• Kemp's Arrive in Galveston

    Kemp's Ridley Hatchlings arrive for first time at Galveston Laboratory Turtle Facility in over a decade. Read More . . .

  • Hydrodynamic regulation of food webs

    Food web mixing models based on stable isotope analysis show that the importance of Spartina trophic support for common nekton may be regulated by the duration of marsh surface flooding. Read More . . .

  • Three Decades of White Shrimp Landings Statistics

    Gulf of Mexico, white shrimp,Litopenaeus setiferus, catch statistics have been collected by NOAA’s NMFS for over 50 years. Here we report shrimp data collected from 1984 to 2011. Read More . . .

  • Litopenaeus setiferus population dynamics

    Processes regulating juvenile growth and mortality of white shrimp Litopenaeus setiferus in coastal nurseries may be particularly important in regulating offshore adult population size and sustainability. Read More . . .

  • Habitat use of queen conch, Strombus gigas

    Habitat use and movement patterns of queen conch differ by size and maturity status, making it important to identify areas and habitat types that can play a role in the recovery of this species. Read More . . .

Regional Connections

Alaska

Alaska

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Northwest

Northwest

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Pacific Islands

Pacific Islands

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Southwest

Southwest

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Southeast & Carib.

Southeast & Caribbean

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Northeast

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What's New

03/26/2014:
Home range, movement rates, and habitat use of queen conch, Strombus gigas, in St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands..
03/24/2014:
Juvenile growth and mortality effects on white shrimp Litopenaeus setiferus population dynamics in the northern Gulf of Mexico..
02/25/2014:
Three decades of US Gulf of Mexico white shrimp, Litopenaeus setiferus, commercial catch statistics..
12/27/2013:
NOAA Fisheries Announces a Cost Sharing Program for the Electronic Logbook (ELB) Program in the Gulf of Mexico Shrimp Fishery.
09/17/2013:
Hydrodynamic regulation of salt marsh contributions to aquatic food webs.
08/24/2013:
Kemp's Ridley Hatchlings arrive at Galveston Sea Turtle Facility for first time in over a decade.
08/20/2013:
SPGM Electronic Logbook (ELB) Program Enhanced Using Cellular.
07/31/2013:
Successfully Rehabilitated Loggerhead Released.
07/15/2013:
Shrimp Fishery to Re-Open Off Texas on July, 15, 2013.
07/02/2013:
2013 Brown Shrimp Forecast.
05/22/2013:
A Comparison of Salt Marsh Construction Costs with the Value of Exported Shrimp Production.
05/20/2013:
A Comparative Assessment of Gulf Estuarine Systems (CAGES)
04/30/2013:
We've picked a winner in our Ocean Discovery Day Logo contest!!
03/23/2013:
Saturday, March 23, 2013 NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service and National Ocean Service hosted the 6th Annual Ocean Discovery Day.
02/14/2013:
Characterization of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic penaeid and rock shrimp fisheries based on observer data.
02/11/2013:
Sea Turtle Saturday Feb. 16, 2013
01/26/2013:
Ocean Discovery Day 2013 Date Announced!
07/03/2012 :
Texas Opening Announced: July 15, 2012
05/08/2012 :
Texas Closure Announced: May 15, 2012
05/07/2012 :
Sea turtle tours are back and available by appointment only.

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