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Lubchenco to headline Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Conference speaker lineup
Date:10/15/2010

otechnical engineering; regional oceanography; chemical weathering and biological consumption; dispersants; ecological consequences and toxicity; economic and social impacts; and stakeholders, science and policy

The conference is co-chaired by Robert H. Weisberg, Distinguished University Professor of Physical Oceanography at the University of South Florida; William T. Hogarth, Acting Director of the Florida Institute of Oceanography; and Michael P. Crosby, Senior Vice President for Research at Mote Marine Laboratory.

Oral or poster presentations on substantial and original research on all aspects of the Gulf Oil Spill disaster and its impact also will be featured. Additional information is available on the conference website or contact oilspill@research.usf.edu or by calling Sudeep Sarkar at (813) 974-5570.


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Contact: Sudeep Sarkar
813-974-5570
University of South Florida (USF Health)
Source:Eurekalert

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