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Update on NOAA CBIBS
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Update on the NOAA Chesapeake Bay Interpretive Buoy System

Currently, there are six CBIBS buoys deployed in the Chesapeake Bay, reporting real-time weather, wave, current, and water-quality data....
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Oyster Reef Alternative Substrate Literature Review
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Alternatives for Restoration: What Hard Materials Are Used in Oyster Reef Construction?

If you were an oyster, would you prefer porcelain or concrete? Limestone or sandstone? Or good old-fashioned oyster shells?...
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FY18 Fisheries Science Proposals Accepted through April 26

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Applications for FY18 Fisheries Research Project Accepted through April 26

This year's NCBO Fisheries Science Program will focus on links between habitat and summer flounder and black sea bass....

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Icy Waters: What Does the Future Hold for Bay Critters?

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Icy Waters: What Does the Future Hold for Bay Critters?

Extreme cold weather means the NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office's buoy system has experienced icing and fronzen sensors. The NCBO field team is responding....

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FY18 Chesapeake B-WET Grant Availability Announced

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B-WET Environmental Education Funding Proposals to Be Accepted through March 9, 2018

The NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office has released details on requirements and the process for applying for FY18 Bay Watershed Education and Training (B-WET) funding....

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2018 NCBO Summer Internships Announced

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NCBO 2018 Summer Internships Offer Experience in Oceanography, Hydrography, Hydrologic Modeling

The NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office will offer students opportunities to explore career paths and gain experience in Chesapeake Bay-related sciences next summer....

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Sturgeon on Sonar

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NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office Field Team “Captures” Sturgeon on Sonar

The NCBO Field Team was using sonar to map critical habitat when it captured images including sturgeon...

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Blue Catfish--Invasive, but Tasty!
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Blue Catfish in the Chesapeake--Invasive and Tasty!

Blue catfish are voracious eaters, and they have few natural predators. Putting these invasive fish on your plate can help other species...
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FY17 Fisheries Science Program Grants

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FY17 Fisheries Research Project Grants Announced; Focus on Forage and Habitat

The NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office has announced the grantees that will receive FY17 funding through the NCBO Fisheries Research Program....

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