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PMEL Ocean Acidification Liaison


Dr. Meg Chadsey feels fortunate that her dual role as a Washington Sea Grant specialist and PMEL Liaison allows her to work on a variety of ocean acidification-related projects with diverse partners. Her favorite projects are those that connect the world of scientific research with the information needs of stakeholders and the public. Meg has created outreach materials, videos, and demonstration projects for schools, science communicators and decision makers.

Find updates from Sea Grant’s PMEL Ocean Acidification Liaison, Meg Chadsey, below.

Updates from Meg Chadsey coming soon.

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