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06/06/201806/06/2018 Stay Smart about Algal Blooms in 2018 | Harmful Algal Blooms - Press Release: New York Sea Grant is partnering with the Pennsylvania and Lake Champlain Sea Grant programs and New York State Parks to remind dog owners to enjoy the water this summer, but remember to stay smart, safe, and informed about algal blooms and their impact on people and pets.
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.
04/25/201805/10/2018 Scientists Use Innovative Genetic Methods to Locate Sources of Pollution, Contamination | Research - News: Scientists are using DNA to trace sources of bacterial pollution in NY's waters, including the Hudson River and near Buffalo's Gallagher Pier.
07/24/201705/10/2018 On YouTube: Sea Grant Harmful Algal Blooms Info at State Parks Alerts Dog Owners to Potential Risk | Harmful Algal Blooms - Press Release: The HABs information resources - which include a fact sheet and brochure - are being well-received by pet owners, according to New York State Parks officials.
08/10/201704/19/2018 On YouTube, On Air: State of the Bays: Communities Respond to Colorful Tides that Could Signal Harm | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: “2017 has been one of the worst years for brown and red tides,” said Dr. Christopher Gobler. “Conversely, blue-green algal blooms have been mild thus far.”
10/30/201704/16/2018 State of the Bays: Action Plan Released on Harmful Algal Blooms | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: Sea Grant has an integral role in developing this first-of-its-kind comprehensive and integrated strategy to guide the work of multiple levels of government, scientists and academia to address increasingly frequent algae blooms that have plagued marine waters, threatening both Suffolk County’s environment and economy.
06/04/201710/29/2017 On YouTube, On Air, In Photos: State Invests $2M in NYSG to Advance Cutting Edge Brown Tide Research | Harmful Algal Blooms - Press Release: NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo's investment will restore shellfish populations to improve water quality and mitigate brown tide in Long Island's waters.
08/31/201610/29/2017 New York Sea Grant Awards Buffalo State Researchers Nearly $12K to study water at Gallagher Pier | Research - Press Release: Congressman Higgins announces study at Gallagher Pier on Buffalo’s Outer Harbor where NYSG-funded researchers are using next-generation sequencing to pinpoint potential problem areas.
07/07/201610/29/2017 SUNY ESF Investigators Monitor NY Waters of Sodus Bay | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: Buoys, installed through funding by NYSG and partners, help predict toxic algal blooms
03/09/201209/10/2017 New York Educators Help Restore Threatened Coastal Habitats in Louisiana and at Home | Education - News: As featured in Newsday, The Port Times Record and documented in a blog ... A group of educators who traveled to southern Louisiana in February 2012 to rebuild habitats devastated by recent natural and man-made events are now relating the wetlands loss education they learned to habitat loss occurring in New York.
11/23/201009/10/2017 NOAA Offers Lesson Plans on Gulf of Mexico Ecosystems | : NOAA’s Office of Ocean Exploration and Research has educational materials exploring Gulf of Mexico's deep-sea ecosystems.
01/14/201309/10/2017 New York Volunteers Augment Restoration’s Success in Southern Louisiana | Education - News: As featured in Louisiana's WaterMarks magazine, NOAA Coastal Services magazine and reported by several media outlets: To learn about wetland loss in southern Louisiana and how it relates to the habitat loss occurring in New York, a group of 14 educators traveled to the Bayou State in late February 2012 to rebuild habitats devastated by recent natural and man-made events. This was the second time in as many years that such a trip was planned.
03/07/201109/10/2017 Blog Documents Habitat Restoration Efforts in Louisiana | : A group of New York educators traveled to Louisiana in late February '11 to rebuild tidal wetlands and maritime forest communities devastated by recent natural and man-made events.
02/21/201109/10/2017 Sea Grant responds to Gulf Oil Spill | New York Coastlines, Winter 2011:

“The potential for disaster was great,” says New York Sea Grant Director Jim Ammerman of the Gulf oil spill, “but so far environmental impacts have been less than feared.”

02/21/201109/10/2017 Sea Grant and NYSMEA Team Up for Hands-on Oil Spill Education and Restoration Efforts | : NYSG staff and NYSMEA educators embark on five-day trip to south Louisiana to learn about restoration efforts and talk with experts about wildlife rehabilitation.
02/01/201109/10/2017 Lecture: Gulf Oil Spill Update | “The Oil Spill, the Mississippi, and the Challenges of the Gulf”: On Friday, NYSG's Director will give an updated on recovery efforts since last spring’s Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
12/23/201009/10/2017 Gulf Oil Spill Symposium | : U. of Georgia and Georgia Sea Grant invite you to examine communication during the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
10/25/201009/10/2017 Sea Grant-ers Pitch in for Habitat Planting in New Orleans | : Sea Grant communicators and colleagues from the national network’s 32 programs recently participated in a habitat restoration planting effort in New Orleans.
10/04/201009/10/2017 The Gulf Oil Spill: What Have We Lost | : On Friday, October 15, 2010, a panel of experts will assemble at Stony Brook University to answer some questions regarding the Gulf Oil Spill and subsequent relief effort.
09/28/201009/10/2017 Info Needed, Provided on Oil-Spill Monitoring and Research | : A database hosted by the Gulf of Mexico Sea Grant Programs site features oil-spill-related research and monitoring activities.
09/13/201009/10/2017 Gulf Oil Spill: Two Don't Miss Lectures | :

New York Sea Grant sponsors two talks on recovery eforts since the Spring 2010 Gulf Oil Spill.

08/25/201009/10/2017 Long Island Sound Study's Sum '10 Newsletter Educates on Oil Spills | Long Island Sound Study - News: LISS's latest issue of Sound Update focuses on oil spills - whether oil from the Gulf of Mexico spill will reach the Sound, and our preparedness to handle such events.
02/21/201209/10/2017 NYSMEA and NYSG Re-Team for Habitat Restoration Efforts and Wetlands Loss Education | Education - News: NYSG and NYSMEA staff led about a dozen educators and teachers during a five-day trip to south Louisiana in late February 2012 to learn about plant restoration efforts and talk with experts about tidal wetlands loss. This is the second year that NYSG and NYSMEA have partnered for this in-the-field experience. Following the trip, the educators will share what they have learned with other NYSMEA members, students and the general public through both a Web blog (with content provided by NYSG) and a Web casts at the Association's annual conference this summer.
09/02/201109/10/2017 NOAA’S Lubchenco visits Sea Grant at Stony Brook | New York Coastlines, Summer/Fall 2011: In May 2011, New York Sea Grant held a “meet and greet” event in honor of Dr. Jane Lubchenco, Undersecretary of Commerce for the air and oceans and administrator of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administrator.
07/13/201109/10/2017 Long Island Sound: Ours to protect, restore, and enjoy | Long Island Sound Study - News: Although so much has been done to protect and restore Long Island Sound, there is much left to do. Each of us affects the Sound in some way so it is up to all of us to work to keep it healthy and safe for our use.
07/11/201109/10/2017 LI Sound's Sentinel Monitoring for Climate Change Program Launches | Long Island Sound Study - Press Release: The goal of this strategy is to collect sentinel data to provide scientists and managers with the information necessary to prioritize climate change impacts and determine appropriate adaptation strategies.
06/16/201109/10/2017 After More Than 40 Years, Hempstead Harbor Reopens Shellfish Areas | Long Island Sound Study - News: On June 1, NYSDEC reopened approximately 2,500 acres of shellfish beds for shellfish harvesting in outer Hempstead Harbor and Long Island Sound.
06/14/201109/10/2017 Research | NYSG-Funded Projects: 2011: NYSG received a grant totaling $2.449 million in fiscal year 2011 to fund its research, extension and education efforts on important coastal issues in fisheries, coastal marine habitats, coastal flooding, among others.
06/13/201109/10/2017 NOAA's Dr. Jane Lubchenco Visits NYSG | : Meet and Greet for Dr. Jane Lubchenco with New York Sea Grant and Partners at Stony Brook Universit...
06/02/201109/10/2017 NYSG's Great Lakes Research Featured at IAGLR | : Sea Grant programs, including New York, were in attendance at the 54th International Conference on Great Lakes Research.
03/08/201109/10/2017 $1.28M for Long Island Sound Research | Long Island Sound Study - Press Release: Sea Grant programs in CT and NY have awarded $1.28M  in research grants to examine some of the most serious threats to the ecological health of Long Island Sound.
01/24/201109/10/2017 Long Island Sound Health 2010 | Long Island Sound Study - News: How does Long Island Sound measure up? The report uses environmental indicators of the Sound’s health in the areas of water quality, coastal and aquatic animal populations, habitats, and land use.
10/25/201009/10/2017 The Bottom is Tops: Looking at nitrogen in Peconic sediments | New York Coastlines, Fall 2010: As part of a two-year NYSG study, a research team is characterizing Great Peconic Bay and measuring the amount of nitrogen gas produced in its bottom sediments.
08/09/201009/09/2017 NOAA-funded Great Lakes Study on Blue-Green Algae | : The three-year, nearly $500,000 project focuses on the algal species Microcystis, which frequently causes massive and unsightly blooms in Lakes Erie and Ontario.
06/18/201009/09/2017 New York Bight Nitrogen Workshop | : A forum for scientists and managers to discuss the important issues surrounding nitrogen and nitrogen controls in the New York Bight and associated estuaries.
07/16/200909/09/2017 Sound Science for Long Island Sound | New York Coastlines, Spring 2009:

The Sea Grant programs of Connecticut and New York have awarded nearly $820,000 in Long Island Sound Study research grants to five projects that will look into some of the most serious threats to the ecological health of Long Island Sound (LIS), a water body designated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as an Estuary of National Significance.

07/16/200909/09/2017 Tracing Sound Inputs via Groundwater | New York Coastlines, Spring 2009:

It’s well understood that too much nitrogen in the water is not healthy for aquatic life in Long Island Sound. But until now it’s been hard to estimate how much nitrogen has actually been coming from submarine groundwater discharge (SGD), particularly along the sandy sediments off LI’s north shore.

07/16/200909/09/2017 A Delicate Balance | New York Coastlines, Spring 2009: NYSG announces 14 new research projects for '09, valued at $3.64 million. These include a sportfishing study exploring strategies to help sustain Lake Ontario's coastal community economies; research on VHS, a fish disease affecting a number of key Great Lakes species; tracing Long Island Sound inputs of nitrogen via groundwater; forecasting ecosystem effects of the "bloody-red shrimp," a new Lake Ontario invasive; and the impact of alewives on their prey populations.
06/29/201606/04/2017 To HAB or Not to HAB: Harmful Algae Are Blooming in New York's Waters | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: Harmful algal blooms have become a worldwide phenomenon, posing a significant threat to public health, economies, water quality, and fisheries. New York waters have more than their fair share.
06/08/201610/21/2016 Dogs and Harmful Algal Blooms: NY Sea Grant Shares Risk Reminder for Pet Owners | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: As air and water temperatures warm, New York Sea Grant is reminding people with dogs that enjoy waterfront areas about the health risk posed by harmful algal blooms.
09/01/201609/07/2016 On Air: NYSG-funded Scientists study DNA to find pollution source in Great Lakes | Research - News: As heard on WBFO 88.3 FM, a new NYSG-funded study focuses on Gallagher Pier on Buffalo’s Outer Harbor, where researchers are using next-generation sequencing to pinpoint potential problem areas.
06/22/201606/22/2016 On YouTube: Sometimes Beaches and Lakes Aren't Completely Safe for Your Pets | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: When the summer heats up lots of people head to area beaches and lakes but there is a threat to you and your pets brewing in the water.
12/13/201412/15/2014 Sea Grant Alerts Millions of U.S. Pet Owners of Potentially Lethal Toxins in NY Waters | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: n a few short weeks since their release in mid-September, New York Sea Grant’s informative “Dogs and Harmful Algal Blooms” brochure and fact sheet were well-received via both traditional and social media platforms.
12/13/201412/15/2014 Toxic Algae Blooms Cause Illness, Death in Dogs | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: Dogs are known to play, swim and lap up water in lakes and ponds, but these simple joys can lead to illness and even fatal poisoning when harmful algae blooms muck up the water.
09/09/201410/17/2014 Dogs and Harmful Algal Blooms | Harmful Algal Blooms - Press Release: Our new publications alert those who live and recreate by New York's waters of potentially lethal toxins that can poison people, household pets, waterfowl and livestock.
05/30/201209/09/2014 NOAA and Sea Grant Research Featured at Symposium on Harmful Algal Blooms in NY's Coastal Waters | Brown Tide Research Initiative - News: The symposium, held at Stony Brook-Southampton, was an opportunity for Long Island residents, as well as government and non-government agencies, to learn about the most recent information regarding harmful algal blooms and other environmental problems on Long Island.
06/06/201406/24/2014 On YouTube, On Blog: NYSG Harmful Algal Bloom Workshops a Model for Helping Great Lakes Stakeholders | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: Connecting diverse stakeholders with science experts to help mitigate the environmental and economic impacts of related outbreaks.
04/21/201406/14/2014 On Blog: Municipal Officials Conference: Managing Cesspools & Septic Systems to Protect LI’s Waters | Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) - News: Approximately 130 coastal managers, septic and cesspool company business owners, researchers, water quality professionals, elected officials, engineers and concerned citizens gathered for a March 2014 conference to hear experts deliver much needed information about the state of Long Island’s cesspools and septic systems and where we go from here.
12/16/201301/06/2014 On YouTube: Canada Geese Causing a Water Quality Issue? | Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) - News: NYSG Water Quality Specialist Eileen Keenan, who was a moderator at the NYSG co-sponsored Second Annual Long Island Green Infrastructure Conf & Expo this past summer, discusses the issue with Long Island Report.
05/31/201312/19/2013 NYSG a Sponsor of 2nd Annual LI Green Infrastructure Conf & Expo | Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) - Press Release: Mid-June '13 conference to focus on ‘How to Address Water and Energy Issues and Benefit by Going Green During Tough Economic Times.’

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