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Outreach and Extension Services: Communications, Outreach, and Education


Two if by Sea
Joint newsletter of the WHOI and MIT Sea Grant programs.

Directory of Cape & Islands Coastal Outreach Organizations
Helpful to educators and students.
DeRosa, S.D. (ed.)
2007 WHOI-I-07-001
Available exclusively online: click here
This directory provides information for organizations located on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, including the islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard, that share the Sea Grant objective of providing the public with information to aid in the preservation and wise utilization of our local coastal and marine resources. The directory, which is updated annually, includes private organizations, town departments, as well as county, state, and federal agencies.

Portfolio: Outreach, Education and Human Resources
Woods Hole Sea Grant
14 pp., 2005 WHOI-Q-05-005
Also available online as a PDF file: click here
Learn more of how Woods Hole Sea Grant’s investment in Outreach and Education has resulted in the development and implementation of outreach materials and educational programs designed to encourage users of our marine and coastal resources to explore, understand, and appreciate the value of these resources.

Theme Booklet: Outreach, Education and Human Resources
WHOI Sea Grant
4 pp., 2000 WHOI-G-00-007
Also available online: click here

Nor'easter Articles Available from Sea Grant
Helpful to educators and students.
5 pp., 1995 WHOI-L-95-001
A brochure which includes brief descriptions of, and ordering information for, all articles appearing in Nor'easter, the magazine published twice per annum by the Sea Grant programs of the Northeast: Connecticut, Maine/New Hampshire, Massachusetts (MIT and WHOI), New York, and Rhode Island.

A Storm Drain Painting Project
Helpful to educators and students.
Crago, T.I. (ed.)
2 pp., 1995 WHOI-G-93-003
Distributed during WHOI Sea Grant's annual Storm Drain Painting Project, this fact sheet lists items typically placed in storm drains and offers solutions for proper disposal.

Falmouth Pond Watchers. Water Quality Monitoring of Falmouth's Coastal Ponds: Results from the 1993 Season
Helpful to educators and students.
Only available on loan from the National Sea Grant Library
Howes, B. L. and D.D. Goehringer
65 pp., 1994 WHOI-T-94-001

Falmouth Pond Watchers. Water Quality Monitoring of Falmouth's Coastal Ponds: Report from the 1992 Season
Helpful to educators and students.
Only available on loan from the National Sea Grant Library
Howes, B. and D.D. Goehringer
89 pp., 1993 WHOI-T-93-001

The Falmouth Pond Watchers: A Case Study in Volunteer Monitoring Programs
Helpful to educators and students.
Crago, T.I. and A. Frater
Nor'easter, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 28-32, 1992 WHOI-R-92-005
Like so many coastal ponds in Massachusetts and throughout New England, salt ponds in the Town of Falmouth are showing signs of diminished water quality and ecological stress. With their extensive shorelines and generally restricted circulation and flushing patterns, these ponds are usually the first indicators of nutrient pollution along the coast. Since 1987, the Citizen Volunteer Monitoring Effort for Falmouth's Coastal Ponds (better known as the "Pond Watchers") has been providing much needed water quality data for the development of data-based management plans for now five coastal ponds in Falmouth, Massachusetts. This project represents a unique partnership between local citizens, town government, and WHOI scientists whereby scientific information generated through the efforts of citizen volunteers under the guidance of WHOI scientists is applied directly (and immediately) to planning decisions for the town. The success of this project depends largely upon the efforts of a group of private citizens with wide ranging backgrounds and educational pursuits, all sharing a common interest in maintaining the health of their nearshore coastal waters.

Falmouth Pond Watchers: Update on 1991 Citizen Volunteer Monitoring of Water Quality in Falmouth's Coastal Ponds
Helpful to educators and students.
Only available on loan from the National Sea Grant Library
Howes, B.L. and D.D. Goehringer
63 pp., 1992 WHOI-T-92-001

Falmouth Pond Watchers: Interim Report on Citizen Volunteer Monitoring of Water Quality in Falmouth's Coastal Ponds
Helpful to educators and students.
Only available on loan from the National Sea Grant Library
Howes, B.L., D.D. Goehringer, and A.W. White
35 pp., 1991 WHOI-T-91-002
The 1990 field season of the Citizen's Monitoring Project for Falmouth's Coastal Ponds proved to be highly successful, due primarily to the enthusiasm and dedication of Falmouth's Volunteer "Pond Watchers." Through their continued efforts, data from four years of sampling on three of Falmouth's ecologically fragile coastal salt ponds (Oyster, Little, and Green Ponds) have been compiled. A major expansion of the volunteer effort, coupled with a more focused temporal sampling scheme based upon the experience in these three ponds, has enabled a major project expansion in 1990 to include two additional ponds (Bournes and Great) in the sampling program.

Final Report on Citizen Volunteer Monitoring of Water Quality in Falmouth's Coastal Ponds
Helpful to educators and students.
Only available on loan from the National Sea Grant Library
Howes, B.L., A.W. White, and D.D. Goehringer
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Technical Report, WHOI-Q-90-001, 45 pp., 1990 WHOI-Q-90-001


 
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