Resource for JHU Researchers and Educators Interested in the Chesapeake Bay
Johns Hopkins University is one of six research institutions comprised within the Chesapeake Research Consortium (CRC), a non-profit organization that works to assemble multi-disciplinary expertise to advance research and education to inform improved science-based management of estuarine systems, and their contributing watersheds. CRC also works with state, federal, and private agencies and institutions in joint approaches to solving specific problems of local, regional, national, and international concern.
If you have research or teaching interests that relate to the Chesapeake Bay, E²SHI encourages you to check out the following options:
- Sign up for CRC’s quarterly newsletter. To do so, simply send CRC an email with “CRC subscribe” in the subject line.
- Complete a 5-15 minute survey to help CRC better serve their constituent members.
- Contact Bill Ball, CRC Executive Director, to learn more about the consortium’s work.
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