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New Hampshire Sea Grant’s Coastal Research Volunteers Help Researchers See the Big Picture

From counting horseshoe crabs, to measuring eels and salt marsh plants to quantifying microplastics on the beach and much more, citizen scientists collect data researchers wouldn't otherwise be able to

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Steve Jones Associated Director of New Hampshire Sea Grant founded the Coastal Research Volunteers with the goal to provide volunteers with opportunities to engage in meaningful science and to benefit scientific research in the region. The program has been going strong for three years and is an overwhelming success, with volunteers helping researchers collect data they would otherwise be unable to collect. 


Sturgeon for the Shedd

New exhibit on Lake Sturgeon now on public display at the Shedd Aquarium

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Fourteen Lake Sturgeon were transported to the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, IL where they will increase public awareness about the fascinating history behind Sturgeon and the importance of the species to the Great Lakes ecosystem. 


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