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First Coastal Acidification Monitoring Blitz in the Northeast

Join the first coastal acidification monitoring blitz in the Northeast – Aug 22 and 23, 2019 Shell Day aims to engage water quality monitoring organizations by focusing on coastal acidification measurements during a “blitz” throughout the New England coast on August 22 & 23, 2019. This citizen science collaboration will raise awareness of the opportunities…

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Teacher Workshop: June 5, 2015

Fish ecology in the Atlantic, from the tropics to New England:  How studying fish diets tells about their changing ecosystems   What are the fish we eat eating?   Date: June 2015    Presenter: Dr. Joel Llopiz, WHOI Biology Department   Description: Professional Development workshop for Teachers Grade 6-12   Classroom activities   Fish food webs…

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Coastal Impacts Newsletter Winter 2022

  Coastal Impacts Woods Hole Sea Grant Newsletter February 2022 Letter From The Director Business Continuity Planning Program Scheduled National Flood Insurance Program Updates Community Rating System Updates Upcoming Floodplain Management Training Funded Researchers Working on Real-Time ‘Shark Forecast’ Working Toward Shellfish More Robust to Disease Pressures Girls in Science Now Accepting Applications for 2022 Sessions Dune Sign…

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Human Dimension of Rebounding Population of Seals and White Sharks on Cape Cod, MA

This collaborative project generated knowledge about the views and experiences of residents, tourists, and commercial fishers regarding seals and sharks on Cape Cod. Investigators used surveys to measure stakeholder beliefs, attitudes, and perceptions of seal/shark interactions, management, and conflict mitigation strategies. The knowledge gained from this survey will enable managers, policy makers, and non-governmental organizations…

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Human Dimension of Rebounding Population of Seals and White Sharks on Cape Cod, Massachusetts

This collaborative project generated knowledge about the views and experiences of residents, tourists, and commercial fishers regarding seals and sharks on Cape Cod. Investigators used surveys to measure stakeholder beliefs, attitudes, and perceptions of seal/shark interactions, management, and conflict mitigation strategies. The knowledge gained from this survey will enable managers, policy makers, and non-governmental organizations…

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