Tenth Anniversary: Connecticut Sea Grant College Program Designation Annual Report 1997-1998
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Tenth Anniversary: Connecticut Sea Grant College Program Designation Annual Report 1997-1998

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    The Connecticut Sea Grant College Program has had the privilege of helping to generate useful scientific knowledge and disseminate information on the local, state, national and international levels for nearly twenty years, and the University of Connecticut now celebrates its first decade as a full-fledged Sea Grant College. When Congress passed the Sea Grant College and Program Act of 1966, it established a national network to support marine research, outreach, and education with the goal of fostering the wise use and development of the nation's coastal and marine resources. Connecticut Sea Grant started up sporadically in the late 1970's and early 1980's with a modest extension effort and began to grow steadily once a comprehensive research program was instituted. Under the leadership of Edward C. Monahan, who became director in 1986, the program expanded considerably in scope and the University of Connecticut received its designation as a Sea Grant College in 1988. The current national strategic plan for the National Sea Grant Program emphasizes three focus areas: Economic Leadership, Coastal Ecosystem Health and Public Safety, and Education and Human Resources. Connecticut Sea Grant sponsors research and educational activities that tie into these themes, with a specific slant toward issues of importance to Connecticut and Long Island Sound. This report has selected highlights from 10 years of Sea Grant at the University of Connecticut (UCONN) as well as the annual report for 1997-1998.
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    CONN-Q-98-001
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