Articles from August 31, 2018

Posted: August 31, 2018
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AUG. 31, 2018 — On Aug. 27, Eckerd College welcomed the NOAA Marine Debris Program’s Charles Grisafi and special guest Congressman Charlie Crist (FL-13) to its St. Petersburg, Florida campus to celebrate Eckerd’s newly awarded Marine Debris Prevention Grant with Eckerd college students and staff.

Posted: August 31, 2018
A woman holding a metal strain.

AUG. 31, 2018 — Between Aug. 13 and 16, Carlie Herring, research analyst for the Marine Debris Program, participated in fieldwork as part of a collaborative microplastics pilot project between the Marine Debris Program, NCCOS Great Lakes Mussel Watch, and Loyola University.

Posted: August 31, 2018
A group of people in a conference area watching a presentation.

AUG. 31, 2018 — On Aug. 16, the NOAA Marine Debris Program hosted a Maryland Regional Response Planning workshop at the Annapolis Mariner’s Museum. Thirty-three individuals representing federal, state, and local government attended and crafted a vision for Maryland’s new emergency response guide.

Articles from August 31, 2018

Posted: August 31, 2018
A group of people posing for a photo.

AUG. 31, 2018 — On Aug. 27, Eckerd College welcomed the NOAA Marine Debris Program’s Charles Grisafi and special guest Congressman Charlie Crist (FL-13) to its St. Petersburg, Florida campus to celebrate Eckerd’s newly awarded Marine Debris Prevention Grant with Eckerd college students and staff.

Posted: August 31, 2018
A woman holding a metal strain.

AUG. 31, 2018 — Between Aug. 13 and 16, Carlie Herring, research analyst for the Marine Debris Program, participated in fieldwork as part of a collaborative microplastics pilot project between the Marine Debris Program, NCCOS Great Lakes Mussel Watch, and Loyola University.

Posted: August 31, 2018
A group of people in a conference area watching a presentation.

AUG. 31, 2018 — On Aug. 16, the NOAA Marine Debris Program hosted a Maryland Regional Response Planning workshop at the Annapolis Mariner’s Museum. Thirty-three individuals representing federal, state, and local government attended and crafted a vision for Maryland’s new emergency response guide.