The Southeast and Caribbean Disaster Resilience Partnership (SCDRP) is seeking a Program Coordinator. Submit a resume, cover letter explaining why you are uniquely qualified for the position, and 3 professional references by email to email@example.com by Wednesday, June 21, 2023. Click here for PDF of job announcement.
SECOORA is seeking applications to sponsor up to six candidates from the US Southeast to attend three UAS executive education courses offered by the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University. Submissions are due at 5:00 PM ET on June 30, 2023.
SECOORA is delighted to announce the release of the Harmful Algal Bloom Plan 2.0. This updated plan builds upon the successes and lessons learned from its predecessor - taking into account advancements in technology, research, investments, and stakeholder engagement.
SECOORA is excited to announce the launch of Southeast Marine Mapping Tool developed by The Nature Conservancy. This new tool assists ocean planning and management decisions, like offshore wind energy siting, by providing access to information such as observation and density data for marine species, seafloor and water column features, and ocean uses.
Join SECOORA to learn about the Mote Marine Laboratory’s Beach Conditions Reporting System presented by Aspen Cook (Mote Marine Laboratory) on April 4 at noon ET. The tool encourages the public to participate in community science and provides condition reports for beaches and coastal recreation areas. Click here to reserve your spot.
Join SECOORA to learn about the United States Geological Survey (USGS) Water Observing Systems network and USGS responses to 2022 tropical and extratropical storms. The webinar will be presented by Brian McCallum (USGS) and Athena Clark (USGS) on March 7 at noon ET.
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Save the date for the invite only workshop: “Water Levels in the Southeast: Understanding Sensors, Tools, Products, and Gaps". This in-person workshop will take place June 13-15, 2023 in Jacksonville, FL
Over six partners have joined forces to install a web camera, water level sensor, and an air quality monitor at the South Carolina Maritime Museum located on the banks of the Sampit River in Georgetown, SC.
SECOORA invites all members and stakeholders to participate in this short 10-minute survey to help us identify coastal acidification areas of concern. The results will directly inform the Interagency Working Group on Ocean Acidification’s (IWGOA) upcoming call for information on priority monitoring needs.