Month: December 2012

2012 OCR Year-end fundraising appeal

Dear OCR Community and Friends, If there is a sentiment that carries us through the autumn it is gratitude. In taking account of, and “putting by” the harvest of our labors we get an opportunity to reflect on how fortunate…

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Mapping Cetaceans and Sound

Thanks to a number of folks in this august group we were sent a substantial article from Monday’s NY Times about ocean noise pollution. The initiating work discussed in the article is a NOAA sponsored meta-data framework on mapping marine…

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The Saga of the Coughing Scallop

We can always count on something interesting from ocean hero Richard Charter – as Co-chair of the National Outer Continental Shelf coalition he keeps his “toe in the flow” of ocean news. So when something ‘acoustic’ bubbles up he tosses…

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