New York Coastlines, Winter 2011
Publications - Articles / Web Extras

Feature stories (including any Web Extras) in this issue include:

That Settles It: Sediment transport in the Hudson River More>
With NY Sea Grant funding, researchers from Stony Brook University’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences conducted the first-ever modeling of size-resolving sediment tracking in the Hudson River.

Cornell Researcher and NYSG Specialist Receive First-Ever Award More>
Cornell University researcher Dr. Paul Bowser and New York Sea Grant (NYSG) Fisheries Specialist Dave MacNeill were named the recipients of the Sea Grant Association’s first-ever “Research to Application Award.” This honor recognizes one researcher or research team for the successful and continued real-world application of a Sea Grant-funded research project conducted during the past 20 years.

New York Sea Grant NEMO Program Addresses Peconic Water Resource Protection More>
In Fall 2010, NYSG's Eileen Keenan participated as a panelist at the Peconic Estuary Program’s Call to Action Conference in Southampton, NY. Attended by over 200 municipal officials and local stakeholders, the conference offered action-oriented discussions that covered stormwater and nitrogen management, eelgrass protection, and habitat restoration.

NYSG Director James Ammerman in Korea More>
Late last summer, New York Sea Grant Director Jim Ammerman took part in a two-day “2010 Korea - U.S. Sea Grant Collaboration International Workshop” late last September at South Korea’s Jeju National University.

Sea Grant responds to Gulf Oil Spill More>
“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.”

Winter Sampling in Long Island Sound More>
Well prepared for winter sampling in their survival gear, a Sea Grant Scholar and a research lab assistant share with us what they're finding in winter samples on Long Island Sound.

Saying Goodbye to Robert Kent More>
Bob Kent reflects on his career at New York Sea Grant. He has been “Bringing Science to the Shore” since he began with New York Sea Grant Extension in 1989 as our Marine Program Coordinator.

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