Final report : educational programs on coastal resources for public and municipal audiences
Corporate Authors:Audubon Society of New Hampshire ; Seacoast Science Center ; New Hampshire Coastal Program ; ... More ▼
Study And Teaching
Coastal Ecology/Study And Teaching/New Hampshire
Endangered Species/New Hampshire
Environmental Education/New Hampshire
Estuaries/Interpretive Programs/New Hampshire
Wildlife Management/New Hampshire
Funding:Funding: New Hampshire Coastal Program, as authorized by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA); grant number: NA 47OZ0237; project number: 94.4.3;
Description:Project objective -- Endangered species program -- The Great Bay resource programs -- Coastal resource programs -- Project analysis -- Appendix A. Script for the endangered species slide show -- Appendix B. Sample endangered and threatened species brochures and information packet -- Appendix C. Script for The Great Bay Estuary, its cultural and natural history, fact sheets, copy of [policy recommendation] -- Appendix D. Publicity materials for coastal resource programs -- Appendix E. Outlines for the Awcomin Marsh tour and The coastal resource waking tour, with list of speakers and lecture series (Seacoast 2000) reading materials -- Appendix F. Script for the coastal issue lecture.
"The program series were: endangered species (slide show and collateral materials), natural and cultural history of the Great Bay (for three audiences), coastal resources program (walking tours, slide show, lecture series). The program incorporated current wildlife research and resource management tools."--p.1.
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