Thursday, October 26, 2017
9:00a CT – 4:00p CT (registration starts at 8:30a CT)
Mississippi State University Coastal Research and Extension Center
1815 Popps Ferry Rd, Biloxi, MS 39532
How does science help manage oil spills? What information could help us strengthen oil spill response? How can we improve data sharing so it is early and often and collected in a format that can be used by all?
This seminar is targeted for researchers, emergency responders, and others interested in how science is currently and can be incorporated into response efforts. Through panel discussions and case studies, we’ll learn how oil spill response works and new science that can be used to respond to, monitor, and recover from oil spills. This is one of three Responding to oil spills seminars. The other two will focus on nearshore habitats and beaches (Nov – click here) and offshore response techniques.
Click here to see the agenda.
Attend in person – Space is limited so we encourage that you register for this event. Lunch will be provided to registered participants. Please register at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ResponseWetlands.
Attend online – We will be live streaming this seminar. To tune in online, please follow the directions below. If you would like to receive an email reminder, please register at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ResponseWetlands. Registration is not mandatory to watch the streaming feed.
Use this link to logon to the webinar: https://masgc.webex.com/masgc/j.php?MTID=m170805bbf768950ab4d8b24cf0e33cf6
Password (if prompted): oilscience
Webex will prompt you with this call-in number for audio:
Dial-in Number: 1-888-848-0190
Participant Pin: 2966075#
Cover photo: NOAA/ Tom Brosnan