Monthly Archives: October 2010

Sea Grant Week 2010: A handy index

A day-by-day index to Sea Grant Week 2010 coverage, including presentations in both Flash video¬† (for viewing) and downloadable .pdf format. (Note: Some .pdfs are very large; if you have trouble downloading them and would like a copy, contact Pat … Continue reading

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Presentation: Science, the Next NOAA and Sea Grant

Paul Sandifer, Senior Scientist, NOAA National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (Presented Monday, Oct. 18) (Downloadable .pdf)

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Presentations: International Symposium (Part II)

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Presentations: International Symposium (Part I)

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Presentation: Toward Greater Hazard Resilience in a Rapidly Changing World, S. Moser

Oct. 19 presentation by Susanne Moser, director and principal researcher, Susanne Moser Research and Consulting: (Downloadable .pdf)

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A Sea Grant Week photo gallery

We’re working on getting some of the presentations from Sea Grant Week 2010 ready to add to this blog. Meanwhile, enjoy a gallery of photos from New Orleans: http://www.flickr.com/photos/oregonseagrant/sets/72157625106853767/ (Thanks to photographers Kurt Byers, Jim Hiney, Dianne Lindstedt, Chelsea Lowes, … Continue reading

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Safe travels, everyone

… and thanks to the team of communicators, educators and legal program staff who helped cover Sea Grant Week. (Their names are at the bottom right of the page). We’ll be adding more material over the next week.

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