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National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration
Latest National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration Items
"Bird strikes" are a familiar hazard for aircraft. Now authorities at a Tampa Bay-area military base say they've recorded something new: a "fish strike."
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says fewer sea turtles were stranded in the North Atlantic due to the cold this winter compared to a spike in strandings last year.
East Coast states will receive nearly $36 million in disaster relief funding for communities that have suffered severe economic losses due to declining fish populations, the federal government announced Wednesday.
Two years after a young endangered orca washed ashore bloodied and bruised in southwest Washington, investigators have concluded the whale was hit, struck or rammed in the head and neck. But they couldn't determine the source of that blow.
Muskegon Lake will receive special attention from the federal government under a program designed to improve wildlife habitat.
Four conservation groups say they'll sue the National Marine Fisheries Service because it's taking too long to analyze shrimping's effects on threatened and endangered sea turtles.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has selected West Hawaii and the southern tip of Guam for targeted conservation efforts.
The Chinese ban of shellfish imports from the U.S. West Coast will continue indefinitely, according to a letter sent by Chinese officials to a U.S. agency.
Federal researchers say a satellite-linked tag offered new details on the movements of an endangered orca whale before it stopped transmitting data earlier this week.