State of the Bay: Past, Present and Future - Revisited
Scientists share Jamaica Bay research results with the public
On October 20, 2011, the symposium State of the Bay: Past, Present and Future - Revisited took place at Brooklyn College. The symposium was sponsored by National Park Service, New York City Department of Environmental Protection and Brooklyn College.
Gateway hopes continue the sharing of research by hosting a series of symposia every few years. Scroll down to listen to audio files of the first two presentations.
To all who presented and to all those who attended: thank you! Please e-mail us your feedback. Let us know what you liked, what you did not and what you would like to hear about next time.
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