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Online Resource Cruise Report: Cordell Bank NMS, R/V Fulmar, May 2007
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Online Resource Olympic Coast NMS: Quick Look Report - Bell M. Shimada, 2019, SH-19-07
Olympic Coast NMS: Quick Look Report - Patterns in Deep Sea Coral and Sponge Communities of Olympic Coast 2019
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Regional Field Initiative WC Fieldwork FY18-21
West Coast Deep-Sea Coral Initiative (WCDSCI)
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Online Resource WCDSCI Science Plan 2018-2021
West Coast Deep-Sea Coral Initiative Science Plan (2018-2021)
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NonFieldWork FY16-05 Enhancement of a coral and sponge field guide
Enhancement of a coral and sponge field guide for the Pacific region
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NonFieldWork FY11 05 Southern California Image Analysis
Analysis and Visualization of Deep Corals and Commercial Fishing Interactions in Southern California
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Olympic Coast NMS
In order to meet the needs for additional information on deep-sea corals (DSC), surveys of DSC ecosystems in the OCNMS were conducted utilizing a ROV and an AUV off the NOAA Ship McArthur II in June 2010. Both survey vehicles targeted known or suspected DSC sites both inside the current EFH conservation area known as 'Olympic 2'. Sampling also targeted adjacent areas that have been proposed as boundary expansions and/or have additional fishery restrictions.
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Grays Canyon
Images of the seafloor were collected using two 5 Megapixel,12 bit dynamic range Prosilica GigE cameras. One camera was mounted to look directly downward and the second camera was angled forward at 30°. Lighting was provided by a strobe synced with the cameras. Two downward parallel lasers were used to estimate the sizes of organisms in photographs.
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Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary
Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary is an area of national significance because of its exceptional natural beauty and resources. It encompasses approximately 1,470 square miles (or 1,110 square nautical miles) of water surrounding Anacapa, Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa, San Miguel and Santa Barbara Islands, extending from mean high tide to six nautical miles offshore around each of the five islands. The sanctuary's primary goal is the protection of the natural and cultural resources contained within its boundaries.
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Hidden Reef Cowcod Conservation Area
The Hidden Reef study site covers about 290 km² and is located within the Cowcod Conservation Area (CCA), which was closed to bottom-contact fishing gear by the Pacific Fishery Management Council in 2001. This area also was protected in 2006 under Essential Fish Habitat (EFH) regulations (NMFS 2005). Prior to CCA and EFH designation, this area was a longtime focus of intense fishing effort in southern CA.
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