[Coral-List] Coral reef and ocean decline

Szmant, Alina szmanta at uncw.edu
Sun Feb 26 20:09:28 EST 2006

For those of you loooking for how some scientists are trying to desseminate the word....
Dr. Alina M. Szmant
Coral Reef Research Group
UNCW-Center for Marine Science 
5600 Marvin K. Moss Ln
Wilmington NC 28409
Tel: (910)962-2362 & Fax:  (910)962-2410
Cell:  (910)200-3913
email:  szmanta at uncw.edu
Web Page:  http://people.uncw.edu/szmanta
From: <brian.zavala at mail.utexas.edu>
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 11:39:56 -0600 (CST)
To: <morrisonj at uncw.edu>
Subject: University of Texas Ocean Research Webcast

Dear Science Enthusiast,

University of Texas at Austin Webcast Entitled "Brave New Ocean."

A webcast presentation given by Professor Jeremy Jackson, William E. and
Mary B. Ritter Professor and Director of the Geosciences Research Division
at Scripps Institution of Oceanography will be March 3, 2006 at 7pm. Dr.
Jeremy Jackson is one of the most prominent marine ecologists in the world
and he has a message to get out about the world's oceans - it documents
declines in coral reefs, decreasing numbers of large marine fish, and losses
of coastal and marine ecosystems.  More than just an academic researcher,
Dr. Jackson has actively searched for innovative ways to reach the public,
applying his skills as a communicator with his scientific knowledge to
inspire action.  Dr. Jackson desires to reach a broader audience and affect
change into the future with tomorrow's generation on this topic of interest.

View a FREE web broadcast of the lecture live Friday, March 3, 2006 at 7 pm
CST. During the live webcast, you can submit questions to Dr. Jackson and he
will answer as many as he can for the live and webcast audiences.

If possible, can you distribute or post a link to this webcast on your
website, newsletter, or listserv as well as pass this notice on to any
colleagues of yours that may be interested.

The link to our Lecture Series website, where the details of the lecture and
the webcast can be found, is:

Please let me know if you will consider posting this information.

Thanks for your time,

Brian Zavala
Environmental Science Institute
The University of Texas at Austin
brian.zavala at mail.utexas.edu

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