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"Understanding Our Ocean Connections": NSF symposium highlights links among people and marine ecosystems

Long-Term Ecological Research symposium takes place on April 19, just before Earth Day

Fish under water.

On Thursday, April 19, NSF will hold a symposium on Understanding Our Ocean Connections.

Credit: Brian Zgliczynski


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Marine plankton.

Marine plankton provide essential ecosystem services, among them, sustaining fisheries.

Credit: Stephanie Anderson and Susanne Menden-Deuer, University of Rhode Island


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Halfmoon fish swim through a kelp forest

Halfmoon fish swim through a kelp forest off San Clemente Island, California.

Credit: Ron McPeak


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Chinstrap penguins on rocky shore

Chinstrap penguins on Dream Island, Western Antarctic Peninsula.

Credit: Donna Fraser


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A tricolored heron stalks fish

A tricolored heron stalks fish in a salt marsh at the NSF Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER site.

Credit: Erika Zambello


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Researcher standing in water up to his shoulders

During Hurricane Irma, Florida's Shark River Slough saw its highest water levels ever recorded.

Credit: Franco Tobias


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