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News Release 18-008

Scientists present new long-term ecological research results at annual ocean sciences conference

Highlights include the health of U.S. East Coast salt marshes; influence of sea ice patterns on penguins; diet of blue whales in the California Current

Pacific sardine

The Pacific sardine is an important species in NSF's California Current Ecosystem LTER Site.

Credit: NSF California Current Ecosystem LTER Site


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seawater viewed under microscope

What lives in seawater? Scientists at NSF's Northeast U.S. Shelf LTER Site are finding new answers.

Credit: Northeast U.S. Shelf LTER Site


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oysters grow in cages

Economically important oysters grow in cages at NSF's Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER Site.

Credit: NSF Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER Site


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Antarctica penguins

Scientists at NSF's Palmer Station, Antarctica, LTER Site study penguins and sea ice patterns.

Credit: Donna Patterson


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Creek banks

Creek banks supply critical sediment to the salt marshes of NSF's Plum Island Ecosystems LTER site.

Credit: NSF Plum Island Ecosystems LTER Site


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Marine ecologists at NSF's Virginia Coast Reserve

Marine ecologists at NSF's Virginia Coast Reserve LTER Site conduct research on seagrasses.

Credit: Zambello Photography


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