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Sara Eckert <[log in to unmask]>
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Daily eNews for CMNS Students <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 31 Jan 2012 16:16:43 -0500
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NOAA's National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science
(NCCOS)<http://coastalscience.noaa.gov/> unveils
the Coastal Ocean Science Blog <http://noaaoceanscience.wordpress.com/>, a
new communications tool that will give you a detailed look into the science
taking place across the US. Our goal is to give you a 360-perspective of
our research, from design and implementation, to results and how that
science is being used by natural resource managers and partners around the
US and its Territories.


Look for postings <http://noaaoceanscience.wordpress.com/> from and
interviews with our Principal Investigators (PIs), as well as project
partners and collaborators. All of these discussions are with scientists,
by scientists.  Check out our journals and
publications<http://noaaoceanscience.wordpress.com/publications/>
related
to NCCOS' research or look over "The
Buzz"<http://noaaoceanscience.wordpress.com/publications/> for
our end-user perspectives. For those who are interested, you can visit "NCCOS
in the News" <http://noaaoceanscience.wordpress.com/> to see NCCOS science
is making headlines.


We hope you will enjoy this new look at the way science is evolving at NOAA
and how NCCOS scientists are evolving their methods and approaches to
answer the ever-changing questions about our oceans, coasts and Great
Lakes.

-- 
Sara Eckert
Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment
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301-713-3028 x 228
noaaoceanscience.wordpress.com

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