NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS); has unveiled the Coastal Ocean Science Blog; a new communications tool that will give a detailed look into the science taking place across the US at 5 centers and 2 laboratories. The goal is to give a 360-perspective of NCCOS research, from design and implementation, to results and how that science is being used by natural resource managers and partners around the US and its Territories.
The blog includes postings from and interviews with our Principal Investigators (PIs), as well as project partners and collaborators. All of these discussions are with scientists, by scientists.
It also includes journals and publications related to NCCOS’ research and information on “The Buzz” for our end-user perspectives.Those who are interested can visit “NCCOS in the News” to see NCCOS science is making headlines.
The blog is a forum for those interested in being part of the dialogue on science within NOAA’s National Ocean Service and is open to new ideas. The blog welcomes contributions of other scientists doing research in the areas of HABs, Science for Coastal Ecosystem Assessments, Pollution, and the impacts of Climate Change.
For more information contact Becky Wynne at Rebecca.Wynne@noaa.gov or email the blog team NOAAscienceblog@noaa.gov.