- Marine Mammals on the Move
Oct 24: If a picture is worth a thousand words then a video must be worth a million words. Spend some time with whales, dolphins, seals and more.
- New Video—Exploring U.S. Aquaculture
Sept 20: What's aquaculture like in the United States? Watch this video to find out.
- Habitat Restoration: An Economic Engine
Sept 4: Habitat restoration is an economic engine. Watch this video and find out how restoration projects boost our economy with jobs that can't be outsourced and create a positive impact for future generations.
- Understanding the Elusive Giant Pacific Octopus
Aug 17: Just when you thought it was going to be another shark, we'll throw you an octopus. At NOAA Fisheries, every week isn't just Shark Week, it's also Octopus Week.
- Circle Hooks: The Preferred Thresher Catcher?
Aug 15: NOAA scientists, anglers, and other institutions observe how thresher sharks are caught and released in Southern California—the key to long term conservation of the common thresher shark.
- New Technology Helps Predict Harmful Algal Blooms
Aug 8: NOAA scientists use advanced technology to predict harmful algal blooms and provide warnings to aquaculture and other businesses.
- The Science Behind Restoring the Elwha
July 20: What is NOAA Fisheries role in restoring the Elwha River? What type of science goes into restoring a river? Watch this video to see first-hand the science involved.
- Teacher at Sea Gets Video Send Off from Students
May 21: Before NOAA Teacher at Sea Kristy Weaver sets sail on the R/V Savannah for an 8 day reef fish cruise this week, her excited first grade class created a video trailer for the trip. Take a look.
- Scalloping—A Big and Growing Business
May 7: NOAA announces scallop catch will fund 13 cooperative research projects between fishermen and NOAA scientists. Bob Keese, a scallop fisherman out of Chatham, Massachusetts, discusses harvesting sea scallops and the industry.
- Fishermen and Scientists Work Toward Common Goal
April 22: NOAA Scientists and San Diego fishermen combine expertise and innovative tools to better understand depleted groundfish in the Southern California Bight.
- Meet Phil Harris, Black Cod Fisherman
Mar 9: This month, as part of NOAA’s Voices from the Waterfront series, we feature Phil Harris in Southern California Bight. Take a look at how this commercial fisherman delivers fresh sustainable fish to the public.
- Restaurant Owner Dishes on Sustainability
Mar 9: Meet Laura Anderson, owner of Local Ocean Seafoods—a popular seafood restaurant on the waterfront in scenic Newport, Oregon—who shares her strong commitment to fresh, local seafood with her community and beyond.
- Meet Bill Dewey, Shellfish Farmer
Dec 8: This month, as part of NOAA’s Voices from the Waterfront series, we feature Bill Dewey of Taylor Shellfish Farms in Shelton, Washington.Take a look at the unique role aquaculture plays in the local culture and economy.