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Kachemak Bay and area marine issues, delivered to your email inbox

Posted by Laura Haskins - Library Director on February 11, 2012

Two new publications are available to keep you up to date with important marine science and environmental issues, and both free subscriptions are automatically delivered to your email inbox once you sign up.

The Prince William Sound Regional Citizen’s Advisory Council newletter, The Observer, is a free subscription from the organization that promotes and monitors “the environmentally safe operation of the Alyeska terminal and associated tankers.” Formed in the wake of the Exxon Valdez oil spill, the group is made up of all of the entities affected by the spill, including Seldovia. In addition to spill prevention, the organization also works in areas such as environmental education and the spread of non-indigenous marine species.

To subscribe to The Observer, go to the organization’s home page and sign up in the form in the left-hand sidebar, just below their contact information.

The Kachemak Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve publishes the second useful newsletter about our waters. According to Reserve Manager Terry Thompson,

the newsletter will provide updates on reserve projects and activities, including research, education, training and administration. It will also include an upcoming calendar of events, some fun facts about what’s being learned about the bay and surrounding watershed, and a highlight section covering such things the Community Council, special events, and specific research projects.

To be added to the free subscription list, just send an email requesting the newsletter to Reserve Manager Terry Thompson at


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