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GLIN==> New from New York: Sea Grant's WWW Update

Seasons Greetings from New York!

   Recent additions to NYSG's web site, <www.seagrant.sunysb.edu>, include:

- Text and PDF versions of the watershed-themed Fall '99 Coastlines, our
quarterly magazine,
   as well as Report #4 from the NOAA Coastal Ocean Program/NYSG Brown Tide
   Initiative (BTRI).

- New additions to our "Media Releases and Articles" archive, including Newsday
's mention of
  NYSG's support for research to better understand the mysterious die-off of
Long Island lobsters;
The NY Times' interest in the release of the latest BTRI findings; and Seafood
specialist Ken Gall's
  advisement of HACCP safety guidelines as featured in the October issue of Food
Product Design.

- Online versions of special NY Sea Grant publications, including a series of
marine Planting Guides
   produced by extension specialist Bob Kent and the electronic version of
Proceedings from extension
   specialist Mark Malchoff's Bycatch Workshop.

-  Several new NYSG-supported funding opportunities, including a Cooperative
Research Fellowship
   Program with the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve and the
EPA-Sea Grant
   1999 Long Island Sound Research Request for Proposals.

    For all this and more, surf over to NYSG's web site, an electronic
presentation of how we're
    "Bringing Science to the Shore" into the next century. And be sure to stop
by in early 2000,
    when we plan to launch an overall redesign of the site!

Paul C. Focazio
New York Sea Grant Assistant Communicator
115 Discovery Hall
SUNY at Stony Brook
Stony Brook, NY 11794-5001
Phone:    631-632-6910
Fax:      631-632-6917
E-mail:   pfocazio@notes.cc.sunysb.edu
Internet: http://www.seagrant.sunysb.edu

New York Sea Grant-Bringing Science to the Shore since 1971

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  You can outfit change, or both"

? Kenneth Cole