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The Integration and Application Network staff conducted a short course in science communication on May 19-20, 2005 for Chesapeake Bay Program scientists. The course was conducted on the front porch of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) Center Administration in Cambridge, Maryland. In spite of a regional power blackout, science communication skills were developed and honed with the aid of an emergency generator. Course attendees included scientists from Maryland Department of Natural Resources, National Park Service, US Geological Survey, and UMCES.
Further information: www.ian.umces.edu