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Scientists integrate data in three dimensions to study climate effects on young fish
Date:7/7/2008

o imagery. Tissue and diet samples are collected from the animals and brought back to the laboratory.

"Right now we are characterizing the living marine resources and their habitats. We're mainly interested in how the early life histories of fish effect the survival and productivity of the commercially and recreationally important species of our region," Manderson said. "We hope to expand the studies to examine habitat effects on growth and mortality and the reproduction of adults. We will also be developing integrated laboratory and field experiments, allowing us to model distribution of species, recruitment of year classes, and other useful information."

Manderson says the ECOS project, funded by NOAA, is a step forward in coastal fisheries research because they are looking at fish habitats holistically and dynamically in areas close to shore that have not been well studied.

"We're using a variety of real and near real-time data that integrate information and present a three-dimensional view of the environment," he said. "We're able to move with a moving ocean, sampling with advanced technology and seeing it as it happens so we can adjust our sampling strategies as necessary. It is exciting to think of the possibilities."


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Contact: Shelley Dawicki
shelley.dawicki@noaa.gov
508-495-2378
NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service
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