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Teacher Workshop: April 17, 2015   Seals on Cape Cod, Seals as Sentinels Presenters Dr. Rebecca Gast http://www.whoi.edu/hpb/Site.do?id=585 Dr. Andrea Bogomolni http://www.whoi.edu/profile/abogomolni/   Schedule: 8:45-9:15 Arrive, pick up parking passes, and park in School St. lot, walk to WHOI Exhibit Center Breakfast: pastries, coffee, juice 9:30 – Quick introduction to WHOI, Sea Grant, and Exhibit…

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Carbon Cycling in Coastal Wetlands   Presenters: Dr. Anne Giblin, Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) Senior Scientist – Rising Seas and the Fate of Coastal Salt Marshes   Dr. Meagan Eagle Gonneea, U.S. Geological Survey Research Scientist – Blue Carbon in Our Backyard: Coastal Wetlands, Climate, Management, and Markets   Date: October 2019   Lesson Plans…

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Towns along Cape Cod and the Islands are looking to shellfish not only as tasty culinary treats, but also for help cleaning up waters degraded by excess nitrogen in the region. While nitrogen is essential for all plants and animals, too much nitrogen in ponds and waterways—often caused by fertilizer runoff and septic tanks—can fuel…

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Historic Shipwreck Management: Meeting of Experts Hoagland, P. 23 pp., 1992, $3.00 WHOI-W-92-001 There has been spectacular growth in the demand for and resource value of submerged cultural resources such as historic shipwrecks. The pace at which technology is providing access to submerged cultural resources appears to have outstripped institutional abilities to ensure resource conservation.…

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February 6, 2017 — Towns along Cape Cod and the Islands are looking to shellfish not only as tasty culinary treats, but also for help cleaning up waters degraded by excess nitrogen in the region. While nitrogen is essential for all plants and animals, too much nitrogen in ponds and waterways—often caused by fertilizer runoff…

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