Cape Cod Bay

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the southern part of Massachusetts Bay

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This is also the latest encounter to occur in the Cape Cod Bay, which has seen a spike in shark activity this summer.
We excluded MA South (all years), Offshore (all years), LIS West (2006), and Cape Cod Bay (2005) because we did not have data from more than 1 collection trip for those regions in those years.
SYSTEM Animal welfare worker tags the animals SMILES BETTER Two are prepared for release into sea HOME SWEET HOME Team help beached dolphins return to the water IN SAFE HANDS Dolphins are carried to be released back into Cape Cod Bay
However, a few crabs have traveled as far as Cape Cod Bay and Delaware Bay after being tagged on Long Island.
This disease has spread from its original locale (Buzzard's Bay, Mass.) to the eastern Long--Island Sound; Cape Cod Bay, Mass.: Kittery, Maine; and the offshore waters of New England.
As the glacier went north, a mile and a half of sand dropped into Cape Cod Bay."
In North America, the seven-mile Cape Cod Canal connects New England's Buzzards Bay and Cape Cod Bay, making the Cape Cod Peninsula an island of sorts and saving 135 miles for ships sailing up the East Coast bound for Boston.
Coverage ranges from the agricultural practices of the prehistoric Hopewell Indians to the effects of recent development on the Cape Cod Bay ecosystem.
Recently ELSD lobsters have been observed in Cape Cod Bay (Massachusetts), Kittery (Maine), and in offshore waters of New England (1).
I interviewed him during a visit to a potential location for extended retreats for the community: a Swedenborgian center located on Cape Cod Bay in Duxbury, Massachusetts.
We'll cycle through oak and pinewoods; past cranberry bogs and massive dunes; and beside the white sand beaches of Cape Cod Bay, Buzzards Bay, and Nantucket Sound.
The Cape Cod Canal was opened, connecting Cape Cod Bay and Buzzards Bay.
The Orpheus, WHOI's latest underwater vehicle that's part of a whole new breed of autonomous underwater vehicles, took its first dive outside Cape Cod Bay in September 2018.