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Benthic data for corals, macroalgae, invertebrates, and non-living bottom types from Fagatele Bay, Pago Pago, and Fagasa, American Samoa, 2004-2008.

DataSet on Corals from North America

This data set was derived from surveys in Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Pago Pago (Rainmaker and Aua), and Fagasa (Sita Bay and Cape Larsen) conducted in 2004 and 2007-2008.

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Water quality data – North Puget Sound Chinook salmon captive propagation

DataSet on Chinook Salmon from North America

NOAA Fisheries is a cooperator with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Lummi, Nooksack, and Stillaguamish Tribes in a 10-year program to rebuild the South Fork Nooksack River spring Chinook and Stillaguamish River fall Chinook stocks through a captive broodstock program.

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John Day Steelhead – Genetic Monitoring of John Day Steelhead

DataSet on Steelhead from North America

Assist Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) in determining the extent to which genetic introgression exists between Snake River hatchery steelhead straying into the John Day Basin and the local ESA-listed summer steelhead, and to verify the existing Technical Recovery Team (TRT) population designations within the John Day system. Results of this research will be used to inform the management and conservation of John Day River Basin steelhead.

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Background Deposition of Bird Carcasses on Walkable Beaches and in Marshes

DataSet on Bird from North America

This dataset contains the data collected during Deepwater Horizon Bird Study #24 (Background Carcass Deposition). Field surveys associated with BS #24 occurred during the summer of 2015.

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Colonial, Marsh, and Shorebird Sample Processing

DataSet on Shorebirds from North America

Deepwater Horizon Bird Studies #3, 4, and 5 each had two primary components: 1) to estimate the proportion of visibly oiled birds via observational surveys and 2) to estimate the mortality rates of both oiled and unoiled adult birds using satellite and/or radio telemetry.

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