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Building a shared context for science: Cross-group engagement at the science-policy interface

GOMA Virtual Tools Cafe – Monitoring: Impacts, Guidelines, and Alerts

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Climate and Conservation Coffee

Expanding Alabama’s Real-time Coastal Observing System for coastal management applications

Ecological Intensification of Agriculture

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Southeast Climate Monthly Webinar + ENSO Update

Empowered to Lead: Inspiring the Next Generation of Leaders

Losing Cultural Heritage: More Than Material Damage

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Cyanobacteria Bloom Assessment in Lakes of the Contiguous United States using Satellite Observations

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NOAA Adaptation Science Program and FY21 Competition

A Sense of Place: Indigenous Perspectives of Earth and Sky

Geospatial Forum with Dr. Elizabeth Wentz

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NEDTalk-Disaster Response and Flooding Resilience

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NC Citizen Science & Higher Education Symposium

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A Web-Based Decision Support System for Adaptation of Coastal Urban and Natural Ecosystems (ACUNE) in Southwest Florida

Environmental Justice Communities: Best Practices to Deal With Natural Disasters

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International Symposium on Conservation Impact

Deltas in the Anthropocene

SERPPAS Coastal Resilience Virtual Session

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International Symposium on Conservation Impact

South Atlantic Third Thursday Web Forum

Enhancing Opportunities for Socially Vulnerable Populations to have “A Seat at the Table” in Climate Resilience Planning

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NEDTalk- Cross-Cultural Competencies: The Interface Between Indigenous People’s Traditional Knowledge and Western Science

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Presenting The First Blue Carbon Conservation Methodology

The Sediment-bound Contaminant Resilience and Response (SCoRR) Strategy – A framework for evaluating potential environmental contaminant exposures

Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) River Basin Drought Assessment Webinar

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N.C. Resilient Coastal Communities Program

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From Observation to Inference: How Satellites and Big Data Can Help Us Understand the Effects of Land Conservation Decisions

Geospatial Analysis, Coastal Water Quality, and Carbon Cycling: a Biogeochemist’s Perspective

Collecting Data, Advocating Change, Building Resilience in NC

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Water Utility Risk and Resilience to Climate Change Impacts

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Seminar: Urban Biodiversity, Nearby Nature, and Environmental Justice

NEDTalk- Climate, Flooding, and Money

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NOAA Eastern Region Climate Services: Earth System Modeling and Fisheries Applications

GOMA Virtual Tools Cafe – Socioeconomics and Ecosystem Services

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What Does a Changing Climate Mean for Coastal Georgia?

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Climate and Conservation Coffee

Equity and Ecosystem Services Webinar – Part 2

Thomas Hager – Gerald H. Elkan Distinguished Lecture in Science and Society

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