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News and Views from Connecticut Sea Grant
Topics in coastal and marine science, outreach and education that are relevant to Connecticut and Long Island Sound
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- Connecticut Sea Grant and UConn Extension, The American Museum of Natural History, US Fish & Wildlife, and the EPA Long Island Sound Study are helping Helen Hays, Director of the Great Gull Island Project, to restore this critical nesting habitat.
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Connecticut Sea Grant will fund four new research projects for 2014-2016.
Projects include identifying nursey habitat for horseshoe crabs, examining how zooplankton adapt to heat waves, and adapting to sea level rise.
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- The Coginchaug Regional High School Team from Durham, CT will head to Seattle for the National Ocean Sciences Bowl final competition.
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- Explains what Aquatic Invasive Species are and notes the most recent invader to Connecticut shores.
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- Connecticut Sea Grant is crafting a vision for the future of our shellfish and we'd love to get your opinions and insights. Our focus areas include recreational shellfishing, commercial industry, and natural beds. You can also write to smp.uconn.edu for more information.