Job Opportunity: Applications are being accepted for our new full-time Great Lakes Coastal Processes Specialist. A review of submissions received will commence on February 13, 2017 for this position, which will be located at either SUNY Oswego or Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County in Newark, NY.
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- We also have plenty of new and archived video clips on a variety of coastal topics on our YouTube channel.
- #TrendingTopics: Check out our content on a variety of coastal science topics in our Currents archives, www.nyseagrant.org/currentsarchives.
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