Sea Grant News & Notes for March 26, 2003

of the lowest water levels on record."

El Nino conditions occur every three to four years, and usually bring warmer and drier than average weather. Little snow has fallen in the Great Lakes basin this winter and according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers precipitation is down substantially. Compounding the problem are dry soils throughout the basin, soils that absorb more melted snow and rainwater, leaving less to replenish the lakes. For more visit Keillor's Great Lakes Water Level website at: http://www.seagrant.wisc.edu/outreach/coastal_engr/whatsnew/ce_lakelevelupdate.asp
CONTACT: Philip Keillor, Coastal Engineering Specialist, Wisconsin Sea Grant, 608-263-5133; Email: jkeillor@seagrant.wisc.edu

Media Relations Office Suspending Services; Sherman Heads to NOAA's National Ocean Service
The Sea Grant National Media Relations Office, a nine-year service connecting members of the news media and other interests with sources throughout the National Sea Grant College Program's 30-state program network, will close its National Press Building Office this Friday, March 28 and suspend operations. Ben Sherman, Sea Grant's National Media Relations Director since the project's start in 1994, has accepted the position of Public Affairs Officer for NOAA's National Ocean Service (NOS) and will commence his work in Silver Spring, MD beginning on April 7.

Members of the Sea Grant Communications Network as well as NOAA Research Public Affairs officer Jana Goldman will continue to provide media services. The twice-monthly tip sheet news service, of which this is the final edition, will not be continued in the near future. The Sea Grant Media Center website will be updated regularly to assist the media and the public in accessing Sea Grant information. Sherman will also continue to forward

Contact: Ben Sherman
National Sea Grant College Program

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