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08/02/201909/19/2019 New York Coastlines, Early Summer 2019 | Publications - Articles / Web Extras: Check out stories from the early summer issue of our flagship publication, NY Coastlines, and be sure you're on our e-list to receive our next issue, slated for release to our subscribers in late September / early October.
05/08/201908/23/2019 Currents Clips | News: This is a new series of one to two minute video summaries that immerse NYSG's Web site visitors, social media followers and NY Coastlines subscribers into the program's coastal research, extension and education stories.
02/25/201908/20/2019 On YouTube: Climate Masters: Supporting Climate Literacy, Adaptation, Resiliency in NY Communities | Publications: Success Stories - Extension (2019): NYSG supports evidence-based education program development for local communities vulnerable to climate change impacts
03/22/201908/02/2019 New York Coastlines, Late Winter 2019 | Publications - Articles / Web Extras: In June, NYSG will release the late Spring / early Summer '19 issue of its flagship publication, New York Coastlines. E-subscribers will receive it first, so be sure to sign up ... and, in the meantime, check out our late Winter '19 edition.
02/25/201908/01/2019 On YouTube: “Climate to Go” Science Education for New York City Teachers | Publications: Success Stories - Extension (2019): NYSG expertise is helping New York City teachers, schools and communities proactively address climate change and resiliency
06/20/201906/20/2019 On YouTube: Debate ensues into how to best protect NY-NJ Harbor from future disaster | Coastal Processes & Hazards - News: Stony Brook University professor Malcolm J Bowman, who has more than four decades of study and research on coastal front and storm surges, says, "Millions of people at risk, billions of dollars of infrastructure at risk and the problems can only get worse."
04/18/201906/09/2019 Visualizing Coastal Change | NYC - News: NY Sea Grant’s mapping efforts provide educational resources across the Hudson Valley and Metro New York
08/12/201805/09/2019 On YouTube: Students Collaborate with Resilience Professionals at first RiSC Summit | NYC - News: The multi-year project builds on local resilience plans such as OneNYC and fosters new partnerships among K-12 schools, informal education institutions, government and non-profit organizations working on resilience planning and implementation.
08/16/201805/09/2019 In Media, On YouTube: Campaign aims to bring climate science to every US high school | NYC - News: The Cornell-affiliated Paleontological Research Institution (PRI) has launched a new partnership with the NYSG program and is in the second phase of a crowdfunding campaign in its quest to bring climate change science to every U.S. high school.
12/09/201805/09/2019 In Media, On YouTube: New York Sea Grant Introduces “Climate to Go” Bags at STEM Forum | NYC - News: At the three-day “Climate To-Go” workshop 20 teachers from K-12 public schools across New York City were introduced to climate change issues, extreme weather preparedness, and teaching methods for sharing climate science with their students.
06/09/201404/18/2019 On YouTube: Geospatial Literacy: Examining Coastal Change Over Time With New York City Teachers | NYC - News: A number of invited elementary school teachers in and around NYC took part in hands-on "Visualizing Coastal Change" workshops, funded through a NOAA Environmental Literacy Grant.
07/03/201304/18/2019 Currents E-Newsletter to Feature Update on Coastal Change Education Materials for Metro NY Area | NYC - News: Liberty and Ellis Islands were both closed indefinitely after Sandy while the National Park Service (NPS) assessed post-storm damage. NPS re-opened the Statue of Liberty on July 4, 2013.
12/17/201204/18/2019 Sea Grant Helps Cornell Document Change, Develop Educational Curricula for NYC Sites | New York Coastlines, Fall 2012: Since 2008, Cornell IRIS and NYSG have been developing stewardship education materials to help educators better understand and teach students about Metro NY's coastal change.
12/11/201802/12/2019 New York Sea Grant Attends NYC Climate Action Summit | Climate - News: The Local Climate Action Summit, held in New York City during Climate Week NYC in late September, focused on the challenges and opportunities facing local communities in the Northeastern United States because of climate change.
09/13/201801/16/2019 New York Coastlines, Late Summer - Early Fall 2018 | Publications - Articles / Web Extras: NY Coastlines—NYSG's flagship publication—and its news archive, Currents, highlight news, events and other activities from our coastal program's various research, extension and education endeavors throughout NY's marine and Great Lakes waters.
08/13/201801/13/2019 Giant Map Gives 'Foots-On' Education About NY Geography | Hudson River Estuary - News: NYSG partners with the Cornell Institute for Resource Information Sciences and the NY Geographic Alliance to introduce the unique teaching resource to educators in the State's Hudson River Valley region.
08/10/201812/10/2018 NYSG Trains Stewards on Stopping the Spread of Aquatic Hitchhikers | Great Lakes Aquatic Invasive Species - Watercraft Inspection - News: The stewards at this regional training will be stationed this season in the Lower Hudson River area, though there are nearly 200 stewards placed at waterbodies throughout New York State.
11/17/201410/11/2018 Hudson River Estuary Climate Change Lesson Project | Hudson River Estuary - News: This lesson plan series is designed to help middle school students understand climate and weather basics and explore climate change related issues close to home in the Hudson River Valley.
03/07/201810/05/2018 NYSG Aids in Launch of Storm-Resilient Schools Consortium, Plans for Springtime NYC Summit | NYC - Press Release: Funded through a 2016 NOAA grant, RiSC project's partners provide K-12 environmental literacy and climate resiliency plans for NYC’s schools that help students, faculty and districts prepare for a warming world.
12/17/201209/18/2018 Are Birds Singing a Different Tune? | New York Coastlines, Fall 2012: Investigators of a NYSG-funded project examined the birdsong of several songbirds common to New York State as an indicator of effects of exposure to sublethal levels of contaminants such as PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls) in the environment.
09/11/201309/18/2018 Cornell Researchers Find Contaminants May Cause Birds to Sing a Different Tune | Hudson River Estuary - Press Release: NY Sea Grant-funded project shows changes in birdsong may be caused by non-lethal levels of PCBs in Hudson River sediment.
10/08/201709/18/2018 K to Gray Education: Resources From New York and Beyond | Education - News: An interactive online feature showcases the value and impact of Sea Grant education program from coast-to-coast, highlighting activities for youth, university and adult levels from Sea Grant's network of 33 U.S. programs.
04/03/201309/18/2018 NYSMEA Marine Science Activity Workshop | Education - News: On Sunday, April 28, the New York State Marine Education Association and New York Sea Grant will hold a hands-on Marine Science Activity Workshop at Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY.
05/09/201309/18/2018 NYSMEA-NYSG Second Teacher Share-A-Thon a Success | Education - News: What do tectonic plates, fish tanks, and baby birds have in common? They all were presentations at the April 28th, 2013 Marine Science Share-a-Thon workshop held at Mercy College, located in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. on the Hudson River.
12/11/201309/18/2018 On Air: How PCBs Alter Bird Songs | Hudson River Estuary - News: In an audio segment by Academic Minute, Drexel University's and former NYSG-funded doctoral student Dr. Sara DeLeon discusses how exposure to environmental pollutants can alter the performance of bird songs.
05/11/201609/18/2018 Publication Spotlight: Sea Grant's Colorful Guide Helps Home Gardeners Be More Water-Wise | Hudson River Estuary - News: This recently-revised 20-page guide, which marks its 15 year anniversary in 2016, reviews everyday practices that can help reduce threats to water quality.
06/12/201409/18/2018 Teachers Offer Each Other Activity Ideas at NYC Marine Science Workshop | Education - News: This interactive share-a-thon, the third of its kind in as many years, links teachers up with innovative curricula ideas related to marine science subjects and programs.
10/07/201705/10/2018 Get Out the Map: Testing NYS Learning Standards-Approved Exercises with Hudson Valley Teachers | Hudson River Estuary - News: Approximately 20 educators participated in the well-received two hour workshop, several reporting that they would indeed seek to host the map at their schools.
10/08/201710/09/2017 Two from New York Become Coastal Storms Research Fellows | Education / Research - News: In this unique one-year program, Fellows work with academic advisors and outreach mentors who offer guidance ranging from input on framing research question to communicating results to target audiences, and ensuring their research leads to broader societal impacts.
12/19/201109/10/2017 NYS Conservationist Magazine Examines NYSG's First 40 Years | NYSG @ 40 - News: Recreational and commercial fishermen, seafood businesses, municipalities, researchers and educators—these are some of the important stakeholders that are served by New York Sea Grant, now in its 40th year of Bringing Science to the Shore.
12/13/201009/10/2017 Sediment Transport in the Upper Hudson River | Publications: Success Stories (Research):

The present understanding of sediment transport in rivers and estuaries such as the Upper Hudson River is insufficient to permit quantitative predictions of the fate of sediment particles.

06/09/201606/16/2016 The Hudson is His Oyster: Matt Hare looks at restoring oysters in the Hudson | Publications: New York Coastlines, Spring/Summer 2016: Oysters were once so plentiful in New York City that oyster shuckers worked nearly ‘round the clock, feeding rich and poor alike, discarding mountains of shells. NYSG-funded Cornell University researcher Matthew Hare examines why that isn't the case now.
12/14/201412/15/2014 Covering Climate Change in the Classroom | Hudson River Estuary - News: During a a mid-November '14 workshop with experts and educators, NYSG and its partners explored climate change and its impacts in the Hudson Valley. A new teaching curricula for educators also made its debut at the event.
06/12/201406/14/2014 Partnership Puts Accessibility for All at Boat Launches and Waterfront Parks Within Reach | Hudson River Estuary - News: “When parks are accessible it sends a positive, inclusive message to the larger community and helps people with disabilities to be viewed as ordinary people.”
12/16/201301/06/2014 On YouTube: A Day in the Life of the Hudson River Estuary 2013 | Hudson River Estuary - News: "This is is a wonderful estuary-wide event giving students the opportunity to participate in river monitoring and for schools to share the data," said NYSG's Hudson River Specialist Nordica Holochuck
04/03/201308/26/2013 NYSG's Extension Specialists Honored for Excellence in 2012 | Extension - News: In October 2012, two of New York Sea Grant's (NYSG) were honored for excellence by the Great Lakes Sea Grant Extension Network. The acknowledged efforts of Helen Domske, Buffalo, and Dave MacNeill, Oswego would add to that of a handful of other NYSG specialists who received their own recognitions within the year.
03/18/201108/28/2012 Jump Right Into Estuary Education! | Hudson River Estuary - News: NYSG's Nordica Holochuck co-wrote the introduction for this special Spring 2011 issue of The Tidal Exchange, devoted entirely to NY-NJ Harbor Estuary education.
09/09/200908/28/2012 NYSG Revises Teacher’s guide on Exploring the NY-NJ Harbor Estuary | Hudson River Estuary - News: This revised guide highlights regional education organizations providing K-12 estuary-related field trips, lesson plans and classroom activities.
04/18/201204/25/2012 Stony Brook University to Receive Share of $2.4 Million New York Sea Grant | Research - Press Release: As reported by the Port Times Record, The Statesman and Boating Times Long Island, Stony Brook University researchers are receiving a share of the $2.4 million awarded by NYSG to fund research and education about issues important to coastal New Yorkers such as seafood safety, flooding due to storm surges, water quality and habitat restoration.
03/01/201204/03/2012 Nearly $2.4 Million for New York Sea Grant in 2012-2013 | Research - Press Release: NYSG has received a grant totaling $2.4 million for fiscal years 2012-2013 to fund its research, extension and education efforts on important coastal issues related to storm surges and flooding, seafood safety, wetland habitats, fisheries, and harmful algal blooms, among others.
01/12/201202/08/2012 NYSMEA's Marine Science Share-A-Thon | Education - News: Teachers and educators will join the New York State Marine Education Association and NYSG at Columbia University's Teachers College on Saturday, March 10 for an idea and activity sharing to benefit the classroom or outreach programs.
09/02/201109/02/2011 Hudson Tourism | New York Coastlines, Summer/Fall 2011: There are many opportunities throughout the summer season for both residents and tourists of the Hudson River Valley to engage in cultural, nature-based and water recreation activities.
02/21/201102/21/2011 That Settles It: Sediment transport in the Hudson River | New York Coastlines, Winter 2011: 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.
02/26/201002/26/2010 Partners Make a Splash with Project WET’s Discover the Hudson River Booklet | Hudson River Estuary - Press Release: Designed for teachers, students in upper elementary grades, "Discover the Hudson River" is a 16-page color booklet available free to coastal educators for a limited time.
12/07/200912/07/2009 Exploring the Hudson | New York Coastlines, Fall 2009: Throughout a large part of the year, especially in the summer and fall months, Hudson River Valley (HRV) residents and tourists are, as a new New York Sea Grant publication confirms, out kayaking, windsurfing, motor boating, fishing and even swimming along New York’s most famous river.
08/10/200908/10/2009 New Publication on Tourism and Community Sustainability in the Hudson River Valley | Hudson River Estuary - News:

As an August 2009 NYSG tourism publication illustrates, the three Hudson Valley communities of Kingston, Beacon and Cold Spring are interested in finding out just what it is that gives each its unique character that residents and visitors find so appealing.

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