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Marine Geological Samples Repositories Town Hall


August 30, 2021

Colleagues:

 

“The curators of the four NSF Marine Geological Samples Repositories (Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory Core Repository, Oregon State University Marine and Geology Repository, University of Rhode Island Marine Geological Samples Laboratory, and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Seafloor Samples Repository), invite the community to a virtual Town Hall.

Join the curators on Zoom September 8, 2021 3-4:30 pm EDT for an introduction and discussion of the sample repositories.

Complete our survey to help shape our conversation.

Follow the link below or in the attached document for the survey and more information about the Town Hall.

https://web.uri.edu/gso/research/marine-geological-samples-laboratory/virtual-town-hall/ “

 

Sincerely,

Terry Quinn

Division Director, OCE

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