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1. Atlantic Beach Guardian Program [gomc_7]
Species at Risk: The Nova Scotia Piping Plover Guardian Program (NSPPGP) was started in 1992 to recruit and train volunteers to decrease the disturbance by humans on beaches where Piping Plovers ...


2. Atlantic Canada Shellfish Water Quality Protection Program [gomc_16]
Monitoring data and results are published in departmental reports. This program is designed to protect consumers of shellfish from health hazards associated with bacterial contamination ...


3. Atlantic Canada Shorebird Survey [gomc_29]
The North American Bird Monitoring Projects Database is a website dedicated to bird monitoring in North America. It contains information about several hundreds bird monitoring projects from Mexico, ...


4. Atlantic Salmon Restoration Program [gomc_178]
Salmon Program Outlook: The brood stock program, operating since 1993, is part of the Merrimack River Anadromous Fish Restoration Program. Before they are released, these brood fish provide eggs for ...


5. Atlantic Salmon Watersheds [gomc_359]
Welcome to PEARL's focus on the Atlantic Salmon Watersheds. These pages are being designed to provide direct access to key data sets and information summaries for the salmon watersheds. Completion ...


6. Bacteria Monitoring Program [gomc_179]
The EMAP National Coastal Database contains estuarine and coastal data that EMAP and Regional-EMAP have collected since 1990 from thousands of stations along the U.S. coasts. These data ...


7. BayWatchers [gomc_158]
The Coalition for Buzzards Bay is a membership-supported non profit organization dedicated to the restoration, protection and sustainable use and enjoyment of our irreplaceable Bay and ...


8. Beach Profiling Project [gomc_94]
The sandy beaches in southern Maine are one of the state's primary tourist attractions, as well as important habitats for wildlife. Beaches are dynamic features, however, that respond to a variety ...


9. Beach Program [gomc_180]
Beach Program personnel monitor and sample beaches throughout the state from mid-June through Labor Day. About 170 public bathing beaches on lakes, rivers, and ...


10. Beach Watch Program [gomc_61]
The Beaches Environmental Assessment and Coastal Health (BEACH) Program focuses on the following five areas to meet the goals of improving public health and environmental protection for ...


11. Biotoxin Monitoring Program [gomc_9]
Bivalve shellfish are highly sensitive to the quality of their marine environment. They feed on microscopic plants that can sometimes produce marine biotoxins, which can build ...


12. Bird Challenge (Bird Identification And Tally) [gomc_8]
Students record birds sighted during the last weekend in May and combine their results in whole school tallies, which are compared to results across Canada. SEEDS estimates that we have reached ...


13. Birds Oiled at Sea [gomc_327]
Oil released at sea, whether from chronic operational discharges or accidental spills, can directly kill any seabird that it touches on the sea surface. This oiling causes severe distress ...


14. Blue Hill Bay Monitoring Program [gomc_116]
In the summer of 1999, the Marine Environmental Research Institute (MERI) initiated coastal monitoring activities in Blue Hill Bay in collaboration with the University of Maine, the Department of ...


15. Mount Desert Island Water Quality Monitoring [gomc_131]
MDIWQC monitors the water around Mount Desert Island for the Maine Shore Stewards program. When we monitor for phytoplankton we are trying to detect 4 toxic types of organisms: Alexandrium, Prorocentrum, ...


16. PULSE of the Gulf of Maine; Partnership for Pelagic Ecosystem Monitoring in the Gulf of Maine Data [WEBCOAST_COOA_PULSE_Eco_Monitor]
PULSE, the Partnership for Pelagic Ecosystem Monitoring in the Gulf of Maine Data, collects weekly samples of the state of the pelagic ecosystem in the Gulf of Maine at two fixed sites: GoMOOS Buoy ...


17. Phytoplankton Monitoring [gomc_46]
The Government of Canada administers the Canadian Shellfish Sanitation Program (CSSP) to protect public health by routinely monitoring water quality in shellfish harvesting areas and toxin levels ...


18. MODIS Aggregate for the Gulf of Maine; MODIS Ocean Products SST and Chlorophyll-a 8-Day L2 Global 1.25 km Lambert Grid, DOY: 305, 2000 to present [WEBCOAST_US_MOD_SST-CHL]
This dataset represents spatial aggregates of a variable number of granules of the MODIS Ocean standard level 2 products that cover the Gulf of Maine. Each product is an 8-day composite, which was ...


19. Mussel Watch Project [gomc_79]
Mussel Watch is the longest continuous contaminant monitoring program in U.S. coastal waters. The project analyzes chemical and biological contaminant trends in sediment and bivalve tissue collected ...


20. National Coastal Assessment/Coastal 2000s [gomc_82]   CHILD METADATA   PARENT METADATA
The US EPA's National Coastal Assessment surveys the condition of the Nation's coastal resources by creating an integrated, comprehensive monitoring program among the coastal states. To answer broad-scale ...


21. New Brunswick Dept. of the Environment and Local Government - Aquaculture Approvals Program [gomc_45]
The Program provides a yearly assessment of the benthic sediment conditions directly below marine finfish aquaculture facilities in New Brunswick. The program was implemented in 2002 and will continue ...


22. New England Lobster Settlement Index [gomc_120]
The New England lobster settlement index is a sampling program supported by Maine, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. The goal of the program is to evaluate the strength of lobster year ...


23. New Hampshire Coastal 2000 - 2002 Gulf of Maine Assessment [gomc_202]   PARENT METADATA
The US EPA National Coastal Assessment (also known as Coastal 2000 or C2000) is a five-year effort led by the EPA Office of Research and Development to evaluate the assessment methods it has developed ...


24. New Hampshire Estuaries Project [gomc_215]   CHILD METADATA
The New Hampshire Estuaries Project (NHEP) compiles data from many coastal and estuarine monitoring programs to assess the status and trends of environmental indicators in the Great Bay and Hampton/Seabrook ...


25. New Hampshire Gulf Watch Program [gomc_360]
Study design: parameters -- heavy metals and toxic organic contaminants in blue mussel, oyster, and clam tissue. Type: Bay Waterbody or Watershed Names: GREAT BAY ESTUARY; RYE HARBOR; HAMPTON-SEABROOK ...


26. New Hampshire Horseshoe Crab Survey [gomc_192]
Volunteers are asked to report horseshoe crab sightings in New Hampshire. Type: Estuary Waterbody or Watershed Names: Great Bay Estuary; ...


27. New Hampshire Shellfish Program [gomc_206]
To ensure the protection of public health, the Shellfish Program maintains a number of monitoring programs. The Ambient Monitoring program involves regular collection of ...


28. New York Power Authority Ichthyoplankton and Juvenile Fish Sampling [gomc_232]
Data are available on CD and can be obtained by contacting NYPA by email or phone. The data set includes biweekly spatial and temporal distributions of ichthyoplankton in Raritan Bay, New York ...


29. New York State Shellfish Land Certification Program [gomc_231]
The Shellfisheries Section of the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) manages bivalve shellfish, such as clams, oysters, mussels and scallops. Lobsters, crabs and shrimp are not included. ...


30. North American Bat House Research Project [gomc_3]
BCI's mission is to teach people the value of bats, to protect and conserve critical bat habitats, and to advance scientific knowledge through research. All this while using ...


31. North Shore Volunteer River Herring Counts [gomc_170]
An expanding program of NGO-sponsored and citizen-based monitoring programs has collected data on the spring upstream spawning runs of river herring in the Great Marsh and the North Coastal Watershed, ...


32. Open Ocean Aquaculture Gulf of Maine; Buoy data, Isle of Shoals, New Hampshire [WEBCOAST_COOA_Ocean_Aquaculture]
Data are collected every 15 min from instruments deployed at 3 depths on a single buoy: Buoy location: 42° 56.724 N, 70° 37.715 W, 1.8 km south of the Isle of Shoals, off Portsmouth, NH, USA. On ...


33. Ozone Monitoring Program [gomc_136]
The Bureau of Air Quality operates and maintains a variety of ambient air monitoring equipment around the state. Some of these instruments operate on a continuous basis and provide hourly averages ...


34. Penobscot River Synthesis [gomc_358]
This project, currently underway, is compiling a literature review and data inventory of past and current research in the Penobscot River and its watershed. Anticipating increased interest in the ...


35. Petitcodiac River Keepers [gomc_348]
The Petitcodiac River, which flows into Shepody Bay, drains a 3,000 km2 watershed area situated at the far reaches of the Inner Bay of Fundy. It is the source of life of the most important ecosystem ...


36. REACH Gulf of Maine; Regional Ecology and Coastal Hydrography Data in the Western Gulf of Maine [WEBCOAST_COOA_REACH]
REACH conducted monthly field investigations on the R/V Gulf Challenger to sample four stations along a cross-shelf transect off Portsmouth, NH in the Western Gulf of Maine. As of 2004, REACH cruises ...


37. Restoration and Establishment of Sea Run Fisheries [gomc_240]
Monitoring results are reported each year in Federal Aid Sportfish Restoration performance reports. To restore or create self-sustaining runs of American shad and river herring to selected river ...


38. Rhode Island Department of Health Beach Monitoring Program [gomc_249]
Levels of bacteria in Rhode Island's beaches are related to rainfall, CSO's, and the presence of waterfowl. In periods of dry weather water quality at beaches is consistently within acceptable limits. ...


39. SALT MARSH MONITORING [gomc_172]
We decided to use small wells placed at three depths in patches of Phragmites. We developed the following three objectives: 1) Examine soil water salinity in shallow, moderate and deep soils of ...


40. SALT MARSH RESTORATION LONG -TERM MONITORING [gomc_143]
The Wells NERR research department studies and monitors change in Gulf of Maine estuaries, coastal habitats, and adjacent coastal watersheds, and produces science-based information needed ...


41. Sable Island Weather Station [gomc_58]
The Sable Island Station is the only permanently staffed facility on the Island. For many decades it was referred to as "the weather station". Indeed, for many decades the operation's primary role ...


42. Seabird Monitoring Program [gomc_37]
The Grand Manan Whale and Seabird Research Station (GMWSRS) is a non-profit research facility located on the east coast of Canada on Grand Manan Island in the Bay of Fundy. Waterbody or Watershed ...


43. SeagrassNet, a Seagrass Monitoring Network [gomc_2]
SeagrassNet to date is a successful monitoring program, providing the foundations for a long-term database that can evaluate the impact of human activity on the coastal ocean as well as global climate ...


44. Seals as Sentinels [gomc_151]
Harbor seals in the Gulf of Maine show high tissue levels of PCBs, dioxins, mercury and other industrial pollutants. MERI Founder and Executive Director Dr. Shaw will share these findings and others ...


45. Sentinel Species Monitoring Saint John Harbour Estuary [gomc_354]
The overall objective is to develop sensitive environmental monitoring programs that identify important impacts, the mechanisms of impact, and the stressors responsible for the impacts. The long ...


46. Shellfish Sanitation Water Quality Monitoring [gomc_147]


47. Shellfish and Aquaculture Monitoring [gomc_234]
The Connecticut Department of Agriculture is the lead State agency responsible for shellfish and aquaculture. The Bureau performs coastal sanitary surveys along Connecticut's 250-mile shoreline and ...


48. Small Mammal Monitoring at Cape Cod National Seashore [gomc_174]
Small mammal monitoring at Cape Cod National Seashore began in 2000. Small mammals are an important component of the park's fauna. In addition to their direct contribution to species richness, they ...


49. Southern Maine Beach Profile Monitoring Program [gomc_148]
SUMMARY of 1999 - 2001 data - Moderately and highly developed beaches experienced more change.In geological time, two years cannot be considered a trend. But the first patterns to emerge suggest ...


50. St. Croix Estuary Program [gomc_44]
SCEP's early work focused on surveying the resources of the estuary area, monitoring water quality, and identifying environmental and social issues. This effort culminated in the development ...


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