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NOAA Live! Webinars

NOAA Live! Webinars • Wednesdays at 4 pm ET • Tuesdays at 3 pm ET – Alaska Series Features •  Different NOAA expert and topic with each webinar •  Moderated Q&A webinars with the scientists •  Geared toward Grades 2-8 •  Archive of past webinars with English captions and Spanish subtitles •  Why do we…

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Webinars: NOAA Live! archive

NOAA Live! Webinars   The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s Regional Collaboration Network in conjunction with Woods Hole Sea Grant and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is offering this series on Wednesdays at 4 pm ET during the 2020-2021 school year.  We are also pleased to highlight the NOAA Live! Alaska Series, sponsored by…

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Suggested Educational Resources For Use During School Closures

Educational resources used during school closures Woods Hole Sea Grant is pleased to be able to provide this list of educational resources to assist families and teachers with ideas and on-line programming for use during the unique school situations in response to COVID-19. IMPORTANT: Please check with state and/or local officials for the latest information…

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Surf Clams

Surf Clams In the marketplace, one-year-old surf clams are known as “New England Butter Clams” – a relatively new product on the market. Farming New England Butter Clams means they can be harvested at a size in which they are tender, buttery and sweet – as well as easy and versatile to prepare. This results…

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June 2018 Newsletter

Coastal Impacts Woods Hole Sea Grant Newsletter June 2018 From the Director With the summer upon us, many locals and frequent visitors to the Cape will be returning to their favorite beaches to find them quite different than last year. Perhaps there are fewer parking spaces or the beach access has been relocated. The past…

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Reporting from the Heart of the Storm

Reporting from the Heart of the Storm Overwash at Nauset Beach in Eastham, Mass. The winter storms of 2018 are experiences most of New Englanders would like to forget. However, the pounding the region took through the month of March left an indelible mark on many north and east facing towns and beaches, destroying homes,…

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Marine Debris

Marine Debris Marine debris is a global problem that injures and kills marine animals, threatens to navigational safety, and poses a human health threat.  Woods Hole Sea Grant is dedicated to the reduction of marine debris, regionally and globally. We are actively involved in the mitigation of marine debris in our environment through education and awareness…

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