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Research: about SERC Research
  Databases Online
  Data Management (meta data)
  Search for pages within this site related to research themes or keywords
  Research Labs : listing of all labs with links to lab home page
    Animal Plant Interaction: Ilka Feller
      Mangrove biocomplexity project
    Benthic Ecology: Richard Osman
    Biogeochemistry: Patrick Megonigal
    Carbon Dioxide: Bert Drake
    Ecological Modeling: Donald Weller
    Estuarine Ecology: Denise Breitburg
    Fish & Invertebrate Ecology: Anson Hines
    Forest Ecology : Geoffrey Parker
    Invasive Species: Gregory Ruiz
      Aquatic Invasions Research Directory : AIRD
      National Exotic Marine and Estuarine Species Information System (NEMESIS)
      National Ballast Information Clearinghouse (NBIC)
      NISbase: portal for querying multiple invasive species databases
    Microbial Ecology: Cindy Gilmour
    Nutrient: Thomas Jordan
    Photobiology & Solar Radiation: Patrick Neale
    Phytoplankton Ecology: Charles Gallegos
      Phytoplankton Guide
    Plant Ecology: Dennis Whigham
    Protistan Ecology: Wayne Coats
    Terrestrial Ecology: John Parker
    Trace Elements: Gerhardt Fritz Riedel
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Professional Training : Overview  
  Internship program Overview  
    Project Menu  
    How to Apply  
    Alumni List  
    Help us find lost alumni  
    Intern Corner: presentations, projects, photos and contacts of current interns and alumni
  University Partnerships  
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Education : Overview    
  On Site K-12 Programs : Overview  
    Request a registration  
    Estuary Chesapeake (for grades 4-6)  
    Creeks, Creatures, and Canopies (for grades K-3)  
    Wetland Ecology Program (for grades 6 and up)  
    Chesapeake Research Cruise (for grades 9 and up)  
    Java History Trail (Public Program for all ages)  
    Student Training in Aquatic Research (grades 9-12)  
  Distance Learning Programs: Overview  
    Request a registration (for video conferences)  
    Video Conferences : overview and program list  
    Electronic Field Trips  
  Teacher's Corner  
    Planning your field trip  
    Professional Development  
  Resources: Content resource for students and teachers  
    Blue Crab Online Resource  
    I'ts All in the Watershed: Stories of life and research in the Chesapeake Bay watershed
  Multi-media Gallery  
    Print publications  
    Photo Album  
    Video Clips  
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About SERC  
  Background Information about SERC  
  Mission Statement  
  Message from the Director  
  History of SERC  
  Research Highlights : notable accomplishments  
  Board of Advisors  
  Professional Affiliations  
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  Employment, volunteering, support  
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People & Contacts  
  Staff directory searchable by name, position, research area  
    Staff listing: by department  
    Staff listing: alphabetical  
  Laboratory listing by principal investigator (PI)  
  Expert list: Principal Investigators,their area of research expertise, focus, and link to their lab home page.  
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Visiting SERC: General information tor researchers and interns  
  About the research Site: including description of major habitats, representative species, coastla plain of Chesapeake Bay Watershed
  Facilities: General facilities, computer, GIS, Libraries, vehicles, boats, accomodations, conference
  Weather: current conditions and local forecast
  About the local area
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Public Programs : What's available to general public, hours of operation  
  Calendar of Events  
  For Adults  
  For Kids  
  For All Ages  
  Evening Lectures (monthly)  
  Science Seminars (weekly during workday)  
  Java Trail (self-guided walking tour)  
  Family Canoe Tours (Saturdays in summer)  
  Annual Open House (One Saturday every May)  
  Summer Camps  
  Pet Policy  
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News and Media Center  
  Current News  
  Press Releases by date  
  Expert list: Principal Investigators,their area of research expertise, focus, and link to their lab home page.