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Making Community Science Work
March 16 @ 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm
The HAB Observing Group is excited to announce that our third webinar, focused on “Making Community Science Work” will take place on Wednesday, March 16 from 3:00-4:15 PM EST.
This webinar will feature panelists Dr. Steve Morton (NOAA NCCOS), Teri King (Washington Sea Grant), Chris Whitehead (Sitka Tribe of Alaska) and Dr. George Bullerjahn (Bowling Green State University), and discuss the importance of community science for HABs, share examples of some successes and challenges of HAB community/citizen science, and address how an NHABON can assist with this process through data management and other efforts. We look forward to a great discussion. Please register for the webinar by filling out this form!
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The HAB Observing Group is designed to be an informal community-based coalition aimed at bolstering scientific collaboration and information/resource sharing for HAB observing system operators, data users and stakeholders, technology manufacturers, academia, and government agencies. For any questions, or suggestions for how we can continue to make the HAB Observing Group a helpful community resource, please contact Maggie Chory (email@example.com). Please forward this message as appropriate. For more information, please see the following webpage: http://www.ioosassociation.org/nationalhabobserving
HAB Observing Group Steering Committee:
Dr. Quay Dortch, NOAA/NCCOS, Co-Chair, Dr. Clarissa Anderson, SCCOOS, Co-Chair, Dr. Mike Brosnahan, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Dr. Greg Doucette, NOAA NCCOS, Dr. Barb Kirkpatrick, Gulf of Mexico Coastal Ocean Observing System, Marc Suddleson, NOAA NCCOS, Dr. Tiffany Vance, NOAA IOOS