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      By comparing fish in the agriculturally-dominated Corsica River with fish caught in developed
      or forested rivers, we learn how land use affects fish health, diversity, and abundance. In the
      Chesapeake Bay, we catch more fish in nutrient-rich rivers adjacent to farms, but those fish are
      less healthy and more likely to carry disease. Photo credit: Tracy Gill.
By comparing fish in the agriculturally-dominated Corsica River with fish caught in developed or forested rivers, we learn how land use affects fish health, diversity, and abundance. In the Chesapeake Bay, we catch more fish in nutrient-rich rivers adjacent to farms, but those fish are less healthy and more likely to carry disease. Photo credit: Tracy Gill.

The NCCOS Project Explorer provides a snapshot of our official, discrete lines of research. The database includes intramural research conducted across our Centers, as well as funded extramural projects. It is an up-to-date resource and includes the option of searching all projects by our research themes, keywords, and the project's primary contact.

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NCCOS actively shares information about the work we do, and we provide the following options for viewing information about our projects: