"Welcome Chelsea! Even though you have been here for a little while. I would love to talk with you about our new climate change education program! Maybe next week if you are available. Check out our website:…"
"Two items to start a discussion for the NE Region:
It would be great to get a sense of what is going on/update in your Sea Grant programs and regionally. If there are any climate change efforts that you could succinctly report out on here, that…"
Yes on a 2011 workshop; strategy for pursuing this: survey of SG Programs for most needed topics for learning, problem solving and networking; funding?; set up a committee to plan; use NING site to further develop ideas and discuss
"Hi Folks--I am going to try to be on the call today for the first half hour to hear from Heather. Any updates on what is needed for the poster for SG Week on our CCAI Projects? Can someone take notes? I will be happy to do this next time."
"I don't recall us setting up a call in number but if folks can make it tomorrow that would be great. Anyone have a line we can use on short notice? I am in meetings today but might be able to get a call in line from university that each would…"
"Just to add that the sentiment on our call 7/8/10 with Rochelle, Chris and I was definitely in support of keeping our Ning intact as is reflected in the draft letter from Chris. Chris are you willing to ask the SCCD group or would you like one of us…"
I just got off the phone with Jess Whitehead and she mentioned that a couple of folks in Maine may be good candidates as community participants at the November workshop. I guess things may have evolved slightly with this session as we would identify some participants and solicit information from them as to their specific needs and goals prior to the workshop to expedite things a bit. Two potential participants were Kathleen Leydon and Curtis Bolen. Have you worked with them? Any thoughts on their potential interest or needs? Thanks..Jess mentioned that we'd like to finalize the list within the next week or so. Would greatly appreciate any assistance...
NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center announced today that a below-normal hurricane season is most likely for the Eastern Pacific this year. The outlook calls for a 55 percent probability of a below-normal season, a 35 percent probability of a near-normal season and a 10 percent probability of an above-normal season.
New findings reveal that the U.S. shoreline -- from Virginia to Florida -- has been uplifted by more than 210 feet, meaning less ice melted than expected. This is big news for scientists who use the coastline to predict future sea-level rise.
The recent discovery of a bacterium that is able to thrive at minus 15 degrees Celsius, the coldest temperature ever reported for bacterial growth, is exciting because it offers clues about some of the necessary preconditions for microbial life on Mars.
Three NASA-built instruments that are integral components of the next in a series of U.S./European ocean altimetry satellites have arrived in France for integration with their spacecraft in preparation for a 2015 launch. Jason-3 will extend the two-decade series of satellites that are tracking global sea level changes and enabling more accurate weather, ocean and climate forecasts.