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A Collection of Regional Success Stories and Other Anecdotes

The purpose of this collection is to compile 'Success Stories' that occur regularly within our region and share them. This not only conveys what is being done successfully but also gives a baseline of finished efforts from which we can build consensus for support.

 

Success Stories

 

Researchers from USF, SIO, and NOAA/AOML track the Mississippi River plume in the Florida Straits and in the Atlantic in Summer 2005
-USF/IMaRS

Satellite monitoring of phytoplankton glow helps detect and track red tides (harmful algal blooms) in the eastern Gulf of Mexico
-USF/IMaRS

USF/IMaRS satellite data provide first estimates on Hurricane Katrina flooding
-USF/IMaRS

Tracking the Cause of Florida Keys Coral Reef Decline from Space
-Dr. Chris Simoniello, SEACOOS Regional Coordinator, Sea Grant Extension

Extension Ocean Circulation Models as a Tool to Guide Gag Grouper Research
-Dr. Chris Simoniello, SEACOOS Regional Coordinator, Sea Grant Extension

Investigating Anomalous Coastal Hypoxic Conditions Using Coastal Ocean Observing Data
Dr. Chris Simoniello, SEACOOS Regional Coordinator, Sea Grant Extension

Coastal Observing Systems(NCCOOS/CORMP/SEACOOS) Overview
-Rudi Rudolph, Carteret County, NC, Shore Protection Office

Dr. Muller-Karger (USF) Outreach
-Dr. Lundie Spence, COSEE, SC Sea Grant

Hurricane Poster
-Dr. Lundie Spence, COSEE, SC Sea Grant

Ocean Observations Aid Blue Fin Tuna Catch
-Mr. Jack Thigpen NC Sea Grant

Use of Collaborative Data to find Lost Instrument
-Dr. Chris Simoniello, SEACOOS Regional Coordinator, Sea Grant Extension

The Educational “Baited Hook”
-Dr. Chris Simoniello (POC)

 

Have something to add?

 

Feel free to submit anything you think is appropriate, and the SECOORA Staff will add it and post it to our website. Please format it as follows:

Title:
Background: Tee up the story
Discussion: Tell the story-- what was collected, what was analyzed, what was produced, and what was disseminated?
Consumer of the data/product: Who used it and how was it used?

Please submit your inputs to susannah.sheldon@scseagrant.org.

 

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