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September - October 2007
- Position Vacancy: Research Coordinator
The Georgia Coastal Ecosystems Long-Term Ecological Research Program seeks a Research Coordinator to be based at the UGA Marine Institute on Sapelo Island, Georgia. The selected individual will serve as the senior field technician for the GCE LTER and the point of contact for operations on the coast. A description of the position and instructions for applying is posted at www.ugajobsearch.com/applicants/Central?quickFind=51424.
- Marine Ecosystems and Management
The first issue of Marine Ecosystems and Management, a new quarterly newsletter on marine ecosystem-based management worldwide, has been produced by the same team as MPA News, and is funded in part by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation. To subscribe, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Type “subscribe” on the subject line and include your name, mailing address, and daytime phone in the text of the message. Please note whether you would like your subscription to be delivered electronically or in paper form. http://depts.washington.edu/meam/
- Water Pollution Meeting:
The Southeastern Water Pollution Biologists Association (SWPBA) will be holding its annual meeting November 5-8, 2007 at the Holiday Inn Charleston, SC. The Southeastern Water Pollution Biologists Association is made up of State Regulatory and Tribal Water Pollution Biologists within USEPA Region IV (Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi) and USEPA scientists. The primary purpose of SWPBA is to promote further understanding of the aquatic biological communities and the impact of pollutants on the aquatic ecosystems and to provide a medium for exchange of relevant information among the membership.
- Coastal Research Summaries:
The upcoming issue of Georgia Sound * includes a coastal research summary prepared by the GCRC. We have highlighted some recent work by Dr. Christopher Craft (a GCRC-affiliated scientist at Indiana University). His paper, Freshwater input structures soil properties, vertical accretion, and nutrient accumulation of Georgia and U.S. tidal marshes, appeared in Limnology and Oceanography earlier this year (volume 52, pp 1220-1230.) Keep an eye out for your issue of Georgia Sound or read it online (http://coastalgadnr.org/content/displaycontent.asp?txtDocument=278).
* We plan to summarize a recent peer-reviewed journal article in each issue of the Coastal Management Program newsletter. If you have (or know of) a recent paper on coastal Georgia that might be of interest to managers, please let us know.
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