NCCOSNational Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (US NOAA)
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NCCOS is also sponsoring 39 other continuing projects.
This study shows that we can add carbon sequestration to the reasons to use natural, living shorelines, along with preventing shoreline erosion, the clearing of nutrient pollution and protecting the habitats of essential fish populations, said the studys co-author Carolyn Currin, Ph.D., a NOAA NCCOS scientist.
This project was a partnership between Currin, Davis, both at the NCCOS laboratory in Beaufort, North Carolina, and three undergraduate co-authors, all of whom were awarded internships through the NOAA Hollings Scholar Program and the NOAA College-Supported Internship program.
This work was supported by a competitive grant awarded by the MERHAB program specifically for assay development as well as a NOAA NCCOS Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms (ECOHAB) grant GAD# R83-1705) and two Monitoring and Event Response for Harmful Algal Blooms (MERHAB) grants: NA04NOS4780239-03 and NA05NOS4781228.