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Theme Booklet: Environmental Technologies WHOI Sea Grant 4 pp., 2000 WHOI-G-00-006 Also available online: click here Learn more of WHOI Sea Grant’s investment in environmental technologies which has resulted in the development of new tools for analyzing and interpreting the effects of toxic chemicals on the reproduction, development, and disease defenses in marine animals and…

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  Coastal Impacts Woods Hole Sea Grant Newsletter DECEMBER 2020 CONTENTS Letter from the Director WHSG Continues DEI Efforts with Recording of Virtual Seminar on Systematic Racism in America Women in STEM Panel Discussion, Part of Girls In Science Program,  Available For Viewing Online New Extension Bulletin Available On Use of Discarded Christmas Trees New…

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Teacher Workshop April 2002 “Determining the Resistance of Marine Animals to Environmental Chemicals” Dr. Mark Hahn, WHOI, Biology Department Dr. Hahn’s major research interests include receptor-mediated mechanisms of toxicity, and means of adaptation and acquired resistance to exposure to persistent organic pollutants. This presentation centered on looking at toxins in the marine environment, particularly dioxins,…

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Controls on Nitrogen Fluxes from Estuarine Sediments: The Importance of Salinity Anne E. Giblin and Charles S. Hopkinson, Jr., The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory Nitrogen is the key element limiting primary production in estuaries. While a great deal of research has been done to examine the relationship between nitrogen loading from a watershed and…

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Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Woods Hole Sea Grant is committed to building inclusive marine science programs that serve people with unique backgrounds, circumstances, needs, perspectives, and ways of thinking. To help further this mission, the program has awarded funding to eight projects aimed at taking steps toward addressing the issue. “Woods Hole Sea Grant…

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Virtual Tours Monterey Bay Aquarium: It can be Shark Week every week thanks to live online footage of Monterey Bay’s Habitat exhibit. Oxford University’s History of Science Museum. Oxford, England Museo Galileo Natural History Museum (NHM) in London. San Diego Zoo The San Diego Zoo has a website just for kids with amazing videos, activities,…

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