CRC QuarterlyNCBO Awards Fisheries Grants

NCBO Awards Fisheries Grants

The NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office (NCBO) has recently announced the grantees that will receive FY2017 funding through the NCBO Fisheries Research Program. Having heard from the management and scientific community that more knowledge is needed regarding the Chesapeake Bay’s forage base, the FY17 program solicited proposals to characterize habitat quantity and quality for forage species, or to...

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NCBO/CRC Summer Internships

The NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office (NCBO) will again be partnering with CRC to offer summer internship opportunities at NCBO’s Annapolis and Oxford, MD locations.  Opportunities will be announced in December 2017 with the internships taking place during the summer of 2018. In the past, two to three internships have been offered for rising sophomore, junior, and senior undergrads as well as one...

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Call for Special Sessions

The 2018 Chesapeake Community Research and Modeling Symposium will take place June 12-14, 2018 at the Crowne Plaza Annapolis. We are currently taking proposals for special sessions! If you would be interested in leading a special session talk or discussion, please email a title and brief description to gina [at] chesapeakedata.com by November 30th. These sessions will take place on both...

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STAC News

STAC News

The Chesapeake Bay Program’s Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC) is administered by the CRC and funded through a cooperative agreement with the Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) Partnership – currently spanning the period 2016-2022.  The CRC has had a long-standing role of administering all activities of STAC, an active committee with 38 members from academic and scientific...

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Spotlight on Staffers – Lindsey Gordon

CRC’s Environmental Management Career Development Program works with the Chesapeake Bay Program partnership to offer three-year staff opportunities for science, management, and policy graduates as the partnership works to protect and restore the Chesapeake Bay. There are currently thirteen CRC Environmental Management Staffers supporting Chesapeake Bay Program initiatives for various lengths of...

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Invertebrate Research

Researchers at Virginia Tech are developing a computer model to track invertebrate behavior in mountain streams. Aquatic invertebrates like crayfish and mayflies are important because they are essential to food webs and are used as an indicator of freshwater health. Associate professor of biological sciences Bryan Brown hopes that the model will be used by land managers in a variety of...

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