Maryland and Delaware Climate Change Education Assessment and Research

Maryland Sea Grant College
The Maryland Sea Grant College at the University of Maryland was established in 1977 to protect and restore Maryland’s coastal resources—funding research, education and outreach while addressing scientific, economic and social challenges facing the Chesapeake Bay. Members of Maryland state universities and academic laboratories contribute their expertise to research of fisheries management, plankton dynamics, invasive species and nutrient cycles.  Graduate and undergraduate students are given the opportunity to participate in Sea Grant-funded research.  Sea Grant strives to connect scientific expertise with those directly impacted by the Bay, and publishes Chesapeake Quarterly, a magazine targeted to both managers and the public. For more information, visit Sea Grant’s website at

Climate Change Topics: Sea Level Rise, Extreme Weather, Mitigation, Adaptation

Published: December, 2010

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