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Attending 36th Annual International Conference on Coastal Engineering 2018

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Attending 36th Annual International Conference on Coastal Engineering 2018

CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. will be attending and exhibiting at the 36th International Conference on Coastal Engineering in Baltimore, MD. Deborah Kilbane, CSA’s Ports, Harbors, & Beaches Market Director, will be available to discuss our environmental assessment, management, and mitigation capabilities specific to coastal development and restoration projects. Please visit us at Booth 112 to learn how CSA can help manage your environmental requirements.

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North Carolina Seagrass Landscape Dynamics & Consequences for Mitigation

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Seagrasses are one of the planet’s most productive marine ecosystems and North Carolina has by far the largest extent of this community on the Atlantic coast of the North American continent. Because seagrasses and submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) in general are limited to shallow water in the mid-Atlantic region they are sometimes touched by projects needed for providing public access and public safety along the coast that in turn generate a need for mitigation. However, the spatial and temporal dynamics of SAV communities must be understood and incorporated into mitigation planning for it to be effective. CSA conducts mitigation projects that incorporate emerging science on the dynamics of these seagrass ecosystems into project design to produce innovative options for habitat recovery and persistence.

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CSA at Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School

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2018 Permitting Summer School

CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) is a proud sponsor of the 32nd Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School to be held in Marco Island, Florida on July 17 – 20, 2018. Visit us in Booth #307 and enter to win our annual beach party prize!

Environmental Permitting Summer School is the largest environmental conference in Florida and provides the most up-to-date information and training regarding environmental permitting. It is attended by more than 850 attorneys, consultants, engineers, state and local government officials, developers, landowners and others with a strong interest in environmental issues in Florida. Florida Environmental Permitting Summer School qualifies for continuing education credits for environmental professionals.

Join CSA scientists as they present courses on:

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Did you know that CSA Ocean Sciences has collected thousands of underwater photos and videos every year for almost 5 decades?

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Did you know that CSA Ocean Sciences has collected thousands of underwater photos and videos every year for almost 5 decades?

Every year since the 1970’s, CSA performs multidisciplinary programs that range from nearshore monitoring surveys to full ocean depth studies. Visual data collection – photography and video – play a significant role in successfully fulfilling the scientific requirements of these programs around the globe. These data include thousands of photos and videos, from decades of projects, that comprise terabytes of data managed by CSA. CSA’s library is one of the largest of its kind in the world.

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