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Policy Management and Budget, External News
Mother and child manatee
4/20/2016
Manatee Research
Policy Management and Budget, External News
Sea Otter selfie
4/20/2016
Sea otters were believed to be extinct in the contiguous United States by the time protections were enacted in the early 20th century. The maritime fur trade of the 18th and 19th centuries had reduced the original sea otter population from a probable few hundred thousand animals, distributed along the North Pacific coast between northern Japan and central Baja California, Mexico, to less than a few thousand.
Policy Management and Budget, External News
Investment in repairs to Fort Jefferson, at Dry Tortugas National Park in South Florida, should consider historical integrity and long-term sustainability of the structure and the island, which are vulnerable to climate change impacts. Photo credit: Marcy Rockman, NPS
4/20/2016
Investment in repairs to Fort Jefferson, at Dry Tortugas National Park in South Florida, should consider historical integrity and long-term sustainability of the structure and the island, which are vulnerable to climate change impacts.
Policy Management and Budget, External News
Shorebirds on the beach
4/20/2016
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Sandbags on endangered beach community
1/1/2016
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“Excellence in Partnering” award for deep sea exploration
1/1/2016
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Policy Management and Budget, External News
DOI signs MOU with Cuba
1/1/2016
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Policy Management and Budget, Conservation, External News
KIMU-inflight-Tim Melling
12/9/2015
NPS and USFWS are monitoring the Kittlitz’s murrelet to advance our understanding of climate changes occurring in the dynamic Glacier Bay ecosystem.
Policy Management and Budget, Conservation, External News
New York dock - Heilemann
12/9/2015
More than $40 billion of National Park Service assets, including infrastructure and historic and cultural resources, are at high risk of damage from sea-level rise caused by climate change.
Policy Management and Budget, New Energy Frontier, External News
BOEM offshore wind turbines
12/9/2015
DOI and BOEM celebrate an historic milestone for America’s first commercial scale offshore wind farm.
External News
Topobathymetric Elevation data map
6/24/2015
Seamless elevation data for land and submarine areas is essential for informing risk reduction efforts in coastal regions.
External News
Turtle-Friendly Lighting
6/24/2015
Reducing light pollution along developed shorelines by replacing white lights with amber colored LEDs can reduce disorientation in sea turtle hatchlings
External News
Marine app map
6/24/2015
This interactive map viewer provides easy-to-understand cartographic representations, 250 coastal and ocean data layers, and a searchable data registry.
External News
Landscape Conservation Cooperatives logo
6/24/2015
LCC networks provide a forum where entities can come together to consider the larger landscape perspective and collectively find conservation solutions
External News
Can you make it to higher ground?
6/24/2015
New app developed by USGS helps emergency managers estimate how long it takes to travel on foot out of a tsunami-hazard zone
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