News and Announcements

RAINIER launch RA-5 underway off Alaska Peninsula. NOAA Fisheries Investigates Improving Ecosystem Status Reports in U.S. Fisheries Management
June 06, 2022
Current ecosystem status reports are mostly meeting expectations of consulted council and regional office staff and are recognized as great reference, education, and communication tools. Ecosystem information contained in ecosystem status reports can be used in other products that may serve as on-ramps into the management process. 
Sarah Gaichas presents ecosystem approach to fisheries management at UN NOAA Fisheries is Leading the United Nations in Advancing Ecosystem Approaches to Fisheries Management
June 01, 2022
Ecosystem Approaches to Fisheries Management are key to addressing the many different challenges we are currently facing, such as climate change, and balancing the needs of nature and society for a more sustainable future. Senior Scientist for Ecosystems at NOAA Fisheries, Jason Link, and Research Fishery Biologist with the Northeast IEA team, Sarah Gaichas, presented to a United Nations consultation.
NE SOE Tune in Wed, May 11th to a Webinar on the Northeast State of the Ecosystem: 2022 Overview
May 11, 2022
Please join us as we host a presentation on the State of the Ecosystem: 2022 Overview.
Global view of marine heatwaves Global Seasonal Forecasts of Marine Heatwaves
April 26, 2022
A newly published paper could help fishing fleets, ocean managers, and coastal communities anticipate the ecological and economic effects of marine heatwaves.
NE SOE NOAA Fisheries releases new video looking at environmental conditions in the Northeast for 2022
April 25, 2022
Watch this video that summarizes NOAA's northeast IEA team's 2022 State of the Ecosystem Reports.
Screen shot of website featuring PFMC revised Fishery Ecosystem Plan Revised Fishery Ecosystem Plan Adopted
April 22, 2022
The Pacific Fishery Management Council adopted a revised Fishery Ecosystem Plan, the culmination of a 5-year review process with steady contributions from the California Current Integrated Ecosystem Assessment team.
NOAA ship oscar sette NOAA Researchers Study Coral Reef Biodiversity Along Hawai'i Coast
April 06, 2022
Researchers use environmental DNA to identify the species that inhabit the coral reefs around the Big Island of Hawai'i.
fishing vessel in Stellwagen Bank National marine Sanctuary Changing Oceanographic Conditions And Environmental Justice Concerns In The Northeast Shelf
April 05, 2022
The latest State of the Ecosystem Reports highlight fishing communities with environmental justice concerns and potential risks to fishery management from proposed offshore wind energy development.
offshore wind energy Postdoctoral Scholar Position Available
March 22, 2022
The CCIEA program is seeking a highly motivated researcher to coordinate and lead an interdisciplinary project focused on Understanding Spatial Interactions Across Ocean-use Sectors in a Changing Climate.
2022 California Current Ecosystem Status report New Snapshot of California Current Shows a System of Extremes
March 15, 2022
Favorable physical conditions over the shelf and slope are providing a good forage base for a variety of marine species, according to the latest California Current Ecosystem Status Report.