• Marine Education Program

    CCS marine education provides K-12 and public education programming throughout the year connecting children and adults to the coastal ...

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  • Marine Animal Entanglement Response

    Since 1984, the CCS has freed more than 200 large whales and other marine animals from life threatening entanglements.

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  • Humpback Whale Research

    CCS has studied the Gulf of Maine humpback whale population continuously since the 1970s and is the only institution to routinely monitor it across its...

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  • Seal Research

    Our work includes the development of a photo-identification catalog and database of individual gray seals from Cape Cod.

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Press

  • Monday, May 18, 2015

    Humpback whale, Spinnaker, disentangled for third time by CCS MAER

  • Friday, May 8, 2015

    Endangered whale struck, injured in Cape Cod Bay. Mariners urged to slow down, post lookouts.

  • Wednesday, April 29, 2015

    IWC and CCS Global Whale Entanglement Network poised for continued expansion

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Events

CCS presents: “Environmental Effects on the Distribution of Squid”

The Center for Coastal Studies presents “Environmental Effects on the Distribution of Squid” by Owen Nichols, Director of the Center’s Marine Fisheries program, on Wednesday, May 27 at 7 pm at Napi’s Restaurant, Provincetown. For details please call 508-487-3622 x103 or email ccs@coastalstudies.org This free presentation …

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