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Sequestration of CO2 streams is intended to be part of a suite of measures to tackle the challenge of climate change and ocean acid- ification, including, first and foremost, the need to further develop and use low carbon forms of energy and conservation measures to reduce emissions.
Guidelines on how to store CO2 in sub- seabed geological formations will be devel- oped for adoption by the Parties to the
London Protocol when they meet for their second session in November 2007. These guidelines will address how to store CO2 in a manner that meets all the requirements of the Protocol and is safe for the marine envi- ronment, over both the short- and long- term.
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WHOI Sea Grant Seeks
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's (WHOI)
Sea Grant Program is seeking pre-proposals for the 2008-2010 funding cycle. The theme areas are fisheries and aquaculture, environ- mental technologies, and estuarine and coastal processes-however, proposals representing other areas will be considered. Regional and collaborative proposals are encouraged-proj- ects that address problems or issues related to regional-scale changes that impact ecosys- tem-level processes, involve collaboration among a number of Sea Grant programs, and are broad enough in scope to support a multi- disciplinary team effort. For more information, see the WHOI Sea Grant website, email Judy
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Submissions are due by March 14.
EPA BEACH Act Grants - EPA has announced the availability of $10 million in grants for beach water-quality monitoring and public notifi- cation programs. All 35 coastal and Great
Lakes states and U.S. territories maintain moni- toring programs using the EPA funding, with an additional focus on developing new rapid analy- sis technologies for bacteria. Applications are due by April 11. For more information, see the grant announcement or email CZ-
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