisheries Science Center as an Information System Security Officer. Find out more about him and his work:……
As we wrap up #HispanicHeritageMonth , check out this video to see our colleagues across the country in action! Learn more about how they contribute to our mission each day:…
Friday, October 15th is California’s Leatherback Turtle Day! Join us tonight, October 14th for a leatherback webinar. Register here:…
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#HispanicHeritageMonth Meet Sara Young, a NOAA Fisheries Protected Species Biologist who issues scientific research permits for marine mammals under the Marine Mammal Protection Act. While she grew up studying whales, now her favorite animals are seals!…
#NationalSeafoodMonth Not just for chowder: Atlantic surfclams are sustainably harvested from New England to North Carolina. Try them on pizza with this take on a Connecticut specialty! #SeafoodSwap #EatSeafoodAmerica…
Brittany Struck conducts Endangered Species Act consultations for threatened and endangered steelhead in South-Central and Southern California as Natural Resource Management Specialist. Learn more about her role:… #HispanicHeritageMonth
In celebration of #NOAAFisheriesAt150, we’re highlighting a few history makers like Lionel A. Walford, marine biologist and first director of our Sandy Hook Lab in #NewJersey: #FisheriesHistories
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#SeafoodSwap What do you get when you combine tuna with taco seasoning and pizza crust? Tuna Pizza Olé!… #EatSeafoodAmerica #NationalSeafoodMonth
7 Ways to Celebrate #NationalSeafoodMonth: See how you and your family can savor the flavors—and health benefits—of seafood.… #EatSeafoodAmerica
#NationalSeafoodMonth Shrimp makes for a great pizza topper! But don't take our word for it. Try this recipe for individual shrimp scampi pizzas via @Seafood4Health. #SeafoodSwap #EatSeafoodAmerica…
Martin Navarro is a Maintenance Mechanic for the Southwest Fisheries Science Center. He started as a marine mechanic in Baja, but has worked at NOAA’s La Jolla lab for the last 30 years. Learn more about his work & what #HispanicHeritageMonth means to him:…
Just in: @NOAA awards more than $171 million for #climate science, community resilience. See our new release:… @NOAAResearch #ClimateScience #ClimateChange
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We cannot be more excited to introduce the newly redesigned! Your past favorites are still there, just expanded with new features and visuals, enhanced search, and a better experience on tablets and smartphones.…
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Sea Grant opens two #funding opportunities for research projects to advance #aquaculture production strategies & technologies. Interested parties should submit proposals in partnership with & through #SeaGrant programs. Learn more: #NationalSeafoodMonth
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#HispanicHeritageMonth Anne Freire de Carvalho works in the Southwest Fisheries Science Center ichthyoplankton lab sorting plankton samples from CalCOFI & coastal pelagic species surveys. She also collects biological data from fish for stock assessments:…
#NationalSeafoodMonth #SeafoodSwap #EatSeafoodAmerica Mahi mahi are found in both oceans, but the name "Mahi mahi" comes from the Hawaiian language. They are a great fish to feature in Hawaiian-style fish tacos with hearts of palm.…
This week for #HispanicHeritageMonth, we are highlighting Jennifer Sanchez Goebel. Her father's family escaped from Cuba in 1960, and, along with thousands of other Cuban refugees, became part of the multicultural fabric of America.
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Elena Flores works at the Southeast Fisheries Science Center’s Galveston facility & is currently conducting shrimp experiments to evaluate a new tag used in shrimp research. More about Elena’s work @NOAAFisheries & what #HispanicHeritageMonth means to her:
#NationalSeafoodMonth Seafood tacos for every meal? Yes please! Combine salmon (hot or cold) with scrambled eggs to make delicious and filling breakfast tacos. #SeafoodSwap #EatSeafoodAmerica…
#SeafoodSwap #NationalSeafoodMonth Rockfish, black cod, & lingcod are just some of the bottomfish caught in the Pacific Northwest. Any make a delicious protein swap in tacos when blackened & served with avocado, lime, & pickled jalapenos… #EatSeafoodAmerica
#SeafoodSwap #NationalSeafoodMonth Swap shrimp into tacos and top them with watermelon salsa, a refreshing, low-sodium alternative to traditional salsas, for a healthy and easy seafood dinner!… #EatSeafoodAmerica
NOAA Fisheries is moving away from paper vessel trip reporting requirements in the Greater Atlantic Region. Watch a new video to learn more about the requirements & how to make your reporting easier & more efficient w/ our Fish Online app: @NOAAFish_GARFO
#SeafoodSwap #EatSeafoodAmerica A popular target for recreational anglers, striped bass are caught in coastal waters from Maine to North Carolina. Whether you catch your own or find fillets at your local market, you can swap them into tacos with guacamole:…
#NationalSeafoodMonth is the perfect time to show you how you can swap seafood into popular dishes that usually feature other proteins. First up: tacos! This week, we're featuring a "Taco Tour" of seafood tacos by region. #SeafoodSwap #EatSeafoodAmerica
2021 IN FISH! student Matteo Torres talks about his summer internship experience with us and shares what National Hispanic Heritage Month means to him: #HispanicHeritageMonth #INFISHInternship #DiversityAndInclusion
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Continuing our #HispanicHeritageMonth celebration. Natalie Cosentino-Manning grew up exploring California's natural resources. Now she's working to restore marine habitats there. (plus a shoutout to SpongeBob)
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Buy Local: Building Our Local Seafood Economies & Promoting Local Seafood NOAA Fisheries Assistant Administrator Janet Coit provides her perspective on #NationalSeafoodMonth & the critical role the U.S. seafood sector plays in our lives & the economy:
#HispanicHeritageMonth ICYMI Google honored former Southwest Fisheries Science Center scientist María de los Ángeles Alvariño González in a Doodle on October 3:…
October is #NationalSeafoodMonth. DYK that the U.S. is recognized as a global leader in sustainable seafood for both wild-caught and farmed species? Learn more & get inspired by savory seafood along the way! #EatSeafoodAmerica
Kicking off 31 days of #NOAASpookyScience is @NOAAFisheries with their spooktacular smartphone wallpaper gallery! From the vicious viperfish to the deadly dragonfish, these photos will add some flair to your phone!… #NOAAResourceOfTheDay #SpookyScience
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#AquacultureWeek A diverse, equitable, & inclusive workforce enhances innovation in sustainable fisheries & aquaculture. Learn about the leaders, students, business owners, & community advocates working to ensure that farmed seafood is an inclusive space:…
#AquacultureWeek Queen conch are vital to seagrass ecosystems & the second largest fishery in the Caribbean. A first of its kind partnership is restoring queen conch & building opportunities for community involvement in species restoration in Puerto Rico:
2021 IN FISH! student Robert Dellinger talks about his summer internship experience with us and shares what National Hispanic Heritage Month means to him: #HispanicHeritageMonth #INFISHInternship #DiversityAndInclusion
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This month is a great chance to highlight the contributions of the members of the Latino community to NOAA & celebrate our cultural diversity! This week we are excited to highlight Roosevelt Mesa, who is an Environmental Specialist in Protected Resources. #hispanicheritagemonth
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Our Milford Lab works closely w/ the industry & academia to conduct research that helps promote sustainable aquaculture, provide services to industry, advance new tech, and more! Full video: #NEFSCScience #AquacultureWeek
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#AquacultureWeek: New report highlights Alaska aquaculture priorities and accomplishments. The projects and actions aim to support the growing Alaska aquaculture industry: @NOAAFisheriesAK
Our Milford Lab published their fish interactions w/ #LongIslandSound oyster aquaculture cages study using #GoPro cameras & #EnvironmentalDNA. Helped @MunroeLab’s GoPro study in #BarnegatBay. Feature on the studies: #NEFSCScience #AquacultureWeek
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Celebrate #HispanicHeritageMonth with NOAA Fisheries! Meet Alejandra Mickle-Arce, marine habitat resource specialist. She's improving how we evaluate success of our habitat restoration efforts, and much more:…
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NOAA and state, federal agencies #RestoringtheGulf approved $99.6 million in Deepwater Horizon restoration projects across all five Gulf states. The projects focus on sea turtles, marine mammals, oysters and birds.
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WATCH today: @SecRaimondo will deliver remarks on America's global competitiveness and how to #BuildBackBetter through @POTUS' economic agenda. Livestream to begin at 12:30 PM ET:……
Two new NOAA-funded projects are seeking to create novel aquaculture ventures for two marine animals native to Hawaiʻi—loli (Hawaiian sea cucumbers) and the endemic kūmū (Hawaiian goatfish). Learn more about these exciting projects:… #AquacultureWeek
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