Articles from October 28, 2016

Posted: September 30, 2016
Outdoor exhibit with posters hanging and people crowding around.

SEPTEMBER 30, 2016-- Submerged Marine Science Festival takes place annually in lower Manhattan on a pier jutting into the Hudson River.

Posted: October 28, 2016
Illustration of emergency responder.

OCT. 28, 2016--The Safety Officer of OR&R, Ali Bahrami-Bayeh, attended the 2016 National Response Team (NRT) Worker Safety and Health Technical Conference in Washington, DC on October 18- 19.

Posted: October 28, 2016
Two photos of fish for comparison.

OCT. 28, 2016--On October 26, OR&R Chief Scientist, Dr. Lisa DiPinto, answered key questions from Dr. Kathryn Sullivan, NOAA Administrator, and several members of NOAA’s Executive Council, about recent research results on the environmental devastation of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.

Posted: October 28, 2016
Brochure cover of NOAA Diversity Plan.

OCT. 28, 2016--Did you know that only 10% of all organizational diversity and inclusion initiatives succeed? The secret to success is not in planning or milestones, but in individual accountability and a commitment to fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion.

Posted: October 28, 2016
Derelict crab pot out of the water.

OCT. 28, 2016--As part of a research project supported by the NOAA Marine Debris Program, a team of researchers from CSS-Dynamac, Inc.; Versar, Inc.; the Virginia Institute of Marine Science; and Global Science & Technology, Inc. recently completed a comprehensive assessment of the ecological and economic impacts of derelict blue crab pots in the Chesapeake Bay.

Posted: October 28, 2016
Two images: people outdoors at the festival and outreach materials on a table.

OCT. 28, 2016--The NOAA Marine Debris Program partnered with NOAA Fisheries Greater Atlantic Regional Fisheries Office to conduct outreach at the Wellfleet OysterFest on Saturday, October 15, in Wellfleet, Massachusetts.

Articles from October 28, 2016

Posted: September 30, 2016
Outdoor exhibit with posters hanging and people crowding around.

SEPTEMBER 30, 2016-- Submerged Marine Science Festival takes place annually in lower Manhattan on a pier jutting into the Hudson River.

Posted: October 28, 2016
Illustration of emergency responder.

OCT. 28, 2016--The Safety Officer of OR&R, Ali Bahrami-Bayeh, attended the 2016 National Response Team (NRT) Worker Safety and Health Technical Conference in Washington, DC on October 18- 19.

Posted: October 28, 2016
Two photos of fish for comparison.

OCT. 28, 2016--On October 26, OR&R Chief Scientist, Dr. Lisa DiPinto, answered key questions from Dr. Kathryn Sullivan, NOAA Administrator, and several members of NOAA’s Executive Council, about recent research results on the environmental devastation of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.

Posted: October 28, 2016
Brochure cover of NOAA Diversity Plan.

OCT. 28, 2016--Did you know that only 10% of all organizational diversity and inclusion initiatives succeed? The secret to success is not in planning or milestones, but in individual accountability and a commitment to fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion.

Posted: October 28, 2016
Derelict crab pot out of the water.

OCT. 28, 2016--As part of a research project supported by the NOAA Marine Debris Program, a team of researchers from CSS-Dynamac, Inc.; Versar, Inc.; the Virginia Institute of Marine Science; and Global Science & Technology, Inc. recently completed a comprehensive assessment of the ecological and economic impacts of derelict blue crab pots in the Chesapeake Bay.

Posted: October 28, 2016
Two images: people outdoors at the festival and outreach materials on a table.

OCT. 28, 2016--The NOAA Marine Debris Program partnered with NOAA Fisheries Greater Atlantic Regional Fisheries Office to conduct outreach at the Wellfleet OysterFest on Saturday, October 15, in Wellfleet, Massachusetts.