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Our Sea Grant desktop wallpapers are one of our most popular products.  December's is available for download now; stay tuned for January 2014. Download here >>
Sea Talk
DESG's popular educational video series, Sea Talk, highlights belemnites for December.  Check out our Sea Talk episodes >>
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In addition to our popular summer tours, we offer tours of the Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes year-round for groups of  five or more people.  Come enjoy the new museum-quality exhibits in the main hallway of the Cannon Laboratory! More information >>
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December 2013
Dear Friends,

What a great year it has been for Delaware Sea Grant. We have so much to be thankful for and so much to be excited about in the coming year!  At this time of year, I am always reminded of how lucky we are in Delaware to truly know our neighbors and work daily with our stakeholders while extending science to serve the state.   Thank you for sharing in our successes.
Wishing you a wonderful holiday season,
Nancy Targett, Dean & Director

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Coast Day draws a crowd

Warm weather--warm enough for some to be sitting on the sands of Delaware beaches--drew huge crowds to this year's Coast Day on Oct. 6 highlighting "Building Resilient Coastal Communities."  Students in our fifth grade essay contest told heartwarming stories of lessons learned from hurricanes Sandy and Irene. This year, the addition of an oyster shucking contest and the world's largest LEGO ship collection brought many first time visitors to the event.  We were thrilled at the turnout and are already preparing for our 38th annual Coast Day. Mark your calendars for Oct. 5, 2014!
Wind, climate change focus
This fall, first graders from Smyrna Elementary School combined their classroom studies of wind energy with a trip to UD's Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes to see the UD wind turbine in person and participate in hands-on lessons.  Read more >>
Catching Wind with Delaware Sea Grant
Catching Wind with Delaware Sea Grant
DESG has also been actively involved with the MADE CLEAR program--conducting a Climate Science Academy and supporting climate communication efforts.

Delaware Sea Grant funded scientist, George Luther, and his colleagues from institutions in Canada were featured in the August issue of Science, reporting on a new discovery of the role of manganese in aquatic environments.  Read more >>

In addition, Vic Klemas, a long time DESG supported researcher, learned that his article "Remote sensing of coastal plumes and ocean fronts: Overview and case study" was one of Fisheries Research's most downloaded articles this fall.   

2013 Delaware Sea Grant College Program
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