NOAA Aquaculture Program



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NOAA Climate Program Office:: Assists by sponsoring focused scientific research aimed at understanding climate variability and it predictability.

NOAA: Agreement on the International Dolphin Conservation Program (AIDCP):: Summary provided by the US National Marine Fisheries Service that explains changes in laws regarding species protection. Features links to articles, reports and related sites.

Aquaculture: Collaborative Research Support Program:: CRSP aims to advance science, research and education in aquatic resources by encouraging international partnerships. Produces newsletters and research reports and provides a central database.

Open Ocean Aquaculture Program at the University of New Hampshire:: The overall goal of the project is to stimulate the further development of commercial aquaculture in New England, thereby increasing seafood production, creating new employment opportunities, and contributing to economic and community development.

NOAA Fisheries:: NOAA Fisheries is dedicated to protecting and preserving our nation's living marine resources through scientific research, fisheries management, enforcement, and habitat conservation. The Northwest Region of NOAA Fisheries administers fisheries programs along the coasts of Oregon and Washington, and in the vast inland habitats of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho where Pacific salmon migrate. The Northwest Region works to conserve, protect, and manag

NOAA Climate Services:: Portal to NOAA's climate data. NOAA Climate Services was formed to help the U.S. businesses, communities, and governments better understand and forecast the changing climate.

NOAA Fisheries Service:: NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service is the federal agency, a division of the Department of Commerce, responsible for the stewardship of the nation's living marine resources and their habitat. NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service is responsible for the management, conservation and protection of living marine resources within the United States' Exclusive Economic Zone (water three to 200 mile offshore). Using the tools provided by the Magn

NOAA Fisheries Alaska:: The Alaska Region of NOAA Fisheries oversees sustainable fisheries that produce about half the fish caught in US waters, with responsibilities covering 842,000 square nautical miles off Alaska. The Alaska Region also works to ensure the viability of protected species—principally marine mammals—and to protect and enhance Alaska's marine habitat.

NOAAWatch: NOAA's All-Hazard Monitor:: NOAAWatch provides public access to current information on a number of weather and environmental threats ranging from oil spills, to hurricanes and tsunamis, to space weather.

Severe Weather Awareness - NOAA:: Know what actions to take to protect yourself, family, pets, and property against severe weather: thunderstorms, high winds, hail, lightning, tornadoes, and floods.

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Regional Aquaculture Information System (RAIS)
Silozuri cereale (PrimeAgriculture)
Indiana Aquaculture Association
California Aquaculture Association