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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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Bulletin: Clam Tents: A New Approach to Soft-Shell Clam Culture and Management Soft-shell clams, Mya arenaria, are an enigma to scientists, managers, and shellfish harvesters in southeastern Massachusetts and throughout the bivalve’s range. One year, clams may settle in very dense concentrations, while, the following year, there may be no soft-shell clam recruitment at the…

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Bulletin: Coastal Dune Protection & Restoration This bulletin addresses restoration of the dynamic frontal coastal sand dune system with sand fencing and ‘Cape’ American beachgrass. Other typical Northeast area dune plants, such as Rosa Rugosa, Bayberry, and Beach Plum occupy more stable secondary and backdune areas.

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