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STEAM the Streets - Tammy Silva

Marine Science Career Profiles

Meet Tammy, a Research Marine Ecologist from Fall River, Massachusetts. Tammy shares her story as she persevered to a career where she now studies her favorite animal - whales. Thanks to all who are working on this initiative, and other pathways to build a diverse, equitable, inclusive NOAA workforce. (video, 5:33)

SOURCE: ONMS Weekly Report

GOM 2024 Conference

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The 2024 Gulf of Mexico Conference will take place in Tampa, Florida from February 19-22, 2024. Held at the Tampa Convention Center, this event will bring together coastal scientists and stakeholders in state and federal government, academia, non-profit, and private sectors to discuss current Gulf research and collaborate on new opportunities. Emphasizing the intersection of science, policy, and management, GOMCON will include sessions on themes that are important to ecosystem and community resilience as well as restoration and natural resource management. The GOMCON Program Committee invites proposals for scientific sessions for the upcoming 2024 conference. Sessions should establish dialogue, facilitate collaboration, and/or identify needs and gaps around the proposed area of interest. Session proposals that promote the integration of science and management into decision-making are encouraged. Visit the GOMCON 2024 website to read a description of the conference topics. The deadline to submit a session is July 28, 2023. Details on the schedule, registration, and hotels will be available on Aug. 1, 2023. The call for abstracts will open on Sept. 1, 2023.

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The NOAA Central Library Seminar program provides an educational forum (hosting over 1,000 presentations since 1992) for the presentation of ideas, research updates and news in support of NOAA's mission: to understand and predict changes in climate, weather, oceans and coasts; to share that knowledge and information with others; and to conserve and manage coastal and marine ecosystems and resources. To contact the seminar coordinator please email

Florida's Coral Reef Webinar Series

Past recordings available.

Every year, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Coral Reef Conservation Program celebrates Earth Month by offering a series of classes about Florida's Coral Reef. Join them to learn from staff and local experts on topics including how to identify corals and fish, the threats facing our reefs and how you can help. 

Go here to view the recordingsEarth Month Webinar Series webpage.

SOURCE: AZA Florida Reef Tract List.

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