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LISS Launches New Climate Change Website

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The Long Island Sound Study has created a new website to help Long Island Sound residents, educators, and municipal officials learn more about climate change issues that can impact Long Island Sound.

Climate Change in Long Island Sound: A Long Island Sound Resource Guide, at, is divided into four sections:

Besides the four themes the website’s homepage includes a “newsroom” with two climate change newsfeeds, and a list of “hot” links for more climate change information.

The project was initiated by Long Island Sound Study’s Sentinel Monitoring for Climate Change program, and includes representatives from the Connecticut and New York Sea Grant Programs, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, NOAA’s Northeast Fisheries Division, Milford Laboratory, and the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission.

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