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Paul C. Focazio

Assistant Director of Community Relations New York Sea Grant
Cornell University – IRL School 570 Lexington Ave., 12th Floor New York New York 10022-6072 United States New York Sea Grant Stony Brook University 123A Nassau Hall Stony Brook New York 11794-5001 United States Work Phone: 631-632-6910 Cell Phone: 516-250-0116 Website: New York Sea Grant
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Paul C. Focazio oversees the development and production of the coastal science program’s Web site (http://www.nyseagrant.org), e-newsletter and all social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube).
Focazio writes and disseminates NYSG’s content quarterly via New York Coastlines, the program’s flagship publication, and a “Social Media Review” at http://www.nyseagrant.org/blog. He also maintains NYSG’s numerous resource sites for extension specialists and a number of special research and education initiatives.
NYSG, a cooperative program of Cornell University and the State University of New York, is one of 33 university-based programs under the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Sea Grant College Program. For over 50 years, Sea Grant has been engaging with a network of the nation’s top universities to conduct scientific research, education, training and extension projects that help foster science-based decisions about the use and conservation of our aquatic resources.
Categories: Atlantic Ocean, Beach Safety, Coastal Stewardship, Estuary Education, Fisheries, Hudson River, Jamaica Bay, Long Island Sound, Peconic Estuary, Seafood Safety, South Shore Estuary, Water Quality
Updated 3 months ago.
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