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Hurricanes

Hurricanes Though it has been 30 years since the last major hurricane struck the Massachusetts coast, hurricanes can be devastating and they can happen here! Be smart and prepare yourself, your family and your home to minimize losses from a hurricane. https://seagrant.whoi.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Hurricanes_in_New_England.mp4 Preparing for a Hurricane in New England *From Homeowner’s Handbook to Prepare for…

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Climates! It’s all in the data

Climates! It’s All in the Data             This program is a collaboration between the Cape Cod Regional STEM Network and Woods Hole Sea Grant. Summary In this 3rd grade unit, the students explore the different climate regions of the world. Not only will the students learn the differences between climate and…

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World of Water

World of Water             This program is a collaboration between the Cape Cod Regional STEM Network and Woods Hole Sea Grant. Summary In this 2nd grade unit, the students will learn about the different bodies of water found on the earth’s surface.  The students will use resources to explain that water…

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COVID-19 Resources

COVID 19 RESOURCES We are pleased to offer the following resources to assist our stakeholders, developed during the pandemic but still relevant to a great deal as we transition back to a “new normal.” Woods Hole Sea Grant staff are working a hybrid of remote and in-office schedules but as always are available to assist you…

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World Fish Migration Day Lecture Series

The World Migratory Fish Day Lecture Series is sponsored by the Town of Plymouth Department of Marine and Environmental Affairs in partnership with Woods Hole Sea Grant, NOAA and Wildlands Trust. As the Town of Plymouth will be celebrating its 400th anniversary in 2020, stream restoration will be a highlight of the celebrations.  In recognition…

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NOAA Live Webinars

NOAA Live! Webinars March 2020 – Present 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 make an Indigenous Land Acknowledgment? •  FREE NOAA Live! iron-on patch.…

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Knauss Fellow Profile: Amanda Dwyer

Amanda Dwyer, a 2020 Knauss Fellow, might not be having the typical fellowship experience, due to COVID-19 outbreak and the need to shelter in place, but she’s not letting that stop her work as a Marine Debris Program Specialist, focusing on a new zero waste initiative for National Ocean Service (NOS) offices. The zero waste…

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Science at Our Shores: Woods Hole Sea Grant Research Symposium

Friday, March 6, 2020 1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Redfield Auditorium Woods Hole, MA Researchers explain the work they’re doing to investigate pressing environmental and coastal issues. Showcasing recently completed and newly funded Sea Grant projects on shoreline resilience, sustainable fisheries, and sharks and microplastics in our waters, among others. This event is free and…

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NE Sea Grant Regional Meeting

            The Northeast Regional Sea Grant Virtual Meeting! Regional Sea Grant Meeting Breakout Session Webinars As you’re aware, the 2020 in-person Northeast Regional Sea Grant Meeting scheduled for March 30-April 2 in Brewster, Mass.,  was canceled due to COVID-19.  The next in-person meeting is tentatively scheduled to take place in Spring…

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Fellowship Opportunities

Photo: The 2020 Knauss fellows pose at the end of their Placement Week (Fall 2019). 2023 Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship – NOW CLOSED Woods Hole Sea Grant is pleased to invite qualified individuals to submit applications for the Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship. The fellowship provides a one-year, paid experience for…

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