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Tag Archives: Kaylyn McCoy
By Kelvin Gorospe After 15 years of surveying coral reef fishes across the Pacific, the Fish Team at the Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center’s Coral Reef Ecosystem Division (CRED) has amassed one of the world’s largest datasets of reef fishes. … Continue reading
Update from Timor-Leste: scientists complete live-aboard mission to survey reef fishes and benthos, assess ocean acidification
By Andrew Gray Scientists from the PIFSC Coral Reef Ecosystem (CRED) recently finished a 2-week live-aboard expedition to survey reef fish and benthic communities, collect water samples, and record data on seafloor depths along the northern coast of Timor-Leste. This … Continue reading
NOAA scientists, local partners mark Coral Triangle Day in Timor-Leste with capacity-building activities
By Brett Schumacher A team of researchers from the PIFSC Coral Reef Ecosystem Division (CRED) commemorated Coral Triangle Day on June 9 in Timor-Leste by participating in capacity-building activities with colleagues from the Timor-Leste Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAF) … Continue reading
Scientists assess reef fish and benthic communities, monitor effects of ocean acidification off Timor-Leste
By Max Sudnovsky The PIFSC Coral Reef Ecosystem Division (CRED) today began a mission to conduct surveys to provide quantitative assessments of reef fishes and benthic cover and collect water samples that will be used as baselines to monitor long-term … Continue reading
Fish assessment cruises in the main Hawaiian Islands: preliminary results from latest visual surveys
Coral Reef Ecosystem Division (CRED) staff members Danny Merritt, John Rooney, and Jacob Asher are participating in the PIFSC cruise SE-12-08 aboard the NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette, which left Honolulu on Sept. 22 for operations in the main Hawaiian … Continue reading