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Jan 25: NOAA Fisheries announces the population increase of Hawaiian monk seals, a Species in the Spotlight.
Jul 22: People of West Hawaii are turning dry land green and murky blue water in the video "Repairing the Reef."
Oct. 22: Last year, Kualoa Ranch began selling the first grown-to-maturity oysters in Hawaiʻi in 27 years. Learn about the process of growing oysters in a Hawaiian fishpond and how the ranch's project came to be.
Sept 22: NOAA worked with federal and state agencies and local restoration groups to streamline the permitting process for restoring native Hawaiian fishponds.
Aug 25: NOAA Lists 20 New Corals as Threatened Under the Endangered Species Act.
Dec 17: On December 16, NOAA held a dedication ceremony to unveil the Daniel K. Inouye Regional Center located on Ford Island in Honolulu.
Feb 25: The public comment period is extended for NOAA's proposed listing of 66 reef-building coral species under the Endangered Species Act.
Oct 3: Special agents and enforcement officers with NOAA Fisheries Office of Law Enforcement investigate crimes against marine mammals under the Marine Mammal Protection Act, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this month.
July 23: Dr. Kyle S. Van Houtan, NOAA Fisheries research ecologist, was honored by the White House with a prestigious Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers for his research on climate effects on sea turtles populations.
July 18: NOAA and partners explore how climate change affects U.S. indigenous coastal cultures during the First Stewards symposium at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.