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Sea Grant News & Notes for March 26, 2003

FINAL EDITION: This will be the final edition of Sea Grant News & Notes for the foreseeable future. I hope you have found these mailings both interesting and useful windows to the mirade of coastal and marine science being undertaken by the 30-state National Sea Grant College Program.

Your editor, Ben Sherman, will become the new NOAA Public Affairs Officer for NOAA's National Ocean Service (NOS) effective Monday, April 7. He can be reached there by email at ben.sherman@noaa.gov or by telephone at 301-713-3066. For Sea Grant inquires please contact NOAA Research Public Affairs Officer Jana Goldman at jana.goldman@noaa.gov or by telephone at 301-713-2483 or visit the Sea Grant Media Center website at www.seagrantnews.org .

Sea Grant Research News:
Oregon Sea Grant Research May Help Solve Non-Point Source Pollution Riddle
Record Low Water Levels Possible On Great Lakes
Media Relations Office Suspending Services

Sea Grant Web Spotlight: HazNet - http://www.haznet.org

Sea Grant Calendar Spotlight:
"Inaugural National Conference on Coastal and Estuarine Habitat Restoration"
April 13, 2003 - April 16, 2003, Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor Hotel, Baltimore, MD

SEA GRANT RESEARCH NEWS:
Oregon Sea Grant Research May Help Solve Non-Point Source Pollution Riddle
Non-point source pollution is one of the great riddles of environmental management. If you don't know where it is coming from, how are you going to keep it from coming back?

Oregon Sea Grant funding of research by microbiologist Katharine Field has led to the development of a new test for the source of water-born fecal contamination, a test that is both faster and far more specific than existing ones. Instead of focusing on fecal coliform, as do most exis
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Contact: Ben Sherman
sherman@nasw.org
301-262-5495
National Sea Grant College Program
26-Mar-2003


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