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05/28/2023 On YouTube: ABC 7's 'Kickoff to a Long Island Summer' — Sea Grant Examines the Health of the Sound | Long Island Sound (Research) - News: As highlighted in the Eyewitness News annual summer special, these new projects — focusing on Long Island Sound marshes, water quality, public beaches and seeking information that can be used to improve the conditions of the estuary for humans and wildlife — are supported by more than $6.3 million in total funds.
05/17/2023 On Air: New York Sea Grant to Look at Ways to Reduce Pollution in Waterways | Marine Debris - News: Funding, part of a larger $27M funding effort by NOAA (Sea Grant’s parent organization), supports four projects focusing on ways to reduce plastic and other types of pollution in NYS’s coastal and river waterways.
05/12/2023 In Media: NY Sea Grant Awarded $5.2M To Fight Waterway Pollution | Marine Debris - News: Funding, part of a larger $27M funding effort by NOAA (Sea Grant’s parent organization), supports four projects focusing on ways to reduce plastic and other types of pollution in NYS’s coastal and river waterways.
05/12/2023 In Media: $5.2+M Awarded to NY Sea Grant to Address Marine Debris | Marine Debris - News: Funding, part of a larger $27M funding effort by NOAA (Sea Grant’s parent organization), supports four projects focusing on ways to reduce plastic and other types of pollution in NYS’s coastal and river waterways.
04/28/2023 NY Sea Grant Awarded $5.2+M in Federal Funding to Address Marine Debris | Marine Debris - News: Funding, part of a larger $27M funding effort by NOAA (Sea Grant’s parent organization), supports four projects focusing on ways to reduce plastic and other types of pollution in NYS’s coastal and river waterways.
04/28/2023 On YouTube: Hard Clam Selective Breeding Project — An Introduction | Marine Fisheries Resource Center / Research - News: Check out this first in a series of videos for the Sea Grant Hard Clam Selective Breeding Collaborative, which aims to improve the aquaculture industry on the Atlantic coast, by finding and establishing more resilient lines of clams.
04/26/2023 In Media: Free Shuttle to Offer Trips to Long Island Sound Beaches For Those Lacking Rides | Long Island Sound (Research) - News: These new projects — focusing on Long Island Sound marshes, water quality, public beaches and seeking information that can be used to improve the conditions of the estuary for humans and wildlife — are supported by more than $6.3 million in total funds.
04/26/2023 In Media: Long Island Sound Research Projects Land $6.3M | Long Island Sound (Research) - News: These new projects — focusing on Long Island Sound marshes, water quality, public beaches and seeking information that can be used to improve the conditions of the estuary for humans and wildlife — are supported by more than $6.3 million in total funds.
04/26/2023 On Air: Nine Long Island Sound Research Studies Receive Federal Funding | Long Island Sound (Research) - News: These new projects — focusing on Long Island Sound marshes, water quality, public beaches and seeking information that can be used to improve the conditions of the estuary for humans and wildlife — are supported by more than $6.3 million in total funds.
04/26/2023 In Media: Research Projects on Protecting Long Island Sound to Be Funded With $6.3M in Grants | Long Island Sound (Research) - News: These new projects — focusing on Long Island Sound marshes, water quality, public beaches and seeking information that can be used to improve the conditions of the estuary for humans and wildlife — are supported by more than $6.3 million in total funds.
04/26/2023 In Media: Aquarium-Led Project Focuses on Salt Marshes | Long Island Sound (Research) - News: These new projects — focusing on Long Island Sound marshes, water quality, public beaches and seeking information that can be used to improve the conditions of the estuary for humans and wildlife — are supported by more than $6.3 million in total funds.
04/25/2023 In Media: Two SBU Long Island Sound Research Projects Receive NYSG Funding from $6.3M Suite | Long Island Sound (Research) - News: These new projects — focusing on Long Island Sound marshes, water quality, public beaches and seeking information that can be used to improve the conditions of the estuary for humans and wildlife — are supported by more than $6.3 million in total funds.
04/23/2023 On Air: Peconic Bay Scallop Die-Offs Are “A Cautionary Tale” for New England | Research - News: Once one of the largest fisheries on the East Coast, Peconic Bay scallops have faced near complete die-offs on Long Island since 2019. A study by Stony Brook University shows this could be a cautionary tale for New England.
04/22/2023 On YouTube: RIT and Seneca Park Zoo Society Host Great Lakes Plastic Cleanup | Marine Debris - News: Attendees were able to help clean up litter in the area as well as view demonstrations of plastic cleanup technology. The litter collected will be analyzed and categorized, and the data from it will be gleaned to help protect the Great Lake Regions for now and the future.
04/11/2023 A Natural Defense for Cold-Smoked Salmon | Research - News: Nisin is an antimicrobial that can be used for controlling Listeria, a harmful bacterium that can contaminate cold-smoked salmon. NYSG-funded investigators have looked at factors that can influence nisin efficacy.
03/30/2023 New York Sea Grant Research: 2023 Ongoing Projects | Research - News: Features some summaries for ongoing investigations that address a variety of concerns within a few key topics, including: Coastal Ecosystems; Fisheries and Aquaculture; Coastal Resiliency
03/30/2023 New York Sea Grant Research: 2023 Results and Impacts | Research - News: For more than five decades, New York Sea Grant (NYSG) has been supporting university-based research related to a variety of marine, Hudson estuary, and Great Lakes topics and issues.
03/24/2023 Informing Stakeholders about Erosion and Recession of New York’s Coastal Bluffs | Publications: Success Stories - Extension (2023): NYSG works with research partners to ensure information about coastal bluff erosion and recession is reaching stakeholders most impacted by these processes,
03/23/2023 Progress to Improve NY’s Hard Clam Resiliency | Publications: Success Stories - Extension (2023): NYSG partnership is helping hard clam growers who operate under harsh environmental conditions.
03/23/2023 Publications: Success Stories | Extension - 2023: Included in this annual review are nearly 30 summaries of select work conducted by our program's extension specialists and funded researchers to develop and provide stakeholder-driven, science-based information, tools, and other resources that support local communities, businesses, and individuals.
03/14/2023 Envisioning Community Flood Resilience | Jamaica Bay / NYC - News: A team of researchers published a journal article on the concept of resilience and how to define the term in a way that it can be measured, assessed and promoted in design and policy.
03/14/2023 On YouTube: New York Sea Grant Brings Strategies to COP27 Climate Summit | Climate - News: — By Chris Gonzales, Freelance Science Writer, New York Sea Grant Contact: Kathy Bu...
02/28/2023 More Than $6.3 Million in Funds for New Long Island Sound Research | Long Island Sound (Research) - Press Release: These new projects — focusing on Long Island Sound marshes, water quality, public beaches and seeking information that can be used to improve the conditions of the estuary for humans and wildlife — are supported by more than $6.3 million in total funds.
01/09/2023 New York Coastlines, Fall / Winter 2022 | Publications - Articles: Check out stories from the Fall / Winter 2022 issue of our flagship publication, NY Coastlines, and be sure you're on our e-list to receive our next issue, which is slated for release this Spring, likely in mid-late March, to our e-subscribers. We'll send you issues weeks before they're online.
12/12/2022 On Air: Communicating Rip Current Risk in English and Spanish | Coastal Processes & Hazards / Research - News: Rip currents pose a hazard to visitors to beaches in Long Island and across the nation. According to Dr. Jase Bernhardt, signage and education often do not take into account the region’s large Spanish-speaking population. “There is a dearth of safety materials in languages other than English,” he said, “and that can lead to fatalities.”
12/09/2022 On YouTube: 'Perfect Storm' of Conditions Leads to Record Fish Kills in LI Waters | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: "So we've got really the perfect storm here," SBU's Christopher Gobler said at a Cold Spring Harbor waterfront near waters that he described as the "epicenter" of the crisis. "Climate change, excessive nitrogen loading, leading to low oxygen."
09/14/2022 Seaweed Farms May Ease Ocean Acidity, Improve Water Quality | Research - News: Scientists are growing multiple types of seaweed in Long Island Sound, in near-shore locations in Connecticut and New York. Their goal: improve water quality while expanding the industry for cultivated seaweed, oysters, and mussels in the region.
09/14/2022 On YouTube: State of the Bays — 2022: Science Shows Promise | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: “All of Long Island is a watershed,” SBU's Chris Gobler remarked. “All activities on land affect the quality of the groundwater.” Over the past few decades, he notes, things have been changing on the Island. With an increase in population has come an increase of nitrogen—its primary source being nitrates in wastewater.
08/25/2022 NY Sea Grant Great Lakes Specialist Recognized by Women of Fisheries | Great Lakes Sustainable Recreational and Commercial Fisheries - Press Release: NYSG's Stacy Furgal has been recognized by Women of Fisheries as one of six co-authors of an article on lake trout stocking into the Lake Ontario. The article was published in the Journal of Great Lakes Research.
08/09/2022 New York Sea Grant Research: 2022 Ongoing Projects | Research - News: Summaries for ongoing investigations that address a variety of concerns within a few key topics, including: harmful algal blooms, microplastics, marine fisheries, aquaculture and coastal resiliency for communities on Long Island and around NY's Great Lakes.
08/09/2022 New York Sea Grant Research: 2021 Results and Impacts | Research - News: For 50 years, New York Sea Grant has been supporting university-based research related to a variety of marine, Hudson estuary, and Great Lakes topics and issues.
08/08/2022 Publications: Success Stories | Extension - 2022: Included in this annual review are three dozen summaries of select work conducted by our program's extension specialists and funded researchers to develop and provide stakeholder-driven, science-based information, tools, and other resources that support local communities, businesses, and individuals.
05/30/2022 New York Coastlines, Spring 2022 | Publications - Articles: Check out stories from the Spring 2022 issue of our flagship publication, NY Coastlines, and be sure you're on our e-list to receive our next issue, which is slated for release this Fall, likely in mid-late November, to our e-subscribers. We'll send you issues weeks before they're online.
05/25/2022 On YouTube: HABs A Summer of Discontent in Long Island's Coastal Waters | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: SBU scientists have completed their assessment of water quality in Long Island’s estuaries in 2021, and the news is not good. rom June through October, every major bay and estuary was afflicted by toxic algae blooms and oxygen-starved, dead zones.
05/06/2022 NYSG Research: Journal Articles Roundup | Research - News: Over a dozen summaries are offered for published journal articles based on Sea Grant research projects funded throughout New York State.
05/06/2022 Molecular Adaptation and Selection in Oysters | Research - News: A group of New York Sea Grant-funded scientists is using the eastern oyster as a model species to measure the importance of rapid evolutionary responses.
05/05/2022 Living with Water: Social and Emotional Impacts of Tidal Flooding | Jamaica Bay / NYC - News: A team of researchers has published a paper about the social and emotional impacts of sunny day flooding. Their goal is to better engage local knowledge into adaptation planning.
05/05/2022 The Hard Clam Selective Breeding Collaborative Offers Support for Stressed Clams | Marine Fisheries Resource Center / Research - News: Hard clams are a socioeconomically important species that are key to the marine food web, which is why a regional collaborative of scientists is focusing on challenges that have been delivering a one-two punch since the 1990s ...
03/16/2022 2022 Long Island Sound Research Conference | Long Island Sound (Research) - News: The 2022 Long Island Sound Research Conference will be held at Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport, CT on Wednesday May 18, 2022.
02/01/2022 $1.4 Million Awarded for Sea Grant Research on NY’s Coastal Environment, Economies and Communities | Research - Press Release: "These projects will make valuable contributions to the now 50-year legacy of NYSG-supported, science-based knowledge of benefit to New York State’s coastal communities."
12/23/2021 New York Sea Grant's 2020 Success Stories | Story Maps: A compilation of select 2020 coastal New York extension projects, outreach programs and research results that benefit New Yorkers.
12/23/2021 Hard Clam Selective Breeding Collaborative | Story Maps: A three year project under 2019's National Sea Grant Advanced Aquaculture Collaborative Programs in support of NOAA Sea Grant's 10 year Aquaculture Vision
08/28/2021 New York Coastlines, Summer 2021 | Publications - Articles: Check out stories from the Summer 2021 issue of our flagship publication, NY Coastlines, and be sure you're on our e-list to receive our next issue, which is slated for release in Spring '22 to our e-subscribers. We'll send you issues weeks before they're online.
08/06/2021 In Media: Kelp Could Be Environmental Elixir, And Economic Opportunity | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: Using kelp to help reduce nitrogen in Long Island waters was the subject Dr. Christopher Gobler's May 27th press conference at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) Marine Science Center at Stony Brook Southampton. This is a media mention related to that announcement.
08/06/2021 On Air: Cash For Kelp — Long Island Groups Create Seaweed Farm Incentive Program To Reduce Nitrogen | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: Using kelp to help reduce nitrogen in Long Island waters was the subject Dr. Christopher Gobler's May 27th press conference at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) Marine Science Center at Stony Brook Southampton. This is a media mention related to that announcement.
08/06/2021 On YouTube: Stony Brook Researchers — Sugar Kelp Could Help Cleanup Long Island's Waterways | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: Using kelp to help reduce nitrogen in Long Island waters was the subject Dr. Christopher Gobler's May 27th press conference at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) Marine Science Center at Stony Brook Southampton. This is a media mention related to that announcement.
08/06/2021 On YouTube: Incentive Spurs Plans to Grow Kelp for Reducing Nitrogen in Waters | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: Using kelp to help reduce nitrogen in Long Island waters was the subject Dr. Christopher Gobler's May 27th press conference at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) Marine Science Center at Stony Brook Southampton. This is a media mention related to that announcement.
08/06/2021 In Media: Cultivating Kelp Will Help Cut Down Nitrogen in Local Waters | Harmful Algal Blooms - Press Release: Using kelp to help reduce nitrogen in Long Island waters was the subject Dr. Christopher Gobler's May 27th press conference at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) Marine Science Center at Stony Brook Southampton.
08/05/2021 On YouTube: Early 'Mahogany Tide' Algae Bloom In Great South Bay Has Experts Greatly Concerned | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: Ahead of the Summer 2021 season, Stony Brook University investigator Christopher Gobler provided his annual “State of the Bays” address. This is one of the media mentions that followed as the season was underway.
08/05/2021 On YouTube: Tests Show Brown Tide Cell Count in Patchogue at Highest Level Since 2017 | Harmful Algal Blooms - News: Ahead of the Summer 2021 season, Stony Brook University investigator Christopher Gobler provided his annual “State of the Bays” address. This is one of the media mentions that followed as the season was underway.

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