NEBO Developers

This is the group of folks who are going to make NEBO happen.

Agenda and Post User Feedback for the Kickoff Meeting

NEBO users please read the questions of the October 17th NEBO kickoff meeting. Post your thoughts, comments, and answers at the Kickoff Meeting Agenda and Notes. You must be a NEBO group member to view and edit the Agenda and Notes and other restricted content. Anonymous users cannot see this content.

Nebo Sentinel Sites

Nebo Sentinel Sites

These are the Sentinel Sites

1. Stellwagen bank Marine Sanctuary
2. Northeast Peak, Closed Area II, Habitat of Particular Concern
3. Great South Channel, HAPC?
4. Hudson Canyon Closed Area

Useful Charts and Maps, Proposed Closed Areas and HAPCs

1969/12/31 - 20:00
Council Approved Maps: Peter Auster: "Note that the HAPCs approved for action by the Council are in no way official or in place until the end of the EFH ammendment process. Much can change. Note that one of the maps are the existing habitat (kind-of) closed areas.</p>
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Council Approved Maps

Council Approved Maps

Peter Auster: "Note that the HAPCs approved for action by the Council are in no way official or in place until the end of the EFH ammendment process. Much can change. Note that one of the maps are the existing habitat (kind-of) closed areas. Please make these visible only to NEBO members as the maps were produced for the NEFMC (and MAY have been produced BY NMFS) and are not mine to distruibute."

This map is courtesey of New England Fishery Management Council.

Network of Habitat Closed Areas

Network of Habitat Closed Areas

Peter Auster: "Note that the HAPCs approved for action by the Council are in no way official or in place until the end of the EFH ammendment process. Much can change. Note that one of the maps are the existing habitat (kind-of) closed areas. Please make these visible only to NEBO members as the maps were produced for the NEFMC (and MAY have been produced BY NMFS) and are not mine to distruibute."

This map is courtesey of New England Fishery Management Council.

Hudson Canyon Proposed HAPC

Hudson Canyon Proposed HAPC

Peter Auster: "Note that the HAPCs approved for action by the Council are in no way official or in place until the end of the EFH ammendment process. Much can change. Note that one of the maps are the existing habitat (kind-of) closed areas. Please make these visible only to NEBO members as the maps were produced for the NEFMC (and MAY have been produced BY NMFS) and are not mine to distruibute."

This map is courtesey of New England Fishery Management Council.

Tilefish and Hudson Canyon

1969/12/31 - 20:00

Vince Guida has made a post about Tilefish and Hudson Canyon HERE. You can download a powerpoint file on this subject if you choose.

NEBO Hudson Canyon Tilefish Segment

At our Oct. 17th meeting a request was made for positions and/or charts showing the locations of additional sites for NEBO investigatioin. A PowerPoint file has been uploaded with this message providing maps, images, explanation, and justification for a propose investigation of tilefish habitat adjacent to Hudson Canyon. The proposed investigation deals the use of HabCam to develop a method for stock assessment, and elucidate distribution patterns, community ecology and bioengineering activities by this species.

NEBO Kickoff Meeting

NEBO Kickoff Meeting

From Left to Right

Scott Gallager, Peter Auster, Kari Heinonen, Norman Vine, Amber York, Richard Franks Jr, Dvora Hart, Richard Taylor, Anya Watson, Lou Incze, Yuri Rzhanov

Meeting participants not pictured here: Steve Lerner, Christine Mingione, Chad Demarest, Hauke Kite-Powell, Jon Hare, Kathryn Ford, Vince Guida, and Amy Holt Cline.

NEBO Kickoff Meeting Agenda and Notes

1969/12/31 - 20:00

This list of Questions and Notes comes from our NEBO Kickoff meeting. However, we encourage all participants who did not attend the meeting to contribute as well.

Please post your thoughts and answers to the questions below to guide our survery design and data products.
If you wish, you can attach your own figures if you respond with a "child page." This could be useful for explaining an intended area of survery or an intended data product.