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06/09/201607/18/2018 What’s New in Extension? | Publications: New York Coastlines, Spring/Summer 2016: New York Sea Grant's extension program welcomed four new specialists in the last year, two each focusing on the state's Great Lakes and marine waters.
12/09/201507/18/2018 Nature-Based Shoreline Practices Workshop | Great Lakes Coastal Processes and Erosion - Press Release: Nearly 70 coastal scientists, engineers, planners, managers and agency representatives gathered in Rochester for this all-day workshop.
06/06/201806/06/2018 NYSG's June 13th Workshop for Shoreline Property Owners in Monroe, Wayne, Cayuga, Oswego Counties | Great Lakes Coastal Processes and Erosion - Press Release: This workshop is designed to help shoreline property owners understand how coastal processes across Lake Ontario affect their shoreline specifically, and how different management techniques affect the coastal processes of the lake.
05/30/201805/30/2018 NYSG's New York Great Lakes Shoreline Contractors | Great Lakes Coastal Processes and Erosion - News: This document is intended to provide a list of contractors available for shoreline contracting work in the Great Lakes Region of New York State.
04/19/201805/17/2018 Over $1.1M for New York Sea Grant Research in 2018-2019 | Research - Press Release: Scientists are seeking solutions for harmful algal blooms and better aquatic invasive species detection, as well as ocean acidification, flood risk, and a pervasive microbic food-borne pathogen.
09/25/201702/13/2018 New York Sea Grant Names Two New Coastal Hazards Specialists and an Outreach Educator | Extension - News: In their new positions, three new NYSG staffers are looking after New York coastlines and populations and conducting outreach regarding hazards and stewardship opportunities.
10/25/201009/10/2017 NYSG Hosts Climate Science Workshop for Educators | New York Coastlines, Fall 2010: As part of its Coastal Climate Change Adaptation Initiative, NYSG organized a workshop on how to integrate climate science into everyday outreach.
09/09/201009/10/2017 NYSG Hosts Workshop on Communicating Climate Science | Coastal Processes & Hazards - Press Release: As part of its Coastal Climate Change Adaptation Initiative project, NYSG organized a two-day workshop on communicating and integrating climate science.
05/11/201009/09/2017 Lake Ontario Water Levels Update | Great Lakes Coastal Processes and Erosion - News: As recently reported on by local media, portions of Central New York are going through a significant dry spell that is causing some concern.
02/11/201009/09/2017 NYSG Proactive on Climate Change | : NYSG is currently the only Sea Grant program in the U.S. actively engaged in climate change outreach coordination in both Great Lakes and marine program environments.
11/07/200809/09/2017 Breaking the Waves | Coastlines, Fall 2008 - Web Extras (Breaking The Waves - Photos):

Breaking the Waves (Coastlines, Fall '08 - web extras)

11/07/200809/09/2017 Breaking the Waves | Coastlines, Fall 2008 - Web Extras: Breaking the Waves (Coastlines, Fall '08 - web extras)
06/15/201606/15/2016 Publication Spotlight: Coastal Processes and Causes of Shoreline Erosion and Accretion | Great Lakes Coastal Processes and Erosion - News: The processes and causes of erosion and accretion (build up of sediment) affecting New York’s shorelines are the focus of this New York Sea Grant four-page fact sheet
06/15/201606/15/2016 Publication Spotlight: Effects of Erosion and Accretion on Coastal Landforms | Great Lakes Coastal Processes and Erosion - News: Coastal landforms found along New York’s Great Lakes shorelines are the focus of this NYSG six-page fact sheet, which features colorful diagrams of how different ecosystems—including wetlands, bluffs and dunes, beaches and off-shore bars—can be impacted by erosion and accretion.
05/11/201008/28/2012 NYSG Lake Ontario Water Levels Update Now Available Electronically | Great Lakes Coastal Processes and Erosion - News: NYSG has announced the availability of a new electronic “Lake Ontario Water Levels Update” fact sheet that provides Lake Ontario stakeholders with timely access to a wealth of information that will be helpful as a coastal development decision-making tool.

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