If you work on marine life in the Mid-Atlantic and want to learn more about the ongoing work of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Body and the state-based Mid-Atlantic Regional Council on the Ocean, check out this webinar next week!
April Webinar: the Marine Life Data and Analysis Team (MDAT) Project
A Marine Life Data and Analysis Team (MDAT) has aggregated a trove of data related to marine life populations, distribution and trends in the Mid-Atlantic and throughout the East Coast. That data will soon take the form of several new map layers on this site and other regional ocean data portals. Join us April 5 at 11 a.m. as project lead Patrick Halpin of the Duke University Geospatial Ecology Lab shares his insights on the MDAT research and the data it is producing. This webinar will be presented by the MARCO Portal Team in partnership with the Northeast Regional Ocean Council (NROC), Marine Cadastre.gov, and NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science and National Marine Fisheries Service.
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Documents for the Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Body's meeting March 22-24 are now available. The documents include:
Tuesday the 22nd will be an overview of where the RPB's work since its last meeting in September 2015 and a public engagement session in the afternoon. That is an especially important time for interested parties to come and have their voices, suggestions and concerns heard by the planning body on what the region's first ever ocean action plan should look like.
Materials can be found and downloaded here: http://www.boem.gov/MidA-RPB-Public-Meeting-March-2016/
March 22-24, 2016 at the Baltimore Marriot Inner Harbor at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland.
All interested stakeholders are invited to attend this public meeting which will discuss draft components of the Mid-Atlantic Ocean Action Plan and next steps, in preparation for the release of the full draft Plan for public comment this June. Registration is not require but is encouraged for planning purposes.
is a project website for the American Littoral Society.
The American Littoral Society promotes the study and conservation of marine life and habitat, protects the coast from harm, and empowers others to do the same.
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